Columbia Basin, WA – Attending Equine Trail Sports Competition

Posted on: January 24th, 2021 by Anne Reed | in | No Comments

When:
June 26, 2021 @ 7:00 am – June 27, 2021 @ 6:00 pm
2021-06-26T07:00:00-07:00
2021-06-27T18:00:00-07:00
Where:
Glenwood Rodeo Grounds
63 Trout Lake Highway Glenwood
WA 98619
Cost:
See Event Website under Contacts for Entry Fees/Lodging Reservation Details and prices.
Contact:
Jan Wallace
(541) 806-0059

Come have fun at the ETS event in Glenwood, WA and enjoy the amazing trails!

About The Venue

We’re excited to be back at the Ketchum Calf Rodeo Grounds in beautiful Glenwood, WA.  Having our dates in June should make the weather more pleasant for riding. This location is about 12 miles east on paved roads from our previous location.

Plenty of dry camping and water is available.  There are no pens on bring your own corrals or bring your high line set up, there are plenty of trees.

Trails meander thru forest land with some uphill and downhills but safe and quiet areas.  Wildlife is abundant and we will skirt farmland and cattle pastures and open rangeland.  Good water crossings on the trail.

Event Details

Come join us for 2 days of relaxing trail riding on the eastern foothills of Mt Adams in the beautiful Glenwood Valley. Trails wind thru the thick forest and along streams offering a wide variety of vegetation and beauty.  Ride will be approximately 7 miles each day.

Day Riders Very Welcome.  Saturday Night Dinner Gathering, Bring your own food & beverages.

We will be practicing Social Distancing and Safety Protocols.  We ask you to please remember that in this time of social distancing you consider others as you move around camp and other areas.  If you would like to wear a mask then I encourage you to do what you feel is right.  No one will care.  Disposable gloves will be available to all riders.  Please do not toss them on the ground (we will provide zip lock bags to dispose of them in).  Everyone is required to sign a health waver to comply with health regulations.

Port-a-potty will be located near the registration trailer. Three water spigots are conveniently located in the camping area.. There will be a bottle of sanitizer spray in the port-a-potty.  Please use the spray if you use the port-a-potty.

Please pack your trash out with you.  The Rodeo Grounds Committee was kind enough to allow us to use their facility and I want to make certain it is cleaner than when we arrive.  Same goes with the trails.  Manure pile will be available to use in the camping area.

If you have any questions please see me.

AGENDA

FRIDAY
7:00-9:00pm Early Check In Available until 9pm
SATURDAY – Trail Challenge
7:00 – 7:45am New arrival Check In
8:00am Judge Meeting
9:00am Rider Briefing
10:00am First riders out on the trail
Lunch On your own
Judge Shout Outs once all riders are in, Listen for the HORN
Awards After Judge Shout Outs!
6:30 pm Social Distancing Dinner
SUNDAY – Trail Challenge
7:00 – 7:45am New arrival Check In
7:00am Judge Meeting
8:00am Rider Briefing
9:00am First riders out on the course
Lunch On your Own
Judge Shout Outs once all riders are in, Listen for the HORN
Awards After Judge Shout Outs!
TRAVEL Travel Safely

The Terrain

Trails are well maintained and are suitable for all ages and abilities. Some areas are rocky, you know your equine and your choice is best, barefoot, boots or shod.. We will be riding on old logging accesses and trails.  Plenty of shade and water in two places on the trail.

Meals

Breakfast and Lunch on your own. The Glenwood Store is located a mile east of the rodeo grounds and has a great menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Saturday night dinner, bring your own meal.  We ask that you observe social distancing. Please bring your own plates and flatware and beverage of your choice.

Awards

Daily Awards: Beautiful ribbons 1st-6th place Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced! 1st-3rd place Junior (age 13-17), 1st-3rd place Youngin’ (age 7-12), and 1st place Newcomer!

Weekend High Point Awards to Novice, Intermediate & Advanced Divisions.

The Glenwood events are the first 2 events of the Mt Adams Buckle Series . Refer to Tournament for additional Series information.

Additional Fees

Payment for ALL Amenities reserved at the time of online registration are due ON SITE and are NOT collected at the time of online registration.

$10 Dry Camping fee per night payable at the ride. Bring your own containment system. No pens are available.

Additional Opportunities

Conboy WIldlife Refuse is minutes away and offer spectacular viewing of PNW wildlife.

 

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