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hypothesis for you Terre: suppose that the SASO, The Washoe and the Biltmore
were not FEI sanctioned. And FEI sanctioning means only an additional fee to be
paid and several additional officials. Would the riders have performed in any
manner to make then unsuitable for international competition? And as to these
much vaunted FEI rules, it appears that many of them were "bent" to accommodate
some particular condition or another at each ride.
the end result have been any different if these particular rides were held with
just the AERC Rules?
grant you, some of the riders may have resorted to tank tops and shorts, but
would that be enough to say that the particular rider was not qualified to be
entered in some future straight FEI ride?
incidentally I prefer the tank tops and shorts, the
collars on the shirts are good only for wiping your nose.
Bob Morris wrote:The
FEI should have ABSOLUTELY NO influence on how a member of a national team is
chosen or the type of event at which the choice is made.
believe that they do. Completing an "FEI Ride" qualifies riders to nominate
for Continental or World FEI competition--in other words, produces a "pool" of
qualified riders. How you select riders from that pool is entirely up to
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