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EQ Life October magazine: The 'Blind Chick' rides again

Sue-Ellen Lovett and her 18.3 hand Warmblood, Johno. © 2CPhotography

Sue-Ellen Lovett and her 18.3 hand Warmblood, Johno.

© 2CPhotography


The 'Blind Chick' rides again

By Adele Severs

It’s been a year of ups and downs for Sue-Ellen Lovett; she not only lost her beloved horse, Johno, to a degenerative disease, but has also had to regain her confidence in the saddle. However, always one to focus her mind on the light at the end of the tunnel, she’s continuing on with her equestrian journey.

Sue-Ellen Lovett needs little introduction to the Australian equestrian community. The two-time Paralympian, Grand Prix-level dressage rider and motivational speaker is widely known for her success in the saddle, her charity work — she’s completed an incredible 10 long-distance rides, covering 16,000km and raising a phenomenal $3.2 million — and via her popular social media account and published work that details her adventures with gentle giant Johno...


Read the full article in the October issue of Equestrian Life magazine here.




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