12octAll Day13Oak Leaf Run(All Day)(GMT-04:00) Event Organized By: Barb Kurti

Event Details

Ride information is fluid and subject to change up until one week from the ride

Trails: The course will be held on the Allegan County Equine Trail System and snowmobile trails. These are marked with white dots and arrows. The trail is mostly wooded with flat and gently rolling terrain, technical, single and two tracks consisting of sand and dirt. Some routes may have gravel roads, pavement and busy road crossings. All checks will be in camp.

Vet check: Sites # 47 & 48.

Camping: Campsites vary in size. Visit www.allegancounty.org for campground map and site size. Reservations can be made with the park up to FIVE DAYS PRIOR online by going to www.reserveamerica.com/explore/silver-creek-county-equestrian-park-and-campground/PRCG/1066200/overview (Do NOT choose horse site) or call (269) 686-9088. After that is a “first come” basis, make payment using yellow envelopes/fee tubes near entrances. Camping fees are $17/night + reservation & service fees apply when making an online reservation. Trail fee- $5 per horse per day or $25 yearly pass. 75 rustic wooded camping sites with posts for high lines, fire pit and picnic table. No hook-ups. Rigs must be parked in campsite with tongue towards the road. Hand water pumps are available as are vault toilets. Campsites must be clean and raked before departure. Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Pens allowed around picket posts. Equines must be kept away from trees. Failure to obey park rules may be subjected to a fee and/or evicted.

RULES: AERC and UMECRA. Endurance will be a gate-into-hold and Competitive will be UMECRA window concept. All Juniors MUST wear a helmet. All veterinary decisions are final.

Website: www.oakleafrun.com

Ride Manager: Barb Kurti 616-460-8041 Oakleafrun@gmail.com

Ride Secretary: Cassie Green 231-740-5156 greencas3@gmail.com


october 12 (Saturday) - 13 (Sunday)(GMT-04:00)


Barb Kurti

Barb and her Arabian gelding Kulta are both Tevis Cup finishers. She is also the Vice-President of Great Lakes Distance Riding Association.