3 We now know Natasha is the daughter of city councilman Ray Holt. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office tells us she jumped onto the horse without a saddle or a helmet. They say Natasha slid off the horse...and hit her head on a tree. The accident happened last night along Nathan Hale Road, that's close to the Jacksonville Equestrian Center. Channel 4's Ashley Harding spoke with a family friend today. Ashley, her loved ones say these next few days are crucial. 3 3 Well, she goes by Tasha, and yes, these next few days will be very crucial. The family friend I spoke with says Tasha always wore a helmet and her parents made sure of that. But this was the ONE time when she didn't have one on, and last night JSO, called this a freak accident. Family and friends are asking the community for prayers and support. 3 13-2036-44"in the twinkling of an eye, something bad happened."TRACK Stephanie Stalvey is still reeling from the shock after her neighbor, 11-year old Tasha Holt, fell from a horse and hit her head on a tree. She's now fighting for her life in critical condition."they've gone in and they're monitoring the pressure in her brain.She's stable, all signs are encouraging."TRACK The accident occurred last night around 6:00 on Nathan Hale Road.Stalvey says this happened after a long day of riding and says during the confusion of everybody getting ready to leave , Tasha jumped onto a friend's horse, which WASN'T wearing a saddle. Natasha was first taken to UF Health Jacksonville but has since been brought here to Wolfson Children's Hospital. Those who love her say she's grown up around horses and ALWAYS wore a helmet. But they say this was the ONE TIME when she didn't have one on."We also spoke with Jacksonville police about the current laws. They say the rules on the books show: --that horseback riders 16 and under must wear a helmet if they're riding on public trails and roads.--this isn't the case with private propertyTRACK Stalvey describes Tasha as a kind, loving little girl who ADORES dolphins, who dreams of one day training them, and opening a sea life rehabilitation center.Her family and friends say when it comes to her recovery, these next few days will count, and they need the community's support in keeping her spirit strong."we just hope and pray that this is a case where good will come of it. And there will be blessings and her life will be better and longer for it." That woman I spoke with says during these next few days, Tasha will need a lot of encourage to pull through. They're asking that if anyone wants to send a get well card, that it have a dolphin on it. Again, she is very passionate about them."