Getting Back in the Saddle with Lily Rhodes

Lily Rhodes has grown up with horses since she was a little girl and has since dabbled in dressage, hunters, and more. After losing her arm in an ATV accident at the age of 14, Lily continued her love for riding as a Para Dressage rider and is now on the equestrian team for the University of Lynchburg, IHSA Zone 4, Region 2. Listen in as Lily shares her story and breakthrough to getting back in the saddle.

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  1. Mary Ann Kissner
    May 11, 2021 / 3:39 pm

    Good Morning Miss Lily Rhodes. One of the ladies I ride with was talking about you and I had to look you up. What a woman and am very impressed and encouraged by you. I am 80 years old and competed in the Angelstone silver tournaments last summer with my 17 year old Arab mare. It was amazing and over whelming. We did well for an old lady. We are training for this summer at Angelstone again and maybe jumping the 2 foot class. You certainly are an inspiration for any rider. I RODE dressage for five years with my first horse.

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