But… I was supposed to win 

5 thoughts on “But… I was supposed to win ”

  1. Losing with grace is much more important than not getting what you want. “Failure”, when used as a tool, can be more empowering than getting everything you want. I have struggled so much, but have now come to embrace failure. I have much to learn still, but this is a truth I have learned and now live!

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  2. Great post Julia

    Riders and people in the stands need to remember it’s a judged sport and everybody has had to work hard to get there. Sometimes the judge doesn’t see someone’s muck ups and sometimes they do. It doesn’t truly matter what color ribbon or if you get a ribbon that matters, it’s the journey to get there and what that journey has taught you.

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