Lead Follow Or Get Out Of My Way ride @ Bumble Bee Ranch in AZ is only 3 weeks away on Jan 5th 2013.
Bumble Bee Ranch is located approximately 50 miles north of Phoenix, 100 miles south of Flagstaff. Avoid a $15.00 late fee and register by Dec 28. We have to limit the ride to 99 riders for permits no exceptions. If the ride is full we will have to turn you away. Make sure you get your entries in. Bumble Bee ranch provides restrooms and showers included with your ranch entry fee $7.00 per vehicle per day or $10.00 per vehicle per night. The ranch offers a variety of horse pens, stalls rentals, and RV hookups for pricing and availability contact Kelly at (623) 374-0002. We will provide for riders a spaghetti dinner under the pavilion Friday night. The ranch also offers breakfast, lunch and dinners that can be purchased in advance by contacting Kelly at (623) 374-0002. This is a amazing location with wonderful amenities and stunning desert trails. Please join us for this inaugural ride.
For entry and flyer go to http://aerc.org/Calendar/2013LeadFollowBumbleBee.pdf
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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.
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Saturday, 15 December 2012
Saturday, 8 December 2012
SW: Desert Storm Endurance Ride
January 11-12-13 AERC and FEI
3 Days of 50′s & LD’s / CEI1* each day
Alamogordo (Orogrande,) NM
AERC Pioneer Ride 50/55/50 & 25/30/25
There will be separate vets and vetting areas for AERC riders and FEI riders. The trail is fast, and flat, the footing varies between shallow sand and packed dirt. The weather will be cool, it could obviously be windy. Pack layers for you and your horse.
Mark your calendars and find out more on the website, please register early online.
Website: Desert Storm Endurance Ride
Questions? Contact: Ride@RemudaRun.com
Looking forward to see you all there!
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