Posts tagged as: Tevis Cup

Enjoying the Ride

Horses stand in their blankets tied to a trailer in snow-covered pine landscape.

While the article “Gearing Up for the Tevis Cup” in your October/November issue was overall very good, emphasizing the level of athleticism and skill necessary to take part in the event, there is one point I would like to correct. Here at the Western States Trails Foundation, which maintains the trails and produces the Tevis […]

Tevis topper Jeremy Reynolds on racing endurance

Jeremy Reynolds gallops across the finish line on his gray Arabian at the NAERTC championship, with another rider in hot pursuit.

Jeremy Reynolds is on a roll. In October he won both the Western States Trail Foundation’s Tevis Cup and Haggin Trophy, and in July he earned the prize for individual first place at the United States Equestrian Federation’s North American Endurance Team Challenge Patriot’s Day Race. At press time, he was tied for No. 1 […]

Reynolds first to finish at Tevis

Jeremy Reynolds and Riverwatch in Auburn for the 2011 Tevis Cup. (Photo by Linda Moulton)

Jeremy Reynolds and Riverwatch were the first horse and rider pair to cross the finish line at the Tevis Cup endurance race today. The 31-year-old San Jose rider and his 7-year-old bay horse reached McCann Stadium in Auburn at 7:01 p.m, completing the race in 12 hours and 31 minutes. That’s about two hours faster […]

Tevis Rerouted Due to Snow

Shannon Constanti rides LR Bold Greyson at the AERC National Championships. They finished sixth.

Due to snow in the high country the 2011 Tevis Cup start has been relocated from Robie Park to the Gold Country Fairgrounds, and the start time pushed back to 6:30am. The ride will be re-routed to accommodate the change while still covering 100 miles, and will run Saturday through Sunday, Oct. 8-9. Rider Check-In […]

Gearing Up for Tevis Cup


One hundred miles in 24 hours on horseback ― that’s the Western States Trail Foundation’s Tevis Cup endurance race. Riders who’ve made the trek from Lake Tahoe to Auburn describe it as an adrenaline-fueled test of strength, will and strategy that sees them trotting along narrow switchbacks edged by thousand-foot drops, climbing 50-degree inclines and […]

Tevis Cup Moved to October


In an unusual move, the Tevis Cup board of governors has voted to change the date of the 2011 Tevis Ride from July to October 8, 2011, due to unusually high snow packs in the Lake Tahoe mountains where the 100-mile endurance ride takes place. “The alternate trail from Soda Springs to French Meadows continues […]

Tevis: Education in Endurance


The 2011 Western States Trail Ride, also known as the Tevis Cup, runs July 16­–17 (editor’s note: The Tevis Cup was rescheduled for October and the educational ride to July), starting in Lake Tahoe. To help riders prepare for that grueling test of 100 miles in 24 hours, organizers are mounting the fourth annual Tevis […]

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