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Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve Benefit Trail Ride

  • When May 18, 2019 from 09:30 AM to 05:00 PM (America/Chicago / UTC-500)
  • Where Woolaroc Ranch, Bartlesville, OK
  • Contact Phone 918-336-0307 ext. 10
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Woolaroc, the country retreat of oilman Frank Phillips, in the beautiful rolling Osage Hills. Trail ride covers approx 15 miles of terrain rarely open to the public. It is common to see buffalo, elk, deer, and longhorn cattle. From 10am-5pm, non-riders can enjoy visiting the historic lodge, the museum of western art by Remington, Leigh, and Russell, a collection of Colt firearms, and a collection of Navaho blankets.

$50/rider, tax deductible (Frank Phillips Foundation, Inc, 501c(3) nonprofit organization.) Lunch & dinner included with registration. Meals for non-riders, $10, each. Must provide own horse & tack.

May arrive after 3pm, Friday; gate closes at 9pm.

Saturday - arrival and check-in, 7-9am. Ride promptly at 9:30am. Lunch stop 11:45am; afternoon ride, 1pm. Return to camp by 3:30. Dinner begins at 4pm.

Primitive camping available Friday night; port-a-potties available. Water access is 200 ft from camp; no electricity. For camping Saturday night, $10 fee.

Pre-registration encouraged by May 15. Make checks payable to The Frank Phillips Foundation Inc; mail to Frank Phillips Foundation, Inc, PO Box 1647, Bartlesville, OK 74005.  Pay with credit card by calling or online at www.woolaroc.org.

Current negative Coggins for all horses.