The Prineville Ridge Riders
Welcome to the Prineville Ridge Riders Horse Club
The Prineville Ridge Riders Saddle Club is a not for profit, incorporated saddle club that formed in 1946. Prineville Ridge Riders are a family organization and encourage participation from children and adults of all ages. Activities include:
*Monthly Play Days for a nominal fee. We offer multiple age categories as well as Year End Awards. Play Days are made up of four events: Pole Bending, Barrel Racing and alternating 3rd and 4th events. Play Days are typically held once a month from February through November (weather permitting).
*Monthly Meetings at the club house in Prineville
*Other activities such as Trail challenges and team playdays
Please visit our history page on the tool bar above to learn how the Prineville Ridge Riders formed, along with the history of the Prineville Ridge Riders. It also holds a story about the history of the Clubhouse on O'Neil Highway in Prineville.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our events this year!! It was a wonderful year with great participation :) Also, to our terrific volunteers we couldn't do what we do without you!
Join us for our next events
January 5th- 7:00PM Club Meeting at the club house
* Keep a look out for additional Cattle Sorting opportunities *
You can join the Prineville Ridge Riders at any meeting or event, or by filling out our one page registration form.
Non-riders and horse lovers of all ages are welcome!
Horse ownership is not required to be a member of the Prineville Ridge Riders!
Anyone under the age of 18 is required to wear a helmet.
Single Membership $25.00 Per year
Family Membership $50.00 Per year
Play Days: $10.00 Members / $25.00 Non-Members
Club meetings are held at our clubhouse every month on the first Monday of the month and brought to order at 7pm sharp. Please come join us and see what we are all about!
For those who are looking to do more, The Prineville Ridge Riders are a diverse group of Central Oregonians who enjoy riding. Ridge Riders participate in the local Crooked River Round-up Parade, the Annual Wild Horse Count in the Ochoco National Forest, Maintaining the Crooked River National Grassland Skull Hollow Trails, Poker Rides, Charity Rides, Trail Trials and more. Our only limitation is our participation!
Elton Roberts marking the endurance trail on the Crooked River National Grasslands.