Hi Sharon, Regarding PW Park. What does the Registration Form want to know? I like to come to PW but I am out of county. I would not even mind paying a reasonable use fee. Are they looking for volunteers to do trail maintenance? Some where on here someone posted that Walking Horse Assoc. donated $6000 toward trail maintenance. I do not know if that is true. If so they should be able to get a lot of trail maintence for 6000 as it is an existing easy trail. From what I saw down all last year I could take my two farm hands there with a chainsaw and ATV and clear it all in one day. It's not like they have to hike in to the places. A lady I rode with there said she knew Tommy Lynch, Park Director and that he was fixing to retire and he didn't care so loudest voice was who was going to win. I would think someone from that county would go to the actual meeting and find out the real scoop. Dawn
Oh yes, I remember you now. Bud lost the farm and moved. The subsequent owner also lost it. A new family bought it and an adjoining farm and all is well. They are good people and rodeo and barrel race a lot.
The ACTHA event is going to be May 21 At Rush Springs Ranch Pineville, MO
It us posted on the American Competition Trail Horse Assoc website. Sure wish
some of you all would come join us. We are going to have plenty of good food, fellowship and riding. My mother and I are hosting this competition. Have a great week
GOOD FRIENDS MAKE THE ROUGHEST TRAILS WASY TO RIDE
Hello, The ACTHA is May 21st at the Rush Springs Ranch, Pineville, Mo My mother and I are the Afflicates hosting the ride.
You can reach me at 417-669-6860 anytime. We will have flyers out and also ACTHA will have it posted on thier website right now all they have is the date. We have some great riding in our area. You and anyone else would be welcome to come camp in my pasture.
I have no idea how to reply back to you! yes, you have the right heather What do you need to know?
NATRC is short North American Trail Ride Conference. It's competitive trail riding. my husband & I entered our first one this past Sept. at East Fork. We did one day novice, which was 23 miles. you had a min. time of 5 hrs, max. of 5.5, vet in and out and 2 p/r (pulse/repiration) checks during the ride. We loved it! NATRC is having their annual convention, which is also their 50th anniversary, in Nashville in Feb. Lots of good speakers and vendors :) Website is www.natrc.org
Hey Sharon, so glad to see you on TTR. You will love seeing all of the horsey pics and making new friends. Post some pics of your horses when you have time. I will see you at work one day this week, will need some feed soon.