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If you enjoy riding your horse for many hours through the Northwest's most beautiful wilderness areas, endurance riding may be the sport for you! Ranging in distance from 25 to 100 miles, PNER rides feature varied
scenery and levels of difficulty.  It's you and your horse against the trail of the day.

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Monthly Archives: FEBRUARY 2017

Feb 15
posted by admin on 15.02.17 07:10 as General

The PNER award criteria definitions have been updated for 2017.  These new definitions have been incorporated into the 2017 PNER Handbook and we are in the process of upgrading the infrastructure supporting the PNER Website.  As a consequence, the new award criteria definitions won't be reflected on our Website until this work has been completed.  In order to provide you with the most current information available, please use your PNER Handbook or the pdf file below as your source for awards being offered by PNER this ride season.

An article summarizing the changes to awards will be issued in the next edition of the PNER Family News.

Teams should submit rosters to Sue McLain at either awards@pner.net or kastu88@msn.com in advance of the first ride for which they wish to receive points.  Team members must be active PNER members, having paid their annual dues, in advance of their being allowed to join a Team. 



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Feb 14
posted by mosss on 14.02.17 16:07 as General

Tue, Mar 14, 2017 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM PDT 

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