I live in Wisconsin where the ride season draws to a close in late October. If we’re lucky, we get to sneak in a few more rides before the parks close and the ice and snow make riding a challenge.
Notes from the Green Bean Endurance Webcast presented by Mary Howell on Dec. 3, 2018 1. DON’T wait too long to dive in! It took me three years to work up the confidence to enter my first AERC rid. Go
I can’t think of a better way to celebrate finishing our first year of being an AERC recognized program than to launch a new website. My hope is this one will be easier to navigate on both pc and mobile
Sudi, who serves as president of the Southeast Endurance Riders Association (seraonline.org) explained that one reason she loves our sport is because there’s so much to learn, and that she keeps learning more every year. She added that her four
Hello Green Beans! “Ride your own ride!” is an often-heard saying in our sport. One of the most important ways to have a successful, long-term partnership with your endurance mount is to practice the art of proper pacing. Join Southeast Endurance