Equestrian Poker Ride

Equestrian Poker Ride to be held at Riverside State Park Sunday, July 11th, 2021, hosted by Ponderosa Back Country Horsemen

What: Ponderosa Back Country Horsemen (PBCH) is hosting the poker ride for area equestrians.  Riders of all ages will ride a well-marked trail to play a game of “skill” to build a poker hand. There will also be raffles and music.

Who: Ponderosa is a local chapter of Back Country Horsemen (BCH) that helps to preserve and enhance the rights of responsible horsemen to use horses and mules on public land.  We do this by building and maintaining trails, teaching and practicing Leave No Trace, and working with land managers and government officials to represent equestrians.  

Why: The Poker Ride is a fundraiser for tools, construction materials, and educational materials for our mission and provides chapter operating funds. 

Who Should Attend: Area equestrians of all ages that enjoy riding the trails and having a good time with their riding partners. Event flyer & registration form at PBCHW.com

When: Sunday, July 11th, 2021.  First riders out at 9am.  All riders out by 11am.  From 8am to 11am enter a raffle for many great donated items. 

Where: Equestrian Area of Riverside State Park, 3402 N Equestrian Lane, near Spokane WA.  See website PBCHW.com.

Contact: 

Ken Carmichael

Event Chairman

509-466-2225

[email protected]

Photo Provided By: Ponderosa Back Country Horsemen

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