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Enrollment Form
Riding Hours Log Sheet
Rules of Participation
Program Organizational Chart

Recreational Riding Programs Team
Heidi Coop
Judie Childress
Mike Bassett

Horsemen's Council article about the 2012 trail ride.

Riding Rewards Program

An all-breeds, all disciplines, frequent rider program where riders log their hours in the saddle and earn prizes each step along the way. These riders also earn points for end of year high-point awards at the IQHA Annual Convention.

Due to the uncertainty of the status fo the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and potential effects. The 2020 IQHA Recreational Ride Trail Ride for 2020 scheduled for September 25-27, 2020 at Green River Saddle Club HAS BEEN CANCELED.


Trail Riding

A series of trail rides conducted in each of the 3 IQHA Regions to benefit charities, local parks and wilderness areas, the IQHA, and the AQHA Foundation.

2018 Riding Hours Totals
2017 Riding Hours Totals
2016 Riding Hours Totals
2015 Riding Hours Totals
2014 Riding Hours Totals
Past Years High Point Riding Hours Winners

2014 Trail Ride Photos
2013 Trail Ride Photos

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Check out "TrailMeister" for tips and information regarding trail riding! TrailMeister the largest free resource for the equestrian set. is "The Rider's Resource" with free trail maps, clear and accurate camp, and trailhead information, and driving directions. All trail information is validated by land managers and trail user groups as well as "hoof on the trail". In addition to monthly trail columns in national and regional equine publications, TrailMeister also provides horse trail previews with great trail photos and video, gear reviews, and "how to's" for horseback riders, horse campers, and trail riders across the U.S.A. Speaking of that we put on a series of horse rider centric map and compass classes every winter to help keep your members land navigation skills good to go once the weather turns and we can get back onto the trails.