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Dorothy Russell
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  • Milton, TN
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Norene, TN, fall trail ride date???

Does anyone have information on the Annual Norene Ride?Date?  Time?  Meeting place?Continue

Started Sep 26, 2011

Rutherford or Canon County Hay
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Where and what kind of hay do you buy?  I use square bales of bermuda and pay $6 a bale.  Anyone else have a better source?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda Grajewski Sep 19, 2010.

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saddle and spotted saddle

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At 9:59pm on November 18, 2010, Rook said…
Nice to have met you; look forward to seeing you on the trail.
At 10:24pm on October 11, 2010, Ed Elam said…
Saddle Valley Campground
350 Dewey Burks Rd
Jamestown TN

Just outside of Big South Fork N.R.R.A.


Saddle Valley Campground would like to invite you to come and enjoy the beauty and horse friendly atmosphere of the Cumberland plateau. We can cater to any medium sized group, and enjoy hosting events, or lending a helping hand to insure your events goes off without a hitch. Located just outside the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Saddle Valley has campsites with electric and water hook-ups, five barns located around the campground, eight big open pens, and a large bath house with covered pavilion. We are nestled in the gently rolling hills of the northern Cumberland Plateau on the edge of some of the most rugged country east of the Rockies. The campground is located at the end of a dead end road, allowing for privacy and security, yet close enough to the main highway to provide easy access for even the largest rigs. Our campsites offer picnic tables, fire rings, and hitching post, yes that's right, you are allowed to bring your horse to your campsite, and the barn is not a half mile away. With over 200 miles of horse trail in the park, and trails that take you from your campsite into the park, where the trails are maintained by the NPS, we are the premier equestrian destination. Bring your own horse, ride on your own, no trail fees or extra charges. We also have guides, rental horses, and back country camping available. We can customize your stay to whatever you wish. We specialize in medium sized groups, yet offer a place simple and quite enough to bring grandma. Come enjoy the beauty of Tennessee and the Big South Fork from you horse. Bring the wife hubby and the kids (and Rover). Please check our schedule for the next event, or make reservations for a nice quite weekend when there may not be much going on but good riding and great hospitality.

Please visit our website www.saddlevalleycampground.com or call Teresa at (931)879-6262
At 7:14pm on October 9, 2010, Jim Cabbage said…
I think it is an annual event. Yes ma'am, it was good to meet you and I look forward to riding with you again ma'am.
 
 
 

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