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RE: [RC] Define "An Endurance Rider"? - Alison Farrin

Me. And my kid was reserve junior national LD champ a few years back.  He is NOT an endurance rider.  He never finished a 50 mile ride.  She will have a lot more respect for herself and her accomplishments when she does finish her first 50 as a real endurance rider.  My son knows he never rode endurance.  He is proud of what he accomplished, but he never called himself something he is not, just because he would like to have been.
Alison A. Farrin

From: ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Patricia Israelson
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 7:41 PM
To: Ride Camp
Subject: [RC] Define "An Endurance Rider"?

To those of you who are "discussing" whether Limited Distance riders should be considered to be Endurance Riders;
Which one of you legalists would like to tell her that she's not a "real" Endurance Rider yet? 
Patty Israelson  

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[RC] Define "An Endurance Rider"?, Patricia Israelson