'Nip/Tuck' Actress Says Christopher Reeve's Horse-Jumping Accident Was His Own Fault
Carlson tells PageSix.com, "OK, this is going to offend people, I love Christopher Reeve but it (the accident) was more his fault. When you're jumping a horse, 99.9 percent of the time it's your fault.
"You never take a horse over a fence unless your horse is totally trained to do it, and you have a relationship with the horse. It's all about trust. Chris probably wasn't sitting right in the saddle. That's the only reason why you fall off."
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