Report by Horse & Hound A British para rider kept a cool head when she accidentally jumped a 1.50m fence in a 90cm class. Evie Toombes was riding as part of the British contingent at Pferd International München on 12 and 13 May. The 16-year-old was enjoying a successful show, finishing third in a class on the first day of competition aboard her...
' EDUCATION.NOT.DISCRIMINATION ' WITH HELP FROM WELLSPECT HEALTHCARE TO ' E.N.D' JUDGEMENT ON HIDDEN DISABILITY As I've grown up I've become more involved with educating schools/societies on hidden disabilities.It's something I love doing and came about because I decided to 'come out' about my hidden disabilities (lower leg,bladder & bowel prob...
For furture updates on the Evie Toombes Foundations follow here Following an intense year of planning whilst Evie's health has declined- the launch of ETF will raise funds towards purchasing, maintaining & running a medical facility/horsebox. The reality is – 16yr old Evie cannot manage her complex medical issues away from home without com...
Report Skegness Standard A showjumping teenager from Skegness with a hidden disability has been inspiring others with her courage, determination and positivity. Evie Toombes, 16, was born with spina bifida which affects her lower legs, bladder and bowel. She also has a condition called gastroparesis which results with her having to be tube fed as h...