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KHC to host Fall Ride in the Gyp Hills Sept. 28 to 30


By popular demand, this year's Kansas Horse Council Fall Ride will be back at the Mulberry Creek Ranch (Mills Ranch) in the Gypsum Hills near Sun City, Sept. 28 to 30.

The ranch is located approximately 28 miles from Pratt or 20 miles from Medicine Lodge.

This ride was voted a definite do-over by last year's participants. The ranch sits in the heart of the Gypsum Hills and takes riders through the rolling hills, canyons and buttes that this area is known for. Great riding and the hospitality of Gwen Mills and Brett Eberly can't be beat.

For registration forms and information visit Ride limited to 75 riders. Pre-registration required for ride and meal by Sept. 21. KHC Members are $25 and non-members are $35.

Date: 9/17/2012


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