If you are in or around Houston, look up Darolyn Butler at this link Cypress Trails - Endurance
She leases some of her seasoned endurance horses and not all Arabians are bat poo crazy!!!
Darolyn is hosting a ride (just a trail ride type ride - not endurance) at Pundt Park on May 12. My cousin and I are going. I thought I had wedding cakes to make but woot!!! Just party cakes!!!! Biscuit and I have rode at Pundt Park twice - once together and once with other rider/horse (when I owned my other horse and Biscuit belonged to a friend.) It is a terrific park.
Greater Houston Horse Council
Membership Drive & Trail Ride
Greater Houston Horse Council Come on up, over, or down… We’ll be riding Spring Creek Trails and experience the incredible amenities of Pundt Park. We want new blood, new friends, new members and ya’ll need to ride some new trails.
POSSE UP WITH US & FOR ONLY $20 BUCKEROOS,YOU GET A FABULOUS TRAIL RIDE, A VIEW OF THE BEST LIL’ OLE BRIDGE THIS SIDE OF RED RIVER, SOME GRUB, AND An individual MEMBERSHIP TO THE
10 AM Saturday May 12, 2012 at Pundt Park
Bring your coggins papers. Trails are barefoot friendly.
RSVP if ya can, so we’ll know how many vittles to cook up.
If you don’t already know about Pundt Park, well partner, it’s time. I’ve been riding the beautiful sandy trails of Spring Creek for nigh on 35 years. Always said it was Harris County’s best kept secret. Now Pundt Park with its excellent parking, picnic area, and “indoor” toilets has really spiced up the area and made it possible for anybody with a rig to access the gorgeous creek area. A Dog Park opened a few weeks ago and an archery course is soon to follow. This is definitely the place to ride if you want many miles of riding and just about the most scenic pine forest and white sandy beaches you’ll ever see. If you prefer a bike, or jogging, the County, has installed an asphalt jogging/biking trail parallel to the horse trails. Not to mention a 3.5 Million dollar bridge across Cypress Creek. Let’s give some kudos to Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jack Cagle. This man is making it happen in Precinct 4. We’ll start the official ride at 10:00 A.M, but you are welcome to come earlier if ya have a hankerin’ to get an early start on the trail and you’ll need a little time for registering and becoming a new member of THE GREATER HOUSTON HORSE COUNCIL. And that membership fee of $20, covers the ride and your lunch…. WHAT A DEAL!!!!!!!!!!! Eat a hardy breakfast ‘cause lunch won’t be served until about 1:30. It’s 8 miles to the “new Bridge”… 16 miles round trip… but don’t fret if this is more than you are ready for… the trails are so well marked… you may just decide to turn around anywhere and head back when you think you OR your horse have gone far enough. So you can “tailor make” your own ride. There will be plenty of guides out there to point the way and the trail system is so well marked that it is hardly necessary. We have not gotten a commitment yet, but County Commissioner Jack Cagle has been given an invitation to join us… We hope he can make it. It would be great for the Horseman of this area to have an opportunity to thank him in person for an incredible place to ride and picnic. After the 1:30 lunch, you are certainly welcome to continue riding the trails if you like… and we think you will like. There’s a total of 32 miles of trails along Spring Creek now. THE GREATER HOUSTON HORSE COUNCIL is just so happy that you could join us, and we welcome the opportunity to show off the newest stone in the crown of the Spring Creek Greenway project. Don’t forget to RSVP if ya can, so we’ll know how many vittles to cook up. You Can join GHHC on site or you can go up on their web page & join using PAYPAL. Darolyn@swbell.net 281 446 7232 PUNDT PARK 4129 Spring Creek Drive Spring, Texas 77386 (281) 353-4196 Happy Trails, Darolyn Butler (GHHC Board of Directors) Darolyn Butler Cypress Trails & Horseman Video Showcase 21415 Cypresswood Dr. Humble, TX 77338-1287 (281)446-7232 FAX(281)446-0113 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Page: www.horseridingfun.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/CypressTrails
& directions to Pundt Park, Spring, Texas