The Last Jump

March 26, 2008
By Amy Hopping, Tauranga, NY

Galloping up to a jump as fast as lighting, feeling the sweat on the palms of your hands, wondering if you are going to make it or not. You can taste your emotion flowing through your body. You can smell the fresh air as it rushes past you, just as you are coming up to your jump you can hear your horses hoofs leave the ground, there is a loud applause. You can she that you have made it.
You can feel the excitement rushing through you, you can taste achievement, you can smell your horses sweat as you are stroking her to congratulate her, you hear people shouting and yelling. I can see the smile on my face as well as my horses.

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