Royal Zara Phillips is in Auckland supporting research for spinal cord injuries as a patron of the CatWalk Trust. Ms Phillips, Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter, is a keen equestrian and has been invested in the search for a cure for spinal cord injury victims for over a decade. The CatWalk Trust is a fundraising organisation founded by former champion rider Catriona Williams, who became a tetraplegic after a horse riding accident in 2005, dashing her dreams of competing in the Athens Olympics.

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