Ride With Us!
Parker Trail Riders is dedicated to creating trail riding events for all levels of riders and comfort level of their horses within the beauty of the Front Range Colorado Area.
We strive to have trail rides that are safe, enjoyable and relaxing including some “on the trail clinics” that can be a fantastic on-the-go learning experience and to also introduce the fun, exciting group entertainment of overnight and extended Horse Camping trips.
We always have a fully experienced Trail Rider with our group to help explain and guide our newer riders through any new experiences.
Each of our scheduled rides and events throughout the year are fully explained in advance with detailed Trail Ratings, Descriptions, Parking information, Estimated Time Range and suggested supplies and have been ridden prior by one of experienced Trail Leaders.
At Parker Trail Riders we believe in preserving the trails we ride and have a high level of Trail Etiquette we follow both for the safety of our members and the pristine Colorado trails we use.
Trot For Ta Tas
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!
Nominate Someone to Receive Ta Tas Funds
We are currently accepting nominations for recipients for Trot for Ta Tas funds. If you know someone who you feel ought to be nominated to receive Trot for Ta Tas funds, please fill out the nomination form (its from last year but will work) below and email it to PTR at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recipient Nomination Form PDF CLICK HERE!
We are looking forward to our club’s involvement in the surrounding communities as they kick off their rodeo and fair activities:
- Our first scheduled parade will be the Elizabeth Stampede, in June.
- The second parade will be the Elbert County Fair, in August.
Riders and walkers receive volunteer hours for participation. See the Operations Manual for more information.
Elizabeth Stampede Parade June 3rd
Elbert County Fair Parade August TBD
Parker Carriage Parade December TBD
You and your horse(s) must attend and successfully pass a club spook proof prior to riding in any parades with PTR.
The “spook proof clinics” will be held yearly.
To Sign Up for the Upcoming Spook Proof Clinic Click Here.
See our Calendar of Events for more details.