Don’t Call Them Disabled


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Able-bodied or disabled? Hard to tell, isn't it? This is Grade IV Paralympic dressage rider Sophie Wells of Great Britain. Photo by FEI/Liz Gregg. 

Do I feel sorry for a person with a limp, a missing limb, or some other physical challenge? Yeah, I do — until that person climbs in the saddle and proceeds to kick my able-bodied dressage-riding butt

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