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On Tue, 19 May 1998, Karen Steenhof wrote:
> I also suggested they save space by not listing horses who have not reached
> 1000 miles. When I enrolled my first horse in the program, it was with the
> understanding that the horse's name would appear in the yearbook only when
> it reached 1000 miles and every year thereafter. There are so many horses
> with 50-200 miles listed now, that the print is too hard to read! (OK, I'm
> getting older too).
I LIKE the fact that every horse that has ever completed an endurance ride
has its name and mileage printed in the yearbook...and riders too.
For several reasons, one being that even your first endurance ride is an
accomplishment, and the other is it is a great place for me to go to look
to see if somebody is bullshitting me when they tell me that they ride
endurance or that their horse is an endurance horse...you'd be surprised
at the number of people who do this.
And it would prefer to not have to go back and look through all my old
copies of the endurance news and the old yearbooks to find out if it is
I consider this to be one of the best features of the yearbook. They
could leave out everything except for the lifetime mileage and the
ride results and I would be happy.
Orange County, Calif.
- Re: Yearbook
- From: "Karen Steenhof" <email@example.com>
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