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RE: [RC] so what, after all those years and all those finish lines, made the difference? - Ranelle Rubin

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I believe Dynamite supplements and all the high quality grass hay they want (some alfalfa and oat hay too, but at least 50% grass hay) has made great horses here!
 
Ranelle
 
 
 

What we truly and earnestly aspire to be, that in some sense we are. The mere aspiration, by changing the frame of mind, for the moment realizes itself.

Anna Jameson

 
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Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 11:18 PM
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Subject: [RC] so what, after all those years and all those finish lines, made the difference?

 
Hi Everyone,
 
As I read all the posts of all these wonderful horses who have done so incredibly well in race after race after race, I would love to know: What do you attribute --  in terms of your own horsekeeping skills --  at least some of your success to in endurance?
 
I'm not talking luck or "good genes" or the fact that your horse was truly one-of-a-kind.
 
I'm talking, after all those years and all those finish lines, what do you thank yourself for doing for your horse that you just know made a difference? (Even if someone else may have scoffed at your assertion.)
 
Lori