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Welcome to the Alberta Trail Riding Association web site. ATRA is a non-profit organization actively involved in preserving the natural environment for future generations' enjoyment of equestrian activities such as driving and riding.

ATRA meets at 7pm on the 3rd Thursday of every month, excluding summer and December.  Please come and check us out! 

Meeting location (unless otherwise specified):  Kirk United Church - 13535 - 122ave, Edmonton.

Next Meeting:  February 16th, 2017

Jenn McCarty - What to be prepared for when trail or mountain riding

Jenn McCarty has been an instructor with Equi-Health Canada since 2012 and was promoted to training new instructors & program development. She is responsible for the development of the Equi-Safety programs including: Disaster Planning & Emergency Preparedness; Safe Trailering Practices; and Livestock Handling & Emergencies for First Responders. She is also certified to instruct: Equine Health & Emergency Equine First Aid; Advanced Equine First Aid, with Wilderness & Remote components; kids I CAN HELP equine first aid; The Barn & Beyond, Barn Safety; Kids YEAH OR NEIGH, farm safety; and Fundamentals of Equine First Aid. She started instructing when she was living in Ontario & has taught throughout North America. In 2016 she was a guest speaker at the Red Deer Mane event on disaster planning for the farm.

 

 

ATRA Family Hay Ride on Monday, Feb 20 at 2pm

Birch Bay Ranch, 51505 Rge Rd 215, Sherwood Park. Dress warm. We’ll have a fire, cocoa and marshmallows. Please sign up at a meeting or let Lisa know by Feb 16 if you plan to attend so we know if we need 1 or 2 rides. 780-237-7587 or lisa_f@mailcan.com

 

A schedule of activities for 2017 is on the "Events" page.
The Executive for 2016 is on the "Contact Us" page
 

 

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