Sunday, 5 June 2011

NW: Bandit Springs

June 5 2011

I’m sure sorry to hear about Tevis being postponed. It will be cool to see the area at a different time of year, though. If your horse is ready and will be peaking for the Tevis, perhaps you should consider coming to Bandit Springs and ride the 100 the week before the regular scheduled Tevis.

Bandit Springs is held 30 miles north east of Prineville OR in the incredibly lovely Ochoco National Forest. The ride isn’t point to point and there is some repetition (mostly in the dark so that you and your horse might find it familiar). But that’s a pretty normal thing on many 100s. What we DO have is elk, antelope, wild horses, incredible wild flowers, an abundance of water and grass and an incredible vet and volunteer crew. Mark July 9th on your calendar and join us!

I’m still updating info on the Bandit website but there’s a lot of info available right now. www.banditsprings.com

Pre-registration is appreciated (so we can get stuff into the computer early) but absolutely not required.

The best email to reach me at is jwilde@wildevents.info.

Oh, and if you have a friend interested in learning more about endurance, Friday we offer at no cost, Endurance 101. Three great mini-seminars in the morning for everyone and then the afternoon focuses on info for the newbie.

Hope to see you at Bandit Springs….

Your Bandito crew –

Jannelle, Adam, Paula, Holly, Sylvia, etc, etc, etc,…

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