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    Re: [RC] Digestible Energy (DE) vs Protein - Becky Huffman

    hehehehehe, I'll explain in glowing terms how well my horses eat and pee
    when explaining what great endurance prospects my babies are...  you can
    tell something about the riding experience and background of the listener by
    their smile and nod of approval or look of total confusion!! <BG>
    Becky Huffman, Cleburne, Texas
    "Good and Ill have not changed since yesteryear; nor are they one thing
    among Elves and Dwarves and another among Men. "
    -Aragorn, son of Arathorn
    ----- Original Message ----- > >Just one more of those parameters where the
    little >horses adapted
    > >to tough conditions, developing the capacity to eat when >it was
    available,> mayhaps...
    > I do also agree that it seems to be familial, or at least is a consistent
    > trait in successful (long term) distance horses.  Granted, I'm biased, but
    > if any asked me for the traits to look for in a good endurance prospect,
    > high on my list would be the ability and willingness to eat like a pig in
    > the midst of cannon fire.
    > Susan G
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    Re: [RC] Digestible Energy (DE) vs Protein, Kristene Smuts
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    Re: [RC] Digestible Energy (DE) vs Protein, Susan Garlinghouse