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Trail Rides

2016 Fall Ride in the Flint Hills to the Knute Rockne Memorial

It was a beautiful fall day on the Kansas prairie for the KHC Fall Ride in the Flint Hills to the Knute Rockne Memorial! Thank you to riders who participated and to landowners who shared access to their grasslands. A lone coyote, prairie chickens, and even a jackrabbit were among the wildlife sightings! Following the ride, the group returned to the trailhead near a running creek and a grove of trees and enjoyed a hot dog roast.

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2016 Spring Ride with the Kansas Horse Council at Kanopolis Lake

April 30-May 1, 2016


Though Mother Nature tried her best to discourage it, over 50 avid trail riders enjoyed the unique trails at Kanopolis Lake, April 30. The day was cool and misty, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of those who were Kanopolis novices and others who already considered these trails their favorite in Kansas! Due to rains on Friday, the Saturday ride left camp at Noon and returned to camp about 4pm, where former KHC board member Steve Lindsay had a wonderful meal prepared. The Director of the National Drovers Hall of Fame in Ellsworth, Jim Gray, was our guest; following dinner, he shared colorful stories of the 
history of the area. Steve provided hot biscuits and gravy on a cool, misty Sunday morning, and 14 of the true die-hards headed out for a 3-hour ride. A big thank you to our trail leaders and outriders, Richard & Tracy McIntire, Ron Woods, Ron Hubbard, and KHC President Justin Janssen, for keeping our riders safe. We heard several comments from first-time riders at Kanopolis, who were excited to make plans to return. That’s our goal of promoting our Kansas public parks that welcome equestrians!

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Fall Ride in the Flint Hills with the Kansas Horse Council

October 17-18, 2015

Thank you to the ranch owners of Pottawatomie County for sharing their slice of the Flint Hills with the Kansas Horse Council! Over 40 riders enjoyed the varied terrain SS850116Saturday, and 20 stayed over for a morning ride on Sunday. Thank you, also, to all who participated in this great weekend!

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