Ride For A Hero Equine Obstacle Challenge
December 11 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Annual Ride for a Hero Obstacle Challenge is open to the public to come out and enjoy music, greet food, hay rides and some fun games. Enjoy watching your favorite riders tackle our 20 course obstacle challenge. We are expecting over 65 riders so it should be nonstop action.
Location: Camp Freedom 4342 se 8th Ave Melrose FL 32666.
Check out High point prize below.
We will have three levels, youth, novice, and advanced. Belt buckles will be awarded for each first place winner in each division. Beautiful Ribbons will be awarded through 6 place in each division. In hand and riding will be combined for the final score in each level. 40.00 entry fee for each class. We will have food on the premises, some wonderful barbecue , smoked chicken and pork along with some great sides. Overnight stays available very small additional fee and we have a few round pens available as well for your horses. Please remember this is a fun time and all the proceeds will go to help To Heal The Hidden Wounds Of War. Any questions please feel free to email me directly. You can pay when you arrive in the morning registration will start at 8:30 first horse out at 10. Cash, check or credit card are accepted. My email is [email protected] or call us at 1-800-875-0309
High Point winner of the day at our obstacle challenge will also receive a weekend retreat for their family and their horses at some point in the 2021 calendar year. This will give you access to our Trails on the ranch to ride your horses, fishing ,kayaking and some hog hunting if desired. Your meals will also be provided the only thing you you’ll have to bring is your personal belongings and food for your horses. You would come in Friday evening and check out Sunday evening. We can do up to four people and please keep in mind this is a very sacred Ranch that heals a lot of our veterans so it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be able to come and stay for a weekend. I’m not sure you can put a value on the time you’ll have spent with your family but I know if you had to go somewhere and take your horses to stay at a ranch for four people with meals included it would probably run about $2,500.