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Equestrian Groups

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Equestrian Groups
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Antelope Valley Desert Riders
     3223 West Ave. N-3
Palm 661-270-0952
Arabians of the Desert Horse Association
     Meets 1st Wednesday monthly at California Pantry, 120 East Palmdale Blvd
Palmdale 661-944-4356
AV Arabian Horse Association
     General and board meeting, 7 p.m. third Wednesday monthly
Palmdale 661-533-3403
Backcountry Horsemen Antelope Valley Unit Palmdale 661-944-3601
Backcountry Horsemen of California - Mojave River Unit 760-244-9157
BCHC is dedicated to preserve the use of pack and saddle stock on trails, camps and forage where ever such use is historic and significant, presenting a unified front for horsemen against those that wish to see riders and their stock excluded from using California trails and backcountry. For more information and meeting times (first Thursdays) see website, e-mail , or call 760-244-9157.
ECH (Equestrian Council of Hesperia) 949-9233
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ETI Corral 11   Trail Trails and Trail Rides
     Meets 2nd Wednesday
Apple Valley 760-243-1761
or 240-5841
ETI Corral 70   Gymkhanas Lucerne Valley 760-248-6306
ETI Corral 73   Trail Rides and some Gymkhanas Barstow 760-253-5619
ETI Corral 103  Trail Rides and Camp Outs Hesperia 760-947-2809
Hesperia Horsemen Hesperia 244-4400
Hesperia Horsemen English Hesperia 244-4400
Hesperia Horsemen Gymkhana Hesperia 956-1613
Hesperia Horsemen Western Hesperia 244-4400
Hesperia Wranglers Hesperia 961-2275
High Desert Chapter of the California Dressage Society Apple Valley 949-4000
Dressage is a classical style of riding based on the experience of centuries of great horsemanship. Its goal is to preserve the beauty and grace of movement that a horse has while at liberty while ridden under saddle. This is achieved through the systematic gymnasticizing and suppling of the horse through a series of exercises and prescribed movements. A student of dressage gains knowledge by studying theory and much practice. The pinnacle of success is an acheivement of perfect harmony with the horse, which elevates this equestrian pursuit to an art form.
High Desert Hustlers 868-8852
High Desert Minature Horses Apple Valley 247-5706
High Desert Saddle & Wagon Club Hesperia? 947-6040
Horse Lover's Club of America 951-8642
Mojave Narrows Yeah-Whoo (gymkhana) Victorville 868-6210
Mojave Narrows Yeah-Whoo meets 2nd Saturday monthly at Mojave Narrows Stables, in Mojave Narrows Regional Park; Sign ups 8:30-9:15am; Show 9:30am. Season starts March, 2001. End of year awards includes 6 saddles (one for each speed division)
MRVHA (Mojave River Valley Horsemen Association) 247-4178
National Barrel Horse Association Baldy Mesa 949-6888
Pacific Coast Barrel Race Association 949-8724
Phelan Equestrian Patrol 868-8852
Riverside County Cutting Horse Association 956-8502
Rocking Bar h Rodeo Hesperia 244-4400
Inner City Slickers, a youth program run by Michael McMeel, near Palmdale Agua Dulce

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