Ride at your own pace -
Follow the marked trail either alone, or with a group of friends!
Bring your own horse and join us for an (appx) 4 hour/half day marked ride through the beautiful Allegheny National Forest.
(50 miles south of Jamestown NY, 40 miles north of I-80)
This is not a scavenger hunt this year. We are focusing more on the simple enjoyment of trail riding!
There will be a GIANT Chinese auction, lots of door prizes, 50/50 and more at dinner!
Prizes awarded for the group or individual that brings in the biggest outside donation! Ask about brochures/forms for a donation campaign.
**Pre registration form will posted in the discussion. Not required, but appreciated. We can only take 250 riders, so sign up early!
~registration/check in between 9-11am. Last rider on the trail by noon, please!
You will be asked to sign a release form at registration
NO STALLIONS, please.
Kickers must be red ribboned.
Equine vaccinations not required but recommended.
Coggins required if you're crossing state line.
NOTE about the trails-
We lay the route out about 3-4 weeks in advance. It is the Allegheny Mountains. There's alot of ups and downs, some water crossings and you'll likely encounter some rocky areas. Mud is possible, depending how wet the spring is. We will not put our riders at risk! But this is not a groomed trail through a horse park. Ride with awareness.
100% profits benefit the
Special Operations Warrior Foundation. (www.specialops.org).
Note- the Special Operations Warrior Foundation is not the same as Wounded Warriors. They benefit the same cause but are different organizations.
Early Dinner provided after ride (starting appx 3pm)
$25.00 per rider minumum donation.
Please print and mail preregistration forms to Traci Wade. 863 Grange Hall Rd Tionesta PA 16353.
This is a DAY RIDE only for this event. If you wish to come early or stay the weekend, overnight camping and stalls available through the Flying W Ranch. Contact them 814-463-7663
(office opens weekends starting April 6th)
*Fully supported by the USDA Forest Service, the Allegheny National Forest, and the SOWF
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