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The President Reports...
Planning Underway for Palo Pinto Mountains State Park Development
TETRA Reception held at Briscoe Western Art Museum
TETRA First ACTHA Ride
2014 Annual Meeting
2014 TETRA at the Fort Worth Parade
TETRA Member Refurbishes Picnic Tables
Riding at Palo Pinto Mountain State Park
Reunion Ride at Parrie Haynes Ranch
Mineola Nature Preserve October 2013 Ride
Reynolds Creek Ride September 2013
Christmas Trail Ride 2013
TETRA Represented at Texas Parks and Wildlife Commissioners Meeting
Preliminary Tour of Palo Pinto State Park
Palo Pinto Mountain State Park
2013 Palo Pinto Mountain
2013 TETRA at the Fort Worth Stock Show
2013 TETRA Region 8, Day Ride at McCown Valley
2013 Sports Show and Safety Fair
2013 Pedernales Falls Park Ride
2013 TETRA Annual Meeting
2013 Trail Ride At Half Ass Mule Camp
2013 Region 11 First Meeting
2012 Annual Members Meeting
2011 Youth Outreach
2011 October Region 10 Inspiring Oaks Ride
2011 September Reynolds Creek Grand Opening Trail Ride
2011 September Bison Herd Release Caprock Canyon
2011 August Annual Poker Run at PHR
2011 2nd Annual Trail Challenge and Summer Ride
2011 Heart O' Texas WB Ranch Ride
2011 April Region 10 Spring Storm Ranch
2011 April Ride at PHR
Plow Day in Peoria, TX March 2011
2011 March Winter Ride at PHR
2011 Membership Meeting
2011 New Years
2010 Annual Christmas Ride
Youth Outreach October 2010
Fall 2010 Region 10 Storm Ranch
Fort McKavett Outreach Event 2010
TETRA Supports Santa Fe Trail Ride 2010
Annual Member Meeting 2010
TETRA Christmas Ride PHR 2009
Region 10 Thanksgiving Ride PHR 2009
Region 10 Fall Storm Ranch Ride 2009
Youth Outreach Ride PHR 2009
TETRA Fall Ride at PHR 2009
Region 9 7IL Ranch Ride 2009
WB Ranch Ride 2009
TETRA Co-Host St. Jude Benefit Ride 2009
TETRA Summer Ride at Parrie Haynes 2009
TPWD/TETRA Marfa Big Bend Outreach Ride 2009
TETRA Trails Clinic 2009
Region 10 Storm Ranch Ride 2009
TETRA Members Ride in San Angelo Trail Ride and Parade 2009
TETRA February Ride at Parrie Haynes 2009
2009 Member Meeting
TETRA Region 10's Inspiring Oaks Ranch
21 Oct 2011
23 Oct 2011
Day Rider – $30.00
Person who rides one day of event.
Non-TETRA member – $45.00
Person who has not joined TETRA.
TETRA member – $40.00
Person who is a member of TETRA
Registration is closed
ome join us for our first ride at Inspiring Oaks Ranch. Located 8 miles west of Wimberly. Easy to access, plenty of parking on solid rock and 1200 acres of riding. The ranch is rocky with some hills, very scenic.
It is recommended that horses be shod or wear protective boots.
This is a first offering for TETRA to ride this ranch, so plan on attending. We'll begin check in at
4:00 PM on Friday Oct 21
. Ride out
on Saturday morning at 9:00 am
and return to camp at noon. Ride out again at 1:30.
Sunday morning ride out
at 8:30am. Camping will be primitive with no hookups available. There will be plenty of water for the horses.
There is a cabin and a room available for rent for the weekend. The cabin has a full kitchen,
two bedrooms, a living room and
bathroom, is private, and is located away from the camping area
but near enough to participate in activities
. The room, located in close to the trailer area, has a full bathroom as well,but no cooking facilities. This ranch has great plans for the future, and is welcoming equestrians to enjoy a fun filled weekend.
will be served at
luck meat will be provided by TETRA
. Coffee and tea provided with the continental breakfast Saturday and
Each ride is guided through several pastures
and riding out alone is not allowed.
Please be prepared to ride at the appropriate time.
Coggins required. Day riding fee is $30 and the weekend fee is $40 for TETRA members and $45 for non TETRA members. Contact Tom Gridley at
for room/cabin rentals. Contract Geri Bischoff at
or Debby Alley at
for ride information
Directions: From Wimberley: from Hwy 12 in Wimberley, turn west on FM 2325 for 8.6 miles. Turn left into gate with wagon wheels. The number 7901 will be on gate but don't use your GPS, it stops you at the fence line before the gate.
From Blanco: from the traffic light at the courthouse on Hwy 281 in Blanco go east on 4th Street (between Blanco National Bank and the courthouse, which is also Loop 163) to RR 165 East (at the EMS station and the Deutsch Apple). It is 6/10ths of a mile from 281 to RR 165, then 7.4 miles from there to RR 2325 (total of 8 miles east from Hwy 281 to RR2325). Make a right (only direction you can go) on RR2325, and go 6.7 miles to the Inspiring Oaks Ranch on the right.
From Dripping Springs: from the traffic light at RR12 and Hwy 290, go west on Hwy 290 for 8 miles thru Henly. Right past Henly there is the turn off to Blanco on RR165 to the left. Go 8.1 miles on RR165 to RR2325 and make a left on RR2325 (only direction it goes). Go 6.7 miles to Inspiring Oaks Ranch on the right.
TETRA Region 10's Inspiring Oaks Ranch
Texas Equestrian Trail Riders Association, Inc.
Springtown, Texas 76082