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Re: Equestrian Information

Poster: Janine H Sutter <jsutter@scotland.ces.state.nc.us>

Greetings!  My Lord and I checked into this a year or so ago and it is 
the Earl Marshall who this would fall under.  We were told by the Society 
Eques. Marshall (who has now been replaced) that to get authorized we had 
to Marshall 2 or 3 Eques. events.  That means traveling out of Kingdom to 
Marshall under an already authorized Mars.  That was just too much 
traveling for us at that time.  We did get authorized to ride though.  An 
Eques. guild sounds like a great idea and I know there are several of us 
who would be interested.  In Service, Kari Kyst

> >
>Poster: "Terry L. Neill" <longshipco@hotmail.com>
>Julien de Montfort wrote:
>>Our local group has been aproached by the local Equestrian Society,
>>with a decided interest in possibly getting involved.  However, I've
>>so far been unsuccessful in locating anything on Atlantian Equestrian
>>Information or, for that matter, SCA Equestrian info.
>There should probably be some information on the SCA marshal's page.  
>Also, the East Kingdom has an active Equestrian Guild.
>Atlantia, to the best of my knowledge, has no organized equestrian 
>activity at all.  When I plowed through all the red tape to have ponies 
>at Emerald Joust 1996, there was little precedent for horses at events 
>My housemate, Lady Ana Ilevna, is interested in an Equestrian guild 
>being started in Atlantia, and has spoken with other horse enthusiasts 
>who are also interested.  But AFAIK, there is nothing official or 
>We are in the middle of moving from Caer Mear to Bright Hills and until 
>I buy a house and we move into it, she won't be able to devote energy to 
>I think the procedure is for the Earl Marshal of Atlantia, and the King 
>and Queen to agree that an Equestrian Marshal is a Good Thing (tm), 
>appoint one, have that person acquire the equestrian regulations from 
>the SCA equestrian marshal (regulations just approved at the last BoD 
>meeting) and begin implementing them.
>The last time I looked at the draft equestrian regulations, they were 
>idiotic.  Requiring, amongst other things, that to maintain one's status 
>as an equestrian Marshal, one had to attend the last two equestrian 
>events on one's kingdom.  Meaning that one had to attend EVERY 
>equestrian event in one's kingdom.
>That was back at 3YC in '96.  I trust that particular requirement was 
>changed for the final regulations.
>There is an SCA equestrian mailing list.  I don't have the address but 
>information should be somewhere at "www.sca.org".
>If you're interested in general medieval horsey information, The 
>Markland Medieval Mercenary Militia, based in Maryland, also has a horse 
>Lady Ana's e-mail address, which she checks sporadically, is 
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Janine Honey Sutter
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