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How technology is going to make the 2020 Olympics better, safer, and more exciting — Popular Science
About 100 riders are injured in eventing falls every year, and when a multimillion-dollar horse goes down, even a minor injury like a twisted ankle can end its career.
Computerized bases on the ground could project holographic obstacles, such as four-foot fences and 15-foot-wide pools, in place of dangerous physical objects.
Line-of-sight infrared beams could monitor the edges of the obstacles; if the horse breaks the beam, the system would instantly alert the judges—and the crowd—to the fault.
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“They’re back! The Budweiser Clydesdales will return to the Rose Parade in 2015, along with other favorite equestrian groups, Pres. Richard L. Chinen announced….”
Joell Dunlap’s OTTB (Off The Track Thoroughbred) Lee never stopped giving–even after he was gone.
Lad died on Joe Shelton’s ranch in 2002. I thought Lad’s story ended at that point and he was just a tender memory for me, my son and a few others.
Boy, was I wrong. Hang on folks, this is where things turn mystical.