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    Re: [RC] What Constitutes a Start & Electronic Communication - Dbeverly4

    In a message dated 7/9/2002 4:40:22 PM Pacific Standard Time, jlong@xxxxxxxx writes:

    Randy, I have always believed since the inception of this rule (I was
    there when it was drafted), "prompting" refers to prompting the
    *horse,* it never applied or was intended to apply to providing
    information to the rider, or even encouraging the rider.

    That seems pretty reasonable to me Joe.  So, you guys (Bob Morris, listen up)...what does the Rule Book say about "Starting a Ride"?  Is there anything official in there?  I'm willing to BET that the founders of AERC never thought they'd have to actually define when the ride started.  Interesting times, eh?