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[RC] against change the pulse time down - terre

But this always raises the question: what did you do in the vet checks DURING the ride, and why is the finish any different?


I am one that always needs the 60 min to get my horse settled down. =

> He is heavy muscled and I am a big heavyweight, and he was a type A stallion. With the 60 min I can come into camp, un-tack, cool him down, give him a couple bites of hay or feed, and get myself a > drink, along with him. If you change the time to 30 min, all it will do to me is cause me to have to hold my horse out on the trail just the other side of the finish line, where we have no food, no water or no vets. I will have to stay out there till I am sure he can get down in 30 min.


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