February 16 – Prescott Saddle Club Election luncheon @ the Centennial Center. 


February 24 Sunday – Barn Star Brewery Ride - Meet at 10:00 AM at the Stage Stop at the Chino Loop Rd. and Williamson Valley Rd. to caravan to the parking area.  We will have lunch and drinks at the Brewery (bring money).  Rated a 2.5 for 3.5 hours.  Jo Anne Rudolph 928-308-3803. 


March 2 -
Fair Oaks (new trail) - Meet at the mail boxes at Fair Oaks and Williamson Valley Rd. at 9:30 AM to caravan to the parking area. Rated a 3.0 for 4.5 hours including a lunch break. Tom Norris 928-636-3358.


March 9 – Tonto Mountain - Meet at the mail boxes at Fair Oaks and Williamson Valley Rd. at 9:30 AM to caravan to the parking area. Rated a 3.0 for 4.5 hours including a lunch break. Jo Anne Rudolph 928-308-3803.


March 16 – Almosta Trail Head - Meet at 10:00 AM. Gaited ride leaves at 10:20 AM. NonGaited ride leaves at 10:30 AM. Rated a 2.5 for 3 hours. Gaited ride Carol Ross 928-925-0663 and Non-Gaited ride Donna Crisfield 928-583-0915.


March 23 – Open


March 24 – 30 - Annual Caballos Del Sol Trail Ride.


March 30 – Long Meadow – Meet at the mail boxes at Fair Oaks and Williamson Valley Rd. at 9:30 AM to caravan to the parking area. Rated a 3.0 for 4.5 hours including a lunch break. Jo Anne Rudolph 928-308-3803.


April 6 – Thumb Butte - Gurley St. to the White Rock TH on the right side of the road. Meet at 9:30 AM to ride at 10:00 AM. Rated a 3.0 for 3 hours with lunch to follow at Casa Sanchez. Note: we may have to share the trail with bicycles or ATV’s in places. Tom Norris 928-636-3358 or Denise Stevens 928-899-6120.


April 13 – Fair Oaks – Meet at the mail boxes at Fair Oaks and Williamson Valley Rd. at 9:30 AM to caravan to the parking area. Rated a 3.0 for 4.5 hours including a lunch break. Carol Ross 928-925- 0663.


April 20 – Easter weekend April 27 – Groom Creek Horse Camp Cleanup - Be there by 9:30 AM work 10:00 AM to Noon. Minimum PPE recommendations: Long-sleeved shirt, hiking boots (8” leather boots), or shoes with adequate ankle support, jeans or slacks (no shorts), leather gloves, & head protection from the sun. Back Country Horsemen and Prescott Saddle Club will supply water and a pizza lunch served at noon at the Loop C Group Camp Site. Questions contact Spike Hicks 928-778-1833 or spikehicks@cableone.net.

 

 

 


 


 

​TRAIL CONDITION GUIDE

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​RIDE SCHEDULE:   ​​FEBRUARY THRU APRIL, 2019

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