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Washington Assoc. of Competitive Mounted Orienteering

March 28 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm PDT

Competitive Mounted Orienteering is a timed event using a map and compass to find hidden objectives on horse-back. You can compete as an individual or in teams.
All riders are welcome. Bring your own horse, feed, lunch & compass. Pre-ride compass instruction available.

Registration: 8:00 AM
Draw: 9:30 AM
First Rider Out:10:00 AM

$15.00 per adult member per day
$10.00 per adult member riding with a junior and $10.00 per junior rider
$20.00 per non-member adult day rider which includes $15.00 ride fee and $5.00 for insurance

LONG COURSE CONSISTING OF 10 OBJECTIVES W/ RIBBONS THRU 6TH PLACE SHORT COURSE CONSISTING OF 5 OBJECTIVES W/ RIBBONS THRU 3RD PLACE

Ride Manager’s:
Sherry Brown l [email protected] l 360-496-4400
Ann Lindh l [email protected] l 360-496-1128

Directions-
From the North: Take Hwy 512 east, follow Hwy 7 (23 miles) Hwy 161 (Meridian) south (12 miles) Turn right onto 304th Street (3 miles). Turn left onto Hwy 7 (10 miles). Turn right onto Mashel Prairie Road. ¼ mile to parking under power lines.
From Yelm: Follow Hwy 702 to Hwy 7 (10 miles). Turn right onto Hwy 7 (10 miles). Turn right onto Mashel Prairie Road. ¼ mile to parking under power lines.
From Elbe: Follow Hwy 7 for 12 miles. Turn left onto Mashel Prairie Road. ¼ mile to parking under power lines.

Details

Date:
March 28
Time:
8:30 am - 3:00 pm PDT
Website:
http://www.wacmo.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/groups/87584396157/
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