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Treeless & Barefoot horse wins the 2009 AERC Champ Ride

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    09-14-2009, 09:43 AM
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Thumbs up Treeless & Barefoot horse wins the 2009 AERC Champ Ride

Just thought I would share. The 2007 or 2008 Tevis winner was using a Freeform saddle as well .

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AERC Champ Ride
Posted by: "freeformusa" webtackusa@gmail.com
Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:48 pm (PDT)

Freeform Cutback Enduro was on MONK the winning horse in a 9:58 hour 100 mile race at the AERC National Endurance Championship Ride held this past weekend in Greenville CA. MONK and Lindsay Graham also won Best Condition for both AERC and FEI. They also were the first FW rider. HAF pad seemed to be favored among a good percentage of riders, using both treeless and treed saddles. I can tell most of the FreeForm saddles but hard to tell others with all the packs and saddle covers that we put on them.

http://feiredhorse.blogspot.com
Monk is a barefoot horse using "Goober" glue-on boots as well.
     

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