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August 14, 1992 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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ed on top. The rider gallops
the horse around the course,
then slows down to leap over
:) the obstacles without knock-
ing down the rails. Penalties
,, are assessed for each rail
I knocked down and each
obstacle a horse refuses to
jump over.
Equestrian sports, featur-
ing valuable horses and fan-
cy uniforms, may have an
elite look to them, but Golds-
tein's career shows that the
sport is not limited to the
rich.
Goldstein fell in love with
horses in grade school after
visiting a stable with a
friend. Goldstein's family was
not poor, but they were put-
ting two older siblings
through college and could on-
- ly afford to pay for one riding
lesson a week. But that
> wasn't enough for young
Margie.
"I did whatever I could,
from cleaning dog and cat
kennels, to grooming to
anything I could to earn extra
money to ride?' Goldstein
says.
She also learned riding
skills by watching other
riders and, eventually, by
competing herself. At first,
she would ride any horse she
could get. "Whether they
--, , were bad horses or whatever,"
she says. "Anything I was
able to ride, I did."
Over the years, she
developed "what's called a
'horse sense! " It comes with
experience and spending time
with the animals and know-
ing how they're going to res-
pond and react to different
situations.
Goldstein emphasizes that
horse and rider must be a
team. The team's success
depends on "how well the
horse and rider work
together. One without the
other is not really worth
anything," she says.
Goldstein plans to continue
competing with an eye on the
goal which she missed this
year — the Olympics. "That's
probably my top goal. That's
something hopefully, in '96
I'll strive for again,
everything permitting?' ❑

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