The father of a Long Island girl killed when she was flung from a horse is on a quest to bring about life-saving legislation. Nicole Hornstein was riding with a trainer when she was tossed from her horse's back and onto the pavement. She was not wearing a helmet, and died after 20 days in a coma. Spurred by his daughter's death, Gary Hornstein began a three-year journey to get a law passed to mandate...

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