Go Virtual with Tevis

Go Virtual with Tevis

For the first time in the ride’s history, the Tevis Cup has been canceled — to keep the spirit of the ride alive, organizers have created a virtual event and are inviting fans to go virtual with Tevis. Look at it this way, this is probably the only year when you’ll have the chance to […]

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Sanoma Blakely wins 64th Annual Tevis Cup

Tevis cup winners

At 5:30 a.m., after riding 100 miles over 16 hours and 12 minutes, 18-year-old Sanoma Blakely, riding RA Ares Bey, a 10 year old Arabian gelding, raced for the win against three-time Tevis winner, Jeremy Reynolds. Over the last six miles, the two leapfrogged over each other into the lead, and in the end she […]

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Tevis Cup 2017

When I was sitting at home in the comfort of my arm chair and taking my horses for gentle hacks along the groomed trails near my barn, 174 riders set out on a 100 mile trail ride of brutal territory, determined to finish in 24 hours or less. Endurance riding was first developed in the […]

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Tevis Cup Cancelled Due to Wildfires in California

  The 100-mile Tevis Cup endurance race, scheduled for July 19th has been cancelled due to the extensive wildfires in California. The race takes competitors on a rugged, hilly route from Lake Tahoe to Auburn. The award is given to the first horse and rider to cross the finish line within a 24 hour time […]

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