Frequently asked questions
Yes, you can sign up on the day of the event - there is an additional late fee of $25. There is a limit of 150 riders MAX, so we may be sold out before the event takes place. Therefore if you plan to come sign up early so we can organize the food numbers accordingly. Thank-you.
No, we don't supply horses but you can still take part. Join the wagon ride or trail walk
Consider this: you are going to be surround by about 200 horses all full of energy, you will be crossing creeks, riding up steep hills and descending side slopes. If this scares you you should consider joining in the day another way, that is jump on the wagon or go for a nice hike. Same goes for your horse - if you're not sure your old horse or extremely fat horse could make it up a huge hill or go for a 3hr walk then either get out riding or give them a break. Please don't pull an animal out of the field that hasn't been ridden in months and force them to do this. It never turns out well. Consider your safety AND all the other riders around you.
NO. Riding rules are you must have a saddle (western or English is fine), a bridle with a bit (curb recommended), and all horses that kick must have a ribbon in their tail.
We took out the age limit for the trail ride. We realize there are lots of talented little riders out there. Therefore anyone under the age of 16 must ride with an accompanying adult and wear a helmet. Children 12 and under must have special permission to ride from the trail boss Riley Harvie.
We love our canine friends but with all the excitement it's best they stay at home.
No, unfortunately not. This is private land and not set-up to facilitate camping.
We hope so!!! Get in early if you plan on coming. Or, you'll be walking!
Yes. You can walk out and get a ride back or visa versa.
Yes. There is a river near-by.
Absolutely! The Dinner & Auction are going to be a lot of fun. Tickets for just the evening are $50/plate + $5 clean-up fee.