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RE: IAHA & the internet club

Most of the problem between the IAHA and the endurance scene lays on the
side of endurance. I can personally attest to the fact that the IAHA wishes
to work with the AERC. When we get our house in order (the data base) we
will again, I hope, approach the IAHA to include our Arab data into their
CD. That is a major step. In the mean time you should, if you belong to
IAHA, speak with the chair of the Endurance Committee. I would bet she does
not hear from very many endurance riders who have constructive ideas.

If you all get on the fast track and work with the IAHA we will get what the
majority of us want. But, it takes work, correspondence, phone calls, and
being constructive. Bitching will get us no place fast. Remember that we
have to promote endurance a lot more to the IAHA, than the IAHA needs to
promote Arabs to endurance.

Bob Morris

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2001 4:41 PM
Subject: RC: IAHA & the internet club

A while back I called to get info about how to sign a horse up for the
recording of points for getting a Legion of Honor(in Endurance). They didn't
even have a brochure they could send, although I will say they were very
helpful and photocopied the info out of a rule book for me. It just seems
that with Endurance being the Arab horse's "thing" that there would be more
promotion for endurance by IAHA. Maybe there are 10 times as many arabs
used for show, and endurance isn't seen as popular. I wonder what the
are. I did notice that the Arabian Horse America info does show arabs in
distance riding. I don't know why its so hard to get people to try endurance
or CTR. I've only found 2 victims in almost 4 years!


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