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From: "Mary Ann Booher" <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] Can a 98 year-old ride a horse?
Date: Sun, 12 Jul 2009 15:46:56 -0400
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Yes....not only ride, but shoe, curry and muck out a stall...
What one is used to doing on a daily basis tends to become more difficult
but not
impossible(barring great illness or accident), it's when you stop doing
those daily activities that
you atrophy. In other words "Use it or lose it"

Mary Ann
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Subject: Re: [BRE] Can a 98 year-old ride a horse?


> Assuming the 98 year old practiced his faith ALL of his life, lived on a
> farm, did chores, and did not get any major illness, it is believable.
> Practicing your faith would mean among many other things that you did not
> smoke
> or drink alcohol while living and working on your own farm having good
> vegetables and other protein products that were healthy! Then your genes
> are
> always a big help.
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