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Re: [RC] okay, another question - Elizabeth Walker

If the rider took the horse onto a trail that was not being used by the ride, or used a marked trail after all the contestants had finished, then I would agree with you. That isn't what happened.

The horse was DQ'd for being a potential hazard, and the person rode the horse in the event *anyway*. Rule applies, as this person first entered the event, and then was DQ'd. This isn't someone that just happened to show up at the venue for a private trail ride.

On Apr 6, 2009, at 3:07 PM, Truman Prevatt wrote:

DQ from the AERC event but it does not keep them off of public trails. The AERC cannot dictate who rides and who does not ride on public trails. This even happened on private land so the owner could have asked them to leave which would have solved the problem.



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