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By HOLLY MONERY May 15, 2014
ENDURANCE riders are the marathon runners of the equestrian world.
They battle all weather conditions for hours on end and say that competing in the 80 kilometre or 160 kilometre events is addictive.
However, unlike a marathon, endurance riders are not in these challenges alone.
Wild About Hooves owners Jen Clingly and Jeremy Ford agreed the comradeship built with your horse is what makes the sport popular.
"Definitely for us that partnership that you develop with your horse is so important in endurance because you develop that skill to be able to listen to them, so if they're struggling or on track or if the weather conditions are impacting on their physical abilities," Ms Clingly said.
"If you're in tune with them you'll recognise when they need a rest, when they need food or when they need a drink...
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