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March 13, 2012

Recommended Blog Post: Decade Team

"My advice:  Enjoy the precious time you have with your horse.  Even if you are one of the fortunate ones that get to share a decade or more of trail time together, it is never enough.  Never take any ride on your horse for granted.  Try and do at least one new ride a year.  If you really want to ride, set goals and make them happen….turn those excuses into opportunities and never give up on achieving your goals and dreams.  It’s never going to be easy and there will never be a better time than NOW to start planning for your next ride.  Happy trails, Karen"

The AERC officially to recognize Decade Teams.  Read more at Karen's Musing & Endurance...

I wonder if they will recognize someone who takes a DECADE to just get it done?  'cause I'm half-way there.  

1 comment:

  1. Don't feel too bad, I'm going on 20 years trying "to get it done"! My first horse, I'd put in 3 years of LSD came in 3rd on my first LD. Then life got in the way, after a few years, I had the time and money, and he was ready. He was struck down with EPM. It took me two years to get over his death. I rescued an Arab mare, put in the time did a couple of 50's and discovered she had very bad hocks! Now, I'm on my third try with a coming 6 yr old that doesn't have perfect legs, but she seems willing. Hopefully, she'll be my decade horse, but the JOURNEY IS WHAT'S IT'S ALL ABOUT. But, it sure would be nice to have some completions :)