PRATER MOUNTAIN ENDURANCE RIDE

MULTI-DAY

10 MILE - POKER RIDE

AHA REGION 5 CHAMPIONSHIP

NW DIAMOND RUN

SEPTEMBER 21- 22ND, 2019

 

RIDE DETAILS

6th Annual Prater Mt. Endurance Ride

 Distances Saturday: 50 and 30 miles

Distances Sunday: 50, 30, + 10 Mile Poker Ride

 

When: September 21st - 22nd 

 

Where: Meadowbrook Ranch
Priest River, ID 

 

Fundraiser: Children's Village

 

Sanctioned: AERC 

 

Head Vet: Dr. Dick Root

Treatment Vet: TBD

Ride Managers: Tara Walker & Dani Walker

View Registration Page for Entree Fees

 

BRIEF OVERVIEW

Prater Mountain, located in beautiful Priest River, Idaho is honored to have the AHA Region 5 Endurance Championship, as well as, Prater Mountain being the final stretch for home in the NW Diamond Run series.


Riders that have already completed at Creek to Capitol Peak, Midnight Rider, and Crazy Days have the opportunity to slide into home base and find out if they will hold top honors.


Prater Mountain offers a 30 and 50-mile ride each day, and a poker ride being on Sunday only. The AHA Championship will be held concurrently with the 50-mile ride on Saturday only.

Contact Jala Neufeld for more information on the AHA Championship ride at dktajay@gmail.com .


There will be a NEW 10-mile trail for the poker players that is easy and suitable for kids and young horses. There will be cash prizes for the winning hand.

 

We offer incredible views, well-marked trails, and amazing awards. Lunch is available for purchase and dinner is included with endurance ride entry.

Awards will be presented each night after the last rider is in. Vetting starts at 3pm on Friday!

Start Times Day 1: 

50 - 6:30 AM

30 - 7:00 AM

Start Times Day 2:

50- 7:00 AM

30 - 7:30 AM

10 Milers - 10:00 AM with last rider being in by 3pm!

 

ATTENTION ** Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash at all times. For more information please to go

Prater Mountain Endurance Ride Facebook Page.

 

 

- CHILDREN'S VILLAGE-

FUNDRAISER

"Children's Village is a residential home for children who are in need of a safe haven from abuse, neglect or severe family crisis. Our children come to us through state and private placements, and  large percentage of our private placements are in family crisis due to homelessness. With the generous support of our community — your support — we make a positive impact on these children at no cost to their families.  Your contributions help us provide for 100 percent of their care, including stability, safety and love — 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Please make a donation today! Whether you make a one-time donation or pledge to be a Partner in Restoring Hope member with a monthly gift, your support will help in restoring hope and build a brighter future for local children in need." thechildrensvillage.org/about 

Support Children's Village

Less than 5% of their funding is through the state of Idaho. If you would like to financially support Children's Village, please select the "Donate Now" button.  Donations help provide a stable, nurturing, home environment for the kids. You can also donate by bringing any of the following "wish list" items to ride camp! All donations will be dropped off after the ride. 

 

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 WISH LIST

Kitchen:

  • Tortillas

  • Cashews, Walnuts

  • Canned or Frozen Veggies

  • Butter

  • Canned Fruit

  • Cheddar Cheese

  • Granola Bars-Low Sugar          

  • Frozen or Fresh Berries

  • Chicken Broth

  • Beef Broth

  • Whole Grain Crackers

  • Cheese Sticks

  • Creamy Peanut Butter

  • Cooking Oil

  • Cooking Spray
     

Household:

  • Free & Clear Dryer Sheets

  • 33 Gallon Garbage Bags

  • Paper Towels

  • Tri-fold Paper Towels

  • Nitrite Gloves (Med & Lrg)

  • Napkins

  • Toilet Bowl Cleaner

  • Scrapbooks/Photo Albums

  • Ziploc Gallon Freezer & Storage Bags

  • Laundry Soap

  • One Piece Swimming Suits (Girl’s 5T and 7-10; Women’s Sm-Lrg)

  • Swimming Trunks (Boy’s 3T – 11 Years)
     

Office Supplies:

  • Stamps 

Always in need of:

  • ​​​Financial Donations to help us provide a stable, nurturing, home environment for our kids.

 

 

GETTING

 

HERE

 

 

DIRECTIONS FROM TOWN, PRIEST RIVER

  • Head north on Highway 57 for 3.7 Miles from town

  • Turn right on to Peninsula Road

  • Continue for 5.6 miles until Eastside Cutoff Road

  • Turn right Eastside Cutoff Road 

  • Continue for 1 mile, camp will be on your left!

ACCOMMODATION

Ride camp is on the Meadowbrook Ranch owned by the Savage family Trusts.
Trails are located on two other ranches the McAbee Falls Ranch owned by Mike Bays and Lazy T
Ranch owned by Craig and Gayla Turner. Please respect private property! The trails are primarily
located on US Forest lands (west side of Priest River) and Idaho Dept of Lands (east side of Priest
River).

 

VOLUNTEER

It takes a village to put on a successful ride! Please contact us if you'd like to help or volunteer. Your help is much appreciated! 

 
 
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