July 23, 2017
The Registration Form for the Cowichan Valley Rail Trail AERC/ERABC sanctioned 25 & 50 mile Endurance Ride and BCCTRA Level 1 & 2 Competitive Trail Ride on Saturday August 26, 2017 has been posted on the BCCTRA website. Visit the Schedule & Events Page to learn more.
July 17, 2017
CARIBOO CTR UPDATE: Due to the wildfires in the Cariboo region, the Cariboo CTR is CANCELLED. We wish all of the ride organizers/volunteers, all of the area residents and all First Responders the best of luck with the wildfires.
June 10, 2017
NEWS FLASH: The Spruston Back Country CTR/Endurance ride on June 24 will now be held at GLENORA staging area on the Cowichan Valley Trail, NOT in Spruston. It was felt that there will be too much "grad" activity for a relaxing ride so likely the Spruston ride site will be used a little later in the year instead. We'll keep you posted. In the meantime, mark your calenders for June 24 and come to THIS LOCATION. There will be camping over on Friday night, vetting 7:30 Saturday morning. Visit the Schedule & Events page to learn more and to access a Registration Form.
May 13, 2017
Ride Information and the Registration Form for the Spruston AERC/ERABC Sanctioned 25 & 50 mile Endurance Ride BCCTRA Level 1 & 2 Competitive Trail Ride on Saturday June 24, 2017 in South Nanaimo (Vancouver Island) has been posted on the BCCTRA website. Visit the Schedule & Events Page to learn more. The FUN & GAMES RIDE and CLUB FUNDRAISER on June 10 & 11, 2017 in Coombs (Vancouver Island) is fast approaching. Lots of fun activities planned - something for everyone! Visit the Schedule and Events page to learn more.
April 2, 2017
Information and Directions and the Registration Form for the Cariboo Plateau CTR on July 29, 2017 at Spruce Hill Resort & Spa (formerly Hills Health Ranch) in 108 Mile Have been posted to the website. Visit the Schedule and Events page to learn more.
April 1, 2017
The BCCTRA successfully hosted another Introduction to Competitive Trail Riding Workshop (aka "Schooling Ride" for you old timers). Participant received valued classroom instruction from Tammy Mercer-Gervais and then applied the theory to a short mock CTR led by numerous Mentor Riders. Thank you President Tammy and Central/North Island Director Bev Voigt for organizing this valued learning opportunity. Further Thank You's to Bev and her husband Gerd for hosting the Workshop at their Paradise Acres Ranch, including the great lunch and refreshments! Of course, thank you to all the Volunteers for taking the time to serve as Mentor Riders and vet-check personnel to the students and their horses - we could host this event without you! Finally, Thank You to Horse Council BC for the funding support that helps make this event possible. We hope to see this year's students out on the trails!
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