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RE: RC: Fwd: RC: Re: Australian System
Here in Idaho every ride I do is competitive! Considering where my wife
likes to ride it is a competition to just return to the barn some days.
From: Hickory Ridge Arabians [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2001 11:57 AM
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Subject: RC: RC: Fwd: RC: Re: Australian System
In Indiana half of our rides are CTR rides. We use
them for the young horses, plus for training rides.
Diane & Jerry Fruth
Jerry & Diane Fruth
Hickory Ridge Arabians
Home of JABASK KNIGHT
On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Truman Prevatt wrote...
>In FL I would say most riders have done both CTR and endurance. At a
>in the sunshine state, it's not unusual to find world class FEI
>riders with new young horses. Most of us down here that primarily do
>endurance will do a CTR from time to time and most of the riders that
>primarily do CTR will do an endurance ride from time to time.
>It depends on the individual horse of course, but as a rule I would
>question the wisdon of using a horse for endurance that interferes
>point that you could not do a 25 mile CTR without the aid of boots. I
>think NATRAC has changed the "no pads" rule which is a positive step.
>Jennifer Layman wrote:
>> Yeah, but how many endurance riders actually start out in CTR?? I
>> didn't!!! I had a mare that needed splint boots, etc. and so
>> couldn't take her in NATRAC. At the time that was the only CTR
>> I knew of. I know several other people that have done years of
>> endurance and never done a CTR. There are no guarantees that an
>> endurance rookie with start with a good slow base.
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