I don’t own a horse, but I would like to ride. Will there be horses available to lease?
Yes, there are horses available to lease at a rate of $100/half day. Anyone leasing horses must sign a waiver. Horses are limited and need to be reserved in advance. Rider weight limits and previous horse experience may apply. Please contact us for details regarding leasing horse(s).
I can’t make the whole ride. Can I come for only a portion?
Riders can ride any or all segments. Watch our website for updates as we may need to change camping areas and departure times.
Can you pony a second riding horse with you?
You can pony an extra horse. Most will put up a temporary corral or leave extra or spare horses tied and then move them up at the end of the day. We will have an extra person or two to watch and water the spare horses.
Will someone give rides back to rigs to move each day?
Yes. We will get you back to your trucks/trailers at the end of the day or move them up early in the day, depending on the weather and forecast.
What type of trail are you on?
Most of the riding will be along wide ditch areas. Some riding will be cross country, on gravel or dirt roads, and parts through rough and rocky country. You may need to plan to have shoes on horses.
Can my friends/family join in sometime during the day?
Your family or friends can join at any time for any segment or for evening campfires. Each night we will be at a campground or facility that has water for the horses and bathroom facilities for the riders. There are also restaurants or convenience stores for food. Be sure to pack your own noon lunch and refreshments.
Are dogs allowed at your rig – not on the trail but left at your trailer?
As long as the dogs are good around horses and don’t follow the ride during the day, they will be welcome.
What provisions are there for meals?
All are on their own for meals. Convenience stores or restaurants are available at most campsites. Local groups will provide some meals.