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Re: [RC] FEI vs AERC - John Teeter

AERC doesn't have the one-strike and you're out rule - you can present as many times has you like within the 1 hour post finish period. That is one very distinct way that you might complete the AERC and not the FEI divisions. There are, as I recall, a few other special cases (like FEI is 30min and AERC is 60min to reach completion criteria on the longer distances; FEI is 20 min on a 50 whereas AERC is 60min; There might also be differences in the completion criteria (as FEI might choose a 64 pulse and AERC might choose a 60 pulse).


On Mar 9, 2009, at 12:06 PM, Angie Mikkelson wrote:

Question for you guys...

How can a horse be denied completion from FEI but still pass for AERC? Does FEI not have the same completion qualifications?

Thanks - Angie Mikkelson

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[RC] FEI vs AERC, Angie Mikkelson