Events

How to Register for a NATRC Event

Registering for a NATRC ride is done via our ride management system (RMS) located at: rms.natrc.net

Register for an Event Using RMS

You can easily and quickly register for rides using our Ride Management System, RMS.

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All rides will be observing COVID precautions.

  • Christmas in the Pines CTR (2022 season)
    • (12/04/21 – 12/05/21)
  • Coast Into the New Year CTR 2022 – More information to come
    • (01/08/21 – 01/09/22)
  • New Year Resolution CTR 2022 – More information to come
    • (01/29/22 – 01/30/22)
  • NATRC National Convention & 60th Anniversary Celebration
    • (02/25/22 – 02/27/22)
  • Region 5 Mini Convention @ Tryon Equestrian Center
    • More information to come
    • (03/04/22 – 03/06/22)
  • Spring into NATRC Leisure Ride – More information to come
    • (03/12/22 – 03/13/22)
  • Region 5 Benefit Ride CTR – More information to come
    • (03/26/22 – 03/27/22)
  • Spring in Dixie CTR 2022 – More information to come
    • (4/09/22 – 4/10/22)
  • H Cooper Black Ride in the Pines CTR – More information to come
    • (04/23/22 – 04/24/22)
  • Ride the Edge CTR 2022 – More information to come
    • (05/07/22 – 05/08/22)
  • Tennessee Trail Scamper CTR – More information to come
    • (05/21/22 – 05/22/22)
  • Garrie Bates Memorial CTR – More information to come
    • (06/18/22 – 06/19/22)
  • Welcome to the NATRC Family Clinic and Leisure Ride
    • More information to come
    • (09/10/22 – 09/11/22)
  • French Broad Classic CTR – More information to come
    • (10/08/22 – 10/09/22)
  • Southern Trails CTR – More information to come
    • (10/22/22 – 10/23/22)
  • Georgia on my Mind CTR – TENTATIVE
    • (11/05/22 – 11/06/22)
  • Christmas in the Pines CTR 2022 (2023 season)
    • (12/03/22 – 12/04/22)

I was talking to a horsey friend of mine and telling her about NATRC and how much I enjoy the rides.  She sounded interested and asked me, “Why do you ride NATRC and not some other discipline?”  The question got me thinking.  The simple answer is I enjoy it.  In reality there is so much more to it than that.

John Stroh

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