ALL 2020 AERC EVENTS are CANCELLED due to COVID restrictions.
June 12th, 13th, 14th, & 15th, 2020
The Spanish Peaks Pioneer
The “Spanish Peaks Pioneer” is our first event of the season, a 4-day ride with LD’s, 50s, and ~10mi Fun rides EVERY day (Fri/Sat/Sun/Mon.) Vets: Dr. Tom Currier, Dr. Carter Hounsel, Dr Kelly Stoneburner, and Dr Miranda Andress. Management Team: Tennessee Lane, Cody McCullough, and Debby Blouin. Please click Sign Up if you will be attending this event! No need to pre-pay.
June 16-18 are rest days with fun activities for the whole family. On The 16th we will host a cornhole tournament with a cash prize. On the morning of the 17th, we will have the “Horseless Rider” 5k and 10k walk/run. Then that afternoon we will have a 10 mile Poker Ride with cash prizes. On the 18th, Cowboy Golf will be open for play and we will also be registering and vetting for the Wahatoya Cup.
June 19th & 20th, 2020
SP100 – The Wahatoya Cup
Immediately following the SPP and festivities… a 2-day event with LD’s, 50s, and ~10mi Fun rides both days (Fri/Sat,) plus a 75, 75-elevator, and 100 miler (The Wahatoya Cup) on Saturday. Vets: Dr. Tom Currier, Dr. Carter Hounsel, Dr Kelly Stoneburner, and Dr Miranda Andress. Management Team: Tennessee Lane, Cody McCullough, and Debby Blouin. Wahatoya is pronounced wah-hah-TOY-uh and is the original Native American name for the Spanish Peaks area where this ride is hosted. Please click Sign Up if you will be attending this event! No need to pre-pay.
LDs: 7:30am 50s: 7:00am 75s: 5:00am 100s: 5:00am (Fun Rider start times vary!)
All Start times are subject to change due to weather for safety reasons.
Meet our veterinarians!
New to endurance riding?
A great way to get in to this sport is to enter one of our fun rides, they are set up just like an endurance ride but they are only ~9-15 miles and just one loop, but you will learn about vet checks, vet cards, rules, how to “vet your horse in” to the ride, and how to “vet out” for completion etc. We are very patient with this group of riders and happy to answer questions. On top of that, you will be surrounded by more experienced endurance riders doing the 25-50-75-100 mile rides, so you can observe and volunteer and learn everything you need to know in order to start bumping up in the mileage categories or get competitive. These rides are gorgeous so you and your horse will have a blast, all you need is basic, independent trail-riding skills (helmets are required for fun riders.)