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Endurance Day for January 12, 2016

Karen on Chief and Julie on Aubie. Photo by Lisa Peck.

We had a fun morning talking about everything related to the Rose Parade and the AERC Parade Riders.  Guests were riders Julie Suhr and Shelley Child and the Equestrian Chair from the Tournament of Roses Parade Ellen Swaggerty.

Click here to listen!

Here is the link to our group photographer, Lisa Peck.

 

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If you do not enjoy the training, forget this sport. It’s not for you. But if you enjoy the preparation, you have found your niche.

Karen and Weaver going over Cougar Rock

Karen and Weaver going over Cougar Rock. One of my favorite photos of Weaver!

Tevis is fast approaching, just a few more days!

I thought I would share some great gems of info from the Tevis website.

First of all, who do you think said the quote in the heading of this blog post?

I’m sure some of you got it right – it was none other than Julie Suhr.  She wrote this great article called “You, Your Horse and Lady Luck“. If you haven’t already, go read it!

If you’d like to read more from Julie, check out her book “Ten Feet Tall, Still”.  You can get it from AERC, or order direct from Julie. Every book sold directly puts $25 into saving our trails!

As of today (7/27/2009) there are 172 riders entered in the ride.  The entry list is posted on the website here.

To keep up to date with updates such as these and others between now and on ride day, check out the Tevis News Twitter feed.  You can get to it directly, or view it at the bottom of the webcast pages.  I’ll post the feed below this paragraph so you can get an idea of what it looks like. (sorry if it adds a bunch of blank space)

Next is an article by Erin Klentos on Trail Etiquette and Safety.  Click on the link or click below to read more.

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