2012 May 27, Annual Memorial Day Benefit Ride (USTR)

United States Trail Ride, Inc. (USTR) is pleased to announce the date for our annual Memorial Day Benefit Ride to be held at Glenwood Park, Middleburg, VA on Sunday, May 27th, 2012.

The Memorial Day Benefit ride is USTR’s largest fund raising event annually. 2012 marks the 18th running of this popular ride. Over the past 10 years alone, USTR has raised and donated over twenty five thousand dollars to local non-profit organizations. This year’s ride will benefit Loudoun Therapeutic Riding Foundation, The Gingersnap Girls Equine Education and Rescue Foundation, and The Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship.

Join us on a terrific ride over the wonderfully scenic and private trails rarely open for public riding. Ride 6 to 15 miles at your own pace on well marked trails that range from gently rolling mixed fields/woods to more aggressive hills and river crossings. Ride the trail(s) right for you – there is something for everybody! While you enjoy your ride and your lunch, remember you are helping the USTR help some very worthy causes. The ride registration form can be found on USTR’s website: http://www.ustrailride.org/MemorialDay.html

United States Trail Ride, Inc. a non-profit, Loudoun County-based volunteer organization, incorporated on March 30, 1987, is dedicated to preserving and creating multi-use trails for fun and pleasure. USTR presents a variety of educational programs throughout the year that are open to the public and that support and promote the local equestrian community.

For more information on USTR or to participate in this years ride, please visit our website: www.ustrailride.org .

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