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January 1, 2020


RICHARD: What do they call that in animal science? Hybrid vigor. You have a good sire and a good dam, and the offspring are beter than either one. But those that are in the breeding busi- ness, we talk a lot about sires. But they rarely talk about that mare power. And I tell you what, I have a lovely wife (Cheryl). My kids have a lovely mother who has stuck with me the last 33 years, and anything that we’ve done successful is a large part on account of her.


HM: What inspires you to get up, put on the boots, go outside, get on these horses—day aſter day aſter day? Then, to share your information with the audiences at expos and clinics?


RICHARD: You know, I’m almost wondering if it’s some gene or something inside of us, because I have a sister that doesn’t care anything about horses. My daughter has a brother, Joseph, who doesn’t care anything about horses. But there’s some of us that, for some reason, we’re hooked on these horses—and it does inspire me to want to go out.


Horses are the great equalizer.


They don’t care where you are from, or who you are, or how much money your family has. But they are constantly teaching us, and since we can never get it all figured out, every day is a new chapter. It seems like the farther I go in my horsemanship, the farther there is to go. It’s like climbing a mountain—if I just get to the top of this mountain, will I be there? Well, I get to the top of that mountain and what do I see? Five other mountains ahead of me that I couldnt even see until I got there. And that’s the way my horsemanship is. I think I am beter now than I was five years ago, I see some things now that I never could have seen before. But am I reaching out toward some even higher things Continued on page 24


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