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PNER Rules & Points/Membership Information 1. All participants need to know and abide by PNER, the sanctioning organization(s) and individual ride rules.   2.   A ride must be a minimum of 20 miles and be completed within a maximum of 5 consecutive hours elapsed time in order for a rider to receive completion, points, or miles. This ride must be held in conjunction with an American Endurance Ride Conference (AERC), Equestrian Canada (EC) and/or Equine Distance Riding Association (EDRA) sanctioned endurance ride. Elapsed time is riding time plus holds.   3. On rides less than 50 miles, the riding time does not stop until the horse meets preset pulse criteria.    4. PNER awards points are based on the PNER Board of Directors decisions.  (See the Tables of Points below for information on the current points system.)   5. PNER awards juniors full points, regardless of the number of junior starters.  Refer to the PNER By-Laws for the definition of “junior.” Membership/ Points Information  1. Once annual dues are paid, membership entitles riders to compete for annual PNER points, miles, and awards.  Senior members are also entitled to vote and serve on the Board of Directors.  A junior member also is elected to serve on the BOD as a voting member. A non-rider membership is available and entitles non- riders to the newsletter and handbook only (no points, vote, etc.).     2. Points are awarded to horse and rider teams throughout the ride year. One rider may appear in the standings more than once if riding multiple horses. Likewise, one horse may appear more than once in the standings if ridden by multiple riders.   3. Membership year begins January 1 and ends December 31.  Points are only accumulated for rides after membership dues are received. There will be no retroactive points.   4. Dues must be paid directly to the Membership Secretary or designee.   5. Only members residing within the boundaries of PNER are eligible to receive points/miles for PNER awards in any division. Only rides within the PNER region count toward PNER awards.   6. ONLY senior members within the PNER boundaries can vote on general membership decisions and run for Board of Directors. Junior members can vote on junior business and run for the BOD.  
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Junior Points Per Mile
Place Multipliers
PNER Rules & Points/Membership Information 1. All participants need to know and abide by PNER, the sanctioning organization(s) and individual ride rules.   2.   A ride must be a minimum of 20 miles and be completed within a maximum of 5 consecutive hours elapsed time in order for a rider to receive completion, points, or miles. This ride must be held in conjunction with an American Endurance Ride Conference (AERC), Equestrian Canada (EC) and/or Equine Distance Riding Association (EDRA) sanctioned endurance ride. Elapsed time is riding time plus holds.   3. On rides less than 50 miles, the riding time does not stop until the horse meets preset pulse criteria.    4. PNER awards points are based on the PNER Board of Directors decisions.  (See the Tables of Points below for information on the current points system.)   5. PNER awards juniors full points, regardless of the number of junior starters.  Refer to the PNER By-Laws for the definition of “junior.” Membership/ Points Information 1. Once annual dues are paid, membership entitles riders to compete for annual PNER points, miles, and awards.  Senior members are also entitled to vote and serve on the Board of Directors.  A junior member also is elected to serve on the BOD as a voting member. A non-rider membership is available and entitles non- riders to the newsletter and handbook only (no points, vote, etc.).     2. Points are awarded to horse and rider teams throughout the ride year. One rider may appear in the standings more than once if riding multiple horses. Likewise, one horse may appear more than once in the standings if ridden by multiple riders.   3. Membership year begins January 1 and ends December 31.  Points are only accumulated for rides after membership dues are received. There will be no retroactive points.   4. Dues must be paid directly to the Membership Secretary or designee.   5. Only members residing within the boundaries of PNER are eligible to receive points/miles for PNER awards in any division. Only rides within the PNER region count toward PNER awards.   6. ONLY senior members within the PNER boundaries can vote on general membership decisions and run for Board of Directors. Junior members can vote on junior business and run for the BOD.  
Maximum Ride Time (Hours:Minutes) Including Vet Checks
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© 2016 PNER
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PNER Rules & Points/Membership Information  1. All participants need to know and abide by PNER, the sanctioning organization(s) and individual ride rules.   2.   A ride must be a minimum of 20 miles and be completed within a maximum of 5 consecutive hours elapsed time in order for a rider to receive completion, points, or miles. This ride must be held in conjunction with an American Endurance Ride Conference (AERC), Equestrian Canada (EC) and/or Equine Distance Riding Association (EDRA) sanctioned endurance ride. Elapsed time is riding time plus holds.   3. On rides less than 50 miles, the riding time does not stop until the horse meets preset pulse criteria.    4. PNER awards points are based on the PNER Board of Directors decisions.  (See the Tables of Points below for information on the current points system.)   5. PNER awards juniors full points, regardless of the number of junior starters.  Refer to the PNER By-Laws for the definition of “junior.” Membership/ Points Information 1. Once annual dues are paid, membership entitles riders to compete for annual PNER points, miles, and awards.  Senior members are also entitled to vote and serve on the Board of Directors.  A junior member also is elected to serve on the BOD as a voting member. A non-rider membership is available and entitles non-riders to the newsletter and handbook only (no points, vote, etc.).     2. Points are awarded to horse and rider teams throughout the ride year. One rider may appear in the standings more than once if riding multiple horses. Likewise, one horse may appear more than once in the standings if ridden by multiple riders.   3. Membership year begins January 1 and ends December 31.  Points are only accumulated for rides after membership dues are received. There will be no retroactive points.   4. Dues must be paid directly to the Membership Secretary or designee.   5. Only members residing within the boundaries of PNER are eligible to receive points/miles for PNER awards in any division. Only rides within the PNER region count toward PNER awards.   6. ONLY senior members within the PNER boundaries can vote on general membership decisions and run for Board of Directors. Junior members can vote on junior business and run for the BOD.   Maximum Ride Time (Hours:Minutes) Including Vet Checks
Junior Points Per Mile
Place Multipliers