Spring Horse Lover’s Weekend
Date: May 7 – 9, 2021
Are you looking for a weekend adventure centered around a western atmosphere with qualified instructors to broaden your horsemanship skills? With many classes of horsemanship to choose from, this weekend is designed to have something for everyone. The weekend will give you insights into riding and training skills while developing a deeper relationship with Christ. Come join our qualified staff for a weekend of scenic trail riding, practical ground classes, and valuable horsemanship instruction. There will be open fire cooking and many hands-on cowboy experiences all flavored with an ample portion of genuine western hospitality.
- Top Hand Quarters: $200
- Bunkhouse: $180
- RV Site: $160
Youth cost (8 – 12):
- Top Hand Quarters: $150
- Bunkhouse: $130
- RV Site: $110
- Top Hand Quarters: $135
- Bunkhouse: $110
- RV Site: $90
(age 8-12) must come with adult
- Bunkhouses are bunk-style units with no linens provided.
Bathrooms will be provided via our new central restrooms.
- Bathrooms are provided at the top hand quarters
for top-hand quarter residents.
- All housing units are shared with others unless being housed as a couple or families.
- If you would like to bring your own horse, contact MMR to obtain the necessary forms, boarding cost, and vaccination requirements. There is a weight limit of 250 lbs. for all riders. It is highly recommended that you have the ability to mount and dismount a horse with minimal assistance.
Sample Horse Lover’s Weekend Schedule:
Friday (subject to change)
4:30 – 5:30 Check in and welcome
8:00 Message from the Mount (Rafter K)
9:30 Hayride (Weather Permitting)
9:00 Activity Block #1 (2 hr. Trail, Class Set 1)
10:30 Activity Block #2 (Class Set 2)
11:30 Ground Options
1:30 Activity Block #3 (2 hr. Trail, Class Set 3)
2:30 Activity Block #4 (Class Set 4)
4:00 Message from the Mount
5:00 Ground Options
7:00 Activities in Town Hall
8:00 Campfire and singing (Ox Yoke)
9:00 Buckboard Store/Hayride
10:30 Silent Auction CLOSES!!!
8:30 Ride out for BTR (Santa Fe) Breakfast and chapel on the trail.