Twinkle Gorman of Sacramento takes her horse over a jump at a horse show in Indio in 2001. Gorman, who was 66 at the time, won the show while competing against riders a fraction of her age. Gorman died Jan. 12 at 82.
Twinkle Gorman of Sacramento takes her horse over a jump at a horse show in Indio in 2001. Gorman, who was 66 at the time, won the show while competing against riders a fraction of her age. Gorman died Jan. 12 at 82. Gorman family photo
Twinkle Gorman of Sacramento takes her horse over a jump at a horse show in Indio in 2001. Gorman, who was 66 at the time, won the show while competing against riders a fraction of her age. Gorman died Jan. 12 at 82. Gorman family photo

Twinkle Gorman shined brightest aboard a jumping horse

January 21, 2017 8:00 AM

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