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I hurt today...

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I have been asked to be in the  "Ariat's Jumping with The Stars" Sunday April 18th at the Midwest Horse Fair.   I will be judged along with other local Wisconsin celebrities on how well I can ride and jump.   Funny thing is, I haven't been on a horse since I was 10 years old.   Yesterday I had my first lesson and today I am feeling the pain.  My inner thighs are KILLING.   I am excited to learn more about this sport (yes I am going to be taking part in a SPORT.)  You can learn more about this event here.

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02/18/2010 3:09AM
I hurt today...
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02/18/2010 5:37AM
Who are you training with Kidd?
02/19/2010 3:44AM
Holly Finnigan
I am so glad you are doing this!!! If you need any pointers let me know.... I showed for 12 years! Good Luck!!!
02/21/2010 7:24AM
Here’s looking at you, Kidd! « ARIAT Jumping with the Stars!
[...] be expected, Kidd was a tad sore the next day. He writes about it on his blog. But it’s a good sore! Kidd, Hannah and [...]
02/22/2010 4:44AM
Kidd O'Shea
Hey Holly! Nice to hear from you...thanks, I will keep you posted on my progress.
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