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the Cariboo Advisor Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Horsin’ around in the Cariboo The Eagleview Equestrian Centre is hosting its annual Horsin’ Around in the Cariboo event this weekend, April 6 and 7. Competition will get underway Saturday at 10 a.m. with Jumping, then 11 a.m. with Hoof n’ Woof, followed by Barrel Racing and Pole Bending at 1 p.m. and Dressage at 4 p.m. On Sunday, the Graham Keith Memorial Cattle Sorting will start at 10 a.m., followed by a gymkhana at 2 p.m., with the weekend wrapping up with the Versatility Horse Awards at 4:30 p.m. It is the second year Eagleview has added

the Versatility Horse Competition to the event, where competitors will be required to compete in four events to show what their horse can do in jumping, dressage, cattle sorting and pole bending. Top scorer wins bragging rights and awards. As well as the competitions, there will be many trade booths set up throughout the weekend and also a concession with great food. Admission is free. The Eagleview Equestrian Centre is a privately owned facility located about 20 minutes southwest of Williams Lake off of Dog Creek Road.

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Dylan Sinclair, Mitchel Watt and Brayden Methot kick off the mountain biking season Monday with a ride on Fox Rocks and Dogbone, which are part of the Fox Mountain Trail System off of Mason Road. Bike season always starts on Fox Mounatin a few weeks earlier than the rest of the trails around the lakecity thanks to its southern exposure.

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Learn to Run program changes lives The Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex is starting its 12-week ‘Learn to Run’ program on Thursday, April 4th at 5 p.m. The program is designed for beginner runners and will give you the basics of establishing your own sustainable running program that you will carry on beyond the 12-week program, theoretically the rest of your life. It will provide you with adequate base training to enter the local Kidsport Classic on Sunday, June 23rd either in the 5 km (team) or 10 km (individual or

team) categories. The program is designed to gently increase your running distance.  It starts with 30 seconds of running and 4 minutes of walking and slowly increases the endurance so that you are able to participate in a 5km Kidsport Classic Run at the end of the program. The Learn to Run Program changed the lives of Angela Laprairie, Jillian Neuner, Treena Brown, Jill Jennings, Tammy James, and Janice Laurie.  In 2006 Jill Jennings signed up to take the Kidsport Classic training pro-

gram so that she could learn to run. Jill was soon hooked on running, and convinced three of her coworkers to try the program the following year. “That first running session, I had ‘lawn mowing’ runners, sweat pants and a T-shirt to wear,” laughs Angela. “And the first thirty seconds of running was the longest thirty seconds ever!’  It was hard for the group to believe that they would actually run 5 kilometres, let alone someday be running ½ marathons.
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initially brought the four women together, the “homework runs” really developed the group. They met at each others’ houses and carefully stuck to the timed walk/run schedule that their trainer gave them. “It is a mistake to look ahead in the running schedule because you will scare yourself.  Just stick to the week in front of you,” explains Dora Foote, who joined the group in 2008. The cost of the program is $89.00.  For more information, contact Denise Skarra at 250-398-7665.

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April 3, 2013, Cariboo Advisor  
April 3, 2013, Cariboo Advisor  

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