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2021-2022 Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet

The 2022-2023 ride season begins June 1, 2022.  Please remember that you must be a current member to vote for the slate of officers, special awards, and proposed rule changes....
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Results 2021/2022 Ride Season

**If you are participating in our Introductory Distance Ride Program or Volunteer Program and you do not see your name listed, please contact the Ride Manager, their information is provided...
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Fit Rider: Five-Minute Warmup

Active stretching that activates your muscles and increases blood flow is the most productive type of warmup. Both your body and your horse will appreciate the benefits.
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Endurance and The Fine Art of Rest

Most distance riders spend a significant chunk of time and energy thinking about our conditioning schedule. In fact, some of us chart it, map it, and scrutinize it. Speed, distance,...
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Mountain Bikes on the Trail? No Problem for Prepared Horses

Great article for all trail enthusiasts, know the trail and prepare your horse! In urban equestrian areas, off-leash dogs and baby buggies are often as common as horses. These unfamiliar,...
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Results 2020/2021 Ride Season

**If you are participating in our Introductory Distance Ride Program or Volunteer Program and you do not see your name listed, please contact the Ride Manager, their information is provided...
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Winter of 2020 Newsletter

From the beginning of my Presidency I have enjoyed penning the monthly newsletter. There was always something to share whether it was ride recaps, educational updates or general information. This...
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Horseback Riding Meets Running in the Sport of Ride and Tie

Are you a horse lover and a runner? Ever wonder if there was a way to combine the sport of endurance riding with cross-country running?
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2020 September Newsletter

It is starting to feel a lot like ride season! Our calendar runs June-May but it is too hot for me until late September/October before I get in the spirit...
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Keeping Your Horse Hydrated

In a perfect world, our horses would always be well hydrated. Keeping your horse hydrated is an important part of keeping your horse healthy at home and on the trail....
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2020 August Newsletter

Thank you to everyone who took the time to cast their vote on the proposed rule changes, Special Award nominees and your incoming Board of Directors. All were approved.
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Care and Feeding of “You” the Rider!

When the going gets tough, tell yourself, "I can do it. Other riders have done this before and I can succeed too."
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2020 July Newsletter

    With a national spirit of courage, integrity, sacrifice and liberty, we celebrate the power of pride, courage and faith that we all share as we continue to move...
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Jim Wofford: Ready to Ride?

Jim advises riders not to overlook this essential in preparing for your new competitive season.
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2020 June Newsletter

Happy New Year! SEDRA New Year that is! June 1st was the beginning of our 36th year!
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2020 March/April Newsletter

With all our bright pink adornments, flamingo pens, flamingo drink holder floats, raffles, Bigfoot poster and a giant TV screen with a photo slide show of our riders, there was...
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Preventing Pre-Ride Dehydration

Most riders  would  not  start a ride with  a lame  horse. Even if they wanted to try, the  vets would  not  allow the horse to start. On the other hand,...
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Results 2019/2020 Ride Season

It is the Ride Managers responsibility to report all IDR participants and volunteers to us with the ride results.
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2020 February Newsletter

Please join me in welcoming our newest club members!
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Recognizing and Avoiding Problems During and After a Ride

Keeping your horse — and yourself — healthy is vital to participate successfully in endurance riding.
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2020 January Newsletter

GOALS, INTENTION, PURPOSE, AMBITION, ASPIRATION
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