One of my ASL professors was Deaf and owns horses. We never got to really talking horses (I had her for ASL101 and well...I didn't know enough to say much more than "I have a horse too!" ) but she was all the time telling the class about shows she went to and such.
Oh wow I'm surprised at how many of you know deaf people with horses.
My barn owner is losing her hearing and I taught her the abcs and little signs. We have our own home signs when she gives me lessons and she really can pitch her voice (think drill sergeant).
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