St. Todd DeCubville Strikes Again for Special Equestrians

Our oldest daughter had a brain aneurysm in 1997.

Since then, she has a a crapload of brain and spinal surgeries to fix things. As a result of all that stuff she has memory and balance deficiencies.

Part of her therapy for balance is to ride horsies!
Here’s a video St. Todd DeCubville made about the Special Equestrians of Fort Myers for a special event.

Bulbous is the woman in the red shirt.

Breaking News: She is Adult Rider of the Year.

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St. Todd DeCubville Strikes Again for Special Equestrians — 4 Comments

  1. No wonder your daughter’s 40th birthday was so special! I read all her blog posts on the link provided. She’s one tough lady and her husband must be a peach of a guy.

    My daughter gives riding lessons to a little girl with cerebral palsy. She says of all her students, she enjoys that little girl the most because of the joy on her face and the sense of freedom it gives her while on the horse .
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  2. @Catch Her: She’s hasn’t updated that link in a while, so there is more.
    You got it: tough and married to a saint. (Even though he doesn’t read my blog.)

  3. How amazing is that? I’m dying to get Laughingboy up on a horse, his head control isn’t the mae west yet, but by jove I’ll get him up there someday.
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