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Still Prineville Ride

May 5 @ 10:00 am - May 7 @ 2:00 pm

A mildly comprehensive schedule of events: American Trail Gear, Inc. present all three days for shopping Kelsey Shane providing photography Friday May 5th: 10 am - 25 mile Endurance Ride $80 3 pm - 12 mile Trail Ride $30 (mostly flat land) Locally grown burgers available at dinner time Drawing for a pair of Renegade Hoof Boots (or Vipers!)   Saturday May 6th: 6:30 am - 50 mile $100 7:30 am - 25 mile $90 10 am - 12 mile Trail Ride and Trail Challenge $30 7 pm - BBQ Dinner! $15 - reservations required by Friday Drawing for a Skito Pad and many more raffle items   Sunday May 7th: 7 am to 9 am - Breakfast & Awards - join us! 10 am - 12 mile Poker Ride (with 5 mile option) $30   Please consider stopping at Base Camp Pizza on your way home - MTTR receives half of the purchase price of your kitchen items on this day. We are at a brand new (beautiful) camp - see directions below. Please do not bring non-certified hay with you. Certified Weed Seed Free Grass Hay is available for purchase on site. Come have a bunch of fun while supporting a local animal rescue - Mustangs to the Rescue.   DIRECTIONS TO NEW RIDE CAMP: ALL TURNS from the edge of pavement on Hwy 97 and Hwy 26 are marked with either "AERC" signs or "Mustangs To The Rescue" signs. From Madras and points north and west - A mile or so south of Madras on Hwy 97, turn east on Hwy 26 and proceed just about 11 miles. Turn right on good gravel SE Laurel Lane - sign states "Gray Butte TH / Haystack Resvr". Follow for 3 miles (pass Scales Corral) and turn left on Forest Road 5750. Follow this dirt road in reasonable condition for a half mile. Turn left at our "Camp" sign and find camp in a quarter mile. From Prineville and points east - follow Hwy 26 toward Madras to just shy of the 11 mile marker, which is about 2 miles past the intersection with Lone Pine Road. Turn left on SE Laurel Lane - sign states "Gray Butte TH / Haystack Resvr". Follow for 3 miles (pass Scales Corral) and turn left on Forest Road 5750. Follow this dirt road in reasonable condition for a half mile. Turn left at our "Camp" sign and find camp in a quarter mile. From Bend, Redmond & points south - From Terrebonne Thriftway, head north on Hwy 97 for 7 miles and turn right on SW Norris Lane (in good condition). Follow Norris straight for about 4 miles before going through three 90 degree corners - stay on the main drag and be very careful near the ranch houses - there is a border collie and an aussie/corgi cross that run out in front of nearly every vehicle. After the corners, turn right onto SE Laurel Lane at an unmarked T intersection. Don't worry - the road is still in good condition. In 1.5 mile, turn right onto Forest Road 5750. Follow this dirt road in reasonable condition for a half mile. Turn left at our "Camp" sign and find camp in a quarter mile. Please note that some GPS units may attempt to send you a more direct route on inappropriate roads to avoid the corners - we recommend that you follow our signs. Our location is very near Cyrus Horse Camp. Our camp is quite roomy with plenty of porta-potties and plenty of water tanks spread throughout. Thank you for making the trip! Call 541-350-2406 for urgent directional assistance.

Details

Start:
May 5 @ 10:00 am
End:
May 7 @ 2:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/stillmemorial

Organizer

Mustangs To The Rescue
Phone:
541-330-8943
Email:
info@MustangstotheRescue.org
Website:
http://mustangstotherescue.org

Venue

near Cyrus Horse Camp

Proceeds from this event go to help the rescued horses in our care! MTTR-LOGO About Mustangs to the Rescue
Equine Rescue | Equine Adoption | Equine Rehabilitation & Retraining

Mustangs To The Rescue of Central Oregon, is an all-breed, all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit equine rescue. Our mission is to positively impact the community we serve by supporting horses, their owners and potential owners, with assistance, resources and educational opportunities, thus improving the lives of horses and humans in our community.