>This raises the issue of tracking the mounts the rider has done for previous
>levels. Is he or she cheating by repeating one? It is up to testers to keep
>track of these things, which may lead to having the rider demonstrate all the
>mounts he or she used for previous levels first.
No records of the mounts a rider has done in previous levels is required. For
example, a rider being tested for level six must demonstrate six unique mounts.
It doesn’t matter how many of these mounts were performed at lower skill levels.
There need only be a record that the rider has passed all previous levels,
before testing for the next level. For example, before a rider can be tested for
level six, a record of passing levels one through five must be provided.
Ken Fuchs <email@example.com