Ron Quinton gets up and trains his horses every morning, every day of the year. He’s not that young anymore, he’s entitled to hang up the bridle and retire, but he loves it too much.
He’s lucky because he’s in good health and he touches wood everyday that things stay that way. He shows his gratitude for his good health by extending his hand to help those less fortunate.
With horses there are farms in country Australia. Health care is being stripped from Australia’s country folk. The hard work of institutions and individuals that work on bringing care for Parkinson’s sufferers in the country is being eroded by the Government by cutting finds to professionals like rural nurses leaving people to fend for themselves.