Trail horse

The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride

The Great Santa Fe Trail Horse Race Endurance Ride, sometimes referred to as the Santa Fe Ride, is an annual event. It is a 515 mile equine endurance ride conducted over a fourteen day period and in close proximity to the historic Santa Fe Trail. The 2007 Ride was won by Scott Griffin of Seattle, Washington, with a combined time of 61 and 3/4 hours for the fourteen days. The 2007 Pioneer Ride was won by Karen Fredrickson of Kneeland, California. She completed the 515 miles on one horse, named "Murphy" in a little over 86 hours. The 2008 Ride will take place August 31-September 13, 2008. The ride will begin in Wagon Mound, New Mexico and end in Council Grove, Kansas. Both the start and the end are very historic sites on the Santa Fe Trail.

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