RIDE SCHEDULE: OCT., 2017-JAN, 2018
Call trail leader for more information and to make your reservation.
Level 1 – An easy, shorter ride with mostly level terrain, low grades and good footing. Trail mostly follows roads or wide, well defined trails.
Level 2 – Some grades but not steep or hard. Can go across country on mostly level ground.
Level 3 – Footing may be rocky and difficult in places. May have steep grades and be narrow. Could be long in length.
Level 4 – Steep grades, rocky and there may be some steps, negotiating ledges and large boulders. Could be long in length.
Always call the ride leader 2 days in advance of the ride. If you plan on bringing a guest, your guest must sign a waiver. Unless otherwise noted, please bring your own lunch/refreshments.
Ride Speeds: Slow, Medium and Fast are WALK speeds. If gaited indicated call ride leader to determine speed
October 14 – Possible ride at John and Donna Crisfields home with $5.00 sandwiches, will provide more details.
October 21 – Little Thumb Butte “Eat N’ Ride, Ride N’Eat” We will have a brunch at 8:00 AM, ride at 9:00 AM and return for beautiful buffet lunch at 11:30 AM which we can enjoy in a perfect social site under the trees at LTB. Rated a 2 Carol Ross Trail Leader 928-925-0663. RSVP by mailing $15.00 to PSC, PO Box 11052, Prescott, Az. 86304 by Oct. 16th.
October 28 – Halloween at Beaver Creek Meet at the TH off I-17 @ hwy 179 turn right. Meet at 9:30 AM to ride at 10:00 AM. Rated a 3 for 4.5 hrs. Denise Stevens 928-899-6120.
November 3 -5 - Back Country Horsemen of Arizona campout at Bumblebee Ranch (623)-374-0002 for reservations.
November 11 – Peavine Trail (Chino Valley) to El Charo Norte Mexican Restaurant for lunch. Meet at 9:30 AM at Windy Valley Plaza (South hwy 89) in Chino Valley to caravan to the TH. Very simple, easy trail/old railroad bed, Approx. 5 ¼ miles one way doesn’t have the usage the Peavine in Prescott does. The restaurant has 4 stout hitching posts each can accommodate 6 horses or you can drop a trailer there to tie to or trailer home from there. Rated 1.5 for 2 hours each way. JoAnne Rudolph 928-308-3805.
November 18 – You Pick Ride with lunch – WV TH. The club will provide sliced meat, cheese, bread/buns, chips & cookies back at the TH at 1:30 PM. You pick your trail, start time & ride speed. Be back in time for lunch at 1:30 PM. This allows you to go on a short ride or longer ride with riders you are compatible with. I’ll be leading a ride leaving at 9:45 AM if you want to go on a faster walking ride with some gaiting on trail 308/320. If you want to ride for 2 hours or less you don’t need to start riding until 11:30 AM. All trails are well marked and most members know the trails. We need a head count for food, RSVP Carol Ross 928-925-0663.
November 23 – 26 Thanksgiving Holiday – No rides scheduled.
December 2 – Almosta TH – Meet at 10:00 AM to ride at 10:30 AM, rated a 3.0 for 3.5 hours including lunch. Deb Stephens 602-421-1350.
December 9 – Open
December 17 – Christmas Party at the Prescott Centennial Center
December 23 – 26 Christmas Holiday – No rides scheduled.
December 30 – New Years Holiday - No rides scheduled.
January 7 – New Years ride and Potluck from Clare and Carol Ross’s home and return for Chili. If the weather permits there will be a non-gaited and gaited ride. Meet at 10:00 AM to ride at 10:30 AM. We will return to the Ross’s home for a potluck. Bring your favorite dish (several people could bring cornbread) RSVP 928-925-0663.
January 13 - Open
January 20 – Open
January 27 - Open
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