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  For the safety of all members, ATRA's policy is:

On single day rides or weekend rides in a large group, there will be no dogs permitted.  On longer trips, such as mountain rides, dogs may be permitted on the trail if all riders in your smaller group are in agreement.

Some riding areas require dogs to be on a leash.  Please ensure that you are aware of and obey all regulations regarding dogs in a particular area.

 

LOCAL TRAIL RIDES & UPCOMING EVENTS

Date Host Location Event Extra Info/Contact Person
Feb 10, 2018       Blackfoot Reserve   Birkie International Ski Race   page 9 of February newsletter
                 
Feb 15, 2018   ATRA   Kirk United Church   General Meeting - Pot Luck - BYO plate/cutlery   page 1 of February newsletter
Feb 19, 2018   ATRA   Birch Bay Ranch   Family Hay Ride   page 1 of February newsletter
                 
March 4, 2018   ATRA   Ken Komm's barn   Small Engine Repair Clinic with Wyes Guys   page 4 of February newsletter
                 
March 15, 2018   ATRA   Kirk United Church   General Meeting - Horseback Riding Vacations   March newsletter
                 
March 17, 2018   ATRA   TBA   Trail Ride   March newsletter
                 
Apr 15, 2018   ATRA   Breitkreuz's   Mountain Readiness Clinic   page 4 of February newsletter
                 
Apr 19, 2017   ATRA   Kirk United Church   General Meeting - Guest Speaker: Dugald Dunlop, B.Sc. - GPS:  Why, How and Where to Use   page 6 of February newsletter
                 
Apr 20-22, 2018   ATRA       GPS mapping clinics   page 6 of February newsletter
                 
Apr 27-29, 2018       Westerner Park, Red Deer, AB   Mane Event - paid positions available for ATRA booth   page 2 of February newsletter
                 
May 5, 2018 ATRA Lawrence's Farm Parade Readiness Clinic page 3 of February newsletter
                 
May 12, 2018   ATRA   Able Ranch, Bon Accord   ATRA Trail Ride Against Cancer   page 2 of February newsletter
                 
May 18-21, 2018   ATRA   Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland Provincial Park   Weekend trail riding and camping (Wierenga Pastures)   page 2 of February newsletter
                 
June 8-10, 2018   ATRA   MWS Farms, Ponoka   Camping and Trail Ride   page 3 of February newsletter
                 
June 12/13, 2018   ATRA   Day 1: Boreal Wilderness Institute, Edmonton
Day 2: Boreal Forest location TBA
  Wilderness Survival Clinic with Bruce Zawalsky   page 7 of February newsletter
                 
June 22-24, 2018   ATRA   Spruce View, AB   Obstacle & Mountain Readiness Clinic with Scott Phillips   page 4 of February newsletter
                 
June 25 - July 2, 2018   ATRA   Hummingbird Area in the Bighorn Backcountry   Mountain Camping Trip and maintenance   March newsletter
                 
July 16-21, 2018   ATRA   Cadomin   Drummond Creek Trail maintenance and Mountain Trail Riding   March newsletter
                 
July 22-29, 2019   ATRA   Cypress Hills   Trail riding and camping trip   March newsletter
                 
Aug 3-12, 2018   ATRA   Yaha Tinda   Mountain Camping trip   March newsletter
                 
Aug 19-26, 2018   ATRA   Kananaskis, Little Elbow   Mountain Camping trip   March newsletter
                 
Sept 7-14, 2018   ATRA   Panther   Pack Trip   March newsletter
Sept 28-30, 2018   ATRA   Riverwood Ranch, Evansburg   Obstacle course, trail riding and cattle drive   page 3 of February newsletter
                 
Oct 20, 2018   ATRA   Thorsby, AB   Biomechanics, Anatomy, Saddle Fit and Stretching Clinic - Certified Equine Therapist, Jody  Shultze   page 4 of February newsletter


If you have an event we should know about, call Lisa at (780) 237-7587 or email


For insurance purposes, each active trail riding member is required to hold a current Alberta Equestrian
Federation membership.

* During winter rides, temperature cutoff is -10 degrees Celcius


* All riders ride at your own risk. We encourage helmet use.
* Please be responsible.  Show by example:  Clean up and properly dispose of manure
and educate others to do so.
* Please support the Alberta Equestrian Trail Supporter Program – They in turn support our trails.
* Please be aware that the MINISTIK riding area is closed to horses from March 1 to July 15. We ask that you
respect this closure and refrain from riding there during these dates

 


 

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