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20 May 2014
Alison Higgins almost gave up riding after losing the horse she took to the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.
But the 45-year-old sheep and beef farmer from Nelson, who also breeds horses, is back in the saddle and has been selected in the New Zealand endurance team to compete at the 2014 edition in France.
Higgins lost her horse Twynham El Omar at the 2013 national championships.
"I would have loved to take him to another WEG," said Higgins.
"When I lost him I didn't think I would ever sit on another horse again."
It took her four months to get back into riding, and she struggled in many ways.
But Northwinds Apollo (owned by Chris King) has given her a new lease on life...
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