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Indoor Riding Schedule

Outdoor riding 9am-dusk daily unless noted
Construction on the lean to and new stalls may cause additional noise and distraction while riding.  Sorry for the disruptions.
All facility users must have attended a Code of Conduct Meeting

Sunday 2/5
Open Riding
9am-6pm   
boarders only 6pm-9pm
Medium reserved
Monday 2/6
Open Riding
9am-1pm  &
4pm-9pm

 
Tuesday 2/7
Open Riding
9am-6pm

Med reserved 
after 2pm

Buffalo 6pm
Wednesday 2/8
Boarders only 
9am-noon
private noon-4pm
Open
Riding

4pm- 9pm

 
Thursday 2/9
Open Riding

9am-1pm &
4pm-9pm

Med reserved 


 
Friday 2/10
No Open Riding 

NCSHA
practice noon-8
Saturday 2/11
No Open Riding 

NCSHA & Muley Roping
 
Sunday 2/12
Open Riding 

9am-6pm
Boarders only
6pm-9pm
 
Monday 2/13
Open Riding
9am-9pm

 
Tuesday 2/14
Open Riding
9am-9pm
Med reserved
Wednesday 2/15
Boarders only
9-noon
Private noon-3pm
Open riding

3pm-9pm


 
Thursday 2/16
Open Riding
9am-1pm &
5pm-9pm
private 1-5
Friday 2/17
Boarders only
9am-noon
Open riding 
noon-5pm
med reserved



 
Saturday 2/18
Open Riding
9am-9pm
Med reserved
Sunday 2/19
open riding

9am-3pm
4H 3pm-6pm
Boarders only 6pm-9pm
Monday 2/20
Open Riding 
9am-9pm

 
Tuesday 2/21
  Open Riding
 
9am-9pm
 
Wednesday 2/22
Boarders Only
9am-noon
private 12-3pm
Open Riding
3pm-9pm
Thursday 2/23
Open Riding 

9am - 1pm & 5pm-9pm
Private 1-5
Friday 2/24
Med Reserved
Open Riding 
noon-7pm

Boarders only 7pm-9pm
 
Saturday 2/25
Open Riding 
9am-9pm
Med reserved

 
Sunday 2/26
Open Riding
9am-6pm
Boarders only
6pm-9pm
Monday 2/27
 Open Riding
All Arenas
9am-1pm
 & 4pm-9pm
Private 1-4
 
Tuesday 2/28
Open Riding
All Arenas
9am-1pm&
4pm-9pm

Private 1-4
Wednesday 3/1
 Boarders only 9am-noon
Open
Riding
3pm-9pm
Med reserved
Thursday 3/2
Open Riding  

9am-1pm &
4pm-9pm
Med reserved
Friday 3/3
Open riding
noon-5pm
Boarders only
5pm-9pm
 
Saturday 3/4
Open Riding
9am-9pm

 

Mark your calendars 

TBD Cow work practice with buffalo
Feb 10-11 North Country Stock Horse Winter Series practice and show
March 17-18 North Country Stock Horse Winter Series practice and show
March 24 FFA Judging
April 7-8-9 Treasure State Cutting Horse Association
April 14-15 North Country Stock Horse Winter Series finals
April 28-29 406 Spring Schooling Show
May 6-7 4H Horse Camp
May 13-14 Twisted Wire Reined Cow Horse Show
June 9-10-11 MQHA Big Sky Classic
June 16 Teton County 4H Horse Show
June 17 GFAB Open Horse Show
June 23-24-25 MQHA Spark Some Fun
July 15 GFAB Open Horse Show
July 21 Cascade County 4H Horse Show
July 22 Cascade/Teton Counties 4H Working Ranch Horse Show
Aug 5 GFAB Open Horse Show
Aug 12-13 GFAB Jumping and Dressage
Sept 8-9-10 State Finals 4H Working Ranch and Versatility Ranch Horse
Sept 15-16 406 Arena Horse Fair & Breeders Showcase
Sept 22-23-24 Treasure State Cutting Year End Banquet

Oct 6-7 406 Fall Schooling Show

 

406 Arena Jumper Jackpots  March-October once or twice per month

While this is not considered a show we do ask that you use wise and safe riding practices. Show attire is not required but please wear safe riding attire that fits with the English riding style and appropriate English tack. If riding western in the 12” and 15" please dress in appropriate western clothing and western tack. Also make sure you have signed a 406 Liability Release form prior to riding and attended a code of conduct meeting. The office will open 1.5 hours prior to each jackpot to enter. Entries will close 15 min prior to the start of the jackpot and no entries will be accepted after that point. There is a separate $20 riding fee to be paid to the 406 Arena. Each class is $5 cash to enter. So for example if you are entering the 21" 2’ 2’3” and 2’6” you will need to bring $20 in $5 or $1 bills. This will allow us to quickly payout the jackpot earnings for each class. You may enter up to 4 classes per horse/rider combo and the classes must be consecutive. Classes are as follows: 12” (western permitted), 15” (western permitted)
18”, 21", 2’, 2’3”, 2'6", 2’9”, 3’, 3’3”
*12” - 2’ will be placed based on the rider who has a clean round and is closest to the optimum time.
 2’3” – 3’3” the placings are determined by a jump off round so all riders who have a clean round with no faults will proceed to a jump off round. A clean round consists of no jump faults ( rails down or refusals ) and no time faults. Time faults are given if a rider exceeds 10 seconds past the posted optimum time.
 Riders will be allotted 2 refusals/run outs before eliminated. A Bell will ring and you will be
allotted 1 curtesy jump of your choice and then exit the arena.
 Upon entrance of the arena please salute and wait for a bell to ring before starting your course.
 Optimum times are based on Eventing times. 12” – 18” are set for 300mpm, 2’ – 2’6” are set for 320mpm, and 2’9” – 3’3” are set for 325mpm

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