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[RC] 100 Milers - William Rice

As a total "newbie" I for one am committed to riding a 100 but only when my 
horse and my rear can both be comfortable trying the task <bg>. I think there 
are a lot of folks out there that also want to do a 100 but they just don't 
know it yet.  Perhaps more mentoring may be the key and I don't mean hand 
holding but more of the come on and tag along with me variety?  To me the 25 
and 50's are going to be a lot of fun but they are also a step in the path to 
the 100.  Just as many ultrarunners progressively move up in distance I think 
perhaps endurance riders may do the same thing, at least that is my hope.  So 
please keep encouraging others to try the distance, as I for one plan on being 
there in the near future.
As an aside how do you train in the winter--especially on days like today when 
it is well below zero with the wind chill.  My appy thinks perhaps hay munching 
is training and I cannot seem to convince him otherwise.
A 100 wannabe here in Maine.

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