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[RC] Challenges of conditioning a rescue - Jannelle Wilde & Adam Falk


Hey, I have to say I had NO idea who it was saving the horse.  And I =
really
didn=92t want to hear the opinions and ugly parts.  Yes, some rescues =
are
zealots because of what they=92ve seen.  And I=92m sure that they =
don=92t often
make it easy for someone pursuing one of their rescues.  And there are =
some
rescues that shouldn=92t be done.  But that=92s a topic for another =
list:-)


BUT that being said, I think it=92s awesome that you were able to take =
two
rescues and make them endurance horses.  Maybe you could tell us what
particular challenges you faced in rehabilitating the horses and then
conditioning them.  Was there anything in their particular make-up =
because
of the hard times that made it more difficult to train and condition?


Jannelle




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