Ride With AQHA in Eminence
Join AQHA June 24 - July 1 in Eminence, Missouri, for a week of trail riding, clinics and more.
March 8, 2017
American Quarter Horse Association
Join the American Quarter Horse Association for a week of festive fun June 24 to July 1 in picturesque Eminence, Missouri.
Hosted by Cross Country Trail Rides, the week will be packed with swimming, fishing, concerts and dances. You and your horse will enjoy trail riding on more than 300 miles of forested and riverside trails. Barrel racing and AQHA Trail Challenge clinics will be held throughout the week, ending in an AQHA Trail Challenge and barrel racing competitions. A covered arena is also available to riders.
Admission is $245 for adults, $180 for children ages 6-11, $85 for children ages 3-5, and children 2 and under are $15 each. Your admission covers your meals, entertainment and camping. Horse stalls are $20 each. You must bring or buy dehydrated pellet bedding for the stalls. You will need to purchase/bring your own hay, feed and water buckets. You can purchase bedding and feed on site.
Camping spots and stalls are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You can arrive as early as June 24 at no extra charge. However, meals will not be provided until June 28.
AQHA will host a welcome party June 27 and a barrel race on June 28.
The AQHA Trail Challenge on June 30 is the only event that requires an additional fee. The cost for AQHA members is $10 for adults and $5 for youth participants. Non-members can participate for $55 for adults and $25 for youth. All breeds, all ages and all disciplines are encouraged to join in the Trail Challenge fun.
Book your stalls and camp site as early as possible to make sure you don’t miss out on an exciting event! All horses must have a current negative Coggins and out-of-state horses must have a 30-day interstate health certificate.
For more details and an updated schedule, visit www.aqha.com/eminence. Visit the Cross Country Trail Rides website to book your trip.
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