This is for serious students of horsemanship, who would like more experience with western, extreme trail riding, colt starting, and endurance riding. There will be lots of saddle time. Expect to take part in all the daily chores, from cleaning corrals, to helping in the kitchen. When guests arrive, you will be treated as ‘one of the crew’. You are expected to get along ok with everyone and help out as needed.
You must be at least eighteen years old or accompianed by an adult, phsically fit and able to lift at least fifty pounds, willing to endure long hours in the saddle, along with other activities such a fixing fence or cleaning corrals and helping make beds (for guests). You should be a strong intermediate rider, and willing to push yourself, at times, and able to ride alone at times. A drivers license is helpful and if you are able to drive a stick shift, that is a plus!
Thr riding schedule is flexible, due to weather. However, the indoor arena is always available. There may also be days when we go to town for supplies. Your insurance must cover horsebackriding and you are strongly encouraged to wear a helmet. Bring your own. Participation is limited and on a first come, first served, basis.
Transportation from Worland is covered, as are meals, horses and tack. Not covered is Endurance Ride entry fees, and rodeo entry fees.
April 27 – May 11…..incluides the Medicine Lodge Endurance Ride
May 13- May 27…….includes the Wyoming Endurance Ride
June 11- June 26…….includes the Red Hills Endurance Ride (Held Here!) (one extra day, due to scheduling)
June 30 – July 14……includes the Big Horn 100 Endurance Ride
Price for two weeks: $1,200. USD