Calendar of NE Trail Events
Training Ride Coyote Grade – Idaho Mounted Orienteering
Training Ride Coyote Grade – Idaho Mounted Orienteering @ Sommercamp Rd
Apr 21 all-day
Mounted Orienteering is an equine sport that combines riding with map reading, compass use, direction finding skills and clues to find five hidden plates. Click to view Facebook Event page.
Treasure Valley Back Country Horsemans Celebration of Spring Trail Ride
Treasure Valley Back Country Horsemans Celebration of Spring Trail Ride @ Wilson Creek
Apr 21 all-day
Bring your horse – We’ll bring the food. Click to view Facebook Event page.
Sponsored by the Methow Valley Back Country Horsemen of Washington; non-members invited.
Location: Beaver Creek Campground–Methow Valley.
Discover Pass or WDFW fishing pass required.
Overnight camping available on site, no charge.
Pre-Register by April 20th (includes Saturday night dinner): Adults $20/person, $10/child under 12 years old. After April 20th: $30/each adult, $15/each child.
Registration includes: Dutch Oven Pot Luck Friday evening, Saturday Trail Ride (+ poker hands $5 each if you choose), Silent Auction Saturday afternoon, BBQ dinner, Campfire Entertainment Saturday night, Buckaroo Breakfast Sunday morning($7 each).
Bring a chair, topping, or side dish, plate, utensils & your favorite beverage.
Prizes and short meeting 4:30pm. Must be present to win.
Haul in $15. Scavenger Hunt $10. Stalls $25. RV Hookups $30.
For overnight and stall reservations, or to get a flyer, call or text Lori 206-919-5328, or message your name, phone number, Friday, Saturday or both and how many.
This is an easy ride with good footing and beautiful views of mountains and the lake. No dogs, alcohol, fire arms or stallions on the trail. Camping and food available on site. This is the King of all Prize rides with prizes generally totally over $4000.
We are excited to have you come and compete on the courses that we have designed in an effort to enable equine enthusiasts to further themselves and their equine partners to ultimate well balance, versatile trail horse and rider combinations.
The “cowboy” is very important to us and we invite you to join us in celebrating this legend at our Cowboy Mountain Trail Challenge hosted annually.
Click the Event Website link above for more details.
Open Trail Ride
Saturday June 9th 2018 Ready to ride at 10:30 AMJust past the Nile Feeding and Sno-Park
Open to all breeds of horses, all levels of experience and all ages. Raffle prizes and BBQ to follow after ride. Enjoy a beginning level 10 mile loop with water crossings and step overs.
Old Sawmill Meadow
These challenges are always a blast with a new trail course each day as well as versatility events like cow work, ranch riding, and free style! We have all around division awards, class champion awards and class ribbons.