18th Annual Sally’s Ride Fundraiser
September 26 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sally’ Fund & The Marquette County Horse Club Presents:18th Annual Sally’s Ride
About this Event
Pre-registration ONLY! Due to COVID-19 pre-registration is required this year.
REGISTER – CLICK HERE
*Negative Coggins will be checked at the gate.*
(paper, online, or picture accepted)
*Liability waiver has to be signed to ride*
!!!!All riders will be entered to win a free portrait taken with their horse by Jen Weide Photography!!!!
Our event is being held at the Marquette County Fairgrounds. We will be riding outside, keeping social distancing and safety in mind. Masks are required inside all buildings or when a 6 ft distance is not possible. Hand washing station provided. Please bring a mask!
Ride on Saturday, September 26, 2020, 1:00- 4:00 pm (gates open at noon)
Come ride at your leisure between 1-4 PM. There will be a 5-mile and a 10-mile trail marked. Many new trails this year! Ride to Shiloh’s Stable.
The Brisket Barn Food Truck will be on-site from 12-4 pm to purchase food
Bucket Raffle- tickets sold on-site (winners announced 4:30 pm)
Silent Auction- ONLINE ONLY- winners will pick up items day of the ride.
The online auction opens on September 25
*winners announced at 4:30
Please consider donating a bucket auction item in advance or donate a silent auction item. MCHC will be offering a no contact pick-up option. E-mail email@example.com or text Cheri Johnson at 906-458-6167 no later than the Sept. 23th.
For the love of the horses that will be rescued by Sally’s Fund come on out and support this great cause! Please come with or without a horse!
Camping & Stalls Info
Camping: $25 for one night or $40 for 2 nights.
NO HORSES ALLOWED IN CAMPING AREA.
Stalls: $10 for the weekend
Bring Your Own Bedding! Stalls must be cleaned before you leave. Contact Andi Goriesky, 906-361-4655, to reserve your stall.
All Sally’s Ride Traffic will be directed to the back gate.
In the event that onsite Sally’s Ride needs to be canceled, all prepaid entries are considered donations to Sally’s Fund and everyone is encouraged to still ride at home.