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Re: RC: RE: responsibility is the owner's,not the vets
I don't know where Marlene if from Carolyn, but I was just making a point
tongue-in-cheek...we want the horse checked, not the fashion. I think CTR
is a great way to do it and AERC ought to 'borrow' from it.
Kimberly (&Mystery the Morab)
>From: "Carolyn Burgess" <email@example.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: RC: RE: responsibility is the owner's,not the vets
>Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 16:05:16 -0400
>I don't know where you guys do CTR, but ECTRA doesn't do anything like
>you've said here. It is a great training ground for endurance, which I
>plan to move up to when my horse is ready. When I did my first CTR, I did
>ride with an experience rider, which helped me with things like P & R, but
>we were at a similar riding level and horses of similar capabilities.
>There was nothing about groomed out horses and the likes.
>----Original Message Follows----
>From: Marlene Moss <email@example.com>
>To: "'KIMBERLY PRICE'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
>Subject: RC: RE: responsibility is the owner's,not the vets
>Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 11:34:19 -0600
><<I really think LD should be changed and copy CTR or NATRC guidelines
>without all the fussing about judging obstacles, tying to trailers etc.
>That is why many people go to LD first and not CTR's...they don't want to
>judged on how shiny their horse's mane is or if they have a hard time
>mounting from the ground! >>
>Haha, at my last CTR, we learned that it was important to spray glitter on
>the horse and rider. Much safer that way I'm sure!
>I would definitely welcome LD rides to have some of the control factors of
>CTR, w/o the judging stuff. Someone mentioned a ride where a prize was
>given to the rider who came in closest to an unknown "optimal time". I
>thought that sounded cool. Probably wouldn't like that to be the biggest
>prize, but definitely could be one important enough to get some attention!
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