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3969Re: [sig] Re: research - travel

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  • MHoll@aol.com
    Oct 2, 2000
      In a message dated 10/2/2000 2:48:30 PM Central Daylight Time,
      alastair@... writes:

      > It's rather like a modern sports car - noticeable (i.e.
      > flashy), expensive, costs a fortune to feed, and has to be maintained by a
      > team of specialists... Of course, warhorses (which one would expect to be
      > fitter/stronger) had to be specially trained, adding even more to their
      > cost...

      Good point. Although they didn't have vets in period, I suspect each rider
      knew a lot more about horses than most of our riders today, even endurance
      riders (average vs. average, of course; and you'd be surprised how little
      some "horse people" know!). When a living horse is a matter of life and death
      (forget the price for now), I'd think they'd be rather careful.

      Predslava.
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