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Re: RC: Re: Cass at Liberty Run
I didn't write that. I don't know any of the persons involved here.
Someone else (I forget who now) wrote it TO me.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 1999 11:28 AM
Subject: Re: RC: Re: Cass at Liberty Run
> In a message dated 10/14/99 11:52:29 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> << I think Teddy was mean spirited and evil for sending the post she did
> > ridecamp.
> Teddy didn't say a thing about Rita, she said that Valerie, in her opinion
> was stupid to gallop the last 20 miles. Agree or disagree that is
> right. I do think that several people on this ride did the 2 basic no
> let someone else dictate "their" pace and pass up water to keep up or
> And it wasn't just the front three. International competition isn't for
> everyone, if that is what you are interested in, great! I joined AERC
> international, have been a member of USET, doesn't mean that I will ever
> any interest in doing an international ride. Doesn't mean I won't! I
> been present at 2 world championships, and in my opinion, until they get
> more together, I'm not sure I would be interested. At Kansas, the
> committee wouldn't make decisions, and then would change things in the
> of the ride. What was okay one vet check, isn't the next. It was
> frustrating for me as a crew to put up with. Angie McGhee can tell her
> tale of woe from international competition.
> Rita is a wonderful person who loves her horse very much, she
> > would never do anything to hurt him. Cass is a tough, very well
> > and talented horse. I am positive that Rita rode the horse completely
> > within his capablilities. And Rita is right, to make the squad for the
> > Worlds you must show that your horse is fast, sound and competitive,
> > does require top three finishes at 100 mile rides.
> Rita adores her horse. As does Tom. Their horse was stood for BC and
> fine when I saw it the next day. As Rita was walking him. I think, and
> seen, them stay up with the horse if there is the slightest worry. When
> got treated at Biltmore, she never left his side.
> Nina and Goat
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