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Re: [RC] Rider Cards (was FEI) - Steph Teeter

I generally try to give the rider cards back to the riders after awards, but it's a real hassle to mail them to people after the ride and I try to avoid that.

But there have been times when I was glad I still had the cards - confirming finish times or arrival times (if an error was made in the results), verifying horse/rider info, and a little more info in the case of a protest or similar issue.


On Mar 10, 2009, at 5:47 PM, Katrina Mosshammer wrote:

I'm not commenting on anything to do with FEI.

But I have a question that I would like to ask you and Becky, and any other fellow RMs. I have officially been an RM for 4 years now and have been asst RM/Ride Sec for my mother's rides since I was 12yo so I'm not new to management and AERC's paperwork.

What information do you need from the rider cards (besides pull codes) that has to be put in your ride results for AERC? This is an honest question.

When I fill out my AERC forms all I have to have is my master registration sheet and my timer sheet. I give the rider cards back at awards because I don't need them for anything and it does save me mailing them out later.

I'm just curious, because I have heard several RMs say they have to have them and just as many that don't and I was just wondering what the difference was.

Katrina Mosshammer (AERC # 5763)

From: marybenstover
Sent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 6:11 PM
To: ridecamp
Subject: [RC] FEI

This is a response from Becky Hart to me

The rider cards are the property of the ride management. They are our records and we use to to complete our forms. Riders should not expect to get the cards back. IN 30+ years of competing at every level I have never expected my card back. I would suggest this person manage a ride to see the amount of paperwork and the need for the cards to complete it.

As far as FEI, usually most people don't understand how it works w/ AERC until they have done it. Often an explanation is all it takes, or maybe not....


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[RC] FEI, marybenstover
Re: [RC] Rider Cards (was FEI), Katrina Mosshammer