September 3rd, 4th,  & 5th 2021

Centerville, Idaho
Endurance, Limited Distance, and Trail Rides

 ~ Sanctioned by AERC


We will offer 3 fabulous days of riding in the beautiful Boise Basin where Gold was discovered in 1862, and wonderful treasures are still found today.

Day 1 – Friday September 3rd , 25 and 50 mile endurance rides

Day 2 – Saturday September 4th, 25 and 55 mile endurance rides

Day 3 – Sunday September 5th, 25 and 50 mile endurance rides.

Come ride southwest Idaho's trail & distance treasure.
Over 40 years and still growing!

Pre-register by August 31  and Pay later!
Please pre-register to save time and let us plan for awards.(Registration also available in camp).


Directions:  From I-84 in Boise take Hwy 21 NE 36 miles to Idaho City. Turn Left (north) onto Montgomery St.  At the end of the street, turn left (west) and continue for 7 miles (dirt road between towns) to Centerville.  Turn right (north) onto Henry’s creek Rd. and continue approx. ½ mile into camp.

Camp:  Ride camp is located on private property, but borders public land so weed free hay is preferred.  Horse water will be supplied but bring people water.  DOGS are always welcome, but must be leashed at all times.  Do NOT bring dogs to registration, vet area, ride meetings or awards dinner.  FIRE danger is very real this time of year – only one community fire will be allowed, if any. Bring your own food.  No meals provided.

FEE Schedule:  All Distances $110 for the 1st day ridden, $105 for additional days, current year/reciprocating ride managers 50%off (one day only; other days at full price).  Trail Riders $25 for the 1st day ridden, $20 for additional days.  Non-AERC members will be subject to an additional $15 per day non-member fee

JUNIORS (under age 18 as of 1/1/21) ride FREE

 Starting Times:  50 and 55 mile riders @6:00am; LDs @ 7:00am.  Trail ride any time after 9am but no later than 3pm (trail riders must check in & out with ride management)  Check-in and Vetting to start approx. 4pm on Thursday Sept 2nd for Friday riders, Pre-vet times for Saturday and Sunday will be at the discretion of the Vets.

Trails:  Trails are primarily old logging roads, ATV and single-track trials on private property, US Forest Service and Idaho State Lands.  The terrain is mostly sound footing with sandy surfaces, but there are rocky sections. Hoof Protection is STRONGLY recommended for all horses competing. 

Read our history here    Ride Flyer   Register