ENDURANCE

 

Audra Homicz, Chair

P.O. Box 581
Weaverville, CA  96093

(530) 739-3467

dogwoodspringsfarm@yahoo.com

All About CSHA's Endurance Program
How the program works
Endurance Program Application
American Endurance Ride Conference

SPONSORS
Sponsor Levels Information

Platinum Sponsors

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Gold Sponsors


Gist Silversmiths
Gist Silversmiths
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Silver Sponsors

Elk Grove Milling
Elk Grove Milling
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Fontier Feed & Saddlery
Anderson CA

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Tops Market
Tops Superfoods
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Hought Tack
Hought Tack
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Fredrickson Ranch

Old Bridge Rafting
Old Bridge Rafting
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Kristen Chesterton Memorial AERC Ride
Chamberlain Creek AERC Ride
Lake Sonoma AERC Ride
www.aerc.org

2015 State Endurance Program Results

2014 State Endurance Program Results

2013 State Endurance Program Results

2012 State Endurance Program Results

2011 State Endurance Program Results

2010 State Endurance Program Results

2009 State Endurance Program Results

2005 State Endurance Program Results


Endurance Pictures

Julie Suhr and Gazal's Story

A Rider's story of the 2011 Tevis!

Karen & Murphy, The Perfect 10

Endurance News article on
CSHA Endurance Program







Official Silver Sponsor of the AERC

In 1971 CSHA recognized the importance of distance riding and horsemanship and formed an Endurance Rides Committee.  The purpose of this committee is to promote organized endurance rides and distance riding horsemanship.
Distance riding is not new. It is just newly rediscovered. Since the domestication of the horse thousands of years ago, riding has been man's chief means of land travel. It has only been in the fraction of that time that man has been traveling
with the use of mechanical instead of biological power.
Endurance racing as a sporting event goes back more than 100 years. Then races lasted for many days and distances of a thousand miles and more, such as that from Galveston, Texas to Rutland, Vermont, a distance of 1,799 miles, averaging a distance of 57.7 miles per day (31 days) in 1886.
Free Weaver Basin Joint Trail User Trail Hikes & Rides
Scavenger Hunt & Campout

6/24 & 6/29/2016
Info and Entry Form

CSHA Endurance Educational Ride on 7/3/2016
Info & Entry Form


AERC La Grange Ditch 50/75 Rides on 7/2/2016
AERC Weaver Basin Express 25/50 Rides on 7/3/2016
Info Packet and Rules
Entry Form
 

Trinity River Challenge 35/55 Rides on 10/8 & 10/9/2016
Info Packet & Rules
Entry Form







CSHA Endurance is funded by Participant fees, Fundraisers and Donations.  Most of our award options are fully funded by the program fees and fundraising and donation seeking efforts of the State Endurance Chair and Vice Chair, however we may also offer award options for the participants to self sponsor.  Participants are welcome to bring in donations from businesses and individuals as well. Donations are tax deductible and receipts are available. This helps keep participation fee down and fulfills the requirements to have part of our income come from donations.  

CSHA Endurance donates toward awards for some AERC endurance rides each year and also donates to trail projects that benefit Endurance riders and other trail users. CSHA Endurance's goal is to also share funds raised with other CSHA programs when possible and CSHA State administration as well.