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Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Sophomore Horse Achievement
Sponsored by the Berner/Krauss Family. A sophomore horse is any horse in its second year of competition in Limited Distance or longer events. The award goes to any horse with 300 miles of consecutive completions in limited distance or longer events without a pull. If at any time the horse fails to complete a ride, the count returns to zero. Should no horses qualify, the award would go to the sophomore horse with the best record (in miles) of completions without a pull. Horse must be owned or leased and ridden by a PNER member. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Horse of the Future
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Horse of the Future
Sponsored by Sue McLain Award goes to horses in their first year of the sport with a minimum of 4 consecutive completions, comprised of at least 2 endurance mileage distances. The remaining 2 completions may be limited distance rides, however, if more than 2 limited distance rides are completed during the course of the horse's first ride season, only 2 will be counted toward the achievement of this award. Ride type (endurance or limited distance) may be ridden in any order. Additionally, a pull for any reason (including rider option or overtime) will disqualify the horse from eligibility for the award, regardless of the number of completions previously achieved. Horses may not have been entered in any endurance or limited distance ride previously. Horses must be owned or leased and ridden by PNER members and any number of PNER member riders is allowed. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. Crowned Victory, 4 endurance completions and 1 limited distance completion
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Gaited Horse
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Gaited Horse
Sponsored by the Guice Family. For the gaited horse with the most miles on any distance, any number of PNER riders. Horses must be registered with a recognized breed/gaited horse association. Direct any questions regarding recognized gaited associations to sponsor. (See membership directory for contact information.) Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st (with copy of registration papers).
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Junior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Junior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Sponsored by Mary Nunn. Same criteria as seniors (see Senior Rookie Horse & Rider), but for junior riders only. No recipients in 2016
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Senior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Senior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Sponsored by Carlene & Wally Benson. This award targets horse and rider teams who are new to the sport, neither of whom has completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance competition and encourages completions over the long run. Our goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older) horse, and produce a safe and consistent performance (completion). Award goes to the horse/rider team with the most consecutive completions on PNER rides of less than 50 miles. If at any time the horse/rider team fails to complete a limited distance ride, the count returns to zero. Total mileage on limited distance rides breaks any tie. Minimum of 3 completions to qualify for the award. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 3 Novice Seniors
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 3 Novice Seniors (Beth Bliss Memorial)
For the new rider, never having entered an endurance or limited distance ride prior to the ride season. Total miles, any distance PNER ride, and any number of horses. Verifiable by AERC records. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. .
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 3 Novice Juniors
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 3 Novice Juniors
Same criteria as seniors (see Top 3 Novice Seniors), but for junior riders only.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 5 Couples
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 5 Couples
For couples both completing any PNER event. A couple in defined as two people living together in a committed relationship. They need not ride the same distance, but they must both complete at the same event. Any combination of horses may be used, total points to count. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 5 Families
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 5 Families
A family is defined for purposes of this award as all Senior and Junior PNER members living at the same single family residence. At a minimum one adult and one junior must complete any sanctioned distance offered at the same PNER event for points to count. Any additional family members completing any sanctioned distance at the same event will also receive family points. Any horse/rider combination is acceptable. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Young Rider Mileage
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Young Rider Mileage
Highest mileage 16-21 year old or unsponsored rider between ages 14-16 would be eligible to ride as a young rider and must self nominate to the Points Secretary by August 1st. Rider mileage may be accumulated on any number of horses. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. .
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Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Sophomore Horse Achievement
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Sophomore Horse Achievement
Sponsored by the Berner/Krauss Family. A sophomore horse is any horse in its second year of competition in Limited Distance or longer events. The award goes to any horse with 300 miles of consecutive completions in limited distance or longer events without a pull. If at any time the horse fails to complete a ride, the count returns to zero. Should no horses qualify, the award would go to the sophomore horse with the best record (in miles) of completions without a pull. Horse must be owned or leased and ridden by a PNER member. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Sponsored by Sue McLain Award goes to horses in their first year of the sport with a minimum of 4 consecutive completions, comprised of at least 2 endurance mileage distances. The remaining 2 completions may be limited distance rides, however, if more than 2 limited distance rides are completed during the course of the horse's first ride season, only 2 will be counted toward the achievement of this award. Ride type (endurance or limited distance) may be ridden in any order. Additionally, a pull for any reason (including rider option or overtime) will disqualify the horse from eligibility for the award, regardless of the number of completions previously achieved. Horses may not have been entered in any endurance or limited distance ride previously. Horses must be owned or leased and ridden by PNER members and any number of PNER member riders is allowed. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. Crowned Victory, 4 endurance completions and 1 limited distance completion
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Horse of the Future
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Horse of the Future
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Gaited Horse
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Gaited Horse
Sponsored by the Guice Family. For the gaited horse with the most miles on any distance, any number of PNER riders. Horses must be registered with a recognized breed/gaited horse association. Direct any questions regarding recognized gaited associations to sponsor. (See membership directory for contact information.) Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st (with copy of registration papers).
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Junior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Junior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Sponsored by Mary Nunn. Same criteria as seniors (see Senior Rookie Horse & Rider), but for junior riders only. No recipients in 2016
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Senior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Senior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Sponsored by Carlene & Wally Benson. This award targets horse and rider teams who are new to the sport, neither of whom has completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance competition and encourages completions over the long run. Our goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older) horse, and produce a safe and consistent performance (completion). Award goes to the horse/rider team with the most consecutive completions on PNER rides of less than 50 miles. If at any time the horse/rider team fails to complete a limited distance ride, the count returns to zero. Total mileage on limited distance rides breaks any tie. Minimum of 3 completions to qualify for the award. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 3 Novice Seniors
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 3 Novice Seniors (Beth Bliss Memorial)
For the new rider, never having entered an endurance or limited distance ride prior to the ride season. Total miles, any distance PNER ride, and any number of horses. Verifiable by AERC records. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. .
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 3 Novice Juniors
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 3 Novice Juniors
Same criteria as seniors (see Top 3 Novice Seniors), but for junior riders only.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 5 Couples
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 5 Couples
For couples both completing any PNER event. A couple in defined as two people living together in a committed relationship. They need not ride the same distance, but they must both complete at the same event. Any combination of horses may be used, total points to count. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 5 Families
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 5 Families
A family is defined for purposes of this award as all Senior and Junior PNER members living at the same single family residence. At a minimum one adult and one junior must complete any sanctioned distance offered at the same PNER event for points to count. Any additional family members completing any sanctioned distance at the same event will also receive family points. Any horse/rider combination is acceptable. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Young Rider Mileage
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Young Rider Mileage
Highest mileage 16-21 year old or unsponsored rider between ages 14-16 would be eligible to ride as a young rider and must self nominate to the Points Secretary by August 1st. Rider mileage may be accumulated on any number of horses. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. .
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Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Sophomore Horse Achievement
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Sophomore Horse Achievement
Sponsored by the Berner/Krauss Family. A sophomore horse is any horse in its second year of competition in Limited Distance or longer events. The award goes to any horse with 300 miles of consecutive completions in limited distance or longer events without a pull. If at any time the horse fails to complete a ride, the count returns to zero. Should no horses qualify, the award would go to the sophomore horse with the best record (in miles) of completions without a pull. Horse must be owned or leased and ridden by a PNER member. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Sponsored by Sue McLain Award goes to horses in their first year of the sport with a minimum of 4 consecutive completions, comprised of at least 2 endurance mileage distances. The remaining 2 completions may be limited distance rides, however, if more than 2 limited distance rides are completed during the course of the horse's first ride season, only 2 will be counted toward the achievement of this award. Ride type (endurance or limited distance) may be ridden in any order. Additionally, a pull for any reason (including rider option or overtime) will disqualify the horse from eligibility for the award, regardless of the number of completions previously achieved. Horses may not have been entered in any endurance or limited distance ride previously. Horses must be owned or leased and ridden by PNER members and any number of PNER member riders is allowed. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. Crowned Victory, 4 endurance completions and 1 limited distance completion
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Horse of the Future
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Horse of the Future
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Gaited Horse
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Gaited Horse
Sponsored by the Guice Family. For the gaited horse with the most miles on any distance, any number of PNER riders. Horses must be registered with a recognized breed/gaited horse association. Direct any questions regarding recognized gaited associations to sponsor. (See membership directory for contact information.) Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st (with copy of registration papers).
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Junior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Junior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Sponsored by Mary Nunn. Same criteria as seniors (see Senior Rookie Horse & Rider), but for junior riders only. No recipients in 2016
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Senior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Senior Rookie Horse & Rider of the Year
Sponsored by Carlene & Wally Benson. This award targets horse and rider teams who are new to the sport, neither of whom has completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance competition and encourages completions over the long run. Our goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older) horse, and produce a safe and consistent performance (completion). Award goes to the horse/rider team with the most consecutive completions on PNER rides of less than 50 miles. If at any time the horse/rider team fails to complete a limited distance ride, the count returns to zero. Total mileage on limited distance rides breaks any tie. Minimum of 3 completions to qualify for the award. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 3 Novice Seniors
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 3 Novice Seniors (Beth Bliss Memorial)
For the new rider, never having entered an endurance or limited distance ride prior to the ride season. Total miles, any distance PNER ride, and any number of horses. Verifiable by AERC records. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. .
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 3 Novice Juniors
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 3 Novice Juniors
Same criteria as seniors (see Top 3 Novice Seniors), but for junior riders only.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 5 Couples
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 5 Couples
For couples both completing any PNER event. A couple in defined as two people living together in a committed relationship. They need not ride the same distance, but they must both complete at the same event. Any combination of horses may be used, total points to count. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Top 5 Families
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Top 5 Families
A family is defined for purposes of this award as all Senior and Junior PNER members living at the same single family residence. At a minimum one adult and one junior must complete any sanctioned distance offered at the same PNER event for points to count. Any additional family members completing any sanctioned distance at the same event will also receive family points. Any horse/rider combination is acceptable. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st.
Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides (PNER) Young Rider Mileage
Posted: Wednesday  1st Feb 2017
Young Rider Mileage
Highest mileage 16-21 year old or unsponsored rider between ages 14-16 would be eligible to ride as a young rider and must self nominate to the Points Secretary by August 1st. Rider mileage may be accumulated on any number of horses. Eligibility must be declared to Points Secretary by August 1st. .
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