The Scheme is very simple – any WES member who hacks out for pleasure (training and schooling do NOT count) in a western saddle can record their hours and qualify for an award. The horse does not have to belong to the rider but must be ridden in a western saddle.
Participants will receive a Log Book to record their hours spent hacking.
Subject to ratification* the following awards will be made: o 50 hours
members will receive a commemorative certificate. o 75 hours
certificate o 150 hours certificate o 250 hours
a certificate plus an inscribe ed silver belt buckle* supplied by Montana Silversmiths o 500 hours
certificate plus option to pure chase trail award merchandise embroidered with the Trail Award Logo s supplied by Sequoia Western o 1000 hours
option to purchase a Trail Award Jacket embroidered with Trail Award Logo supplied by Sequoia Western together with 1 years free membership of the Society *To qualify for the silver belt buckle and other benefits claimants must have maintained continuous membership of the society since joining the scheme.
In the event of membership lapsing for any period the claimants participation in the Trail Riding Scheme will be deemed void. Rider records must be submitted to the Society on an annual basis when requested. Clothing supplied will vary depending upon the fashion as the time of request.
Payment for: Award Scheme