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RE: Good Old Tom Ivers
Title: Good Old Tom Ivers
making any suppositions about non-AERC sanctioned FEI rides review the hierarchy
of how the FEI is purported to work in each country.
Starting from the top down you have the FEI that only talks to the
"National Federation of the particular country. In the case of the US The FEI
purportedly only has contact with the USA/E (ex-AHSA). This National Federation
is the over all group representing the several disciplines in the Equestrian
competition field. The NF then talks with the group representing the particular
discipline for the country and in our case the AERC.
the AERC does not approve of a particular ride and refuses sanctioning then the
USA/E should refuse the sanctioning and the FEI should deny its sanctioning.
it goes on paper! It has not been put to the test as yet as the occasion has
not, to my knowledge, presented itself. If in the case of the ROC, FEI
sanctioning is granted, and the AERC does not submit a very strongly worded
protest to the USA/E and the FEI, then the AERC is well on the way to being
acknowledges as not representing endurance competition in the United
yet to hear any one questioning fully, the ROC Management
statements. Where is our
leadership? And as you stated <<<He was kissing up
to Michael Stone and talking about “professionalism” in endurance.>>
Got my copy of Endurance World yesterday.
Guess who wrote the editor. Our guy, TI. He was kissing up to
Michael Stone and talking about “professionalism” in endurance. Then he
suggested that there could be FEI endurance rides that are not AERC sanctioned
in the United States. Hmmmm….. ROC?………
Anyhoo, I haven’t heard anything about any
endurance rides that are not sanctioned by AERC besides the ROC.
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