Friday, September 12, 2008
A BOY MORAB NAMED TULIP
20 YEARS OLD and 20,035 miles-AERC Hi-Mileage Horse
-and Still Going Strong Down the Trail-
(How We Did It?)
Les Carr, Ph.D.
Without the American Endurance Ride Conference (AERC) record keeping and supportive services; without the energetic efforts of ride managers; without Pony Express (XP) multi-day 3-5 day 50 mile/day rides; and without significant help from AERC members during the 15 years it took to make a hi-mileage Morab horse—-Tulip would not be the hi-mileage horse of all time. Yes, Tulip has 15 years of riding and trails under his belly, and has averaged about 1,350 miles/year in recorded, vet-checked, endurance competition (American Endurance Ride Conference).
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