Slick Trail Ride Hosted By Coalition of Christian Cowboys

September 10, 2014

Trail Horses Standing TiedThe “Slick Trail Ride” , as many refer to the event,  has been scheduled for October 11, 2014. The ride departs from. . . . yes that’s correct, Slick, Oklahoma promptly at 10:00am. The trail ride starts at the Slick Faith Baptist Church Arena and takes you through a beautiful private ranch. Registration starts at 8am Saturday morning, but the trail boss leads out at 10:00am sharp.

If you have never been on an organized trail ride, this would be a good one to learn. These guys are old-time cowboys who are good with horses and with people. The ride is attended by a lot of experienced riders on quiet horses. It’s only a day ride with lunch served at noon which is really nice for the first time out.

For those without a horse, there is a wagon you can enjoy, but it has limited seating. The $20 price is dirt cheap when you figure a really good lunch comes with the deal. Children under 8 attending with a paid rider can come without charge. It is a family style event with no alcohol allowed. Don’t forget your Coggins and look forward to seeing you there!!

If you have any questions, you can call Mike 918-706-4230 or Dwight 918-724-2025,  They will make you feel right at home and most welcome!

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Fall 2014 Woolaroc Trail Ride

August 1, 2014

The Woolaroc Fall trail ride has been set for September 13, 2014. The Woolaroc Ranch is beautiful place established by Oklahoma oilman, Frank Phillips. An avid rider who enjoyed being on the back of a horse, Phillips created a foundation to operate the ranch for decades following his death. Woolaroc is nestled in the rolling hills of Oklahoma’s Green Country and gives trail riders the opportunity to bring their horse to ride across the ranch twice a year.

The ride is approximately 15 miles long and divided into a morning and afternoon ride with lunch provided. They make a tasty buffalo barbeque sandwich that really hits the spot when you finish the first half of the day.

Fall in Oklahoma is a great time to ride. The temperature will usually be lower than our traditionally scorching Summer. The Woolaroc ride will be a great time for anyone interested. For more information, you can contact Woolaroc Ranch 918-336-0307 ext. 10.