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I am a 54 year old woman who's husband had a heart attack and died before the EMS could get there. I am trying to pick up the pieces of our life and make sense of what happened. I have two dogs and two horses that we brought across country in 2005 from California. That was an adventure.

Member Since: 7/13/2008

Fitness Minutes: 16,551

My Goals:
Before losing Tom my goal was becoming proficient at Third Level. I have a wonderful 20 year old horse, who I have raised and trained myself. Now I am just trying to get through each day, making sure that the important stuff is done. Riding has become more important but in a totally different way. It is a time that I can just be me. I can forget for just a few moments what has happened.

My Program:
Get up every morning and make sure that the dogs and horses are fed before leaving for work. Fix supper for Dad and Uncle Earl most nights. Ride at least four times each week, even if the ride is nothing but a walk in the woods.

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Horses have been my passion since I was little. I didn't have a doll house when I was little I had a stable full of model horses that my PawPaw and I built together. I rode and showed Half Arabians on the A circuit as a teen and then acquired a Quarter Horse mare shortly after my son was born. I showed her on the Quarter Horse circuit in the early 80s. I evented her first baby through Preliminary in 1991 and I am currently working with her last baby in Dressage at Third Level. I love to teach new riders and see them "get it." I love the same feeling when training horses as they figure out what it is you are trying to teach them.

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