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AGAINST THE ODDS


EMMAS STORY:


CHARRINGTON TELLS US HER STORY.


EMMA


If you or your horse have faced and overcome an extreme challenge, we want to hear about it. For each story published we will give the author afree year’s subscription. Email your story to news@centralhorsenews.co.uk


EMMA AIMS HERARROW AT DIABETIES


of only three to represent Great Britain at the European Horseback Archery Grand Prix series in Hungary which is taking place between 01-08 August 2018. Emma has been akeen horse


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rider for many years and decided to try out horseback archery after her friend tagged her in aFacebook post from her local club. The sport is growing in popularity with three new clubs opening this year. There are many different disciplines, but for all the aim is hit targets whilst cantering without reins. Emma is aType 1diabetic and manages this with her Medtronic insulin pump. Emma was diagnosed at 11 years old, and before going on to the pump she was having to inject between 8-10 times a


7 year old Emma Cherrington, from Swindon, has recently been selected as one


day. The pump’s features allow her to have greater control over the amount of insulin she needs during different activities; taking her from desk work, to adrenaline filled horseback archery. With Emma excelling in such aunique sport, she is testament to the fact that diabetes doesn’t need to hold you back. She said having the pump has


been a‘genuinely live saving’ experience. Firstly, when she was travelling, she used to travel to the U.S. with work frequently, managing insulin levels and inject times with changing time zones was nearly impossible. This is now, no longer an issue with the pump. The pump also gives her much more flexibility with her exercise / diet plans as the insulin is short- acting (rather than long acting) it does not require as much forward planning. She can easily alter levels if she decides to exercise or alters


the intensity of the exercise. Emma also has two young


children: ason who is 5and her daughter, 9, is akeen horse rider and is just getting into horseback archery too. Although, T1 diabetes does have some genetic components (a genetic predisposition to the virus which can lead to T1 diabetes) neither of Emma’s children have diabetes, nor do any of her family have a history of diabetes. However, she noted that she had difficulties with insulin management during both her pregnancies. Emma is the Head of Sales


and Marketing Relations for a software company which specialises in management solutions for retail companies. Diabetes has not affected her


sight, however she does wear permanent contact lenses and has more regular check-ups as aresult of her condition.


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