The Sun Country Trail Blazers is a not-for-profit horse and trail riding assocation located in the Ocala, Florida, area. This club is a family-oriented, all-breed group dedicated to the preservation and expansion of trail riding in Florida.
Founded in 1984, Sun Country Trailblazers has members from ages 8 to 90. Come join us for some fun rides!
To join us, check out our Calendar of Events, meet some of our members, and decide if our club is for you. Then fill out the Membership Application and mail it to our Secretary. Membership Dues yearly are $25 a couple or family (mother, father and children under 18) or $15 single (18 years or older.)
Trail Boss- Dick Stockmaster
Trail Coordinator- Nancy Maleske
|Secretary / Treasurer||Kitty Koszuta|
|Greenways Coordinator||Nancy Alford|
|Social Director||Teresa Crowell|
|Website Creator and Designer||Pat Davis|
|Website Director||Dawn Martinez|
How to Join
Check out our Calendar of Events, meet some of our members, and decide if our club is for you. Then fill out the Membership Application and mail to Catherine Koszuta at the address below.
In addition to our scheduled rides, most every Wednesday and Sunday a few of the club members get together for rides at various trail heads. The rides are planned a few days in advance. These are quiet relaxing rides. All well behaved horse and riders are welcome. If interested please call Iris at 352-362-9527 or Teresa at 352-861-4227.
Membership Dues and Renewal Information
Annual Dues for 2013-2014 are due in April.
Membership Dues yearly are $25 a couple or family (mother, father and children under 18) $15 single (18 years or older.)
The Sun Country Trail Blazers ride a wide variety of trailheads including the Greenway
Trailheads and many other surrounding areas.
***new just recently added Directions to
Sunny Hill Restoration Area and Watermelon Pond***
Proper trail etiquette really is always appreciated.
All horses should have an id tag with your last name and cell phone number. You could use a regular id dog tag on the bridle, or halter bridle. I use a mare collar, like a dog collar, has a small brass plate with my last name and cell #. They make these collars at the Tack Shack.
IF your horse ever gets loose, call:
Doug Shearer- (352) 816-2353
Greenway Equestrians- Greenway Office- (353) 236-7143
and of course, 911
Sun Country Trail Blazers
Iris Diaz, President