Six RS Ranch LP
20081 FM 831
April 27 - 29, 2018
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 primitive camp in her pasture and ride with her through pastoral areas and near a cemetery.
Saturday morning guided ride will leave at 9:00 and return to camp about noon. Saturday afternoon guided ride will leave at 2:00 and return to camp about 5:00. Sunday morning, we will ride at 9:00 as a group. Please leave the pasture as pristine as we found it by 2:00.
Saturday potluck supper will be the only meal served. The ranch is providing BBQ brisket and pork butts. Please bring a side dish or a dessert. We will gather in the carport at the Painted Horse Inn (the house near the gate). For other meals, there are restaurants in Buffalo which is about 15 minutes down the road.
There is hydrant water in camp for horses and creeks on the trail. A fire ring will be available.
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 4 covered 10' x 12' stalls with a 12' X 20' run available for $15/ night or $25/ weekend. Call Doris Ann at 903-545-2587.
Cost is $25 per person for day or weekend ride.
For more information about the ride, call Debby Alley at 512-517-9476.
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.
TETRA REGION 5 – CINCO DE MAYO RIDE
Ebenezer Park – Lake Sam Rayburn
May 4-6, 2018
Jasper, TX 75951
There are 13 Campsites w/ water, electric, pens, dump station, rest rooms, and showers. RV sites: $26 per night (includes 2 pens). Current Negative Coggins Required. Make individual campsite reservations thru Recreation.gov. Camp fills up quickly so make reservations NOW! First come, first served.
Pre-register for ride through TETRA website: www.tetratrails.com.
Ride Fees: $20 per rider, payable to TETRA (covers insurance and main course for Saturday night meal). Non-riders pay $10 for Saturday meal.
TETRA will provide chicken fajita meat for Saturday night. Everyone else is asked to bring side items to share. We will need tortillas, salsa, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, and dessert. Bring your own drinks. Please let Steve know what you would like to bring so we can coordinate the dinner.
Ebenezer Park features sandy trails through some of the most beautiful equestrian areas in Southeast Texas. Trails glide over rolling hills, creeks, and gullies. Some trails even have beach access allowing you to cool off on a hot day. The park, itself, is absolutely beautiful. Ebenezer is one of the go-to destinations for horse-lovers in Texas. Don’t miss out on this fantastic ride.
Ride out Saturday at 9:00 am and again after lunch. Dinner at 6:00 pm.
We will have a short ride on Sunday morning for those that are interested.
DIRECTIONS: Hwy 255 (Go E off Hwy 63 approx 8 miles toward dam. Park entrance on left) Jasper, TX 75951
Our Cinco De Mayo Ride at Ebenezer sold out within 24 hours due to the popularity of the park and the limited number of sites. We have learned that there is a very nice KOA Campground, with covered horse facilities, located 10-15 minutes from Ebenezer. You can opt to stay there and trailer over to Ebenezer for the ride and dinner. For those without LQ trailers, they offer several types of cabins that sleep 4-6 people.
Their info is as follows: Brookeland/Lake Sam Rayburn KOA
505 CR 212
Brookeland, TX 75931
Come join us for the fun!For Information contact Region 5 Director, Steve Hancock at 972-877-2206.
Reynold's Creek Equestrain Campground
May 25 to 28, 2018
Details to be Announced
Contact Sara McMillan with questions at 254-749-3338
TETRA Talk Newsletter Deadline
June 15, 2018
Please submit all articles and ads to:
Cyndi Strickland, TETRA Talk Editor
Land Line: 910-464-3331
August 17, 2018
TETRA Region 5 Trail Ride at
Half-Assed Mule Camp
September 14 to 16, 2018
Cinch Up the Date!!!
Details To Follow
For more information, contact Steve Hancock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 2, 2018
Reynold's Creek Equestrian Campground
November 2 to 4, 2018
For questions, contact Sara McMillan at 254-749-3338.
TETRA Region 10 Benefit Ride for SNAP Bandera State Park @ Chapa Camp
Date: 9 Nov 2018 2:00 PM
TETRA Benefit Ride for
State Natural Area Partners
Guided trail ride groups will be held Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon, and Sunday morning.
There are 10 electric hookups and 10 pens in the barn are available.
Arrive after 2:00PM when registration begins. Friday. Saturday morning registration will begin at 7:00 a.m. A current coggins certificate for each horse must be presented at registration.
Cowboy stew will be served Friday night till gone. Saturday and Sunday morning breakfast will be served. TETRA will provide the meat for Saturday evening pot-luck.
Fee: Member Adults $30/ Non-Members Adults $35. Children under 18 years old are free. Day Riders for Saturday: $15/ Day Riders for Sunday: $10. Electric hookups are $25 for the weekend. Horse pens are $10 for the weekend.
Breakfast will be served at 7:30 - 8:45 a.m. Lunch is on your own. Potluck Supper on Saturday will be at 6:30 p.m.
Bring Auction Items - all money goes to benefit improvements at the park.
Ride out on Saturday will be at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Sunday morning ride at 9:00 a.m. Riders may ride out with this group or ride on their own. There maybe some playday activities in the open field.
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.
Trail Boss: Roy Blevins 830-329-3244 or email@example.com
HCSNA Park HQ at 10600 Bandera Creek Bandera, Tx 78003 830-796-4413
DIRECTIONS: From Bandera, take Hwy 173 S to Bandera Creek Road; highway sign announces Hill Country State Natural Area. Go straight after enterin gthe park, Chapa camp will be on the left.
December 18, 2017
Texas Equestrian Trail Riders Association, Inc.
Austin, Texas 78720