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Sonora Webster Carver (February 2nd, 1904 - September 20th, 2003) was an American horse rider from Georgia. At her mother's insistence, she began horse diving and notably became one of the first female horse divers. Even after she lost her eyesight, she continued to dive horses from high heights into water. She wrote a book called A Girl and Five Brave Horses, and the movie "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" is about her.