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Be prepared to be intimidated even more. I have been
riding horse since I was 5 and trained my first horse when
I was 13. I have been working with horses since. I also
read a lot and I thought I knew a lot about the raising and
working with horses. Well, being on this list has made me
realize how little I actually knew. I have been enjoying the
wealth of information that is present here and have been
learning a lot.
Welcome to the list! Endurance riding is a lot more fun and
more of a challenge then pleasure riding. The endurance net
web site is a good source of basic information. There is a
riding manual there by AERC. There is also the archives.
Scott D Johnson wrote:
> I just subscribed to this list yesterday. I am interested in
> endurance riding- just short novice rides and thought I'd lurk around here
> and see what I can learn. I must say I'm a bit intimidated already!! My
> horse has never tyed up before. She's a Standardbred that raced years ago.
> I've had her for 4 years and just pleasure ride. When we go on the trails
> she goes and goes and never seems to tire. That's what gave me the idea
> of trying a little endurance with her. Maybe this is more than I am
> looking for. I will continue to read the posts and am looking for a good
> book on the basics. Happy Trails
> Dede and Boogie Blues in Central CA
- Re: yikes!
- From: VMAXEPT Roger Rittenhouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: Scott D Johnson <email@example.com>
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