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No RSR Meeting in July.
Next General Meeting is Sunday, August 11th 2019.
  • August meeting and Potluck/Dutch oven
  • August 11 @ 1:30pm
  • Rockin’ C Ranch (Nyna and Charlie’s)


UPCOMING RIDES
(dates may be tentative & may be subject to change.
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  • Shorty's Trail Ride Date TBA
    HOST: Gretchen Peckham

     She would like to host a ride that follows the Treasure Hunt route for those folks that didn’t get to ride it last October.  Date & more details will be sent out as they become available.

Attention All Redshank Riders Members
BCHC News - Help California Fire Victims!
UPDATE from the BCHC website:

Many thanks John Beck from the Hay Yard in Red Bluff (14300 Molluc Drive Red Bluff CA 96080) for helping us to deliver a truck and trailer load of hay to the rescue center at the Fair Ground in Gridley.  John gave a real assist by giving BCHC a big discount and arranging a squeeze in Gridley to unload the hay at no cost!!

So far BCHC have received over $9000.00 in donations.  The Butte County Animal Control has shut down the rescue site in Gridley, but as soon as things get figured out we hope to send more supplies.  From what we are hearing here are a lot of animals still inside the black zone that are safe, food and water are being transported to them daily.

Backcountry Horsemen of California has put together a

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Wildfire Relief Fund
100% of ALL funds gathered for this fundraiser will used to support displaced livestock.
Your donation will also help fund feed and supplies to assist in the training of non-horse people who will be providing the care of all the displaced equines.

Several BCHC units have already contributed. Add your personal donation today!



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HELPFUL RIDE HOSTING GUIDELINES
From Our Ride Coordinator

Do you have a favorite riding trail that you would like to share with fellow members of the Redshank Riders?  Well, we are looking for “hosts” to share their favorite trail with us!

The host is in charge of choosing a trail, pre-riding that trail to make sure it is safe), choosing a time, date and meeting place (suitable for trailer parking), making a flyer (with help), managing a little paperwork, oh, and actually hosting the ride.

Host will need to identify the trail ride they are hosting with one of the following levels:

  • Level I: Good for inexperienced riders/ horses. The terrain will be relatively level with no obstacles.  Good exercise for out of shape horses and becoming familiar with riding in a group. Easy pace.

  • Level II: This level is also recommended for an inexperienced rider and green horses. The terrain will be more demanding than level I with a few obstacles that can easily be crossed. Pace will be easy.

  • Level III: This level is not recommended for the inexperienced rider/ green horses or out of shape horses. The terrain will be challenging and the pace quicker than level I-II. The obstacles will not be suited for green horses. However, the average rider and horse will have no problem with this level.

  • Level IV: This level will be more suited for the advanced rider and horse. The terrain will be moderate - difficult at times. The obstacles will be safe for the calm experienced horse and rider only. Your horse will need to be in good physical shape and should be shod.

  • Level V: This level would be considered advanced for horse/rider. The terrain will be moderate to difficult. The obstacles will be considered hazardous with an out of control horse. The pace will be steady, long and demanding at times. Your horse must be in top condition and be shod.

Many of the Board members are familiar with the local trails and can help you decide what level is appropriate for your ride.

Download RSR Ride Host Information Booklet
Booklet includes host requirements, ride level descriptions, trail ride guidelines and release from liability form for riders.

Contact Gretchen if you are interested in hosting a ride:
Ride Coordinator:  GRETCHEN PECKHAM
Ph: (951) 763 - 4249 - .



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