TERA and OCER members and other Central Region members are encouraged to bring something of value if they wish to donate to the auction.

Auction proceeds will go to fund the mini-convention/party next year.

Ride Managers often donate ride entries, This should be a good chance to win one (or more) of these or other donated items.

The more tickets you buy the greater the chance of winning!!


OCER Statement of Philosophy:

Guest Speakers include Dr. Bob Rogers and Nationally Recognized  Trainer and Speaker Kathy Moore, a Veterinary Panel, and lots of other surprises.

Raffle Drawings for Ride Entries and other great gifts, an Awards Party for TERA, OCER, and  Regional and National Award winning Horses and Riders

will round out the festivities. Did I mention live music? Yep, a little Classic Folk Rock from Vinita legends  Dan and Joey.

Just $10 ($15 per family) gets you in for the whole party. The Osage Casino is brand spanking new and has a number of different restaurants and clubs on the premises, and downtown Tulsa is just a couple of minutes away with all kinds of food and entertainment for those with family that might not share your passion for endurance riding. Book your room now and we will see you on the evening of the 18th or the morning of the 19th for a weekend of fun!

No other reservations needed. Just book your room and show up with an attitude!



“Not So” Mini Convention"

January 19-20th, 2019

Osage Casino Hotel
951 West 36th Street North, Tulsa OK.

Book your room now (single king or double queen)
for just $102.00 by calling 1-877-246-8777

"It is the desire of this membership to encourage the education of equine enthusiasts, to promote the preservation and use of trails, and to place the welfare of the horse first and foremost. To this end, Ozark Country Endurance Riders will follow American Endurance Ride Conference rules and guidelines.

To Finish is to Win

Fit to Continue

No Tolerance for Drug Use 

Sportsmanship in Competition

Therefore, Ozark Country Endurance Rider’s sanctioned rides will reflect the above philosophy both in management and participation while members will do so by their conduct"