What is Competitive Trail?

FB_IMG_1437866439383The competitive Trail division was developed to offer an alternative track for those members who do not wish to show their horses in the traditional way.  The Goal is to help youth learn and improve skills in riding their horses on the trail; including conditioning and care of the horse before, during, and after a trail ride.  The added bonus is the enjoyment of scenic trail rides throughout our county.

Questions about Competitive Trail?  Contact Division Chair Taran Johnson

 


2017 COMPETITIVE TRAIL RIDES

Location: Nisqually-Mashal Park - Eatonville (Nisqually National Park)

June 24th

Location: SAHARA CREEK/ ELBE HILLS: ELBE

July 23rd

Entry Form

Washington State Park's DISCOVER PASS REQUIRED!

Check out the Handbook for rules, starts on page 42

Be early... don't forget the required pre-ride rules.

A. Exam
     1. Riders will check in by the time listed and be examined by the judges.
B. Meeting
    1. All riders will attend an un-mounted pre-ride meeting where they will receive information about the trail, schedule of time, trail markings and any other pertinent information.
    2. Riders should ask all of their questions in regard to the ride at this time.

Note: this years competitive trail rides will qualify youth to participate in Working Rancher Trail at Pierce County Fair.

High Point awards to be given!