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Awards for Rider & Horse Groupings
Top 25 Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance.  (Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 25 Senior Rider & Horse
Top 10 Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance.  (Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 10 Junior Rider & Horse
Top 5 Limited Distance High Mileage Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most miles on limited distance events. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 5 Limited Distance High Mileage Senior Rider & Horse
Sandybaar This award honors the legacy of Harold “Sandy” Sanders and his little Arabian stallion, Sandybaar.  The duo competed in the PNER region in the early years of the sport and their record includes over 2,500 miles without a single pull and were a top national rider/horse combination in the mid-1970s. Recognition is given to the explicit pairing of one rider (of any age) and one horse with a minimum of 10 consecutive ride completions during a single ride season.  (Limited distance and/or endurance events are counted.)  A pull puts the count back to zero unless the rider and horse have already successfully completed 10 consecutive events.  
Sandybaar
Top 3 100-Mile Senior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Melissa Coy The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most completions on one-day 100-mile distance events throughout the ride season is recognized.  Points break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement does not apply but a minimum of two PNER one-day 100-mile distance events must be completed for the award, or full complement of placings to be presented.  
Animal Horse Sponsored by Dory Jackson The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) accumulating the most consecutive miles of any distance during the ride season.  A pull returns the mileage count to zero and the pair start over.  (Miles on both limited distance and endurance distance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Animal Horse
Tsyd’s Partner Sponsored by the Fiedler Family (Nomination required by December 1) Named after an exceptional horse owned and ridden by the Fiedler Family, this award recognizes the special relationship between rider and equine – a bond that develops after extensive miles and years and indicative of a deep connection of trust and admiration.  The award is determined by the award sponsor through qualitative judgment of nomination submittals. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) with a minimum of five years of competing together in endurance distances or partnered together for 2,000 or more accumulated lifetime miles (any distance).  Prior year’s miles or years may have been accumulated outside the PNER region.  The minimum completion requirement does not apply.  However, the horse and rider team must be actively competing in PNER region events (any distance).  A nomination submittal must be sent to the Awards Coordinator by December 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The nomination submittal must include a description of how the rider and horse team personify that special human/equine connection.  A list of eligible recipients and any submitted materials will be forwarded to the award sponsor.  
Rookie Senior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Carlene & Wally Benson (Nomination required by August 1) This award targets the Senior rider and horse team, both new to the sport.  The intent is to encourage completion over the long run.  Neither rider nor horse can have completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance events combined.  The goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older horse) and produce a safe and consistent performance (ride completion). The award goes to the rider and horse team with the most consecutive completions on limited distance events and a minimum of three completions is required to qualify for the award.  A pull on a limited distance event puts the count back to zero and total accumulated miles on limited distance events break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Rookie Senior Rider & Horse
Rookie Junior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Mary Nunn (Nomination required by August 1) This award targets the Junior rider and horse team, both new to the sport.  The intent is to encourage completion over the long run.  Neither rider nor horse can have completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance events combined.  The goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older horse) and produce a safe and consistent performance (ride completion). The award goes to the rider and horse team with the most consecutive completions on limited distance events and a minimum of three completions is required to qualify for the award.  A pull on a limited distance event puts the count back to zero.  Total accumulated miles on limited distance events break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Rookie Junior Rider & Horse
250-Mile Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) accumulating 250 or more miles during the ride season.  (Miles on both limited distance and endurance distance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
250-Mile Rider & Horse
Top 3 State/Province Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance in the state in which the member resides.  Only rides in the rider’s home state or province are counted for these standings (except Montana riders whose point totals will include any ride recognized by PNER).  Points on both Limited Distance and Endurance events are counted. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  For purposes of this award residence is defined as the mailing address on file with PNER.  The minimum completion requirement applies.    British Columbia Juniors  
Top 3 State/Province Junior Rider & Horse
Top 3 Limited Distance High Mileage Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most miles on limited distance events. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Don't forget, the following requirements apply to all PNER awards: Awards are available to members of Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides, Inc. (PNER) and horses ridden by PNER members. PNER membership is required and is not retroactive.  Events ridden prior to the processing of an individual’s membership are not counted toward PNER awards in the applicable ride season. The awards cycle covers the PNER ride season (January 1 through December 31 annually). Rides sanctioned through organizations recognized by PNER and located in the PNER region are considered in award determination, unless otherwise specified in the award description. Unless otherwise specified in the award description, a minimum of three sanctioned events or 150 or more miles during the applicable PNER ride season must be successfully completed by the rider, horse, rider and horse team, or group of riders (e.g., family, couple, team).  This requirement applies to the distances covered by the specific award.  For example, if the award description specifies only endurance distances are recognized for an award and the individual completed one 100-mile event and one 50-mile event, then the award recipient would have met the requirement by having completed 150 endurance miles although not having completed three endurance events. If the requirement is not met, the award or full complement of placings will not be presented.  Individual award descriptions cover whether the minimum completion requirement applies. Some awards require nomination.  Members must submit the requested materials to the Awards Coordinator or appropriate individual on or before the nomination due date.  Failure to do so by the submittal deadline will result in the individual being ineligible to receive the award. Rider age is determined as of January 1 of each year and covers the full PNER ride season.  Age classifications for award recognition purposes are defined below and in some cases, a rider may qualify for multiple categories (e.g., a Senior Rider could also qualify for Golden Years or a Senior Rider could qualify as a Young Rider). Junior Rider – A rider under age 16. Young Rider – A rider age 16 to 21 (not yet age 22). Senior Rider – A rider age 16 or older. Golden Years – A rider age 65 and older.
Top 3 State/Province Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance in the state in which the member resides.  Only rides in the rider’s home state or province are counted for these standings (except Montana riders whose point totals will include any ride recognized by PNER).  Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  For purposes of this award residence is defined as the mailing address on file with PNER.  The minimum completion requirement applies. British Columbia Seniors
Top 3 State/Province Senior Rider & Horse Top 3 Limited Distance High Mileage Junior Rider & Horse Tsyd’s Partner
Idaho Seniors
Washington Seniors
Oregon Seniors
Montana Seniors
   Idaho Juniors
   Washington Juniors
 Oregon Juniors
Montana Juniors
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Don't forget, the following requirements apply to all PNER awards: Awards are available to members of Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides, Inc. (PNER) and horses ridden by PNER members. PNER membership is required and is not retroactive.  Events ridden prior to the processing of an individual’s membership are not counted toward PNER awards in the applicable ride season. The awards cycle covers the PNER ride season (January 1 through December 31 annually). Rides sanctioned through organizations recognized by PNER and located in the PNER region are considered in award determination, unless otherwise specified in the award description. Unless otherwise specified in the award description, a minimum of three sanctioned events or 150 or more miles during the applicable PNER ride season must be successfully completed by the rider, horse, rider and horse team, or group of riders (e.g., family, couple, team).  This requirement applies to the distances covered by the specific award.  For example, if the award description specifies only endurance distances are recognized for an award and the individual completed one 100-mile event and one 50-mile event, then the award recipient would have met the requirement by having completed 150 endurance miles although not having completed three endurance events. If the requirement is not met, the award or full complement of placings will not be presented.  Individual award descriptions cover whether the minimum completion requirement applies. Some awards require nomination.  Members must submit the requested materials to the Awards Coordinator or appropriate individual on or before the nomination due date.  Failure to do so by the submittal deadline will result in the individual being ineligible to receive the award. Rider age is determined as of January 1 of each year and covers the full PNER ride season.  Age classifications for award recognition purposes are defined below and in some cases, a rider may qualify for multiple categories (e.g., a Senior Rider could also qualify for Golden Years or a Senior Rider could qualify as a Young Rider). Junior Rider – A rider under age 16. Young Rider – A rider age 16 to 21 (not yet age 22). Senior Rider – A rider age 16 or older. Golden Years – A rider age 65 and older.
Awards for Rider & Horse Groupings
Top 25 Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance.  (Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 25 Senior Rider & Horse
Top 10 Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance.  (Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 10 Junior Rider & Horse
Top 3 State/Province Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance in the state in which the member resides.  Only rides in the rider’s home state or province are counted for these standings (except Montana riders whose point totals will include any ride recognized by PNER).  Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  For purposes of this award residence is defined as the mailing address on file with PNER.  The minimum completion requirement applies. British Columbia Seniors
Top 3 State/Province Senior Rider & Horse
Idaho Seniors
Montana Seniors
Oregon Seniors
Washington Seniors
Top 3 State/Province Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance in the state in which the member resides.  Only rides in the rider’s home state or province are counted for these standings (except Montana riders whose point totals will include any ride recognized by PNER).  Points on both Limited Distance and Endurance events are counted. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  For purposes of this award residence is defined as the mailing address on file with PNER.  The minimum completion requirement applies.    British Columbia Juniors  
Top 3 State/Province Junior Rider & Horse
   Idaho Juniors
Montana Juniors
 Oregon Juniors
   Washington Juniors
Top 5 Limited Distance High Mileage Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most miles on limited distance events. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 5 Limited Distance High Mileage Senior Rider & Horse
Top 3 Limited Distance High Mileage Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most miles on limited distance events. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 Limited Distance High Mileage Junior Rider & Horse
Sandybaar This award honors the legacy of Harold “Sandy” Sanders and his little Arabian stallion, Sandybaar.  The duo competed in the PNER region in the early years of the sport and their record includes over 2,500 miles without a single pull and were a top national rider/horse combination in the mid-1970s. Recognition is given to the explicit pairing of one rider (of any age) and one horse with a minimum of 10 consecutive ride completions during a single ride season.  (Limited distance and/or endurance events are counted.)  A pull puts the count back to zero unless the rider and horse have already successfully completed 10 consecutive events.  
Sandybaar
Top 3 100-Mile Senior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Melissa Coy The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most completions on one-day 100-mile distance events throughout the ride season is recognized.  Points break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement does not apply but a minimum of two PNER one-day 100-mile distance events must be completed for the award, or full complement of placings to be presented.  
Animal Horse Sponsored by Dory Jackson The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) accumulating the most consecutive miles of any distance during the ride season.  A pull returns the mileage count to zero and the pair start over.  (Miles on both limited distance and endurance distance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Animal Horse
Tsyd’s Partner Sponsored by the Fiedler Family (Nomination required by December 1) Named after an exceptional horse owned and ridden by the Fiedler Family, this award recognizes the special relationship between rider and equine – a bond that develops after extensive miles and years and indicative of a deep connection of trust and admiration.  The award is determined by the award sponsor through qualitative judgment of nomination submittals. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) with a minimum of five years of competing together in endurance distances or partnered together for 2,000 or more accumulated lifetime miles (any distance).  Prior year’s miles or years may have been accumulated outside the PNER region.  The minimum completion requirement does not apply.  However, the horse and rider team must be actively competing in PNER region events (any distance).  A nomination submittal must be sent to the Awards Coordinator by December 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The nomination submittal must include a description of how the rider and horse team personify that special human/equine connection.  A list of eligible recipients and any submitted materials will be forwarded to the award sponsor.  
Tsyd’s Partner
Rookie Senior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Carlene & Wally Benson (Nomination required by August 1) This award targets the Senior rider and horse team, both new to the sport.  The intent is to encourage completion over the long run.  Neither rider nor horse can have completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance events combined.  The goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older horse) and produce a safe and consistent performance (ride completion). The award goes to the rider and horse team with the most consecutive completions on limited distance events and a minimum of three completions is required to qualify for the award.  A pull on a limited distance event puts the count back to zero and total accumulated miles on limited distance events break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Rookie Senior Rider & Horse
Rookie Junior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Mary Nunn (Nomination required by August 1) This award targets the Junior rider and horse team, both new to the sport.  The intent is to encourage completion over the long run.  Neither rider nor horse can have completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance events combined.  The goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older horse) and produce a safe and consistent performance (ride completion). The award goes to the rider and horse team with the most consecutive completions on limited distance events and a minimum of three completions is required to qualify for the award.  A pull on a limited distance event puts the count back to zero.  Total accumulated miles on limited distance events break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Rookie Junior Rider & Horse
250-Mile Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) accumulating 250 or more miles during the ride season.  (Miles on both limited distance and endurance distance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
250-Mile Rider & Horse
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Don't forget, the following requirements apply to all PNER awards: Awards are available to members of Pacific Northwest Endurance Rides, Inc. (PNER) and horses ridden by PNER members. PNER membership is required and is not retroactive.  Events ridden prior to the processing of an individual’s membership are not counted toward PNER awards in the applicable ride season. The awards cycle covers the PNER ride season (January 1 through December 31 annually). Rides sanctioned through organizations recognized by PNER and located in the PNER region are considered in award determination, unless otherwise specified in the award description. Unless otherwise specified in the award description, a minimum of three sanctioned events or 150 or more miles during the applicable PNER ride season must be successfully completed by the rider, horse, rider and horse team, or group of riders (e.g., family, couple, team).  This requirement applies to the distances covered by the specific award.  For example, if the award description specifies only endurance distances are recognized for an award and the individual completed one 100-mile event and one 50-mile event, then the award recipient would have met the requirement by having completed 150 endurance miles although not having completed three endurance events. If the requirement is not met, the award or full complement of placings will not be presented.  Individual award descriptions cover whether the minimum completion requirement applies. Some awards require nomination.  Members must submit the requested materials to the Awards Coordinator or appropriate individual on or before the nomination due date.  Failure to do so by the submittal deadline will result in the individual being ineligible to receive the award. Rider age is determined as of January 1 of each year and covers the full PNER ride season.  Age classifications for award recognition purposes are defined below and in some cases, a rider may qualify for multiple categories (e.g., a Senior Rider could also qualify for Golden Years or a Senior Rider could qualify as a Young Rider). Junior Rider – A rider under age 16. Young Rider – A rider age 16 to 21 (not yet age 22). Senior Rider – A rider age 16 or older. Golden Years – A rider age 65 and older.
Awards for Rider & Horse Groupings
Top 25 Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance.  (Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 25 Senior Rider & Horse
Top 10 Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance.  (Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 10 Junior Rider & Horse
Top 3 State/Province Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance in the state in which the member resides.  Only rides in the rider’s home state or province are counted for these standings (except Montana riders whose point totals will include any ride recognized by PNER).  Points on both limited distance and endurance events are counted. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  For purposes of this award residence is defined as the mailing address on file with PNER.  The minimum completion requirement applies. British Columbia Seniors
Top 3 State/Province Senior Rider & Horse
Idaho Seniors
Montana Seniors
Oregon Seniors
Washington Seniors
Top 3 State/Province Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most points on rides of any distance in the state in which the member resides.  Only rides in the rider’s home state or province are counted for these standings (except Montana riders whose point totals will include any ride recognized by PNER).  Points on both Limited Distance and Endurance events are counted. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  For purposes of this award residence is defined as the mailing address on file with PNER.  The minimum completion requirement applies.    British Columbia Juniors  
Idaho Juniors
Montana Juniors
 Oregon Juniors
   Washington Juniors
Top 5 Limited Distance High Mileage Senior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most miles on limited distance events. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 5 Limited Distance High Mileage Senior Rider & Horse
Top 3 Limited Distance High Mileage Junior Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one Junior rider accumulating the most miles on limited distance events. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 Limited Distance High Mileage Junior Rider & Horse
Sandybaar This award honors the legacy of Harold “Sandy” Sanders and his little Arabian stallion, Sandybaar.  The duo competed in the PNER region in the early years of the sport and their record includes over 2,500 miles without a single pull and were a top national rider/horse combination in the mid-1970s. Recognition is given to the explicit pairing of one rider (of any age) and one horse with a minimum of 10 consecutive ride completions during a single ride season.  (Limited distance and/or endurance events are counted.)  A pull puts the count back to zero unless the rider and horse have already successfully completed 10 consecutive events.  
Sandybaar
Top 3 100-Mile Senior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Melissa Coy The explicit pairing of one horse and one Senior rider accumulating the most completions on one-day 100-mile distance events throughout the ride season is recognized.  Points break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement does not apply but a minimum of two PNER one-day 100- mile distance events must be completed for the award, or full complement of placings to be presented.  
Animal Horse Sponsored by Dory Jackson The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) accumulating the most consecutive miles of any distance during the ride season.  A pull returns the mileage count to zero and the pair start over.  (Miles on both limited distance and endurance distance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Animal Horse
Tsyd’s Partner Sponsored by the Fiedler Family (Nomination required by December 1) Named after an exceptional horse owned and ridden by the Fiedler Family, this award recognizes the special relationship between rider and equine – a bond that develops after extensive miles and years and indicative of a deep connection of trust and admiration.  The award is determined by the award sponsor through qualitative judgment of nomination submittals. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) with a minimum of five years of competing together in endurance distances or partnered together for 2,000 or more accumulated lifetime miles (any distance).  Prior year’s miles or years may have been accumulated outside the PNER region.  The minimum completion requirement does not apply.  However, the horse and rider team must be actively competing in PNER region events (any distance).  A nomination submittal must be sent to the Awards Coordinator by December 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The nomination submittal must include a description of how the rider and horse team personify that special human/equine connection.  A list of eligible recipients and any submitted materials will be forwarded to the award sponsor.  
Tsyd’s Partner
Rookie Senior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Carlene & Wally Benson (Nomination required by August 1) This award targets the Senior rider and horse team, both new to the sport.  The intent is to encourage completion over the long run.  Neither rider nor horse can have completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance events combined.  The goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older horse) and produce a safe and consistent performance (ride completion). The award goes to the rider and horse team with the most consecutive completions on limited distance events and a minimum of three completions is required to qualify for the award.  A pull on a limited distance event puts the count back to zero and total accumulated miles on limited distance events break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Rookie Senior Rider & Horse
Rookie Junior Rider & Horse Sponsored by Mary Nunn (Nomination required by August 1) This award targets the Junior rider and horse team, both new to the sport.  The intent is to encourage completion over the long run.  Neither rider nor horse can have completed more than 100 miles of endurance and/or limited distance events combined.  The goal is to support the individual who can ride moderately, bring on a younger (or older horse) and produce a safe and consistent performance (ride completion). The award goes to the rider and horse team with the most consecutive completions on limited distance events and a minimum of three completions is required to qualify for the award.  A pull on a limited distance event puts the count back to zero.  Total accumulated miles on limited distance events break any ties. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Rookie Junior Rider & Horse
250-Mile Rider & Horse The explicit pairing of one horse and one rider (of any age) accumulating 250 or more miles during the ride season.  (Miles on both limited distance and endurance distance events are counted.) ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
250-Mile Rider & Horse
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