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The Great Thing About Saltine Crackers At A Show
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The Great Thing About Saltine Crackers At A Show

Being nervous before riding in a show is a normal feeling that most people experience, including me. But there's a way to feel less anxious. Saltine crackers are the answer to a case of jitters before a show. The bubbly, unpleasant feeling in your stomach is acidic, and eating the saltine crackers absorbs that and gives you a calm, less jumpy stomach. Eating saltine crackers is also distracting and helps relieve stress. 

You can try bringing saltine crackers and eating them maybe a division before you show. I also like to talk to my friends about our courses while we're munching on saltines. Well let me know how it works! Don't forget the saltine crackers next time you go to a show!!! :)

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  1. Chestnut Mare
    Chestnut Mare
    Voted. This is very handy advice, thanks! I do suffer from nervous indigestion a .lot, so I will try these (I would never have thought of them!) You might be interested in my latest blog, The Real Horse Whisperers, please check it out and vote if you like it.
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    1. Izzy Wilder
      Izzy Wilder
      Can't wait to read your post! Thanks for reading mine!! :)
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  2. Rene Wright
    Rene Wright
    Voted. Great tip! I'll have to try it next time. Please check out my recent blog: Building Confidence Takes Time & vote if you like it. Thanks! :)
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    1. Izzy Wilder
      Izzy Wilder
      Can't wait to read ur blog! Thanks for voting for mine!!
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