Bettina Eistel is a German dressage rider.
She was born without arms and has since learned to use her feet and her mouth to teach herself a number of things – including riding dressage.
Eistel has won a number of medals at the most prestigious equestrian events, including the 2004 Paralympics in Athens.
Her horse is named Fabuleux 5, and they’ve been a team for most of Eistel’s career.
Eistel takes care of Fabuleux 5 just like we would; the washes, brushes, feeds and trains her horse daily, though she does it all with her feet.
When riding, Eistel holds the reigns in her mouth and with her feet, a combination that had lead her to worldwide victory and success.
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How Much Does It Cost to Build Saleyards?
Saleyards are generally quite large projects in terms of their scope. They usually range from 64m x 22m up to larger saleyards that cover over 203m x 140m.
The average cost to build saleyards is $453,900. This would cover a project approximately 121m x 51m.
To view some of the saleyards we’re built in the past, take a look at the photos and video below: