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Friday, July 22, 2011

Walk about 2 & 3

I love these green horses, as long as they are FUR side up.  G'day bay is doing great.  He has worked through lots of things on the trail.  Glad I ride alone as people would wonder why I open and close the Velcro on my water bottles a thousand times on the right and again on the left, why I grab tree branches and shake them.  He still skitters when he steps on a twig that makes noise or gets small branches caught for a second or two.  He is a smart horse and no longer even turns an ear for the branches or the Velcro or when the branches hit my helmet.  The branches that touch him is also a no issue.  He is a little apprehensive about some of the short embankments I ask him to go up or down.  We made it down to the lake today and almost into the water, just need a day when there are not so many boats and they make the splashing waves on the beach, which are really scary..  On day 3, which was today and part of day 2, we did some trotting..  Wow, have never been on a horse with such a smooth trot, it was not big by any sense of the imagination, but just a real nice maybe 10 mph trot.  So yesterday, ride 2, we did 5 miles, today we did 8, not sure our average speed has hit about 4 yet, but soon.  I did get his HR up to 190 for a minute or so.  It will take 30 days or so before he is really fit enough to safely pick up the speed a little.  Walking all of these hills will do the job pretty quickly....

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

G'day Bay - First Walk About

G'day Bay is 4 years old and a big Arab.  Today was the day for his Walk About under saddle.  He has been ponied maybe 4 times and is a lover boy.  I am always apprehensive about getting on a new horse for the first time.  I did have a video of him under saddle, but I was still scared as hell.  I cannot afford to get hurt and I don't heal quick anymore.  Anyway, I showed him the saddle and he did not even flinch so on it went. I am 6'1" and ride with a long stirrup, those stirrups did not come to the bottom of his belly.  I decided I would walk him away from the ranch so his Tucson buddy was not screaming at him.  So a walk about we went...   Before I even got on him he ended up jumping a couple of feet backwards, at what I do not know, just grazing my foot, luckily I had my boots on instead of my Jesus sandals.  Not a good OMEN...  I started to mount and put weight in the stirrups, everything was OK, so over the cantle came the leg.  G'day Bay was mouthing the bit something fierce.  I got off and checked the bit and he had his tongue over the bit..  So, we fixed that and I re mounted.  It was like he had no idea what to do..  This whole time I am thinking about getting off and which trainer I am going to take him to and how much money I will have to spend etc. etc.....  I am seriously going to bail if it looks like he is going to give me any grief at all.  I got him to move some, we did a few 50 foot circles, he would just stop and we would stand there for a couple of minutes.  I was not about to get after him other then a slight urging to go forward.  We finally worked it out by doing the circles and finally made it out to the road. He went through a scary gate, which he hardly looked at on the way back. We did about a whole 1 hour, and made it 3 miles, but we accomplished tons.  He did want to trot some and managed to maybe get in 12 or 13 feet, but I was determined to keep it at the walk for the first day..... He tried to sneak in a few trots here and there which actually I like....  Only had one other thing happen which I was ready for was a branch caught a little on my boot and scared him.  All in all a good day with G'day Bay

Ricky Tick trail ride


My neighbor is putting on a Ride and Tie up in the Malakoff area in the high country and asked I would like to come and help look at some trails with her.  I loaded up Psuntana and Ricky Tick and headed out.  Beautiful day with nice trails.  We rode for a couple of hours looking at where different trails went.  Horses did great.  Ricky Tick did good, he looked at things pretty intent but no big surprises.  He loads well, stands still when you mount, goes any speed you want, is very handsome and friendly.  Basically just a real nice horse.  He is not very fit yet, but his recoveries for what he is doing are more then great.  Looking forward to more rides on this nice boy.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Name Change.....

Fabian's Fancy, the big bay 4 year old out of a Australian bred Toft stud is now named G'dayBay.....
Nobel Dragoon, 6 year old gray, is now named Ricky Ticky... or maybe just Ricky...
Top of a real tough hill..... never had to do that before!!!!  I am going to be good...


Ricky had is 4 th ride today.  He was fully booted and we went on a 8 mile trek down to the lake and back up the other side and then home...  Total of 2000 feet of elevation gain.  He did great, lots of NEW things to look at, he was very brave for being so inexperienced.  No water crossings yet, but soon.  He got to run, trot, and had his Heart Rate hit the 190's 3 times...

Ricky and Psuntana are going on a longish trail ride tomorrow...  should be interesting..

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Dragoon walks!

No boots today, barefoot only, checked feet and did a little rasping..  Most horses that are shod are not used to your handling their feet all the time.  Dragoon was good, just takes awhile to get the foot, once I got it, no problem.

We saddled up and headed out, we mounted up directly this time, even with his buddy screaming in the pasture. No problem, Dragoon did not even answer back.  One of the first things I noticed about this horse is that he has a great walk.  His downhill walk is a almost a 5 hour 50 walk, really fast.:).  Much faster then yesterday, at least it seemed like it, no GPS today so not for sure, but I was impressed.

We rode for at least an hour, mostly hills, had a nice long uphill cantor and trot and he did great.  You can tell that he probably has not done much hills before, if any, so will take some time to get him legged up.  He is still looking at stuff pretty carefully, but all in all I am very impressed.  The fitness will come, he appears to be forward and eager to please.  I have found that the more fit they become the more forward they are.  But, you have to keep things interesting and not get them bored.  Small but important point.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Dragoon, first ride.

I am always very apprehensive about getting on a horse for the FIRST time, guess that is pretty normal..   Anyway I went out on put the halter on Dragoon and led him into the barn.  The first thing they do is the Tucson boys start screaming back and forth, I hate that.....grrrrrrrr...  Trimmed his front feet a little on put on a pair of gloves..  Let him out to the trailer where my tack was from the day before and saddled him up.  With the screaming still going on I led him about 1/3 mile away and out of site before I mounted.  Needless to say it went perfect, other then being very GREEN he did a great job.  I usually start off with a nice long walk to make sure they are comfortable.  First thing I noticed which I was very pleased with was that he had a very nice FAST walk, gps said it was almost 5mph, but that was on the downhill.  I did see a consistent 4+ MPH, which is great for a potential endurance horse.  I did get into a nice 1/4 mile uphill trot from which he did not recover from very fast, so that was the end of the harder uphill work.  We rode for four miles and were in the saddle for one hour.  All in all I was very pleased, he was forward, curious but not stupid, nice smooth trot, fast walk, no head tossing, no sideways motion, well maybe a little when he heard his buddy screaming for him...

Monday, July 11, 2011

Tucson team members arrive...

My two internet ponies have arrived on July 6th from Tucson.  I usually don't like taking a chance when purchasing horses but with the reputation of Al-Marah arabians I did bid on two horses.  The horse I wanted was a rather large 4 year old bay, you can check out his video somewhere in the blog..

  If I was able to purchase this horse for under 2K then I was going to big on a gray horse that a friend of mine really liked.. She knows much more about conformation and breeding then I do, so if I could get this other horse for a minimal bid I thought I would go for it.  The transportation from Tucson to here would not be that much more for two then one...   Long story short I did get both horses.

Tucson team photo link..

The bay is a big horse, when he is standing tall I could hardly reach the top of his head, and I am not a small person at 6-1, at least I used to be that tall..  I have just changed his name from Fabian's Fancy to Aussie, due to his Australian breeding, he is out of one of the Toft's studs imported by AM.  Aussie is only 4 and more then likely only used to the inside of a riding ring.  He is a little jumpy but is just the sweetest horse.  He loves you to rub his face and ears and has some spots he just loves to be scratched and moves into you like a puppy dog would.

The gray, barn name has not come to be yet, is real name is Nobel Dragoon, is also a very nice horse.  Very friendly, nice body, nice big feet, nice size cannon bones, floaty trot.

I met the horse haulers at a local farm about 20 miles away.  I was there when they pulled in the driveway.  Dragoon was first out of the back of the trailer.  Aussie was second and seems as though he had busted his halter, even though he was not tied.  I had brought one of MONK's halters so we got him haltered and out of the trailer.  We loaded the Tucson boys in my 3 horse trailer without incident and I was headed for home.

I had not yet decided about where I was going to put them.  I had a large area across the driveway from the main pasture that was laid out with electric wide tape fencing.  That is where they went for the first couple of days.  I did have an escape but they were captured quickly and introduced to the main pasture.  I had to kick my bully horse Psuntana out of the pasture.  We live pretty much out where they is no one else so when horses get out, they usually do not go any where so Psuntana just hangs around the outside perimeter.

I have introduced the new team members to the art of being ponied by the Quad..   Both of them pretty much responded in the same manner..   I pretty much had to drag them for about 1 mile, then all of a sudden they figured out they could trot, and that was pretty much it, except for the all of sudden once in awhile of coming to a complete stop.... and then have to drag them for a 100 feet or so and then back to the trot.

Both have very nice large feet.  I have been putting Gloves on the front feet. Both have done the 3 mile loop twice as of today.

More later

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Welcome to "Team MONK Endurance"


Lot: 8 - AM FABIANS FANCY (Bremervale Andronicus+ x AM Fancie Frisca)
Registration Number: 630617
Flaviowalk

1 images available
This lot is not open for bidding
Current Status: Sold
Representative:
Name: Jerry Hamilton
Company: Al-Marah Arabians
Address: 4101 N. Bear Canyon Road
City: Tucson, AZ 85749
Phone: (520) 749-1162
Alt Phone: (520) 940-7120
Fax: (520) 749-2572
Email: al-marah@att.net
Consignor:
Name: Bazy Tankersley
Company: Al-Marah Arabians
Address: 4101 N. Bear Canyon Road
City: Tucson, AZ 85749
Phone: (520) 749-1162
Fax: (520) 749-2572
Email: al-marah@att.net
Lot Details:
Location:Tucson, AZ
Birth Date:02/17/2007
Color:Bay
Breed:Arabian
Sex:Gelding
Height: (in hands)
Comments:
THIS GELDING IS OFFERED WITH A REASONABLE RESERVE. Sired by BREMERVALE ANDRONICUS+, “Andy”, (DESPERADO x BREMERVALE RHAPSODY) imported from Australia. 2 X National Champion Sport Horse Stallion In-Hand. He has produced 11 National winners, 1 Supreme National Champion 2 yr old, 4 National Champions, 2 Reserve National Champions and 6 Top Tens. (His oldest foals are just turning 5). Fabian went to Kim Barteau 3/1/2011 for dressage training. He grew up at the Hat Ranch in a large herd of 25 to 30 head at an altitude of 6,800 feet. He is ready to go on with a new owner in Dressage and Sport Horse for the Jr. horse class this year and next and then start an Endurance career if desired. AHA Breeders Sweepstakes. ENROLLED IN THE BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES.
Pedigree:
Sire: BREMERVALE ANDRONICUS
DESPERADO

BREMERVALE RHAPSODY
WN DADJMIR

BREMERVAL AQUARIUS

BREMERVALE EXCALIBUR

BREMERVALE FERNANDA
Dam: AM FANCIE FRISCA
OPALO

AM FRISKIE FRIEND
*BARICH DE WASHOE

BRUMARBAS JEWELL

LEA BARON

ALMARAH WHISKIE






AM Noble Dragoon
Lot: 14 - AM NOBLE DRAGOON (AM Michael Love x Almarah Soonamoon)
Registration Number: 619775
Nobledragoon

1 images available
This lot is not open for bidding
Current Status: Sold
Representative:
Name: Jerry Hamilton 
Company: Al-Marah Arabians 
Address: 4101 N. Bear Canyon Road 
City: Tucson, AZ 85749 
Phone: (520) 749-1162 
Alt Phone: (520) 940-7120 
Fax: (520) 749-2572 
Email: al-marah@att.net
Consignor:
Name: Bazy Tankersley 
Company: Al-Marah Arabians 
Address: 4101 N. Bear Canyon Road 
City: Tucson, AZ 85749 
Phone: (520) 749-1162 
Fax: (520) 749-2572 
Email: al-marah@att.net
Lot Details:
Location:Tucson, AZ
Birth Date:05/18/2005
Color:Grey
Breed:Arabian
Sex:Gelding
Height: (in hands)15
Comments:
THIS GELDING SELLS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER WITHOUT RESERVE. Sired by AM MICHAEL LOVE (*SEFFER x AM DREAM DOVE), AM Noble Dragoon spent the last 10 months at the Arivaca Boys Ranch getting broke and working cattle. MICHAEL LOVE – Champion in Western Pleasure and Halter. Sire of multiple Regional and National winning sport horses (STYLISH STEED – Top Ten Sport horse Under Saddle). SOONAMOON is sired by Endurance stallion SSA CSEA DREAM, winner of Jim Jones Award before exportation to Australia.
Pedigree:
Sire: AM MICHAEL LOVE
SEFFER

AM DREAM DOVE
PRINCE SARAPH

SA'LILAH

DREAMAZON+++

TSEA NOTE
Dam: ALMARAH SOONAMOON
SSA CSEA DREAM+

ALMARAH HONEYMOON
DREAMAZON+++

ALMARAH SEAZEPHYR

AL-MARAH DAN CUPID

AM BIZZIE BEE
NODE: 10.83.114.55 | REFERER:

"Go to horse"

Psuntana is just the cutest most personable gelding, I call him the "Minni MONK".  He is a chestnut sabino, a Padrons Psyche grandson who is 10 years old.  I have had him since he was 5.

 I call him my "Go to Horse" because anytime I want something fun to ride I go to him.  He has not had a lot of saddle time but learns quickly.  He does have his own blog, but I don't write much to it, so I thought I would incorporate some of his stuff here.  I have been riding him since Ambrose has been injured.  He has done some 20 mile rides, but mostly shorter harder training rides at home.  He is about ready for his first endurance ride, have not made a decision on what distance he will do.  

Psuntana reminds me alot of MONK when he was first started on the trail and before he did any endurance rides.  Psuntana wants to cantor everywhere.  He cantors from a dead stop, a nice very balanced and comfortable gait.  I do work the trot some, but not much, it will JUST evolve, just like it did for MONK.  What Psuntana found out is that he cannot cantor single tracks sideways, just does not work, or those trails that have sides and a trench down the middle, like portions of the Tevis trail.  The first time he did that it was pretty funny, but he is coming along great and I am having a blast on him.  His best attribute so far is that he "HAS GAME" always, you do need to pay attention as he is quick.

Time will tell, but he could be a great distance horse, will see how he manages himself at a competition.  He is a pretty animated horse, but very responsive, don't have to strong man to control him.




More later.

Trust your gut........... Ambrose on rehab

"Trust your gut"

I would have to look back in the blog to see when I first noticed a slight misstep would be when I rode Ambrose and Amanda rode MONK down on the Tevis trail.  Just a slight bobble hear and there.  I had asked Amanda to ride behind me and watch to see if she saw anything, and she didn't..

Dr. Lindsay Graham came out to the ranch shortly after that and I showed her some of the trails that we train on.  I did a 8 mile pony with Ambrose with her watching him the whole time.  She said that in retrospect she did see a bobble hear and there but nothing to speak about.

Amborse then did his 45 mile ride at Nevada Derby and passed all of the trotting vets..  Shannon noticed noting on that jaunt.

A week after the ride I took Amborse out for a training ride, after about 1/2 hour he was 3 legged lame..  I ended up taking him to UC Davis for his ultrasound exam.  Conclusion was a slight tear to the upper left suspensory, slight to moderate.  

So, Ambrose has MONK's old stall and paddock where he can visit over the fence and still move about freely. 

Ambrose will be started back to work around December.

See next post about my "Go to" horse that amazing Psuntana and the following post will be about my two new horses coming from Al-Marah in Tucson

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Nevada Derby 2011 - Ambrose's first ride

Nevada Derby 2011

Bath time - Pre travel
Shannon, MONK and Ambrose
MONK and AMBROSE attended the wonderful managed Nevada Derby in Palomino Valley just north of Reno Nevada.  A very picturesque setting with wonderful trails, something for everyone, hills, sand washes, nice footing along country roads, with lots of bands of wild horses.



Ride Camp


 MONK sporting a new clip...





Shirt sleeve weather

Shannon and Ambrose

Lindsay and MONK vet in.

Amborse and Shannon vet in.

You got treat for me?


Tack check

Home for the next few days.



video
Ride started at 7am on Saturday, Lindsay and Shannon were in the saddle by 6:30, first ones out in front of camp warming up.  We kinda sorta had a very flexlible game plan.  The two boys seem to have become rather attached during Ambroses first 90 days with us.  The plan was definitley NOT to have them ride together very much or at all.  Ambrose becomes very animated and agitated when MONK would leave him.  The problem in the desert is that the ride started on the flat road, where you could see for miles.  Well the two started out together, the start was not as I had invisioned, just maybe 20 or so riders in the first wave going down the road, first loop was 25 miles, with 20 miles being along side the main road in the valley, with a 10 minute hold at 10 miles.  Shannon tells me that as soon as MONK started going a little faster along with the rest of the front runners she had some very tense moments with AMBROSE.  She managed to stay seated and keep him going in the right direction with him hollering most of the time.

All of the vet checks were back in camp and you can see the horses coming for miles.  I think there were 6 riders in the breakaway group with MONK in the front coming into camp.  We stripped the saddle and started to cool MONK after he drank.  To out amazement it took a whole 7 minutes for him to pulse down to 60.  We got our pulse time, but kept the HR monitor on him as I watched his HR pluse all the way back up to high 70's and then back down to 60 and then back up.  We just hung tight and did not present him to the vet until he was 52.  Usually the swinging HR is a sure sign that you have pushed your horse a little too fast and a good sign that you need to slow down.  I was very concerned about his recovery.  MONK looked fantastic, eating and drinking and very alert, no dull look here, very animated.  He was also missing AMBROSE so we tried to throw that into the equation for an explanation for the swinging HR.  MONK vetted through and we were set for the next 20 mile loop.
Pre ride warm up, Lindsay and Shannon

AMBROSE shows up at the vet check and we cool him down, pull the saddle and start sponging him.  I put the HR belt on him and we wait for him to come down to 60 while sponging a little.  Weather is pretty cool so we have a blanket.  Long story short it takes AMBROSE 30 minutes to get to 60.  He is also looking very perky, like he just got out of the trailer except that he is looking for MONK.  AMBROSE HR goes up and down, up and down, hardly ever see 60 again, all the way up to 80 and back to high 60's.  Again a very good sign that he has been over ridden, but all of his other signs suggest otherwise.
MONK, kodak moment

MONK shows up and AMBROSE HR goes off the chart.  We take him back to the trailer and wait.  Lindsays takes off fo the her next 20 mile loop.  My stomache is turing as I am really worried about AMBROSE that he will never be a endurance horse, wondering what am I going to do with him.  We take him back for his final vet check when he gets to the low 50.  He does pass the check and is cleared to go out ont he next 20 mile loop
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I did chat with the head vet several times trying to get my thoughts straight and let her know what was going on.  Her opinion was that he had just been over ridden and was not able to recover quickly.  I did consider her opinion, but nothing else pointed to that.

At some point during the thought process came the realization that both horses were suffering form the same symptoms.  So, it had to be something that I had just started that I had not done before...  BINGO.
MONK shows back up, still with the top few riders.  MONK tack is stripped and we start the cooling process.  Again, MONK HR's are much higher then usual and it takes almost the whole 30 minutes to get down to 60.  We then watched it swing up and down, not as bad as AMBROSE, but bad.  We only have 4 miles to go.  We did get our 60 pulse within the 30 minutes but this was only a ten minute hold, so all the other front runners were gone.  I again went to the head vet to see how much time we had before we had to present.  She decided that we could take until 7pm......  We took MONK back to the trailer where we watched his HR swing up and down, all the way up to the 80's and back down to the high 60's, once in awhile it would get to 60 and then right back up again.  The whole time MONK is eating, and looking around, sharp as a tack and looking for AMBROSE.

AMBROSE and Shannon show up and we cool him out, pull his saddle and start the wait.  He was swinging also, Shannon kept an eye on the time and we did present him pretty close to the 30 minute time limit, but a few mintues over,  but he was 64.  So we went to the head vet where she did the PULL exam, his CRI was 64-60.   We presented MONK for his final also and he passed.  MONK and Lindsay only had the 4 miles to go.  Lindsay decided that she would power walk the whole 5 miles, so she took off with MONK in tow along with a friend to share her misery.  MONK spent probably more then 1.5 hours at camp waiting for his HR to stableize
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So, all said in done, Lindsay saved the day with MONK's perfect record in tact with a 20 something placement in the ride
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After all my anguish over AMBROSE it was a blessing in desquise that MONK had the same problem, this could of taken months and months to figure out.  What the bottom line was that I had started a new supplement which I will not name at this time because it was more then likely my fault and not that of the supplement.

MONK was scheduled to race on Sunday also, but we pulled him from that ride, not knowing how long it will take for this supplement to get out of his system.  We decided that both girls would take the boys on a 5 mile jaunt and then we would do a mini vet check, along with a cri, to see where we were at.  Both looked good and recovered just OK, so it was a good decision not to do another 50 miles today.

Great week end with lots of good friends and new friends.  Although AMBROSE failed (or I failed AMBROSE) on his first attempt we have a NEW game plan in the works to assure victory in the next attempt.

If you surround yourself with the very best in this sport you are bound to excel, that is what I have done with Lindsay and Shannon.  These young ladies bring so much to the table in their knowledge of this sport and experience that I feel very blessed.  I love seeing my very happy horses going down the trail with these two foxy ladies on them with big smiles on their faces.

Over riding your horse!

Very touchy subject but when you get old you can pretty much say what you want because you are OVER worrying about what people think of you.  I guess it takes one to know one.

I have to say that I have been guilty of over riding my horse in the past, but I think if you learn from your mistakes the horse GOD's will forgive you, maybe!   I think you can tolerate the unimformed but when you look at riders with hundreds and hundreds of miles that  do it on a continuing basis it is a real black mark on the spot. A rather harsh statement but it rings true to my ears.  Sometimes I really think that they think it is OK if they just barely manage to get the win or the top 10 and go home with a very sad looking horse.  I know that when I first started I did rationalize in that i was not pushing my horse or asking him to go, he just went as fast as he wanted, so it was OK, we got our completions.

Barely ever did anybody say anything to you, if they did it was just a pasing comment that you could let slide.  What really turns it around is watching the people who have taken the time to really do their homework and who are front runners with horses that looked like they just jumped out of the trailer.  I decided long ago, that is what I wanted my horses to look like...  To get to that mode, at least in my mind, you have to enter each competition with the mind set that you will only go as fast as your horse is comfortable going on that particular day, and damn your placement.  You do have to know your horse and what he is capable of and you also have to train faster then you race.  You cannot go out and train your horse at 10 MPH and then run a race at 12MPH.  If you race at 12MPH you damn well BETTER be training at 15 MPH or better.

I guess that's all I have to say, It sure did not solve anything, did not keep any of our Equine Athletes safe and maybe lost a couple of friends or acquaitences.    Get your friggin race brain back to reality, winning or top tenning a ride and tanking your horse just because you want the prestige of a top placement is stupid.  After the fact and you are looking at probably your best friend in the whole world and they look like shit because you wanted that placement, shame on you, shame on ME, shame on anyone who puts their horse in jeperady for any reason.  We all have learning curve getting to know our horses and all horses are not created equal
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Do your homework, conditon and take care of your horse.  I am talking to the RACERS, not the majority of endurance riders who are just out having fun with their friends and enjoying the fruits of their labors.
On the way home

Riding the Line.....
This for the racers.

Riding the line is something that you hear occassionaly.  It means riding the horse to its full potential without falling over the other side.  As long as you stay on the right side of the line you are a hero, fall off and you are a ASSHOLE.  I have been on both sides of the line and have made a determined effort as to which side of the line that I want my horse on.  Some horses are much more difficult to make that determination as to exactly where you are at in regards to that magical line, but it is your choice.


What are the signs..  We all know the obvious signs, that tell tale dull look that haunts me when I see it.
Even a horse that is still eager to go down the trail can fall on the wrong side of the line.  The very best way is the recovery rate of the horse, but you have to know your horse to know exactly where you are at.  CRI is also important, very important, my personal opinion is that a five beat inverted CRI is not all that important but you really need to take note and it is a very good sign that you need to slow down.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

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