Spring Competitive Trail Ride & Drive, Endurance, & Pleasure Rides

Start Date:
June 11, 2022

End Date:
June 12, 2022

Entries Open:
May 2, 2022

Entries Close:
June 3, 2022

5491 South Road, S. Woodstock, VT

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Spring Competitive Trail Ride & Drive, Endurance, & Pleasure Rides

11 Jun - 12 Jun

Event Details

Competitive Trail Ride & Drive, Saturday, June 11

25-Mile CTR&D & 15-Mile CDR&D are both ECTRA sanctioned. A fun trail ride over a marked course of dirt roads and trails. If you are new to competitive trail riding, this is a great place to start!

Judges: Dr. Joan Hiltz and Joan Stratemeyer

Endurance Ride, Sunday, June 12

50-Mile Endurance & 25-Mile Limited distance both dual sanctioned by AERC & ECTRA, plus 10-Mile Limited Distance Ride. Interested in finding out if endurance is right for you? Try out the 10-mile LD ride, a great introduction to the sport in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Judges: Dr. Matt Kornatowski & Dr. Joan Hiltz

Pleasure Ride & No Frills Ride

Offered both Saturday  and Sunday. Pleasure Ride includes meals and use of a day stall. Pre-registration is required. No Frills Ride does not include meals. 

This ride is registered with New England Horse and Trail.

Camping on the grounds is FREE for GMHA members.

Rookie Information

Event Countdown

2022/06/11 07:30:00

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Not riding? Join us as a volunteer!


Contact: Hannah Bright

Horse Health Requirements

GMHA requires a negative Coggins and proof of rabies vaccination within 12 months for each horse that comes on the property.  Rabies titers are accepted within one year of event date and must accompany a note from your veterinarian explaining the reason why the vaccine could not be administered.

Please note that the State of Vermont requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection within 30 days or Exhibition Permit from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture’s Animal Health office for any horses entering the state. GMHA does not require these documents with entry, but the VT Agency of Agriculture may enforce these regulations at any time.

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