Interested in horseback riding with your organization’s next event? All Around Trail Horses is happy to accommodate all of your special events! From team building exercises to simply a fun day out in the desert, our horses are ready for you!
All Around Trail Horses is happy to lease it’s horses to organizations and companies
If you are an individual please check out our Rides & Lessons page.
Organizations we provide horses for:
The mission of the Scottsdale Charros is to promote the City of Scottsdale and its community through sports and cultural activities. As philanthropic ambassadors its membership is focused on providing support and funding for youth, education and local charities. Building on heritage and camaraderie the Charros remain committed to bringing leadership, vision and action to benefit Scottsdale and its citizens.
Formed in 1961, The Scottsdale Charros are an all-volunteer, nonprofit group of business and civic leaders that help build our community by supporting youth sports, education and charitable causes. From the very beginning, the Charros—by their very name—meaning gentlemen riders, embodies the Scottsdale’s 1947 slogan, “The West’s Most Western Town.”
With 67 Years of Consecutive Ride History, the Desert Caballeros Ride is the last point-to-point ride of its nature in the country. Five days of riding incredible mountain and desert trails with breathtaking vistas. An experience that boasts camaraderie and lifelong friendships beyond compare.
Los Charros del Desierto
White mountain Ride
Chuck wagon ride (New Mexico)
The first ride was held in 1957 in the Lincoln National Forest west of Roswell by a group of men from southeastern New Mexico. The principal organizer was Homer Glover for whom the organization’s most prestigious award is named. Homer loved horses, his fellow man and the beauty and peace of the mountains of his native state.
All provisions and gear were carried on the saddle or a Welsh pony packhorse named Shorty that stayed with the ride without a lead rope. Camp was moved every night and each rider was responsible for his own food, shelter, horse feed and care. Due to the many hardships and discomforts of the first ride only the boldest and strongest were to participate in future rides. Homer Glover was determined to make this trail ride succeed and the strong organization we have today is a testimony to his vision.
Mesquite Trail ride
Mesquite Trail Ride makes a charitable contribution from funds raised during the ride to a local children’s organization of the rancher’s choice. Here at Mesquite Trail Ride we believe that every child can benefit from a helping hand no matter how big or small that hand may be.
Coyote Creek Trail Ride and Fiesta benefit ride for big brother big sister
For the past 18 years Peter and his wife Debbie have hosted the extremely successful Coyote Creek Ride & Fiesta weather was perfect for attendees to take a horse back trail ride, music, food, live and silent auction; all to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson!
Tucson Rodeo & Parade
This colorful, exciting Parade is presented each year and keeps the spirit of the first Parade back in 1925. Now known to be the largest Non-Motorized Parade in the country, It still achieves its success through the community’s participation and the dedicated work of its members , volunteers and the generosity of the Sponsors.