Loomis Basin Horsemen's Association (LBHA) founded in 1984 is a non-profit 501(C)3 information and awareness group dedicated to local trails, Traylor Ranch Nature Reserve, Loomis Basin Arena, and preservation of the rural lifestyle. A small yearly membership fee ensures that the arena and Traylor Ranch will remain here for the local horse community and future generations.
ALL LBHA Membership January 1st - December 31st
LBHA Obstacle Days
Spring Kickoff Trail Riding Clinic
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Cost is $30.00
**This event is not put on by LBHA**
Please contact with Linda Thomason & Debbie Murphy
The clinic will focus on trail skills for both horse and rider. Although the clinic is sponsored by NATRC, it is not focused on competitive trail, but on skills all trail riders need to have a safe ride and enjoy partnering with their horses. This clinic provides a good opportunity for those who are new to trail riding, riders with green horses, riders who would like a "tune up" for trail after the 2020 lockdowns. It’s an opportunity to learn or practice trail skills in a low key environment with experienced instructors.
All info here: http://www.natrcregion1.org/rideSched/rideSched.htm
Registration form: http://www.natrcregion1.org/rideSched/RiderForms.pdf
30 miles of new trails at Hidden Falls and over 200 miles of new trails in the Place County Trails Masterplan.