TROT News and Updates

Unfortunately, due to the extremely wet fall and winter seasons the rehabilitation work at Brighton Dam is behind schedule and all recreation areas on Triadelphia Reservoir will remain closed for the season. This includes Brighton Dam, Greenbridge, Triadelphia, Pig Tail, and Big Branch recreation areas. Note that the Azalea Garden is also closed this season and that in the coming weeks the sidewalk along Brighton Dam road will also be closed to pedestrian traffic. RecreationRead More
COUNTY COORDINATOR MEETING Saturday, March 16, 2019 10:00am EST Relatively Stable, 4910 Cherry Tree Lane, Sykesville, MD Conference Call (605) 313-4459, Access Code 421873# Online Meeting: https:// join.f reeconfer enc ecal Thinking about becoming a TROT County Coordinator? Already a county coordinator, but don’t know where to start? County to big to take on alone? Pick an area you can Grab a friend and take on the county fun together! We have a hugeRead More
David Beard (PM Session) and Jimmy Wagner (AM Session) will lead this clinic that is aimed at helping you make your horse safer, calmer and more reliable in a variety of unfamiliar situations. This type of experience will benefit any horse and rider, especially on the trails. Gain confidence that you and your horse can handle anything the trails might throw at you. David Beard learned gentle horsemanship from Craig Cameron in Texas. He boughtRead More
By  Barbara Sollner-Webb TROT’s recently formed Events Committee (Corinne Pouliquen, Meggan Whalen, and Carolann Sharpe) organized their first event for TROT members and other riders, an excellent “Trail Rider Safety and First Aid Seminar”. It was Saturday, January 12, in Germantown, and happily Mother Nature held the snow off until several hours after the event, so it could take place. This seminar was extremely informative, well-organized, and professionally run, with a great selection of speakers as well asRead More
TROT in the Monocacy Monocle Monocacy Monocle 2017-08-25Read More
In a new YouTube video posted by the Montgomery County Council, TROT leaders speak on camera about the value and enjoyment of trails (TROT interview section starts at 11:33).Read More