Riding for the Disabled...

Bend The LightBend The Light Bend The LightPosts: 1,887Registered Users Major grins
edited February 24, 2012 in Other Cool Shots
My daughter, nearly 3, went for her assessment at Barnsley Riding for the Disabled this morning. She loved it! We were expecting her to be a little difficult as she doesn't like to feel "insecure", but it was great!

I, being me, obviously took the camera along...:)

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Ready for Horse Riding by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr

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Horse riding Annie by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr

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Riding on Whispers at Riding for the Disabled by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr

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Annie with helper at Horse Riding for the Disabled by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr

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Annie on Whispers by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr

And "Thank you Whispers" at the end...

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Annie meets Whispers by http://bendthelight.me.uk, on Flickr

Comments

  • SnowgirlSnowgirl Major grins Posts: 2,155Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 24, 2012
    This will be SO wonderful for your daughter. Therapeutic riding is HUGE for adults and children with a wide range of challenges - physical and mental. There's one lady that was an Olympic dressage competitor who was badly injured in an accident and is now participating in a therapeutic riding program in hopes of regaining at least some of her strength and skills. I hope your daughter truly enjoys it - horses are the best therapists in the world! Go Annie!
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  • Bend The LightBend The Light Bend The Light Posts: 1,887Registered Users Major grins
    edited February 24, 2012
    Snowgirl wrote: »
    This will be SO wonderful for your daughter. Therapeutic riding is HUGE for adults and children with a wide range of challenges - physical and mental. There's one lady that was an Olympic dressage competitor who was badly injured in an accident and is now participating in a therapeutic riding program in hopes of regaining at least some of her strength and skills. I hope your daughter truly enjoys it - horses are the best therapists in the world! Go Annie!

    Thank you. I have never had a lot of time for horses, but I can see quite clearly how this will help Annie. So I am extremely proud to have her do it. :)

    Cheers
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