City Slickers Trail Ride at Keystone Lake Was Fun

June 9, 2014

City Slickers TrailKeystone LakeThe City Slickers Trail Ride sponsored by the Bad Girls Trail Riding Club this past weekend was a lot of fun and well-attended considering the weather. But, those who attended were rewarded on Saturday by a break in the rain and pleasantly cool weather for June. The rain took the dust out of the air and left everything smelling fresh.

Lunch was a potluck dinner with the club providing pulled pork sandwiches. These ladies can cook! You couldn’t do this type of lunch everyday!

After lunch there were a number of gifts handed out. Drawings were conducted and t-shirts, caps, lunch bags, saddle bags and all kinds of goodies given away. Everyone had a great time! Those of us wanting  more riding hit the trails again after lunch and took full advantage of the scenery around the lake. Many thanks to the Bad Girls!!!

City Slicker Trail Ride Early Registration Form

May 30, 2014

If you are interested in the City Slickers Trail Ride coming up June 7th, it’s time to register for the ride. Early registration gives you the chance to win saddle bags and other prizes. The flyer with the details and the registration form are available under the link. The Bad Girls Trail Riding Club would love to see you there! City Slickers Flyer

19th Annual City Slickers Trail Ride

March 25, 2014

The 19th annual City Slickers Trail Ride sponsored by the The Bad Girls Trail Riding Club is scheduled for June 7, 2014. The ride will be held at Walnut Creek State Park, Prue, Oklahoma. A family event with camping overnight in the Spring and trail riding near Lake Keystone is an event to write on your calendar. These ladies will undoubtedly make this trail ride and the entire weekend a whole lot of fun. For more information, you can contact Carla Hight by e-mail at

Montana At The City Slickers Trail Ride

June 14, 2013


The photo shows Montana at the City Slickers Trail Ride sponsored by the Bad Girls Trail Riding Club. Shawn rode Montana at the annual ride to see how she would do and give her some additional training. Although this young filly is coming along really well, she still has her moments. This trail ride in a new environment was good for her and allowed us to see a few areas that still need some work.

We put our horses through two years of training to develop them into the quiet, calm horses that can be loaded in the trailer and taken almost anywhere for an enjoyable time. The great thing about being able to take her on a ride with a lot of other horses is that it let us test the training. We found one deficiency as we got ready to leave, Montana just said no, she wasn’t going to load back in the trailer. Just like a kid in a restaurant, she forgot her manners and stood at the back of the trailer pouting and refusing to load.

When we got back to the ranch, we took some additional time and practiced loading and unloading for about 30 minutes. Once she finally decided there wasn’t any choice in the matter, she loaded and unloaded without a problem.We will conduct some more practice sessions and tests over the next two weeks to reinforce the lessons.

Training horses the right way takes a lot of time, patience, and work. During the schooling, you have to anticipate the horse will try you from time to time, just like a child will check to see if the parent will really make them brush their teeth and do their homework. The City Slickers ride provided the perfect occasion to quiz Montana and convince her it is better to cooperate than argue.

If you haven’t tried this ride, keep it in mind for next year. It was fun!

18th Annual City Slickers Trail Ride

May 20, 2013

The Bad Girls Trail Riding Club announced the 18th Annual City Slickers Trail Ride is set June 8, 2013. The ride will take place at Walnut Creek State Park, Prue, Oklahoma, the beautiful Lake Keystone area. Registration is open to everyone and at the very affordable price of $10.00 per person with children under 12 free. The ride heads out at 9:00a.m.

Bad Girls Trail Riding Club (“BGTRC“) is a ladies trail riding club started by three ladies wanting to combine their love for horses with quality time with their friends. The group’s web page shows they are actively engaged and have a great time together.

If you want more information about the ride click on the link above or contact Ms. Carla High (918)857-2585 or