By Good News Network Wednesday, August 22, 2012
If you were born prematurely at 29 weeks with congenital cerebral palsy and motor function impairment, what would you be doing when you reached your teens?
From the age of five, Natasha Tse has used therapeutic riding to re-invent herself as an athlete.
She put all the problems and operations behind her and learned to ride a horse, working so hard that she earned Hong Kong a place in the London Paralympics equestrian dressage competition this week.
(READ the story from the Hong Kong Standard)
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