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Clark Co. Teen Competes in Endurance Riding

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 8/11/2013 11:33 pm
Sixteen year-old Paige Taylor still has two more years of high school, but is already a professional endurance horse racing veteran.

Taylor started riding when she was two and began competing in the 50-mile long races a few years ago.

Her grandmother Janice Taylor introduced her to horses and endurance racing when she was a toddler.

Janice Taylor has competed in endurance races since the 70's and still goes out on the courses with her granddaughter.

Taylor, who's also on the George Rodgers Clark basketball, team says she hopes she can go to a college where she can still play basketball and race horses.
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