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Tumble from a Horse Leads to a New Olympic Career

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Tumble from a Horse Leads to a New Olympic Career

Tumble from a Horse Leads to a New Olympic Career

Tumble from a Horse Leads to a New Olympic Career

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NPR's Tom Goldman takes a look at the Olympic dressage event. Saturday, the United States team won a bronze medal in the event, with the help of a 49-year-old woman who was forced into the sport.

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