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ALL NEW FOR 2018 !!!!PCC MEMBERSHIPS

November 28, 2017 - May 1, 2018

Become a PCC member 

and Save!!!!

 

PCC Memberships

1/1/2018 to 12/31/2018

Diamond

$500 fee (This membership includes)

 14 nights for 2 pp

 Site and 2 stalls.

GOLD

$350 fee. This membership includes

10 nights for 2 pp

Site and 2 stalls

 SILVER

 $175 fee. This membership includes

nights for 2 pp

site and 1 stall

 BRONZE

$99. This membership includes

Stay 2 times-get the 3rd stay for free.

If on meal event weekend, one free meal of your choosing is included.

(Third stay value will be for average of  first two stays. If you book more than one

Site on your first two stays, each site must have one member!!!)

(Memberships do not include cabins, camper rentals, seasonal rentals. Management reserves the right to limit camping during certain event weekends.)

Extra sites and stalls may be reserved at normal camping fees. Extra person at normal prices.

May be more discounts included for members coming throughout the year. Keep watch.

(  must put a one in ticket event box to complete )

 after you purchase

 membership you will be email a code to be used thru the  year. Thank you!

 

 

 

 


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Gift Certificates of different values !!!

December 18, 2017 - May 1, 2018

Gift Certficates!! 

FOR A FRIEND OR JUST FOR YOURSELF????

You must put a 1 in ticket box it will be 0.00 cost !!!!

THE # OF CERTIFICATES YOU WHAT??

 


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Competitive Trail Riding CLINIC

April 21, 2018 - April 21, 2018

Competitive Trail Riding Clinic

 

April 21, 2018 9 am to 3 pm

Entry fee is $10 unmounted and $20 mounted this includes trailer parking. Pay at door. Bring a bag lunch, drinks are provided.

Topics to Include: 

Intro to Competitive Distance Trail riding

Getting started

Judging

Training and Conditioning

Entering a Ride

An optional 5 mile trail ride after the unmounted portion.

For info or to register contact Dan Gruen, Ride Manager BrookfieldCTR@roadrunner.com, 315-749-8086; or Joanna Lasher, Ride Secretary, jolasher65@gmail.com 518-882-1515.

More info is also available at:  http://brookfieldctr.weebly.com

Entry Form:

 


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MOTHERS DAY WEEK END 2018 50% OFF

May 11, 2018 - May 13, 2018

MOTHERS' DAY WEEKEND

50% off with the this code at checkout!!!!

   FDTZS    

PLACES THIS CODE IN DISCOUNT BOX AT CHECK OUT!!

FOR YOUR 50% SAVINGS

NO OTHER DISCOUNTED CODES ARE ALLOWED TO BE USED ON AN ALREADY DISCOUNTED WEEKEND. 

Saturday is dish to pass at 6 pm 

Ride out on your own with map

 



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New York Adventure Endurance Ride 2018

May 25, 2018 - May 27, 2018

New York Adventure 2018

dodie@newpromisefarms.com  Dodie Sable 610-587-3626

I AM MANAGING THIS RIDE AND NEED VOLUNTEERS!

  1. Volunteers can camp all weekend (Friday night, Saturday night, Sunday night) with their horse and ride on Friday, Saturday morning and Monday (I need you Saturday after lunch and all day Sunday for the ride) and the camping fee is covered by the ride!
  2. Volunteers get cool yellow t-shirts and all the food you can eat.
  3. If you are a rider and can commit someone to me to volunteer, the ride will give you a $10 entry fee discount.  This must be a solid commitment!

THESE ARE THE VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE – click link

RIDER INFORMATION – click here

The ride is bring held in the Charles E Baker State Forest (otherwise known

as the Brookfield Trail System).  We will base camp at Pure Country Campground.

  Riders can come into the campground Friday, the ride entry fee includes

camping for Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday night and the Sunday meals.

Pets are welcome and must have current rabies and be leashed at all times !

 Entry FORM


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Racing under Saddle FUN SHOW

June 3, 2018 - June 3, 2018

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11th ANNUAL SPRING PLEASURE RIDE

June 8, 2018 - June 10, 2018

11th ANNUAL SPRING PLEASURE RIDE

June 7-10th

New York State Horse Council Members will receive 6/6 and 6/11 site and stall for free !!!!

to get free nights call Jim early to save site and stall

607 847-9265 

Friday Nite Dinner  

Saturday Breakfast 

Saturday Nite Dinner 

Sunday Morning Breakfast 

Obstacle course challenge, Poker Run, scavenger hunt on Saturday!! 






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Brookfield 50/30/15 Competitive Trail Ride

June 22, 2018 - June 24, 2018

Brookfield 50/30/15 Competitive Trail Ride

June 22-24th 2018

www.brookfieldctr.weebly.com

Basic Info: 

30 mile is Friday pre ride exams, and ride on Saturday

15 mile will take place pre ride on Saturday starting at 3 pm ride out Sunday

50 mile riders Pre ride is Friday at 3pm and ride Saturday and Sunday

  • Any tack is permitted. Riding Bareback is not.
  • Riders should bring buckets, hay nets, blankets, hay, feed, bedding and cleaning tools
  • Only registered entrants will be allowed on the trail. Horses not entered on the ride may not be brought on the trail. All entrants disqualified for any reason wishing to expercise their horses on trails must get permission from management
  • Dogs must be tied up, safely contained, or held on leash at all times. No loose dogs
  • All riders are required to wear ASTM/SEI certified protective headgear designed for equestrian use at all times when mounted.

 All entries are sent to Dan Gruen, Ride manager. June 1 entries need to be in.

Joanna Lasher 518-882-1515 for ride questions and concerns. Copy of this yrs coggins, and proof of rabies. 

Stalls and sites are reserved through PCC.

Anyone looking to book this ride do not book a site, it comes with your entry package. If you are in the 15 or 30 mile ride and want a stall book that here. 50 mile riders do not get stalls

 below.  www.ECTRA.org for info.

Entry Form click here

 

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LUKE REINBOLDS Confidence Building CLINIC

July 6, 2018 - July 8, 2018

Luke Reinbold 2 Day Horsemanship

Clinician, trainer, and competitor Luke Reinbold, along with his wife and young family, calls the Western Finger lakes region of New York home. Luke believes the relationship between horse and rider should be natural and enjoyable. In his Natural Horsemanship clinics, Luke teaches how to build the trust between you and your horse. He utilizes common things found on the trail, terrain work with hills, trees, and water, and even items found in the barn, combining everything as a positive learning experience for the horse. He stresses resistance free training methods to teach a horse to trust the rider. Luke trains horses using a straightforward, common sense approach to compete not only in Versatility and Extreme Cowboy Races but also for use on his family’s small Angus farm. Whether riding trails, showing in the ring, or working cows, Luke’s principles of Natural Horsemanship will improve your relationship with your horse wherever your adventures may take you.

While Luke enjoys teaching horsemanship, by day he is a certified law enforcement instructor, and trains law enforcement personnel and cadets in the academy. Luke’s passion is horses, and teaching others how to enjoy these majestic animals as much as he does.

 

(ticket includes two days of training, site and stall for two nights three days,

5 buffet style meals !!!! ), Friday night is dish to pass at 6pm and meet and greet

cabins are extra

 

2 spots remaining.
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Women on the Edge Trail Weekend at Pure Country Campground

July 20, 2018 - July 22, 2018

Women on the Edge New York Chapter-Womens RETREAT!

July 20-22rd Inclusive

Your ticket for $110 includes!!

 Dish to pass Friday Dinner, Sat breakfast, and dinner, Sun breakfast, and site, stall or non-stalled horse fee! 

on a first come first serve bases! because water and electric sites and stalls are limited!!

(So book ASAP to save your spot)

Cabins and campers are extra, call for this info...

 




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Pure Country NE Region NACMO Ride (Mounted Orienteering)

August 17, 2018 - August 19, 2018

PURE COUNTRY FUN – NE Region NACMO Ride hosted by Dodie Sable LOCATION: Pure Country Campground at 176 Kelly Road, New Berlin, NY 13411 All fees for camping are payable to Pure Country, please contact Jim @ (607) 847-9265 to reserve your spot (we currently have some spots reserved for the event, so please tell Jim you’re with the NACMO group so you can be reserved and parked with the group) This should  be done right here on site. Cabins are extra. Day fee is $10 if not camping. 

DATES: Friday August 17 (come to grounds to camp and meet everyone) – clinic at 6:00 pm Saturday August 18 (Long and Short Course setup) Clinic at 8:00 am (riders out at 8:00 – 10:00 am) Sunday August 19 (Long and Short Course setup) Clinic at 7:00 am (riders out at 7:00 – 9:00 am) Monday August 20 (course clean up, stay and ride with me while we clear trail) You’re welcome to ride Saturday only, Sunday only, or both days! If you are local and will not be camping with us, please note the times above that we will be starting each day and be on the grounds at least half an hour early to get registered. Come an hour early if you need some training before you ride!!! We will be holding a clinic Friday evening, and again each morning. What do you need to compete in a NACMO event??? A compass, a horse, a pen and a big smile.

Visit the National Association of Competitive Mounted Orienteering for more information and to review the rules of the sport. www.nacmo.org. While this is a competitive sport, there is no rule that expects you to win! The purpose of our sport is to challenge the rider with objectives to find, while sharing the day with your horse partner, and a small group of your friends. Groups of a minimum of 2 riders, and a maximum of 6 riders will be started at varying times on the course each day. Each night we will be sharing a meal with each other. Please bring a covered dish to share for each night you will be staying. You are responsible for your own breakfast and lunch foods, and drinks. The campground offers tarp covered open-panel stalls for rent, or you can pen your horse with your trailer.

I can be contacted via cell phone/text 610-587-3626 …https. Email dodie@newpromisefarms.com … Facebook on our local regional group NorthEast Region Mounted Orienteering://www.facebook.com/groups/477448832312521/

We are working on opening a NY Chapter for our region so are inviting you, to invite your friends.

Entry FORM


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GARY LANE CLINIC BOOK EARLY SO YOU DON'T GET LOCK OUT LIKE LAST YEAR!!!!

August 24, 2018 - August 26, 2018
PURE COUNTRY CAMPGROUND
HOSTS:

GARY LANE

8/24-26 -2018

 Gary Lane Clinics are for all gaited horse riders who want to understand, feel and train for smooth easy gaits.  A mix of general horsemanship techniques and principles of classical riding will carry the riders onto the trails or rail for an exciting, fun, and safe ride. Understanding your horse's natural base line of behavior to build a better relationship to achieve a sound trail horse is within your reach.  Gary will teach you a step by step plan using tasks, conditions, and standards to enhance your gaited horse knowledge.  His leadership style is a clear, and straight forward approach and easy to understand.  His approach ensures that  you learn!  The goal is to find success for every horse and rider.

After working with thousands of horse owners over the years, Gary has found the one constant problem that continues to stand out is improper biting.  Developing a calm mind in relation to your horse’s mouth, back, and feet are the keys to proper training for your long term pleasure and trail riding enjoyment.  When all aspects of motion from the horse’s mouth, feet, and back interact and support each oth er, you have what Gary calls the Triangle of Motion.  The back, feet and mouth all combine for the total picture of success no matter what you’re trying to achieve with your gaited horse.


This is a two day clinic.  The morning of the first day of this two day clinic will be spent in a class room setting for all riders and auditors.  Gary will discuss how to recognize gaits of the Tennessee Walking Horse, Missouri Fox Trotter, and Rocky Mountain horses.  He will discuss the importance of properly using your SEAT, LEGS, and HANDS to allow your horse to move at his best.  The remainder of the day will be spent riding under Gary’s step by step plan using tasks, conditions, and standards to enhance your knowledge through good sound horsemanship principles.  Gary’s leadership style is a clear, and straight forward approach and easy to understand.  The goal is to find success for every horse and rider.  On the second day Gary will use his skill in breaking down each training goal into simple, step-by-step assignments, for both the horse and the rider 

If you wish to visit Gary’s website go to http://www.windsweptstables.net/index.html

!!!!!! Your Ticket Includes !!!!!

A full package # 2 nights camping, site,stall,3 buffet style meals

(campers and cabins available for a small fee more)

( a reduced price)!!!!

 $550.00 !!!

(limit to 10)

Fri night meet and greet with a dish to pass dinner, am Sat morning buffet breakfast, 8 am start clinic, ,6:30 dinner !! maybe music sat night dancing under the stars!!!Sun morning breakfast and off to learning some more!! back in the saddle to the end!!!

So book early so you don't miss this one time chance for the

!!!!GAITED HORSE!!!

 


10 spots remaining.
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GAIT HORSE WEEKEND (for horses that aren't in Clinic)

August 24, 2018 - August 26, 2018

This weekend will be a total package weekend for people with gaited

horses that aren't in the CLINIC!!!!

$110

 

Your package will include 2 nights camping, site,stall or non stalled fee,5buffet meals!!

we are limited on water and elec. sites and stalls, so first come first serve

but there will be sites for all!!!

 CABINS will be extra!!( normal fee minus $35 site fee per night per ticket )

 

There will be a Gaited horse clinic this same weekend so you may want to come and audit for a fee of

$35 per day or two days for $60

to be paid HERE!!

 

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"Hags with Nags in New York"

September 7, 2018 - September 9, 2018

 "Hags with Nags in New York"

First time in New York! Must be a member of fb group, Hags with Nags to share our weekend. 

Sites and stalls can be booked on this site. 

Friday Night Dish to Pass at 6 pm

Saturday & Sunday Food on your own. 

Guided Ride (so you all don't get lost!) Saturday at 10 am

130 Miles of Mapped and Marked trails. Book now.  Cabins are extra.

Rules will be coming soon.

 

 


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Jeff Dye Leukemia Ride 2018

September 15, 2018 - September 15, 2018

Scavenger Hunt, Poker Run, Dinner, silent auction.

Sponsor sheets available in 2018. Stalls, sites available, please book on here. thanks.

 

will have link soon for your pledge sheets. We helped raise over $2,000 in 2017


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6th Annual Gas Refund Weekend 50% off

September 21, 2018 - September 23, 2018
THE SIXTH ANNUAL GAS REFUND  
 
(go to bottom of page and fill out ticket box) $0.00 fee
9/21-9/23/2018 (Bugs are gone!)

The gas refund is you will Get 50% off your stay with us for this weekend!

So that 50% will help with your GAS!!
With this code at time of booking you will get this discount 

 
FDTZS

(This coupon code is not available to be used with any other early booking coupon codes or on any other dates)

Friday night - Dish to pass - Bonfire & stories

Saturday - Sign up for guided trail ride to the chuckwagon in the middle of state land for burgers and dogs, chips & dips small lunch $12 (to be paid at sign up ) 9 am departure
Saturday night 6:30 pm   dinner $18 fee ( to be on site) for all you can eat buffet

Music possible with enough bookings Saturday night!
Sunday morning Brunch-all you can eat- 9 am -$7 to be paid on site-then enjoy a short, quiet trail ride and load for home, filling up with your....



 
gas refund weekend savings!!!



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