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Byline: Michael Sun
NOOR Ilyana Ahmad Rafidzi's passion is horse riding and at age 17, she is determined to pursue a career as a trainer in the principles of dressage - an equestrian sport in the Olympic Games.
She aims to fly to the coastal resort of Warrnambool in Victoria, Australia, stay for two months to work and learn horse riding at a summer stable to be determined by the Malaysian Equine Council (also known as its Malay acronym MEM).
"I intend to take this opportunity to enrol on courses and enter competitions to gain the experience," says Noor Ilyana.
The object of the dressage is for the rider to hone a horse to execute regularity of …