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Re: [RC] CTR as part of AERC? (was: 3-day 100) - Sisu West Ranch

"...where both CTR and endurance riders were on the same
trail at the same time and it worked just fine..."

There you hit the potential advantages to the AERC, the riders and the Ride Manager.

Because rides have high fixed costs, the extra fees from more riders help the finances. Many families have members who do only one or the other sport, thus they can satisfy all members with one trip. Many folk participate in more rides, generating more ride fees, because they ride twice in a weekend.

By seeing how the other half does things riders learn, or decide to do another sport when they would not have gone to see the other sport if it was not on the same venue.

For a smidge of additional record keeping the AERC would get more sanction fees, and memberships.
Ed & Wendy Hauser
2994 Mittower Road
Victor, MT 59875

(406) 381-5527



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[RC] CTR as part of AERC? (was: 3-day 100), k s swigart
Re: [RC] CTR as part of AERC? (was: 3-day 100), Sisu West Ranch
Re: [RC] CTR as part of AERC? (was: 3-day 100), Elizabeth Walker
Re: [RC] CTR as part of AERC? (was: 3-day 100), Truman Prevatt