Anne Cecilie Ore, a para-dressage rider from Norway who is blind, realized her dream of riding a reining horse while she was in Kentucky competing in the World Equestrian Games. 
Ore got a lesson from Lyndsey Jordan, 22, a two-time world reining champion, and Blazin, a 10-year-old quarter horse, at Jordan's parents' farm near Georgetown.
Anne Cecilie Ore, a para-dressage rider from Norway who is blind, realized her dream of riding a reining horse while she was in Kentucky competing in the World Equestrian Games. Ore got a lesson from Lyndsey Jordan, 22, a two-time world reining champion, and Blazin, a 10-year-old quarter horse, at Jordan's parents' farm near Georgetown.
Anne Cecilie Ore, a para-dressage rider from Norway who is blind, realized her dream of riding a reining horse while she was in Kentucky competing in the World Equestrian Games. Ore got a lesson from Lyndsey Jordan, 22, a two-time world reining champion, and Blazin, a 10-year-old quarter horse, at Jordan's parents' farm near Georgetown.

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October 10, 2010 12:00 AM

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