Paralysed rider hopes for place in Rio Paralympics
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Paralysed Cornwall rider Suzanna Hext in Rio Paralympics hope

A horserider who was paralysed in an accident four years ago has been longlisted for the Rio Paralympics.

Suzanna Hext, from Cornwall, has a bionic implant in her spine and spent a year and a half in a wheelchair.

But two years ago, she started riding again and now hopes to be picked for the UK dressage team.

  • 06 Jul 2016
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