TROT BOARD Meeting - Meetings are the first Tuesday of the month unless noted - pot luck at 6:15, meeting at 7:00 - Ask Maria Schwartz - 301-421-1928 or email for location or Conference call attendance.
Latest Newsletter - a searchable (use above search box) archive of past issues is available. The July newsletter is now online. The newsletter needs YOUR contributions. All TROT members can have a free ad in every issue! Send Barbara Sollner-Webb your ad or article.
We are proud of our park map coverage. Our park mapping project has .gpx and .kmz files on about a dozen parks. That means you can google earth these trails. There are more traditional trail maps for another dozen parks. For instance we just added maps and information links for West Friendship Park. We invite your contributions to our archives; either gps files or plain maps are welcome. Just email them over.
Not only that but many club members who are knowledgable about specific parks have volunteered to serve as park guides if you'd like to ride these parks. See out Trail Guides PDF file for available guides. What a great resource for our club!!
Search Our Website: Enter search terms in the yellow box on the upper right of this and all pages. Note that our old newsletters are part of the search database. Looking for a tack shop near Highland? Search for 'Highland tack'. Remember an old article about hay? What about an 'equine dentist'? Before googling for horsey stuff, try TROT Search
If you enjoy riding horses on trails in Maryland, want to learn about great places to ride and would like to see these trails remain open to all riders, then you'll want to join TROT, the Trail Riders of Today. To see the scope of our activites, please see our accomplishments in recent years. Dues remain $20 per year for an individual or a family. Show your support for preservation of equestrian trails. You can renew your membership online using PayPal or your credit card. See the membership page to join/renew/contribute.
We have a balanced calendar filled with interesting rides and other activities all over the state. We are developing an information resource about equestrian trails; to include directions, maps and resource guides. We maintain awareness of and educate our members concerning active trail issues since there always seems to be threats to the equestrian way of life.
If you wish to comment on the site or problems with it, report broken links or just make a suggestion, then please contact our webmaster. And do consider joining TROT; membership information is online.TROT participates in and encourages you to join these YAHOO email groups:
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