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Basic Rules For an Enjoyable Ride - Let's Have A Good AND Safe Time!
*Each horse must have current negative coggins documents
*No open fires
*Horses should be able to cross water.
*Well behaved dogs may kept on leash in camp, no dogs on trail.
*No Alcoholic Beverages on ride or camp
*No smoking in the saddle. Smoke breaks will be scheduled by guides.
*Ride with guide, unless on Wolfe Ranch Base Camp area
*No riding double
*Riders not cooperating with guides requests will be asked to leave.
*All horses that kick must be flagged by ribbon on tail.
*Do ask questions of your guide or staff to meet your needs
*Do let guide or staff know of any problems, we will help.
*Do bring a halter and lead rope so you may tie your horse at the lunch break.
*Do bring a hat, sunscreen, raincoat, and other items for your comfort.
*Generators must be turned off after 11:00PM
*Place your trash in dumpsters
*Liability waivers to be signed by all
*Participants under 18 require signature of parent/guardian
*Minimum age for riders 6, accompanied by parent.
*Your Guide Leader is in charge of the ride. He/she will lead the ride, determine breaks, and give assistance when
requested. The drag rider will assist the trail boss by being the last rider at all times. Both have the authority to make
decisions on the ride.
* Be sure you and your horse are in adequate physical condition for the trail ride. Use the trail levels and definitions below
to help you decide which rides are best for you and your horse. Be honest with yourself regarding your physical condition
and the physical condition of your horse. Diseased or ill horses should not be brought to trail rides.
*Check your equipment to be sure it is safe and in good repair BEFORE the ride.
* Keep your distance when riding. Rule of thumb is you should always be able to see the back feet of the horse in front of
*When approaching or leaving other riders, do so in a slow and controlled manner. NEVER trot/canter up behind or away
from other riders.
* Walk down into gullies or inclines at a safe distance; NEVER lunge or gallop into or out of them. This could cause a serious
accident by unnerving other horses. Pass only on sections of trail that are safe. Give riders behind you time to cross creeks
or other obstacles before riding on.
2018 Ride Dates
April 27-29 September 28-30
Watonga, Oklahoma
Phone: 580-830-0235