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Stephen Wright, Assistant Sports Editor
Published Aug 14, 2018
When Marvin Brangman first heard about endurance riding, he thought it was a sport for “crazy” people.
Brangman, who has a background in dressage and showjumping, has always been passionate about horses, but had little interest in spending long hours in the saddle negotiating all types of terrain.
After much persuading from a friend who competes in the discipline, Brangman agreed to a 25-mile race in 2015 — a gentle distance by endurance standards — and immediately fell in love with it.
He won his second ride of 75 miles in Alabama several months later and from there started the two-year process to qualify for the World Equestrian Games...
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