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RE: [RC] Virginia Highlands Endurance ride - Christina McCarthy

Sandra is an excellent rider who is very sensitive to the horse she is riding...I would recommend her to ride anyone's horse...including my own..

Best Regards,
Christina D McCarthy

American Riding Instructors Association
ARICP Certified, Level II Distance & Pleasure Riding
If your horse says no, you either asked the wrong question, or asked the question wrong.  ~Pat Parelli

Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 19:11:25 -0400
Subject: [RC] Virginia Highlands Endurance ride
From: sandra.fretelliere@xxxxxxxxx
To: don_meuten@xxxxxxxx; nickiyoung@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx; ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

This ride looks like too much fun to be missed.

I would love to come and ride, I would take my mare but I'm going to Rhodes Island and do the 2 days 100 with her the week before so she will have some deserved rest.

I have completed 13 50s out of 15, completed 1 75 miles and just completed my 1st 100 in Vermont 2 weeks ago.

I would ride the horse ride and willing to ride at the pace the owner wants me to (in consideration of the horse fitness).

I can ride both days. Probably will arrive thursday late at night (work).

I'm 32 years old, 5'3 and 117lbs and been riding since i'm 9.

Here is my AERC records:

you can contact me at sandra dot fretelliere @ gmail dot com

"On the back of a horse I feel whole, complete, connected to that vital place in the center of me…
and the chaos within me finds balance"

Know a person with time;
know a horse with distance.

[RC] Virginia Highlands Endurance ride, sandra