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Thanks for the tips

To all who have given freely of your advice and experience at top 10...THANK YOU!  This makes for wonderful reading and planning.

I've ridden in this sport for15 years now and still am learning.  While I've finished in the top 10 many a time, I can always do things to finish with a better horse.

Once you have a good, solid base on your horse, how often/how long each week do you condition?  If you are a trainer or don't work out of your home/barn, BE QUIET! <G>  I work all day and am tired by the end. <whine>  It takes all I've got to change clothes and go ride. <whine>  Plus, in the winter when days are short, that leaves very little if any day light to ride with. <whine>  OK...share with me your "kick in the butt" attitude that gets you back out and riding when you'd rather <wine>! get it?

Thanks so much!

Susan Young Casey
Glenndale Grace Farm
Ft Gibson, Oklahoma U.S.A.

"Ride on! Rough-shod if need be, smooth-shod if that will do, but ride on! Ride on over all obstacles,
and win the race!" - Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

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