Ride 4A Cure


Please review the questions and answers below regarding this event.

What measures are in place this year to ensure safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

Our event committee is closely monitoring recommendations, as well as receiving updated information from the Huntington Society of Canada's National Office regularly.

Some considerations include:

  • In an effort to reduce/eliminate contact at the event wherever possible, we encourage everyone to register and fundraise online. 
  • Volunteers will be regularly disinfecting high-touch areas, and sanitizer will also be available at various points on-site and throughout the trail.
  • If you're feeling unwell, please stay home and do not attend the event.

For more information about current health and safety practices at HSC events, please review the HSC Guiding Principles For In Person Community Activities And Events.

Is there camping available?

Yes! Come out and join us for the whole weekend at the Teepee Creek Stampede grounds! Free camping for as many nights as you would like to join us around the events.

Is there water and pens available for my horse, if I want to stay overnight?

Yes, we will have water available at the grounds for watering horses.  Pens are available on a first come first serve basis - there are pens in the rodeo stock area inside the track.  Box stalls at the TP Ag Events Centre may also be available for rent. 

Do I have to have my own horse to participate?

No, you can take part in the HD Ride 4 a Cure in many ways – some ride their horse, some ride on a wagon, some choose to run or walk the trail route, and some volunteer to help out at the event.

What time should I arrive?

For the main ride, registration is 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 27th.  

How can I volunteer at the HD Ride?

We always have jobs for volunteers available – contact Mack to make arrangements at mack@jadecash.com or 780-897-8048.