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[RC] Fwd: Rider cards - John Teeter

from Buddy (and Buddy, you know you can send it directly to ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx yourself:)

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From: "Buddy Gleason" <glea6826@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: March 12, 2009 8:10:12 PM MST
To: "John Teeter" <johnt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Fw: Rider cards

: Fw: Rider cards

A reply to JT and RC re: Ride cards..... Should have included that Rider cards are the property of the rider after given to the rider after paying entry fees, etc.And starting the ride..Then the card and information collected throughout the ride is for the rider and Vets. If the rider agrees by signing a RELEASE of the information gathered during the ride to others by ride management keeping the card and so that data goes out to who>>> This information is valuable and used by people gaining........ So, the rider should agree to and sign a release to allowing their moments on the trail with their horse to be used or not used. OR To remain on the card and not beyond... Buddy
: Rider cards

Rider cards are the property of the rider and not of ride management... Unless, the rider or person paying entry fee signs a release that ride management or others are permitted to use the information collected on that rider card through out the duration of the ride.. Being fully informed on just how this information will be used... The rider card is BLANK except for the information at the top, rider name, horse name, entry number, date of ride, etc.. From that time on... Information collected is for the vets to determine how the horse is performing and should it continue on to the next loop, etc. ALWAYS hoping for a completion and a fit to continue....Then, the card is PRESENTED back to the rider with thanks and gratitude and the always awarded, Tee shirt, that the rider entered the ride in the first place.. Just my opinion... Buddy. AERC member #18416


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