After a year of cancelations and delays of everything under the sun, the end of the wait for the Trinity Valley Exposition’s return is fast approaching. A slew of events is kicking off this weekend, with the 2021 edition of the TVE Trail Ride, Oct. 8-10, and the TVE Team Roping event on Sat., Oct 9 at the forefront. The big annual trail ride will take place over the weekend, beginning Friday afternoon in Hardin, as trail riders set up camp. Sign-ups will start at 4 pm, and the camp is located at 1296 CR 2094, Liberty, TX. The cost to ride in this year’s event is $15 for adults, $5 for children ages 7 to 12, while those six and under ride free. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Riders will set out from the campsite at 10 am on Saturday as they make their way to the grounds at the TVE. A raffle and auction will be held at the TVE grounds after the trail ride, and anyone is invited to participate in that event. Paid riders will be treated to a special music performance by Chris Bergeron from 7 pm – 12 am.
On Sunday, the ride will pull out from the TVE at 10 am. There will be food served for the paid riders, while non-paid riders may purchase food on site.
For more information, contact Richard Watson at 936-776-2278 or 936- 402-4921.
For those wanting to check out the team roping competition on Saturday, everything kicks off at 9 am for those wishing to compete, while the event itself will begin at 10 am.
For more information, contact Jacob Carr at 936-334-2545, or check out the TVE website at tvefair.com.