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Re: [RC] does weight really matter? - Dolores Arste

I often travel for work. When I was gone, my ultra-marathoner (non-rider)
husband used to take my 100 mile horse and lead him out to keep him fit. He
ran and I rode the same trails at the same distances. And, at almost the
same times. Not race speed of course but a solid CTR pace. When he'd lead
they went slower because the places that are fast for a horse (uphills) are
not fast for the human and visa versa (downhills). Rocks and bad footing
didn't seem to matter.

Everyone should have a unltramarathoner as a helper :)


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