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[Fwd: Re: [RC] Ride info] - Jim Holland

I, too, applaude the the hard work by the Horse Welfare Committee.  This issue is of vital importance to AERC and for the safety of our horses and they stepped up to the plate.  Good Job!

Jim, Sun of Dimanche+, and Mahada Magic

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Subject:  Re: [RC] Ride info
Date:  Tue, 24 Feb 2004 13:02:58 EST
From:  DVeritas@xxxxxxx
To:  lanconn@xxxxxxx
CC:  ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

 In a message dated 2/24/2004 9:23:33 AM Mountain Standard Time, lanconn@xxxxxxx writes:
- Number of Vet Checks
- How far between checks
- Hold times
- Pulse criteria
- Was CRI used?

I think this is relevant...and might produce a pattern.  Why not? Can't
hurt, might help.

    Hi Jim,        I, too, think this information is relevant.  SPEED, the way John T broke it down at the PAC, is certainly an indication of a rider's mindset relative to what the Vet Check might reveal.  Do I speed up this next leg, do I slow down?        John T. did a great job of illustrating that in his PAC ride results.  It is information on the vet cards...length of loop, how long did it take, how long to recover, etc.  Should be factored in.        NOTE:  Jim Mitchell and Laura Hayes are quality human beings who are doing something important here.  Where I talk a good game, they actually said, "Hey COACH, put us in."  Good on ya!         Frank