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Re: Re: The horse that hit Jim Oury (to Anna & Joe)
So perhaps we should contact Doyle Patrick about this (actually Jerry
Fruth's suggestion to me when I commented a similar thing to him about EN)?
Perhaps they could publish people's ride stories? :) Really though, I
would like to see more articles about the very things (endurance related)
that we discuss on ridecamp. Hoof care, nutrition, what to do about
scratches, the joys of feeding beet pulp (or whatever your favorite secret
ingredient is), etc. I like the ride results (who doesn't like to see
their name in print even if it is only for completion?). But MORE
INFORMATIVE ARTICLES PLEASE, DOYLE!
> From: DreamWeaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Subject: RC: Re: The horse that hit Jim Oury (to Anna & Joe)
> Date: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 11:48 AM
> At 07:53 AM 10/06/1999 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >THere are not 40 people (10 each weight div) really running for awards
> >division. I'd rather see EN drop the placings for every single ride and
> >more articles myself. Or drop ride placings from the yearbook and lets
> >pictures of horses that make it to 5000 and 7000 miles instead of these
> >horses only getting the 3000 mile picture. I'm not so interested in
> >ride placings as to want them all twice personally.
> It's funny, I was just thinking about that the other day. I know that
> people read EN for the ride results. I am constantly amazed at how many
> people never read the actual content of what is EN. Probably a lot of
> people on Ridecamp do, but that's cuz those are the type of people that
> like to read things (that's why you're on here). But I do know that most
> of my friends (blond or not.....) tend to look at their EN for the ride
> results and nothing else.
> I'd like to see more articles and stories myself, but I can't imagine
> dropping the ride results....that's the main purpose of EN and the AERC,
> isn't it? To tally up and record everybody's rides and the results?
> Happy Trails,
> in NV
> & Rocky, 2,010
> & Weaver, 3,155 miles
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