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Vetting Procedures at Endurance Rides

VETTING PROCEDURES AT ENDURANCE RIDES - The Australian Way! Steven Roberts B.V.Sc. In this article, we will concentrate on the veterinary…

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Starting New Mounts

If you have experience with starting endurance mounts or are thinking of starting your first one - this forum is a place where you can find help and guidance. New rides are a challenge for sure.

49 May 1, 2014
Reply by Barry Cole

Flys, Worms, and Other Pests

Discussions of how to control varmints..

3 Oct 22, 2009
Make your own vaccines video
by April Battles

How does My-Endurance.Net work?

This forum category is intended to help new members understand how to use the facilities within my-endurance.net. If you have questions, please post them here - AND -- if you have answers, post those here too!!

12 Apr 21, 2016
Reply by Cosmo

Saddles and Tack

Existing discussions that have not been assigned a category.

44 Oct 29, 2014
BMSS or EZ fit
by Nicole Jory

Strategies for Competition

There are many strategies for competition in endurance events. Racing, Finishing, Placing ... It's all there. The primary goal is often to finish the race, to best the trail at the optimal speed for your horse on that trail on that particular day. To do the best you can with what you have on that day. Of course, your competition strategy is going to affect (and be affected by:) your training/conditioning and feeding and ... all play together. If you are going to attempt a competitive strategy which is to WIN, then you have to train and prepare with that involved. If your strategy is to achieve the coveted "Turtle" award, then practice long slow hours in the saddle!

29 Apr 2, 2014
Reply by Deb Ambrose

FEI International Discussions

The FEI Endurance - A Sport unto Itself! There are issues and directions to the International (FEI) version of the sport which are evolving and changing the way we participate. The new competition rules may lead to shorter championships, faster races, and more challenging approaches!

1 Jan 17, 2008
Reply by Jeremy Olson

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