OCTOBER 12th, 2019

Pre-registration is now CLOSED

You can still join us and register the day of the event! Add $10 to each class fee below for each rider/horse.

Venue: Salisbury Equestrian Park

Check In: 7:30 – 9:00am

Trail will be open from 8:oo – 10:00am for open practice

Join us for a competitive “gambler’s choice” style obstacle event with multiple obstacles!

Lead Liners: $5 Single (No charge for leader; special needs riders welcome with proper assistance; ribbons for riders)

Junior Novice (13 & Under): $15 Single (Modified course; Buckle to Junior Novice Champion and prizes to sixth place)

Paired Trail Challenge: $25 Individual/$70 Pair (Buckles to Top Pair; prizes to sixth place)

Walk/Jog only Trail Challenge: $25 Single (Buckle to Trail Champion; prizes to sixth place; based on
points and skill)

Open Trail Challenge: $25 Single (Buckle to Ta Ta Trail Champion; prizes to sixth place; based on points and skill)

Prize Pole Bending: $25 (Open Poles; Prizes for each 4D level, and prize for top youth (13 & under).; will run between 12:00-1:30pm; participants of trail competition receive $5 off entry)

4D Barrel Buckle Event: $25 (Open Barrel Race; Buckles awarded to each D and to Youth fast time; will run between 1:30-4:00pm; participants of trail competition receive $5 off entry)

Spectators: Family and friends are welcome at no charge. Come to play or just to see the fun!

  • Remember PINK outfits are a MUST and prizes will be awarded to Best Outfit (single) and Best Outfit (pair).
  • Food vendors will be onsite, water on site for horses, dumpsters on site for trash and manure cleanup, come early for practice!

A special THANK YOU to our sponsors!

Additional Sponsor opportunities are available, contact parkertrailriders@gmail.com

2019 Event Flyer PDF CLICK HERE!

You can also nominate someone to be a recipient of the Ta Ta Fund!

2019 Recipient Nomination Form PDF CLICK HERE!

We still have sponsorship opportunities! CLICK HERE FOR OUR SPONSORSHIP FLYER!

About Trot For TA TAs

The Annual PTR Trot for TA TAs Buckle Event is open to all ages, horses and rider ability and non-riding family and friends as well! Get yourself and your pony dressed up in pink and help us continue to raise money for our local ladies and men fighting and recovering from cancer. 100% of the proceeds from the event help them feed their animals, keep their lights on and anything else they may need during this time. This fun, energizing event provides BUCKLES, ribbons and prizes including best dressed pink outfits!


In 2015 Sandy Clayton, a PTR Member and a Breast Cancer Survivor, opened her family ranch and obstacle course to us and the Trot For TA TAs Obstacle Challenge Event began.  In a very short time, we were at full capacity with 80 riders and many more spectators, judges, and volunteers.  We had wonderful donations of prizes, donation of Silent Auctions Items from the public and lots of hard work from the entire PTR Board to pull it off!

2016 was our 2nd year and the buzz was back! PTR took it to 89 Riders with 30 on the waitlist!  Sold out again.  Recipients from the prior year came to share their stories of how much our funds helped them buy food, help their animals and keep their business running until they were back on their feet, and right then we all knew we knew were we helping out our community in a big way.  We continue to fund recipients today as their needs are brought to our attention and we hope to continue to do so with this event.  In 2017, we moved our event to Casey Jones Park, supported by the Silver J Ranch, and we had more than 100 riders participate in a full day of trail, equestrian games, and barrel racing.  In 2018, we moved to an indoor venue, thanks to a sponsorship from Messer Event Center, and had even more trail obstacles and a full 4D barrel racing event.

2019 will be our 5th annual Trot for TA TAs and we are hoping to continue this great tradition of providing a fun event while raising money for locals in need.


Salisbury Equestrian Park

11920 N Motsenbocker Rd., Parker, CO 80134

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