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24 Nov, 2011 03:25 PM
The Red Range Sports Ground was graced with the presence of one of the biggest stars the sport of endurance riding has to offer on the weekend.
Four time Australian champion and 10 time national rider of the year, Margaret “Meg” Wade was in town for the Red Range Federation Equestrian Internationale (FEI) annual event.
Meg was undoubtedly one of the top endurance riders in Australia and throughout the world before a tragic accident cut short her competitive career two years ago.
While riding in an event in Tumbarumba during Easter in 2009, Meg fell from her horse only 10km from the finish line and as a result suffered traumatic brain injuries.
She was placed in an induced coma for three weeks and lost around three months worth of her memory.
Meg was kept in hospital for almost a year, so her condition could be monitored as well as to start her rehabilitation.
For the next year, she had to travel from her home just south of the NSW border to Albury two nights a week for rehabilitation.
But her persistence and commitment to rehabilitation eventually paid off and she had her first post accident horse ride in November 2010...
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