It’s ridiculously early on a cold January morning. I’m shuffling my feet to keep warm and to burn off some of my nervous energy. As I hold my breath, my teenage daughter trusts her life to her horse and her training, as they dart around the jumper ring at top speed. The goal is to finish the course of about a dozen jumps with the fastest time, leaving all the rails in place. I know that if she also trusts the physics, she has a good chance at a clean round.
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Thanks for sharing Joanne!