All-Breed Apalousey Trail Ride

All breeds of horses (mules, too) are welcome at the 14th annual fundraiser for the Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center, set for August 14-15, 2011 at the Hatley Horse Camp near Deary, Idaho.
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All breeds of horses (mules, too) are welcome at the 14th annual fundraiser for the Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center, set for August 14-15, 2011 at the Hatley Horse Camp near Deary, Idaho.

July 13, 2011 -- All breeds of horses (mules, too) are welcome at the 14th annual fundraiser for the Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center (www.appaloosamuseum.org), set for August 14-15, 2011, at the Hatley Horse Camp (also known as Pony Club Grounds) near Deary, Idaho.

Authentic cowboy coffee and Dutch oven cooking are part of the fare at this all-breed ride in north central Idaho. | Photo by Juli Thorson

Authentic cowboy coffee and Dutch oven cooking are part of the fare at this all-breed ride in north central Idaho. | Photo by Juli Thorson

The event features three daily trail rides and a Dutch oven dinner, along with evening entertainment, wagon rides, and a silent auction. Appaloosas enrolled in the Appaloosa Horse Club Distance Program may count mileage from this ride.

The camp area features individual pipe corrals for 60 horses, covered dining, plus ample shaded primitive camping sites for participants. Hot showers are available. Trails, through rolling meadows and in forested areas with gentle elevation changes, are suitable for horses of most ability levels.

For more information, contact the Appaloosa Museum at (208) 882-5578, ext. 279; museum@appaloosa.com, before August 10.