National Trail Ride sponsored by the FoxTrot (Tennessee) affiliate at the Timber Ridge Horse Camp in Jamestown, TN, June 14-20, 2023 at the Big South Fork. Restroom & shower facilities, 24 Campsites with electric and water available at $28 per night. Cabins are also available as well as a common area. Covered stalls for the horses at $11 per night for 3 nights or more. Shavings are available for purchase. Wash racks at each end of the barn. Potluck on Saturday night, FoxTrot will provide the meat, please bring a side or desert. Restaurants are nearby. Patriotic theme “Red, White & Blue” clothing, tack, campsite, stall. The trails are easy to moderate with over looks, creek crossings, rock Bluffs, caves and much much more, with a variety of easy, intermediate and challenging horse trails for all riders to enjoy in the natural beauty of Tennessee from the back of their horse !!!
Contact Sam Gerhardt at 423-237-8724 for more information. For reservations call 931-310-1530 https://timberridgehorsecampground.com/
Great Lakes NTR on July 7-9 Michigan Foxtrotting Horse Assoc welcomes you to their National Trail Ride at the Horseman’s Camp Ground, Chelsea, MI.
Contact Marilyn Mannino for more information @ 517-862-6676
Sugar Hill Ride on July 13-16 at Sugar Hill State Forest, Watkins Glenn, NY.
Contact: Tracy Hower @ 717-222-1139 or Lisa Stoner @ 484-614-1054
National Trail Ride, July 21-22, 2023. Sponsored by the Utah Fox Trotting Horse Breed Assoc. Location is the Mill Be Corrals, Forrest service Road 047, 7 miles up. Primitive camping, pot luck on Friday night at 7:00pm. The elevation is above 8,000 feet and some trails can bee a little steep but of moderate difficulty. Rides will be 12-15 miles. We recommend that horses be shod. For more information contact Mike Huntsman at 435-315-6557 or Jon Tanner 801-726-1822
MFTHBA Show & Celebration National Trail Rides, August 30 – September 2. Ava, MO
North Fork River Ranch, West Plains, MO
All rides will meet across from the MFTHBA Showgrounds. Meet and leave time to be announced. Bring a sack lunch. The MFTHBA trail committee recommends that all horses be shod. Camping spaces and stalls are available for rent through the MFTHBA Office @ 417-683-2468