Re: [RC] AERA Letter to FEI re Jerez - Becky Huffman
----- Original Message ----- From: Laura Hayes <mark@xxxxxxxxxx>> The letter
stated: >>To put this politely the winning> > horse seemed to display a
pronounced gate abnormality.
> Angie asked: >>>This is the first time I've heard this anywhere. Anyone
who> was present> at the finish want to comment? Privately if not
> Yes, I will respond, and publicly. YES, the winning horse displayed a>
pronounced gait abnormality. I was there.> > Laura Hayes AERC#2741
ok, I haven't seen much response on this so I'll step up and ask the burning
Why was this horse not pulled at the finish?
Does FEI not require 'fit to continue' at the finish?
Was there a 'trot for completion' (apart from crossing the finish line) at
which the gait abnormality was not present?
Becky Huffman, Cleburne, Texas
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- [RC] AERA Letter to FEI re Jerez, Laura Hayes