Peruvian Horse World
The World of Peruvian Paso Horses
CTR and NATRC discussions
Latest Activity: Mar 7
This group does not have any discussions yet.
My next ride is at Hard Labor Creek State Park in Rutledge May 3-4. Two CTCs and an AOC. Saturday also has a Parelli Instructor taking people back out and coaching them through obstacles.
Thanks for the info on upcoming ACTHA events in GA! Where are you hosting the 3 ride weekend in June...I'll need an address!
I'm so proud of the positive exposure you're providing the Peruvian horse! I've always felt they are better on the trail than in the show ring, and that says a lot!
Marianne there are some ACTHA (American Competitive Trail Horse Association) rides coming that are actually north of I-20..LOL. 3/15 & 3/16 in Crawfordville, 3/29 in Statham, 4/05 in Powder Springs and 4/12 & 4/13 in Dahlonega! These are both Competitive Trail Competitions (CTCs obstacles along the trail) and Actha Obstacle Competitions (AOCs held in an arena or open area). Visit www.actha.us.
Definately need to get involved in Peruvian trail riding in Georgia...where do I get started? I live in Ellijay, GA, with my 10 Peruvians.
Hi Kat. I haven't been here in a while and I just discovered this group. I hope your ACTHA ride went well. I started competing with ACTHA last June and I am hooked. I love maneuvers and obstacles and to have them on a trail is perfect for me. ACTHA does offer a version held in an arena or field designed for the very hot and very cold months to keep people riding called an Arena Obstacle Challenge or AOC. Peruvians are a natural at this. My horse recently became the first Peruvian ACTHA Silver Medalist and we have our sights set for Gold next season.
If anyone is within traveling distance of Georgia I am hosting a 3 ride weekend (CTC, AOC, CTC) June 22-23. Camping and stalls are available.
Welcome toPeruvian Horse World
Sign Upor Sign In
Or sign in with:
© 2014 Created by PHW.
Report an Issue |
Terms of Service
Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator.