May 1, 2008

RVers welcome at the The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride


August 31 through September 13, 2008 are the dates for the 2nd Annual Great Santa Fe TrailHorse Race Endurance Ride.

The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race is a 515 mile endurance ride completed over a 14 day period.

According to The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride homepage...

The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride was developed to bring attention to the Santa Fe Trail and to assist in developing tourism along the trail. It is a fourteen day equestrian event with riders retracing part of the most famous trail in America.

This trail was first traveled by Francis Vasques de Coronado in 1541. He brought the first horses to this part of the world and it was on this trail that Native Americans first saw horses.

RVers are invited to overnight in the Race Villages and interact with the riders, their teams, and the people in the rural communities the Race goes through.

There will be ample room for RVers to dry camp in the race villages with 10 overnight villages throughout the 14 days. Arrangements for water and sewer needs will be made and parks with hook-ups will be available and welcoming nearby.


More details can be found at The Official The Great Santa Fe TrailHorse Race Endurance Ride Homepage

YouTube features a slide show of the 2007 Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride.



Source: The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride
Trader Online Web Developer

No comments:

Post a Comment

To maintain a polite and safe environment we are most likely to remove comments that contain:

- Advertisements or solicitations for products.

- Threats, harassment, obscene language, as well as comments that are degrading to others on the basis of race, ethnicity, and religion.

- Links to off-topic sites that are posted only to solicit traffic.

Comments that are deemed to be inappropriate will be deleted without notification.