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It is important for Ellie to bond with her horse, but also for the horse to bond with Ellie'. It was the happiest I'd seen her for a long time and I was so glad. Ellie now makes time to ride her horse, Mollie, at least three times a week and also enjoys swimming and cooking. It is important for Ellie to bond with her horse, but also for the horse to bond with Ellie. Ellie's mother, Ms Dunnaway pictured with Ellie said: 'I never discourage her from doing anything - I firmly believe she can do whatever she wants to'.
Ellie pictured on holiday at the age of six now helps raise awareness of meningitis. If she drops something then she drops it- it isn't an issue. Early warning signs of bacterial meningitis - the more serious form - include pain in the muscles, joints or limbs, unusually cold hand and feet, shivering and pale or blotchy skin. The next symptoms to develop are often a severe headache, fever, nausea, vomiting and feeling generally unwell. As the condition develops the patient may suffer drowsiness, confusion, fits, a fear of bright lights, a stiff neck, fast breathing and a blotchy red rash that does not fade when a glass is pressed against it.
In babies and young children the symptoms include being floppy and unresponsive, becoming irritable and not wanting to be held, unusual crying, vomiting, pale and blotchy skin, loss of appetite, a staring expression and being very sleepy. Teenager who lost both legs and an arm to meningitis returns to horse riding - and now hopes to make the Paralympics Ellie Bishop was diagnosed with meningitis and septicaemia when she was five after developing sickness, a high temperature and a blotchy rash Her parents were told she was just 30 minutes from death Had to have her legs, one arm and part of her remaining hand amputated She has now returned to horse riding using a specially modified saddle By Emma Innes Published: BST, 9 December Updated: BST, 9 December e-mail 40 View comments.
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Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Overview Ever wondered what it might be like to own a horse, not just back it with a pony on the nose - own it? Stan Hey did. A veteran of the windswept racecourses of National Hunt he finally decided to stop betting on other people's horses and join the inner circle. With the growth of partnerships and syndicates this has become increasingly possible so four horses, two trainers, and a few thousand pounds later Stan Hey had this story to tell.
An Arm and Four Legs is his honest account of the pitfalls of racehorse ownership.
Its fierce disappointments, escalating costs, skulduggery and deceit are set alongside the intense pleasure offered by an afternoon spent at the track, drinking, betting and chatting to your trainer while the rest of the world has its feet tucked under a desk. Product Details About the Author. He was born in Liverpool and was educated there and at St. He now lives in Wiltshire, so he can be close to Wincanton and Cheltenham racecourses.