Monday, 22 May 2017

NW: Oregon Outback Hallelujah Trail Pioneer Un-Cancelled!

Due to overwhelming demand, Oregon Outback Hallelujah Trail ride is back on, Friday and Saturday, May 27 and 28. Come enjoy some sun and good trails!

More information at
https://aerc.org/rpts/CalSetup.aspx

Sunday, 21 May 2017

NW: Oregon Outback Hallelujah Trail Pioneer Cancelled

The Hallelujah Trail ride on May 27, 28, 29 is CANCELLED. The trails have far too much winter damage for Tribby's to get them ready. Linda has been trying but she says running out of time. They will still have the Oregon Outback Pioneer rides in July.

For more information see the AERC calendar at:
https://aerc.org/rpts/CalSetup.aspx

Sunday, 14 May 2017

MT: Fort Howes Entries Online

Entries for the June 10-11, 2017 Fort Howes Endurance Rides are available at www.forthowes.net.  

Come enjoy the splendor of the Custer National Forest and the Circle Bar Ranch as we celebrate our 21st year of hosting endurance rides.  Our well-marked trails radiate out of our large basecamp (ample parking for even the biggest rigs).

Friday night offers the riders and their crews a grilled steak dinner with all the trimmings (choice beef, of course).

We’re offering on Saturday 75, 50 and 25 mile rides with Sunday having 100, 55, and 35 mile rides.  

Our Control Judges this year include Mike Foss, Mike Vanzwol, Tom Currier, Ray Randall, Sarah Schreiber, Don Hamilton, Deanna Spiker, and Prawit Butudom.  There will be plenty of volunteers to make your weekend ride run smoothly.

Hope to see ya’ll here!

Bill and Jan Stevens


Forthowes.net
5 Fort Road
Ashland, Montana 59003
406-784-2469 - landline
bill@forthowes.net
jan@forthowes.net

Monday, 8 May 2017

NW: Limestone Challenge

June 10 in Selma, OR

The trail will be different this year, no stairway to heaven.  Finally made a 25 miler and it will be easier for you. The 50 mile ride is still a challenge. There is lots of water on the trail this year. The rocks are not too bad this year even with all the rain. Camp is still in the nice hay field, plenty of grass and space for us all. 

Poker ride for all distances (high hand wins their ride fee back, 25 and 50 mile distances). First hand free with ride entry, extra hands $ 5.00 each. 


Friday night potluck bring your favorite dish to share!


Chili and corn bread feed on Saturday night before awards. ( vegetarian chili also) 


There will be a photographer 


Looking forward to all your smiling faces and beautiful horses


Glen Siver 

glsiver@yahoo.com
541-592-2411(landline)
541-592-9536(cell)

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

PS: Descanso

The rain has brought some beautiful flowers to the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park.

Sign up today for the Descanso Endurance Ride on May 20-21, 2017.

Easy online registration and payment via PayPal.

www.sandiegoenduranceriders.com

Friday, 24 March 2017

SW: Lead Follow or Get Out Of My Way @ Bumble Bee Ranch

Saturday, April 15, 2017 AERC/AHA Sanctioned Ride 25/50 And a 12 Mile Fun Ride The ride will be limited to 150 riders/entries no exceptions.

We are less than a month away from the re-scheduled Bumble Bee ride April 15th 2017 Bumble Bee ranch AZ. Make sure to get your entries in before April 10th to avoid the $25.00 late fee. Entry and Flyer at

Bumble Bee Ranch was one of the original stage coach stops from the 1800’s. The ranch is a western working/recreational ranch located at the bottom of the Bradshaw Mountains, boasting over 74,000 acres of Sonoran Desert. The ranch provides outdoor recreational activities for any family or organized groups. The ranch will bring you back in time when cowboys, cattle, horses and stage coaches were our only means of survival and transportation in the old west. For more information visit their website www.BumbleBeeRanch.com.

Contact:
Ride Manager: Jodie Dukerich – 602-579-0130 email – jmdukerich@cox.net Trail Master: Stephanie Palmer-DuRoss – 602-770-5534 email – luv4riding@aol.com

For more information see:
https://aerc.org/static/rideFlyers/2017LeadFollowBumbleBee.pdf

CT: Ozark Trail

September 23 2017 - Steelville, Missouri

The Ozark Trails 75/100 is a point to point 75/100 mile endurance ride, with the 75 being an elevator, that follows the historic Ozark Trail from Steelville, MO to Black, MO, through the Ozark mountains.

If you've never ridden on The Ozark Trail it is honestly what I think of when I daydream about endurance riding. Mostly single track and forest service two track, it is a technical trail that will challenge you in the vein of Tevis or Bighorn or Old Dominion...

Come join us for a challenge right here in the middle of the country! learn more form our website http://ozarktrailsendurance.com/