A person who attended the Tevis Cup Ride on July 24th contacted us to report they tested positive for Covid-19 on the morning of July 28th. This individual was at Robie Park, Foresthill, the finish line, and the Awards Banquet. This person had previously been vaccinated and has mild symptoms. Hopefully, this will not result in widespread problems. If you experience any Covid-19 symptoms, no matter how minor, even if you are vaccinated - please get tested immediately.
Spectators are always welcome to come and watch the ride and there are many places along the route where you can see the horse and riders pass through. Here is a summary of locations.
Once again, GPS trackers will be available to riders for a $60 fee. Riders will be given their trackers at Robie...
Virtually travel along the Tevis Cup (Western States) Trail - Robie Park (Truckee, CA) to Auburn, CA - Your Trails, Your Location
Are you sure you packed everything? Once you discover what got left behind, be sure to stop by the Tevis Official Hay and Feed Store to grab any last minute supplies:
We currently have 140 riders.
Back again for this year - the Reactor Panel Raffle - win $3,650 towards the saddle of your choice! Click for more details.
Click here to find out all information related to this year's ride - including president's message; ride director's message (entries, withdrawals, Covid, seeding, rider packets, Robinson Flat special needs, vehicle passes/wristbands/rules/checkpoint cards); GPS trackers; Forum; and Virtual Tevis.
The Eastern Crabbet Arabian Horse Society will be offering an award to the "Highest Placing Purebred, Half-Arabian, or Anglo-Arabian Crabbet-Related Horse" in this year's Tevis Cup. Ribbons will be awarded to both a senior and junior rider.