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[RC] OK, call me an Endurance snob,.. - John Teeter

but then again, 100 miles in one day is only a part of the whole:

??CuChullaine and Basha O'Reilly are planning the first non-stop, around-the-world equestrian expedition --


On Apr 1, 2009, at 3:39 PM, Tom Sites wrote:

Angie, you got this ball a'rollin by your initial comment on the GB Pony Clubbers post and a partial response of....
"OK, call me an Endurance snob, but this irks the crap out of me. Now "Endurance" is 12-22 miles????? The most you can do is 22 miles? ...they need to call this "hacking " or something."
You were responding to a 9 year old girls impression of Endurance in Great Britian.? That would not have been the same response of CeCi Butler when she was doing 100's as a child and?led SERA, the OD and others ?to enact the 8 yo rule.? Or, Tommy or Cliffy Lewis when they did their "Endurance" rides and the grief they had to endure as a family.
Kat, i agree with YOU.?
100 miles in?one day is Endurance.? Let the other stuff fluff towards whatever way politics and $$$ dictate.? This must be the winter LD discussion.
tom sites