Taking to Instagram, the “Cruel Intentions” star shared photographs of the happy reunion.

“Getting back on my horse ❤️ It is what I miss the most about my current abilities or disabilities. But today, we managed to get it together to have a few minutes and I could not stop smiling,” she wrote.

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Although Blair had initially been told that she would be “jumping in a year” when she was first diagnosed, this was not the case.

She continued: “I believe and have always had shame I haven’t pulled through for the rest of us. I will always have MS, I now see. Always. But I am going to learn how to use this body, brain and emotions.”

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Telling fans that she’s “overjoyed” to be riding once again, Blair added: “So back in the saddle it is. Keep finding ways to do things. I have hope. Thank you all.”

Blair was first diagnosed with MS in October 2018, and has since undergone several different treatments and therapy procedures in her efforts to keep her condition under control.