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Re: Dance Line
I think that most people that have been endurance riding for some time have
had something like this happen, Liz. I certainly never said I was above
bad things happening to me or my horses. Sometimes they happen for no
apparent reason -- but sometimes the rider made an error along the way.
And I was never flaming, Howard. We've all made mistakes in this sport (in
regards to our horses), I'm SURE. Howard just went through one of his
(mistakes) -- and he chose to share his story so that he wasn't the only
one who could learn from it. And that's great.
> From: Liz Newfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: RC: Dance Line
> Date: Thursday, March 23, 2000 2:02 AM
> I recently had an experience not very different from Howard's. I was
> fortunate that my horse didn't get as sick but it did take him several
> to recover. He is a 9 year old horse that is well condiditioned. About
> miles of easy riding up a road that he has traveled many times he had a
> major tie up, had to be rescued with a trailer (I count my blessings that
> he was accessable) and rushed to the vet for treatment. Why? We don't
> know, though there are certainly enough theories. Sometimes it just
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