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Awards for our Horses
Top 3 High Mileage Junior Juniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Senior Seniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies  
Top 3 High Mileage Young Rider Young Riders with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Champion Junior Best Condition Horse
Top 5 Golden Years Golden Years riders (age 65 or older as of January 1) with the highest total accumulated points (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
My First 100 Sponsored by Charleen Farrell (Nomination required by December 1) TA rider of any age having completed their first one-day 100-mile event is celebrated. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The first completed one-day 100-mile event must be within the PNER region and the minimum completion requirement does not apply.  A nomination submittal must be sent to the Awards Coordinator by December 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.    A list of eligible recipients will be forwarded to the award sponsor.  
Junior 100-Mile Sponsored by Layne Lewis Any Junior rider completing a one-day 100-mile event within the PNER region is honored. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement does not apply.  
Top 3 High Mileage Horse Top 3 High Mileage Young Rider
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.
Beth Bliss Memorial Top 3 High Mileage Novice Senior (Nomination required by August 1) Beth Bliss was known for being prepared for anything.  She was a nurse, a kind and compassionate person.  She invited newcomers to join her on rides and was a generous mentor/teacher/coach who loved introducing people to the sport of endurance.  When PNER lost Beth, it was fitting that this award carry her legacy, exemplifying the spirit of endurance and teamwork that Beth so valued. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The Senior rider with no more than 150 accumulated lifetime miles (endurance and/or limited distance) on January 1 is eligible to compete for this award.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1.  
AHA Region 4 High Point Distance
Top 3 High Mileage Novice Junior (Nomination required by August 1) To encourage and commend the newer endurance rider who has limited experience.  Juniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The Junior rider with no more than 300 accumulated lifetime miles (endurance and/or limited distance) on January 1 is eligible to compete for this award.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1.  
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Awards for our Horses
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 High Mileage Junior Juniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Junior
Top 3 High Mileage Young Rider Young Riders with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:   The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Young Rider
Top 3 High Mileage Senior Seniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies  
Champion Junior Best Condition Horse
Top 5 Golden Years Golden Years riders (age 65 or older as of January 1) with the highest total accumulated points (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Horse
My First 100 Sponsored by Charleen Farrell (Nomination required by December 1) TA rider of any age having completed their first one-day 100-mile event is celebrated. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The first completed one-day 100-mile event must be within the PNER region and the minimum completion requirement does not apply.  A nomination submittal must be sent to the Awards Coordinator by December 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.    A list of eligible recipients will be forwarded to the award sponsor.  
My First 100
Junior 100-Mile Sponsored by Layne Lewis Any Junior rider completing a one-day 100-mile event within the PNER region is honored. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement does not apply.  
Junior 100-Mile
Beth Bliss Memorial Top 3 High Mileage Novice Senior (Nomination required by August 1) Beth Bliss was known for being prepared for anything.  She was a nurse, a kind and compassionate person.  She invited newcomers to join her on rides and was a generous mentor/teacher/coach who loved introducing people to the sport of endurance.  When PNER lost Beth, it was fitting that this award carry her legacy, exemplifying the spirit of endurance and teamwork that Beth so valued. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The Senior rider with no more than 150 accumulated lifetime miles (endurance and/or limited distance) on January 1 is eligible to compete for this award.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1.  
AHA Region 4 High Point Distance
Top 3 High Mileage Novice Junior (Nomination required by August 1) To encourage and commend the newer endurance rider who has limited experience.  Juniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The Junior rider with no more than 300 accumulated lifetime miles (endurance and/or limited distance) on January 1 is eligible to compete for this award.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1.  
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Awards for our Horses
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 High Mileage Junior Juniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Junior
Top 3 High Mileage Young Rider Young Riders with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Young Rider
Top 3 High Mileage Senior Seniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies  
Champion Junior Best Condition Horse
Top 5 Golden Years Golden Years riders (age 65 or older as of January 1) with the highest total accumulated points (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement applies.  
Top 3 High Mileage Horse
My First 100 Sponsored by Charleen Farrell (Nomination required by December 1) TA rider of any age having completed their first one-day 100-mile event is celebrated. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The first completed one-day 100-mile event must be within the PNER region and the minimum completion requirement does not apply.  A nomination submittal must be sent to the Awards Coordinator by December 1 to verify eligibility requirements have been met.    A list of eligible recipients will be forwarded to the award sponsor.  
My First 100
Junior 100-Mile Sponsored by Layne Lewis Any Junior rider completing a one-day 100-mile event within the PNER region is honored. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The minimum completion requirement does not apply.  
Junior 100-Mile
Beth Bliss Memorial Top 3 High Mileage Novice Senior (Nomination required by August 1) Beth Bliss was known for being prepared for anything.  She was a nurse, a kind and compassionate person.  She invited newcomers to join her on rides and was a generous mentor/teacher/coach who loved introducing people to the sport of endurance.  When PNER lost Beth, it was fitting that this award carry her legacy, exemplifying the spirit of endurance and teamwork that Beth so valued. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The Senior rider with no more than 150 accumulated lifetime miles (endurance and/or limited distance) on January 1 is eligible to compete for this award.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1.  
AHA Region 4 High Point Distance
Top 3 High Mileage Novice Junior (Nomination required by August 1) To encourage and commend the newer endurance rider who has limited experience.  Juniors with the highest total accumulated miles (endurance and/or limited distance) are recognized.  Multiple horses may be ridden. ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION:  The Junior rider with no more than 300 accumulated lifetime miles (endurance and/or limited distance) on January 1 is eligible to compete for this award.  The minimum completion requirement applies.  A nomination form must be submitted to the Awards Coordinator no later than August 1.  
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