Alamo Kountry Kickers August River Ride,   25-27 Aug 2017

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Alamo Kountry Kickers Officers

President
Katy Whitt

Vice President
Tucker Fleming

Treasurer
Kimberly Doege

Secretary
Sheri Beggs

Queen Coordinator
Tucker Fleming

Trail Boss
David Wiedenfeld (830) 620-8372

Assistant Trail Boss
Jimbob Fleming (210) 326-8918

Scouts
Captain of Scouts…Greg Bennet

Honorary Trail Boss
Steve Boucher
Pat Halpin

Royalty
Kendra Doege ...Queen
Sydni Aristeguiteta. Little Miss

Mascots
Jordan Commander
Sierra Commander


Call Before You Haul

(830) 620-8372

Directions!!

From San Antonio:

-Take Hwy 35 N. and Exit onto Hwy 306
    towards Canyon  Lake (Buccee’s gas station
    will be on your right when you exit)
- Take a left at the light this will be HWY 306 
- Go North on HWY 306 for 2.5 miles and turn left on Bretzke lane.
- Go 1.2 miles to Gruene River Drive and turn left.
- Then go .5 miles to White Water Road and turn right.
- Go .2 miles to the ranch gate and follow signs to field.

From Austin:

- Take Hwy 35 S. and Exit onto Hwy 306
    towards Canyon  Lake (Buccee’s gas station
    will be on the other side of the highway when you exit).
- Take a right at the light this will be HWY 306 
- Go North on HWY 306 for 2.5 miles and turn left on Bretzke lane.
- Go 1.2 miles to Gruene River Drive and turn left.
- Then go .5 miles to White Water Road and turn right.
- Go .2 miles to the ranch gate and follow signs to field.

 


 

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AKK is pleased to support
the following Sponsors:


J BAR QUARTERHORSES 
Jack Borchers (830) 625-7711
New Braunfels, Texas

CANYON LAKE WELDING, INC
Jimbob Fleming
(830) 899-2656
Canyon Lake, Texas

FLEMING BOOK KEEPING SERVICS
Tucker Fleming
LaVernia, Texas

Mary Trant
San Antonio, Texas

WIEDENFLED WELDING
David Wiedenfeld
(830) 629-1925
New Braunfels, Texas

D&S HORSES
Darrell & Susan Coe
(512) 217-3918
Mason, Texas

Gary and Patsy Metting
El Campo, Texas

WHITT PHOTOGRAPHY
Katy & Richard Whitt
(210) 542-6169
Seguin, Texas

OUR TRAILS END
Dennis Green & Bonnie Kuhles

FIZZLE BRITCHES GIFTS
Goirdan Aristeguieta
San Antonio, Texas

Kendall County Cowboy Church
Boerne Texas

And To everyone who helps!

THANKS FOR SUPPORTING 
THE BEST TRAILRIDE IN TEXAS!!
LEAVE IT THE WAY YOU FOUND IT,
PLEASE PICK UP YOUR TRASH.




ALAMO KOUNTRY KICKERS IS A 
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION. 
WE KEEP OUR TRAILRIDE FEES TO A 
MINIMUM SO YOU CAN BRING YOUR ENITRE FAMILY OUT & JOIN THE FUN. 
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION TO HELP DEFER THE COST OF THE RIDE PLEASE SEND IT TO

ALAMO KOUNTRY KICKERS, INC
P.O. Box 790635 San Antonio, TX 78279
Warning: Under the Texas Law (Chapter 87, Civil Practice and Remedies Code), an equine professional is not liable for any injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.
ALL ANIMALS MUST HAVE CURRENT 
NEGATIVE COGGINS, NO EXCEPTIONS!

RULES AND REGULATIONS
•No riding double except for adults with young children.
•Stay off the pavement where possible 
and away from traffic.
•No riding bareback, trick riding or roping. No littering, cursing or fighting.
•No firearms and NO DRINKING HORSEBACK.
•Uncontrollable horses are not allowed on the ride. Red ribbons will be furnished for horses that kick.
•All pets MUST be kept on a leash.
•Those that will be moving vehicles are asked to drive safely. Vehicles are not allowed to follow the ride.
•Keep all campfires small and extinguish them before leaving.
•Parents should make sure their child has an adult to ride with, appropriate clothing and a place to stay at night.
•Bring your raincoats.
•Bring water buckets, as there are
not any watering troughs.
•Park your rig in a manner that will not allow your horse to damage any vehicles or other animals.
•Generators should be muffled and of reasonable noise level.
•Do not play loud music when staying up late at night.
•Unruly riders may be asked to leave this ride.
•ABSOLUTELY NO Tying to Fences.
•Keep horses away from van and all wagons.




August 25-27, 2017

@ The Bretzke Ranch

Come Have Some Fun In The Sun with Some Trail Riding and River Fun!

Registration Fee:

$35.00 – per Adult for the weekend 
$20.00 for just one day per adult

$20.00 for Children 7-11 for the weekend

Drinks will be provided while on the trail.

Everyone in Camp MUST register and pay a fee regardless if you are riding or just relaxing in the river.

FRIDAY, Aug. 25th
Books open at 6.00 P.M.

SATURDAY, Aug.26th
Cattle Call – 7:00 am.
Ride out at 8:30am
We will ride until lunch.
After lunch we will swim and relax at the River
**MEALS SATURDAY**
Breakfast: 7 ;00 am Breakfast Tacos
Lunch: On your Own back at camp
Dinner: Chop BBQ Sandwiches Provided by Patsy and Gary Metting

SUNDAY, Aug. 27th 
Cattle Call – 7:00 am. Ride out at 9:00.
We should be back around lunch
or shortly after.
**MEALS SUNDAY**
Breakfast 7:30am: Sweet rolls and Coffee
Lunch: On your Own back at camp


This is a ranch ride and we will be mostly on ranch roads however shod horses are
recommended.

Wagons are not recommended as there are several crossings that are impassable.

We will be riding only 1/2 day on Saturday and
enjoying the rest of the day swimming in the
Guadalupe River!!!