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Saturday, August 1, 2015

adventure gene of Michael Schumacher - wife and daughter ride horses !!

Accidents are unfortunate and sometimes the path to recovery drain people of their wealth ~  life turned turtle on that fateful day for the champion driver. 

Michael  Schumacher was holidaying with family and friends in Meribel, France when the accident happened in December 2013.  Schumacher, a very competent skier, was holidaying in  France, where he owns a chalet.  He was skiing with his 14-year-old son; was not skiing fast but  lost control and catapulted 34 feet on to another rock. He smashed his head on the bolder. The force of the collision shattered his helmet. He underwent brain surgery at a Grenoble clinic in France and was then put in a medically induced coma. In April, his health condition improved. 254 days since smashing his head on to rocks in a freak ski accident in the Swiss Alp, he made it home making his wife Corinna, 45, and children Mick, 15, and Gina-Maria, 17, ecstatic.  More than the medicine and treatment, it was  faith and optimism too  ....... wife   Corrina and family steadfastly stood by Schumacher and is quoted to be  happy at the progress he has made so far and optimistic that much more can be achieved.

Days after came reports that Corinna Schumacher had decided to sell the private jet once regularly used by them.   Then came the news Schumacher selling  Norwegian mountain holiday home for £2million as he continues to recover from his horrific ski injuries.  The sale of the retreat, in Trysil, north of Oslo,  came after it was revealed  that his family was planning to build a £10million 'hospital' room for the Formula One star at their home in Switzerland.

The adventure runs in the gene. Michael Schumacher's 15-year-old son was to  follow  his father's footsteps after he signed a deal to compete in the Formula 4 series, which nurtures young talents. Mick Schumacher was snapped up by the Netherlands' Van Amersfoort Racing team after he finished second in the world, European and German kart championships last season.

Elsewhere, Michael Schumacher's wife and daughter put on a brave face to enjoy themselves at horse show as he continues recovery battle - Wife and daughter of stricken Formula One legend Michael Schumacher have been pictured at horse show contest.  Gina Schumacher, 17, collected gold in the individual and team categories at European young riders competition.  The daughter of stricken Formula One legend Michael Schumacher has been following in her father's footsteps by blowing away the competition - but the 17-year-old is more into horses than horsepower.

Gina was victorious at the FEI European Reining Championships for Juniors and Young Riders 2015 contest, held at the CS Ranch, Switzerland,  owned by Corinna, which attracted 46 riders from nine countries. Italy had been looking for a fifth consecutive victory in the Junior Team event but it was Schumacher's daughter who clinched victory for Germany.

She also won a gold medal in the individual competition, saying afterwards: 'My horse was great for me once again, and I am thrilled with this second gold medal!.Schumacher’s  wifeCorinna was also pictured riding her horse at the event.

Since being transferred to the medical suite built into his home, a news blackout has fallen over his condition, but insiders report he remains mute and unable to move.The Schumachers appeared at the horse show on the same weekend as the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. In a rain-hit race it was world champion Lewis Hamilton who took the chequered flag ahead of Mercedes teammate and title rival NicoRosberg.

With regards – S. Sampathkumar

27th July 2015.

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