Written for the equestrian who is just discovering the sport of endurance, and the more experienced endurance riders alike, learn how to how to easily and intuitively back a trailer, take control of your conditioning and training, recognize and fix a “bonk”, and read the never before told story of Dr. Mel’s first endurance ride.
You are a BEAST, and I mean that in the best possible way.
I’m going to try my best to remember this at 3 AM when running at Rio 🙂
I’d like to run an 8:00m/m at any temp, but I like that I should use Extreme Caution over 85° lol. Also it just never gets easier, since expectations go up! And I love the weight picture!!!
Would like to think that all those 10 to 11 minute mile runs in 95° temperatures automatically qualify me for an eight minute per mile pace at Rio in the rain! Isn’t that how this works?
I have been obsessed with that horse comic with the two ladies thinking “poor horse” for like a year now and could never find it! You made my day!