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Just out for Spring time! Spring 2017 Back Country Horsemen of BC Catalogue. Show your support for BCHBC by while wearing logo items!  Supplies are limited, so get your order in early. Spring 2017 Logo Catalogue    
Monday, 20 February 2017 13:24

Rendezvous Registration now Open!

The Back Country Horsemen's Annual Rendezvous (RV) this year is in Merritt, BC, beautiful BC ranch country with lots of gorgeous trails to explore right from the grounds of the Nicola Valley Rodeo Grounds. The Kamloops Chapter is organizing the trail riding for RV this year and we are looking forward to expanding the trail repretoire from when RV was held in Merritt in 2015.RV will be action packed once again, with the usual fun acitivies, including the Packing Competition, Dutch Oven Cook Off and Demonstration along with our amazing silent and live auction, Saturday night supper and lots more.There will be a great selection of clinicians to help you hone your riding and horsemanship skills. This year's clinicians include Sam Sunderland who is coming back again this year, Andonia Reynolds who specializes in Equine First Aid and we will have Steph Laversin and Robert Boros teaching mounted archery, a…
Wednesday, 08 February 2017 10:53

Reminder to Nominate for Awards

BCHBC Volunteer of the Year Award & BCHBC Award of Excellence for an Outstanding ProjectThe BCHBC is reminding members that there are two new awards this year to recognize our volunteers and our projects. The BCHBC Volunteer of the Year Award will be given to an individual who makes an outstanding contribution to the BCHBC through their time, dedication, leadership and exemplification of the spirit of the BCHBC. The plaque shown is the perpetual trophy plaque which will have the winner’s name and date of award engraved on it. As well, the winner will receive a smaller version of the plaque for theirs to keep. The BCHBC Award of Excellence for an Outstanding Project will be awarded to a project  that makes an impact on the BCHBC, the area where it has been completed and is, as the title suggests – outstanding. It will not necessarily be awarded annually should…
Monday, 23 January 2017 10:39

Note from the BCHBC Trail Committee

Back Country Horsemen Members:With the rising temperatures in some parts of the province we ask our members to consider where they ride.  Trails are easily damaged.........here's what you can do: Choose your trails carefully (until BCHBC approves our own "Wet Weather Riding Guidelines you can refer to the wet weather riding guide developed by a mtn bike group) Opt for a hike instead of a ride, and clear out some drains and pick up some debris off the trail kick rocks! Identify places that need maintenance.  Within a week of the melt, everything should be back to normal. Thanks in advance for being considerate and helping to protect our Right To Ride.The Provincial Trails Committee will be presenting a draft "Wet Weather Riding Policy" at the Spring Board of Directors Meeting (April 22/23 2017).If you have any comments to share please send them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. BCHBC Provincial Trails Committee
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