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Re: [RC] Regional 100 mile incentive programs - Truman Prevatt


You are exactly right. Many top riders use both CTR 3 day 100's to build up to a 100 mile endurance ride. The FHA 100 was first run in 1947 - many years before the first endurance ride.

I think we lose sight of the fact that it is a large community and especially in the SE - it is a shared community - of distance riders.

Angie didn't seem to know she had ridden in many co-sanctioned AERC/SERA/SEDRA rides. In fact what she quoted as one of her favorite rides, Million Pines, has been SEDRA sanctioned from the first running. I guess she doesn't pay attention ;-) .

When it comes down to it we are a family of distance riders. If we can help one another - that is even better.


Teri wrote:
I can name several members who are in the northeast that belong to SEDRA and
SERA.  To name one, Dinah and Steve Rojek.  There was an article in the
Endurance News magazine (not sure which issue) that states it is very good
for horse and rider (new horse / new rider) to do both CTR and endurance.
Dinah wrote it. There is a CTR here in Florida that is one of the oldest
rides.  The Vermont 100 talks about it all the time, it is called the FHA
100.  I think it is a great idea for all riders who are new to come into the
picture and ride in both disciplines.  It is all about preference.

In case you would like to see what SEDRA and SERA are all about you can go
to www.distanceriding.com for SEDRA and www.seraonline.org



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