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The 2024 Endurance Riding National Championships are coming to Oregon

The 2024 AERC National Championships are set to take place August 15th to the 17th at the Outback Station near La Pine, Oregon (Photo Courtesy – AERC)

Bend, Ore. – According to information provided by the organization, the 2024 American Endurance Ride Conference’s (AERC) National Championship will be hosted in Central Oregon in August.

“Endurance riding enthusiasts from across the United States will gather in Central Oregon for what promises to be one of the most exciting events of the summer,” said Tiffany Paulin, an official for the AERC’s event.

“The National Championship rotates annually to different locations, allowing riders to experience diverse trails and landscapes while showcasing the best of the endurance riding experience. This is the first time this event has been held in Oregon.”

“We are proud to bring this ride to Central Oregon, offering riders the opportunity to explore our region’s breathtaking trails and world-class amenities,” said Ride Manager Darlene Merlich.

“With our dedicated team of top-notch volunteers and veterinarians, we aim to deliver a truly unforgettable experience.”

This is the first time the national championship event is being held in Oregon. The AERC says the ride camp will be extremely active, welcoming riders, crews, volunteers, veterinarians, and more.

“Central Oregon has a large and thriving endurance riding community,” said Paulin to Equestrian Media Group on Tuesday.

“Endurance riding is a thrilling equestrian sport that combines athleticism, strategy, and a deep bond between rider and horse.”

Visitors will also find a number of supporting vendors showcasing as well.

The event is being held August 15th through the 17th at the Outback Station, located near La Pine, Oregon.

For more information, you can visit the event’s website at

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