DUE TO COVID19, and the AVAILABILITY of VACCINES 
policies may change.
Until further notified, please be aware masks are required at all times - except when on your mount.

KASTLE EQUINE - 80 BUMPS INTERVALE RD, CAMPTON, NH

 SATURDAY, October 2, 2021  (Rain date SUNDAY, October 3)

online preregistration needed due to Covid19

Trail Fee $45.00  see below or use piggybank icon

Registration starts @ 8:30 Ride begins at 9:00 Last Rider out at 12:00

This trail ride was organized to memorialize those loved ones that have fought and help those who continue to fight breast cancer.  It is a nine to ten mile ride through the heart of pristine New Hampshire woodlands around Perch Pond and back. In 2020 year we raised over $5000.00. Lets see if we can blow the socks off that amount this year. You can increase your donation with having others sponsor you for each mile ridden  or with sponsoring your ride! Please print out a sponsor sheet or join our team and have others sponsor you. Sponsorship forms are below.

The cost donation for the ride is $45. This is a two part registration. 1. Fill out the registration form: click here>       and mail or email to contact person.

2. payment is payable through Ride4reason strides team:       click here >                       Your name will appear on the

donation list                     to match up registration and payment, or you can write a check to ACS and send with form.

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Make a direct donation or pay registration fee through Making Strides "Ride4Reason team" here!

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**** Please bring  a chair for your personal comfort. Check in starts at 8:30, ride starts at 9:00. Last riders out at 12:00.

A note on directions: Do not take exit 27 it takes you to Blair Bridge which has a strict weight limit. Bumps Bridge also has a weight limit. Heavy rigs should use Eastern Corner Road and turn R onto Bumps Intervale Rd., Kastle Equine is on right.

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Thank you to Kastle Equine for the event location, the Webster/Burleigh Families (Webster Land Corp and Burleigh Land Limited Partnership) for providing us access to this beautiful area, allowing riding enjoyment, hiking, and recreation uses all year long. Also, a huge thank your to the owner and managers of Spencer Brook Forest for allowing us access to the beautiful Spencer Brook forest for this ride.

Camping will be allowed if an overnight is necessary. The Kastle Equine simply asks that you leave the area as you found it or better.  Pick up manure and leave no trace. Have vet records available please! Please no dogs. The ride will encompass woods, water, bridges, flat areas and ups and downs. The ride is affiliated with both the NHH&TA and the NEHT. As last year there will be lunch and water provided.

 Interested in a Ride4reason T-shirt?  Let us know..Orders must be in by Sept.24. Cost is 15.00 each. The shirt is a 100% pre-shrunk cotton t-shirt. We can provide both women's and men's cuts. This is an example, design may change a wee bit, front will be smaller rendition of back. E-mail Dawn Brainard at  mempress_1937@comcast.net.  Hope to see you in pink!

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Our Sponsors for 2021: We can't do it without them!  

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Our Sponsors 2020: We couldn't have done it without them!

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About: Central NH Horseback riders

Central NH Horseback Riders was established in 2020 in response to the numerous horse people who needed connections for ride companions. offered clinics,arena accessibility.  It is presently a group of 25+ people. The group meets on a as needed basis at KASTLE EQUINE, CAMPTON. Persons are from a diverse area from Alexandria to Plymouth, and Bridgewater to Meredith. The group organizes "rides, clinics, fun days, parade gatherings" and raises monies through "organized trail rides" to donate for charitable and community service purposes, including riding lesson scholarships for young equestrians, and equine/animal rescue facilities. 

If interested in the group please contact us.  See Above

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