Six RS Ranch LP
20081 FM 831
April 26-28, 2019
Dorris Ann has invited us to ride on her private ranch to enjoy the clean pastures, the running creeks and the herds of registered cows. We will ride with her through pastoral areas and near a cemetery.
Ride out Saturday morning leaving at 9:00, returning to camp about noon. Saturday afternoon ride at 2:00 and return to camp about 5:00. Sunday morning ride leaves at 9:00. No riding on your own. Please leave the pasture as pristine as when we arrived.
Saturday potluck supper will be the only meal served at the carport at the Painted Horse Inn (the house near the gate). The ranch is graciously cooking hamburgers so bring your own drink and a dessert to share. For other meals, there are restaurants in Buffalo which is about 15 minutes down the road. A fire ring will be available.
Primitive camping Friday and Saturday night. Horse water in camp and creek water on the trails. No public restrooms.
The Painted Horse Inn is available for rent for the weekend for $250 a night. It sleeps 6 to 12 people with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. The kitchen is open. All linens and paper products will be furnished. To reserve, call Doris Ann at 903-545-2587.
There will be 8 covered 10' x 12' stalls with a 12' X 20' run available for $25/ weekend. Call Doris Ann at 903-545-2587.
TETRA member $25 per person for day or weekend ride and $30 for non-member day or weekend ride
For more information about the ride, call Debby Alley at 512-517-9476.
TETRA rules /trail etiquette must be observed on all TETRA sponsored trail rides. Horses prone to kick must have a red ribbon attached to their tail. Dogs must stay on a leash at all times. either in camp or on the trail. Practice noise discipline in camp, i.e. no loud music. Be ready to ride at the set "ride out" time. Make this trail ride enjoyable and safe for everyone by adhering to trail ride rules.
DIRECTIONS: In Buffalo, Texas, turn south on Hwy 75 from the intersection of Hwys 79 and 75. Go 4 miles to FM 831 and turn east. You will go 10 miles - through the town of Flo and across Serasco Creek - to a brick gate. Take the ranch road to the camp area. Signs will be posted.