Be a Part of History… and you will be doing an amazing thing to help the great American Mustang. This is a Charity ride and net proceeds from each rider's entry fee will go directly to the Mustang Heritage Foundation.
On June 4th, trail riders from across the Nation will saddle up and ride for a common cause. Each Competitive Trail Challenge on this one amazing day will benefit the Mustang Heritage Foundation. Be a part of this extraordinary annual event! Bring your friends and your favorite Trail Horse, enjoy a beautiful ride and have fun, knowing you're doing something special. Join thousands of other trail riders as we ride in support of America's Horse, the Mustang.
Airpark Equestrian Stables in Oneida, TN is proud to be a host to one of these fabulous rides for a worth while cause. Go to www.ACTHA.us to sign up! For more details contact Christen Bonn at 865-773-3637... Happy Trails!
Hi Scottie -
You don't know me but I'm friends with Leslie C. and Pat F. Pat & I are coming up to Catoosa for the 9-12 ride also. Please come by and say hi! We will be camping near the big barn. Spot #2 I think. Look forward to meeting you.
a definite maybe...chad will be on the road again and the kids have a long weekend that weekend..I'll have to sort out the kids...but it does sound like fun and I do want to get up there this spring....I'm working towards that end
I'm planning to go to that beech grove hunt aggie is talking about...i haven't been all year...going to borrow a horse that is fit
I 'll say "maybe" for the April ride. Hunting season will be over and I have to work weekends in the spring, and I haven't really looked to far ahead to see if I'm already commited that weekend. It might work better for me to come up midweek sometime, work a few accounts and then we spend a day or 2 riding!
I hope you are keeping up your interest with Dick and LuGene. They were fun. And I though Phil was pretty nice, too.
Would you like to come down for the March 14 open to the public hunt? There are several non-riders that will be hanging around, so you wouldn't need a horse. And you know we'll have food afterwards.