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Re: [RC] Relative Newbie on LD and Endurance - Marirose Six

Evidently, I misused my keyboard also.
That should've been "LDs are wonderful rides, don't get me wrong....."

On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 11:30 AM, Marirose Six <6mules@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Very good observations, Carey. Some of my experience in starting a young mule with ld had a slightly different effect. She did a season + of ld then moved on to 50's. She too struggled with the longer distance. However, in her case it was because she thought she should've been done at 25. I persisted with her until she realized that each endurance ride could be endless. Lucky 6 Nellie has since completed 5 100's. LDs are wonder rides, don't get em wrong here. I just know that "I" for one misused them as a "training" tool. I now start mules in 50's. BUT, when someday the longer distances become too much for my mules or myself, I'll sure be glad to have the lds.



[RC] Relative Newbie on LD and Endurance, Carey Brock
Re: [RC] Relative Newbie on LD and Endurance, Marirose Six