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Re: [RC] this LD discussion - Truman Prevatt

Yep and one has to wonder just why there is a one word difference between rule 9 and L9 since what you stated below is perfectly legal under rule 9.

Personally I don't care if a ride manager decides to select BC by the horse's foot size (left front for the 100, right front for the 50 and left rear for the 25) and the phase of the moon when the horse was born. One might expect that riders that attend the ride might since if they did win BC in would not count with AERC.

All the rule basically says is if you don't do it as prescribed by the AERC the AERC won't accpet it.

Truman

Jonni Jewell wrote:
Well dang, thank you Truman, for clearing this all up! Some got their riding
tights all in a wad it seems over nothing. So it seems a ride could chose to
still do their own kind of BC (such as high vet score) but if they do not do
the AERC type scoring, it is not counted towards AERC BC award programs.
(such as Tevis judging for the Haggin Cup without using the AERC BC score
sheets.)

So, management can still do their own thing, and do what they feel is right
for their ride.Thanks so much for finally printing the proposals wording!!!
Seems like the subject could be put to rest now. (but it won't <grin> we
have to beat it around awhile longer)

Jonni



  

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We imitate our masters only because we are not yet masters ourselves, and only

We imitate our masters only because we are not yet masters ourselves, and only

because in doing so we learn the truth about what cannot be imitated.

 


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