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3 thoughts on “For the Good of the Game

  1. Interesting concept. Getting experience riding different horses with different temperaments, training levels and learning curves makes a better rider than one who rides only one horse.

    A child may well become more self-sufficient, confident and empowered by learning how to get along and form a team with different players. Its more challenging on the coaches, I imagine…but more fun too.
    Have studies been done on the benefits for the kids?
    Sharon O’Hara

  2. Good article, Karen – thanks. It shows a great need for soccer- any team sport?- in the kids life.

    I wonder how many of the kids would turn out without their friends? The article seemed to indicate kids played because their friends played.
    I wonder what percent of the kids turned out to play simply because they wanted to play soccer?
    The kids and adults I know pick activities they are interested in and meet people with similar interests who may become friends.

    Sharon O’Hara

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