ATRA 2016 Calendar
of Events (last updated on 12/30/2016)
Jan 1-NEW YEARS
DAY ANNUAL RIDE-Bear Creek *CANCELLED* -11:00am-host-Charlie & Trudie
Kincade, 501-888-4876. Take I-30 West to Hwy 70 west to
Junction Hwy 128 and turn right, go 8 miles to Hwy 5 and turn left
going west, go 4 miles to Hwy 7, that goes north, go 18 miles and
go thru Hot Springs Village, then you will go thru
Jessieville, go 6 miles north of Jessieville and turn left on
Forest Road 11, there are signs once you turn on Forest Rd. 11
(gravel road) to Bear Creek Horse Trails.
- Moccasin Gap Horse Camp-Dover, AR -host-Suzanne
Hicks-501-350-8099.From Russellville north on Hwy 7 go 14 miles
north of Dover, watch for horse cap sign, turn left, follow gravel
road .25 mile uphill to the trailhead/horse camp. Turn left
to go and park in day horse trailer parking area.
Jan.21- BROCK CREEK- Jerusalem, AR - Take I-40
West to Morrilton, AR take the 2nd exit Hwy 95 North
for about 10 miles At intersection of Hwy 124 turn LEFT. Go
about 9 miles at Jerusalem Hwy 124 will make a 90 degree turn to
left, BUT stay north (gravel road) on Conway County 32/Forest Road
1305 for 5.5 miles. Turn RIGHT (east) on Forest Rd.1309 for
.1 mile. Keep LEFT as it becomes Forest Rd.1331.Continue EAST for
about 1 mile and at the fork keep RIGHT. Go ACROSS the Dam.
The parking area will be on the LEFT Zing Trailhead-Take I-40
West to Morrilton, AR
take the 2nd exit Hwy 95 North for about 10 miles At
intersection of Hwy 124 turn LEFT. Go about 9 miles at
Jerusalem Hwy 124 will make a 90 degree turn to left, BUT
stay north (gravel road) on Conway County 32/Forest Road 1305 for
5.5 miles. Turn RIGHT (east) on Forest Rd.1309 for .1 mile.
Keep LEFT as it becomes Forest Rd.1331.Continue EAST for about 1
mile and at the fork go LEFT. This road will take you along
the west side of Brock Creek Lake. atra/tb
Jan.28-ATRA-Yearly Meeting Mount Carmel Church- Vilonia, AR
on Hwy 107. Board Meeting at 10:45, lunch at 11:45, then the
General Membership meeting at 1:00 PM. This gives us plenty
of time for everything. This will be a POTLUCK Lunch so
everyone bring a dish or a dessert. Directions from Little
Rock, Go North out of North Little Rock on Hwy 107,cross the
county line into Faulkner County and the Church will be on your
right about 2 1/2 miles. Coming from Conway, Hwy 64 till you
get to the light on the bypass and turn right, going south on Hwy
107, Church will be on your left about 2 miles. Coming from
Beebe area, take Hwy 64 till you get to the light on the bypass
turn left on Hwy 107 go about 2 1/2 miles, church will be on the
left. Church has a red tin roof. We will be in the
Back of the church in the big room, doors will be open. on the
sides. Hope to see you there, lets have a big turn out.
Questions give Sherry Resecker a call or email 501-350-6980 or
Feb.4-Saturday Trailride-10:00am -Ross Foundation Ride-host
Mike Woolly 870-692-2595.From I-30 West, take Social Hill exit 91,
turn left onto Hwy.84 West, go about 11 miles. This will be
2 miles past the Bar50.Address-15338 Hwy 84.
Mar.4-5-Tina/Sherry Birthday Weekend Trailride-host-Tina
501-764-8238,Sherry-501-350-6980.Falling Water Horse Camp-Pelsor,
AR 870-294-5050 From Russellville - Go North on AR-7 for 37.9 mi
to Pelsor/Sand Gap Turn right on AR-16/SR 16 Hwy for 9.8 mi. Turn
left on Upper Falling Water Road before the billboard that says
"Garrison's Quarter Horses "Camp entrance on the right~1.7 miles
(Look for Gate)
ALTERNATIVE DIRECTIONS from I-40 Get off at the Atkins Exit.
Go north to Hector. At Hector you are on Hwy-27.Keep north a
mile or so and you will cross a bridge (the Illinois Bayou).
Immediately look to the left for Old Hwy-27 Road. Turn left
on this road (OLD HWY-27)it will turn to a good gravel road.
It is about 11 miles north to Hwy 16.At Hwy-16 turn left (west)
and go a couple of miles. Turn right on (Upper Falling Water
Road) just past the billboard that says "Garrison's Quarter
Horses" Camp entrance on the right ~1.7 miles (Look for Gate)
EITHER SET OF DIRECTIONS WILL GET YOU TO FALLING WATER HORSE CAMP.
THE HECTOR DIRECTIONS ARE CLOSER BUT HAS A GRAVEL ROAD
Mar.11-Saturday Trailride - host- Suzanne
Hicks-501-Cowboy-Up Trails-Witts Springs, -From I-40 get off at
the Atkins exit. go north on Hwy.105 at Hector the hwy will
change to hwy.27n.Go 2.9 miles you will go over a bridge then turn
left before you go up the hill onto Nfm 1328/Old Hwy 27.Continue
to follow Old Hwy 27 for 12.5 miles. Keep left at the fork.
Continue straight onto Co Rd 1000/Victor Rd. Camp is on
right side off the road.
March 25-26-Village Creek-host Suzanne Hicks 501-350-8099
April 7,8,9-St. Jude Weekend Trailride - Linda
rides are weather permitting – if you’re not sure, call the ride
TRAILBLAZERS RIDING CLUB
HARRISON ROUNDUP CLUB--
for more info on any of these rides: Larry Graddy
To get information on how to sponsor a
Tina Taylor - (501)
764-8238, (501) 339-8863 or
Everyone who host's a ride please remember to submit
your information about the ride a few days before the 9th of the
month immediately after the ride so the ride can get in the
Ride hosts also must get their rides to Tina at least a
few days prior to the 9th of the month preceding the ride. For
instance if you plan to host a ride the 17th of April you'd need
to get it on the calendar a few days prior to the 9th of March. A
ride the first week of a month may have to be posted on the
calendar even earlier due to the timing when the Roundup hits
mailboxes and stores.
Please be aware of the departure time for announced trail rides.
As a courtesy to others, always arrive early enough to be saddled
up and ready to go at the announced departure time. Note: You do
not have to be a member to ride with us, just come and have a good
time. Everyone please have a current negative Coggins with you.
Bring your lunch and drinks. Saturday rides begin at 10:00 am and
Sunday rides begin at 9:00 am unless otherwise noted. It's the
riders responsibility to check with the ride host in case of
inclement weather and for directions to the ride location.
Our yearly family memberships are $15.00 this includes having the
Roundup magazine delivered to your house every month, which is
worth the membership fee.