Mackinac Equestrian Center - Mackinac island, MI 
September 28-30, 2018 ♦ Mackinac Equestrian Center Activities
  • FULLY BOOKED
  • Celebrate 20 years of the Mackinac Community Equestrian Center with Tom Seay & Kristen Biscoe on the unique island of Mackinac, where there are no motorized vehicles.
  • Enjoy a weekend full of riding on the beautiful shores of the great lakes
  • Friday, September 28th - Check in to the Mackinac Community Equestrian Center, take a horse drawn taxi downtown or enjoy a relaxing evening on the island.
  • Saturday, September 29th - Learn about the history of Mackinac Island and join us for a ride with Tom Seay, Kristen Biscoe across Mackinac Island. Filmed rides will be held in the morning and afternoon. Visit the island’s unique treasures such as Arch Rock, Sugar Loaf Rock, the Crack in the Island Trail, Fort Holmes, Fort Mackinac and the shores of Lake Huron!
  • Saturday Evening - Join Mackinac Horsemen’s Association for a family—style cookout at the facility. There will be live music, member recognition, guest speakers, and activities for all ages.
  • Sunday, September 30th - Take a dive into Lake Huron with your equine partner! Our last ride with Tom and Kristen will explore the back side of the island with a stop at British Landing for a chance to go for a swim.
  • Bring your own horses to Mackinac Equestrian Center you will need: current Coggins, health certificate, rabies vaccine and the EVH-1 vaccine
  • Stall or run-in or turnout will be available for your horse
  • Space for storing tack, Guided Tour of Facility and Horses Through History Museum by Request
  • Trail Guide Map with over 60+ miles of trail
  • Concessions will be available for purchase
  • More details to come
  • $25 deposit holds your space. There are no refunds but can transfer any balance to be used on another ride up to one year.
Join Tom Seay & Kristen Biscoe 
at
Mackinac Island, MI
Fully Booked
To learn about our other rides, please call us at 540-829-9555
Learn more about Mackinac Equestrian Center:   www.mackinachorses.org