The purpose of the club is to promote interests in horses and riding among the youth and adults of the region. To educate members and non-members in horsemanship, care, conditioning, feeding, and training of animals. And, to encourage safety, etiquette, and the humane treatment of animals among members and non-members.
We are a non-profit saddle club working towards the advancement and knowledge of horses. We are involved in horse shows, trailriding, and fundraisers.
We are a group of people that love horses and enjoy spending time together. We have a variety or events throughout the year.
The Quad City All Breed Horse Association is dedicated to the advancement and promotion of all breeds of horses through a variety of education, charitable, and social equine events.
We are a group of horseback riding, fun loving folks. We love to ride and camp. Meeting is the second Tuesday of each month. Most months we meet at the Head Start/Primary in Metropolis. Potluck begins at 6pm with the meeting to follow.
Lake Forest College Equestrian Team caters to all students interested in horses and equestrian sports, regardless of experience. The team has 3 different membership levels that fit every schedule and level of interest.
Saddle Club that is full of all ages, types of riders, and friends we are here for you. We enjoy hosting horse shows, our monthly meetings, trailriding, and taking part in annual parades; its a great way of meeting new people and horse friends!
Promote equine activity in the Shawnee National Forest
During show season, we host horse shows every other weekend on Saturday starting at 5 PM. The Wild Riders strive to make this saddle club a place for the youth or anyone that is willing to learn about horses or just enjoys riding. It is just a friendly place for experts and beginners alike.
Horse back riding, monthly meetings, and family fun.