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NEWS & NOTICES

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“Co the Distance” – August

Attached is the mileage and draw winners for “Co the Distance” challenge for August.

Co the Distance  – August

2020 Mileage Awards

Even though we only had one ride in 2020, a few of our members and their horses achieved some mileage awards! Congratulations!

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RIDE RESULTS 2021

Did you know?

Endurance Rides are races over a trail of 50 to 150 miles. Terrain can be varied and challenging. The events are commonly held over one to three days. Horses are checked by qualified veterinarians and judges before, during and after the ride.

Did you know?

Shorter rides, called Limited Distance rides, are organized for riders who are new to the sport and for young horses in training. Limited distance rides can range from 25 to 35 miles.

Did you know?

Competitive Trail Riding (CTR) is an equestrian sport where riders cover a marked trail for a distance that is usually between 15 and 40 miles per day. Unlike endurance riding, factors other than speed are considered.

Did you know?

Organized endurance riding as a formal sport began in 1955, when Wendell Robie and a group of equestrains rode from the Lake Tahoe area, across the Sierra Nevada Range to Auburn, in under 24 hours – the first Tevis Cup.