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High Heels and Horses

Emma Cahill dreamed of representing Ireland in Showjumping at the Olympics. In 2011, she suffered a life changing accident and became paralysed from the waist down. Emma dreamed of a return to riding horses and of dancing again in high heels. (2016)

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