Organization and Educational Links

Learn about Endurance

American Endurance Ride Conference
Equestrian Canada (EC)
Equine Distance Riding (EDRA)
Moving On Up to 100-Mile Rides


Equine Blood Testing

PNER’s Abaxis blood machine travels to endurance rides throughout the 
region. On-site Equine Profile Plus blood tests are available to PNER 
members for $45 (non-members $55).

Analysis Includes:


Click here to learn more what the analysis can tell you about your horse.

Click here to print a release of liability for use of the blood machine.

The blood machine will be available at a number of rides throughout the ride season. As the schedule is developed it will be posted here.

Traveling with horses?
Here's a link for horse friendly rest areas in Oregon - and a US horse travel resource -
Another good one is DeMoss Park, north of Moro on Hwy97, nice arena for turnout, water available during summer months
The rodeo grounds on the south side of Hwy 20 in Juntura is great for turnout as well

Do you have a trail project you'd like financial support with, the Trail Committee is here to help!

We're able to assist with projects promoting trail maintenance, education and preservation.

To apply:  PNER Trails App


Education Article:

Your 2019 PNER Education Committee is chaired by Bobbi Knapp.

Did you know that PNER has funds available for any endurance related seminar you would like to present to interested folks? The application process isn't difficult and the rules are simple. 

Click the this link to access the PNER Education Funds (PDF)  PNER Education Funds (DOC)

Once you've filled out the application you can send it either snail mail to me, the Chairperson for the PNER Education Committee, or you can scan and email it to me, as well. Your application will be shared with the Education Committee and we will make every effort to contact you with any questions about your application and then provide a decision on your application as soon as possible. After that, the PNER Treasurer, Margie Thorngren, at this time, will send you a check. In return, you'll provide a report about your event, complete with the requisite receipts and financial report on the event. This will be reported on at the next Board of Directors meeting. You may be invited to call in to the meeting and give your own impression of the process you followed, and provide feedback on the process. 

PNER Members who've taken advantage of the PNER Education Committee funds have been able to put on some very interesting and engaging "Mini Rides" and "Endurance 101" clinics, complete with provided lunches and "awards". 

Send your completed appliction:

PNER Education Committee Chair
Bobbi Knapp
22522 133rd St Ct E
Orting WA 98360

Trails Resources

Hiking/Biking or Riding the PCT!


Meet and Mingle

PNER Facebook Page 

AERC Facebook Page 

PNER Yahoo Group

EDRA Facebook Page

EC Facebook Page

ERABC Facebook Page

Traveling with Horses

Map of Horse Camps in Washington State

Endurance Ride Checklist
Reprinted from May 2017 Endurance 
News Article

Unwritten Rules of Trail and Camp Etiquette
Reprinted from May 2017 Endurance News Article

Mary and Anna Youth Fund Process
When the EDRA committee put together the guidelines for the EDRA Anna & Mary Memorial Youth Fund at each critical decision we asked ourselves “what would Anna and Mary say or do?”  That made it easy to develop the most inclusive scholarship fund for youth 17 and under in PNER.  The intention of the fund is for riders 17 and under to ride free in PNER as long as EDRA can keep the fund solvent. Youth eligibility is NOT tied to membership in EDRA, AERC or PNER. Because the vast majority of rides charge youth 50% of a full adult entry fee, the fund was set up to cover 50% of a full adult entry fee.  So most rides youth will be covered 100% and ride free.  If a ride charges youth more than 50% they will still have a greatly reduced entry fee. Please see the flyer for information on how to access these youth funds or click on the link below.

Youth Fund Process (PDF)
Reimbursement Form