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I live with my family in the gorgeous Hawkesbury region of New South Wales, Australia.

My disabilities are a result of Meningococcal Septicemia Meningitis which I contracted in October 1994 at 14 months of age.
I started riding horses when I was 8 years old at Riding for the Disabled and my first horse, Michadot (Mikey), was sponsored by the Violet Foundation in 2009. I have had many successes with Mikey and have grown a great friendship with him but unfortunately he is getting older and to be competitive nationally and internationally, a bigger and more educated horse is needed.
I started competing on a beautiful Arabian gelding called 'Arabesque Karim' in April 2012 and have been going from strength to strength together. Since then a younger warmblood mare called Charlie, has been purchased for me by Keeping Count , whom I have been training every day, along with my coach Judy Fasher!
We have started competing with great success! Take a look at the events page for more details!





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Danielle Weymark (Interview) [HD]
An interview of 18 year old Danielle Weymark, a meningoccocal survivor who dreams of riding for Australia in the paralympic games.Please check out her youtube channel, to see some videos she makes...







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