Throwback Thursday: 6th Thanksgiving Day Edition

Happy Thanksgiving! Illustration by Lindsey Kahn. Happy Thanksgiving! Illustration by Lindsey Kahn.

Happy Thanksgiving, EN! As is tradition on Turkey Day, we’re taking a look back on our posts from years past. It’s hard to believe this is our sixth year! From John’s very first Thanksgiving post in 2009 to last year’s hilarious roundup of Thanksgiving traditions, looking back on how far we’ve come makes us very thankful for your loyalty. Cheers to you!

And I know what you’re all thinking: What have we cooked up to celebrate Thanksgiving this year? You’ll have to keep checking back to find out! Here’s a hint: It involves John dressed in a turkey costume. And yes, it’s as hilarious as it sounds. We’ll also have our updated guide to Black Friday shopping going up later in the day. From the EN family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!

2009: EN’s First Thanksgiving Post

“With respect to Eventing Nation, thank you to the thousands of you who have welcomed us into your eventing lives. It may seem like a small thing for you to log onto Eventing Nation, but we put a great deal of time into developing the best eventing content to serve our readers, and every single visitor means a great deal to us. Thank you all so very much and go eventing.”

2010: Much to Be Thankful For

“I challenge everyone to remember and appreciate all the many things we have to be thankful for this season. Thanks to our riders for taking the time to send us their responses, and as always thank you for reading.”

2011: Beware of Attacking Turkeys

“The turkeys in question might claim self defense, but I think not.  You be the judge.”

2012: EN Asks: What is Your Favorite Thing About Thanksgiving?

“From the EN family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you enjoy this very special day to spend inside/warm and with food, as Sinead Halpin would say.”

2013: EN Asks: What’s Your Favorite Thanksgiving Tradition?

“The red wine has been known to flow like the salmon of the Capistrano. This occasionally leads to some notable athletic contests, such as brother-on-brother form tackling and Greco-Roman wrestling. Injuries are common, though a dislocated shoulder and bite marks have  thankfully been the worst of them to date.”

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