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Eat Sleep Ride Repeat by Ashleytomaszewski - 7M ago

We are pleased to announce that ESRR team member Ashley has been chosen as a brand ambassador for Riding Warehouse! Riding Warehouse has everything for endurance, as well as english and western disciplines.   They have been a fantastic supporter of the Canadian Green Bean Distance Riders group by donating a gift card to the winner…
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Originally posted on Eat Sleep Ride Repeat:
I saw this post the other day, and it got me thinking about my favourite type of running: Ride N Tie.  I suppose I could make an “Endurance” one of these too, but to be honest, I am really looking forward to RNT this year… even more than…
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Well its official – I’m an Equine Polygamist! After years of saying one horse is enough, I seem to have found myself with another. West Grey Bay, or Westie, is an Off The Track Standardbred.  10 years old, a respectable racehorse in his day, 15.1hh and if I do say so myself… nice bone and…
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It’s no surprise that we are running out of trails for equestrian use in Ontario. Thanks to urban sprawl and other factors, trails that used to be available to equestrians are disappearing. That is why I jump at the chance to support new distance rides in Ontario because if we don’t, these trails may disappear.…
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The day had arrived! We got to officially meet “our” horse for the next 6 days. We piled on all of our layers, fully aware we would be riding into snow that morning and had a quick breakfast of breads, croissants, jams and coffee.  Since the plans had changed, we would be staying in that…
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Part 1 can be found here We awoke early the next morning and hopped in an Uber to meet the rest of the gang for breakfast before our pickup.  Thirteen of us total: a combination of Mongol Derby Veterans (over several years), Derby hopefuls, and those who have an “in” with a Derby rider.  An…
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Jeeze, I am woefully overdue to write a blog post. I have to admit, its been tough to find the motivation to write – all I really want to do is ride!  With all that has gone on in the last 3 months for me though, I have a ton of content to catch up…
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Anytime I try to explain my sport to a non-horsey person (hell, sometimes even to horsey people too), the go-to line is that Endurance is like Marathon on horseback. Of course, as anyone in the horsey group understands, the response from the non-horseys is generally “oh but the horse does the work, so its not…
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