Georgetown NATRC sanctioned Competitive Trail Ride

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July 21, 2012
Georgetown NATRC sanctioned Competitive Trail Ride

Event Details

NATRC sanctioned Competitive Trail Ride Sat. July 21, 2012. One day ride through forest roads and single tracks high above the American River Canyon. Staging will be at the Dru Barner Horse Camp. This is a great facility and can handle all sizes of rigs. It's also a public campground so you are able to come early or stay additional days to ride on your own. These are great trails through the Sierra Foothills. The campground is shaded by tall trees and horse water is easily accessible. For Georgetown Competitive Trail Ride information, contact the ride manager listed or the ride secretary Betty Young ( or log onto for Region 1 ride information and the Georgetown registration forms. NATRC (North American Trail Ride Conference) sanctions competitive trail rides throughout the U.S.This ride is NOT a race. NATRC rides are based on condition and soundness of the horse and the rider's performance, not speed. Pace and distance are determined by the division entered (including a junior division). The various classes allow for competition by riders or horses at different experience levels. The attention to horse care, good horsemanship, safety and camaraderie has made competitive trail riding one of the nation's most popular horse activities. First time competitors are always welcome. New competitor information is available from Linda Thomason, Region 1 Chairman and Outreach Coordinator (510) 651-9470

How to Get Here:
Dru Barner Horse Camp Georgetown, CA
United States
Contact Info
Laura Harvey-ride manager