We are thrilled to be able to host this event as scheduled this year but safety remains a priority. As such, we have had to make some changes to the event. Please check the Schedule of Events for details. We also ask you to please:
Fundraising events, like the Ride 4A Cure, contribute roughly 1/3 of the monies raised for the Huntington Society of Canada every year. As such, we have a fantastic opportunity to make a big difference this year! Start your personal fundraising page here today!
Thanks to a kind donor, your event impact will be doubled this fall! Donations received by September 30th will be matched dollar for dollar so we can make double the progress towards providing support for HD families today, and give hope, by changing the course of this disease, for HD families tomorrow.
If you love nature, community and supporting a great cause, this event is perfect for you. In the last 10 years, the event has expanded in participation, supporters and even the weekend surrounding the day of the ride.
Date: August 28-29, 2020
Location: Teepee Creek Stampede Grounds, Highway 647 and Range Road 34, NW 33-73-03-W6M, Teepee Creek, AB
Rather run than ride a horse or wagon? Try the "HD Extreme Run/Walk". Not your average running trail! If you are looking for something a little more extreme than running on a paved path, this might be for you!
Looking for the Schedule of events? Click "Schedule of Events" under "About".
There is a minimum pledge of $100 to participate in the ride or run.
Barrel Racing Entry:
$50 ="one" entry
$100 ="two" entries
$150 ="three" entries (max)
Team Roping Entry:
$100 ="one" entry
$150 ="two" entries
$200 ="three" entries (max)
Entry for either jackpot includes participation in the HD Ride on Saturday - stick around and join in the fun!
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The Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) strives for a better future for those affected by Huntington disease (HD). There are three main areas that HSC focuses on:
1. Funding cutting edge research into slowing or stopping the progression of HD
2. Funding Family Services workers across Canada to provide support for those affected by HD
3. Raising awareness of HD, educating the public and health services professionals, as well as advocating for the rights of those affected by HD