This photo released by Good Morning America, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, shows Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, left, standing with Lord Ludger and his rider Rebecca Hart on the set of the television show in New York. Romney said Wednesday that her love of horses helped her overcome her fear that multiple sclerosis would put her in a wheelchair. She was guest hosting ABC's "Good Morning America" when she spoke about her depression after receiving the diagnosis 14 years ago. Hart recently won the USEF National Para-Equestrian Championship. (AP Photo/ABC, Ida Mae Astute)

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This photo released by Good Morning America, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, shows Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, left, standing with Lord Ludger and his rider Rebecca Hart on the set of the television show in New York. Romney said Wednesday that her love of horses helped her overcome her fear that multiple sclerosis would put her in a wheelchair. She was guest hosting ABC's "Good Morning America" when she spoke about her depression after receiving the diagnosis 14 years ago. Hart recently won the USEF National Para-Equestrian Championship. (AP Photo/ABC, Ida Mae Astute)
This photo released by Good Morning America, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, shows Ann Romney, wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, left, standing with Lord Ludger and his rider Rebecca Hart on the set of the television show in New York. Romney said Wednesday that her love of horses helped her overcome her fear that multiple sclerosis would put her in a wheelchair. She was guest hosting ABC's "Good Morning America" when she spoke about her depression after receiving the diagnosis 14 years ago. Hart recently won the USEF National Para-Equestrian Championship. (AP Photo/ABC, Ida Mae Astute)
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