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Re: Re: simipathy or butt kick
Though horses may not understand, they certainly are more forgiving us our
errors than we are ourselves.
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> From: Nancy Mitts <email@example.com>
> To: Howard4567@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RC: Re: simipathy or butt kick
> Date: Friday, March 24, 2000 5:42 PM
> >From: Howard4567@aol.com
> Another person on
> >RC wrote to me privately and thought I made the whole story up to get
> >attention or mess with riders' heads or whatever.
> Well Howard,
> Remember back to your first couple stories. The people that raised a fuss
> over some things you said were practically laughed off ridecamp for
> you "too seriously". You were just a storyteller prone to stretching the
> truth. Your last experience was so much a textbook case of how fast
> can go south, you can't blame some of us for being skeptical. (And no,
> ridecampers, I was not either of the posters referred to in Howard's last
> I know from experience horses can get in trouble even when you are trying
> be careful, so you get my sympathy. I think you've also done your own
> I hope your story gets through to the people who think it can't happen to
> them. Those of us who have seen this story played out over & over & over
> very frustrated that our past experiences don't seem to sink in to
> There are warning scenarios you can watch out for, even if your horse
> Have a good cry with your horse. He'll understand.
> Ride in Peace.
> Nancy Mitts
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