Some links to organizations, information, and resources I find interesting and/or helpful.
AERC (American Endurance Ride Conference)
Arabian Horse Association
Arabian Horse Association of Arizona
Pony of the Americas Club
Arizona POA Club
The Western States Trail Foundation -- Tevis
Nevada All-State Trail Riders (Virginia City 100 & other rides)
NATRC -- Region 2
AERC's YouTube Channel (informational and educational videos about endurance)
Lynne Glazer's "Experience Distance Riding" Photo Gallery
HRTV Inside Information: The Tevis Cup
Endurance 101: a gentle guide to the sport of long-distance riding
America's Long-Distance Challenge II
Go the Distance: The Complete Resource for Endurance Horses
The Complete Guide to Endurance Riding and Competition
4th Gear: Power Up Your Endurance Horse
Centered Riding & Centered Riding 2
Blogs and Web-Based Resources:
Renegade Hoof Boots News Page and Blog
Equine Nutrition and Research Articles by Susan Garlinghouse, DVM
* Proceed with caution when using Facebook as an information resource. There are a number of "groups" available, but it can quickly become an information overwhelm, or devolve into an "egos and opinions" debate. Published literature may be the best source for consistent, relevant, proven information.
** For someone looking to start or just starting in endurance, I would first and foremost recommend searching for a mentor as the most direct source of information. AERC has a list of member who have stepped up and offered to be mentors for those getting started in the sport. If none are local to you, reach out through email -- many distance riders have a good network and may be able to connect you with someone nearby who would be willing to answer some questions and be helpful.