Site Users

This site is not optimized for mobile access.  Would you like to access from a mobile device?
41 Vote
7 Vote

Subscribe for updates




We’re glad you stopped by to visit our website on distance driving. Perhaps you’ve just discovered MDDA and want to learn more about just what we do. Perhaps you’ve come to check the schedule to see when and where competitive drives are being held or check the results of past drives. Or perhaps you are just interested in looking at some photographs of our horses and drivers at the various competitions. Whatever the reason, thanks for browsing and drop us a line if we can answer any questions or be of service to you.

Stored Msgs

Puzzle Fun

Scooter Jigsaw Puzzle Katz and Talon Jigsaw Puzzle Jane and Wes Jigsaw Puzzle Glenn & Junior Jigsaw Puzzle
Join MDDA now!     Check out what drivers like about distance driving (right sidebar)

Future Events

Rock River Charity


Saturday, Aug 17


* multi drivers Rock River
Last First Horse Place19 Miles19 Pts19
Casserly Tim Auran Harley Dvdsn (Arab) 1 15 6.6
Casserly Tim Auran Bachlava (Arab) 1 15 6.6
Mowrer Aaron Arazi (Half Arab) 1 15 6.6

Sunday, Aug 18


* multi drivers Rock River
Last First Horse Place20 Miles20 Pts20
Casserly Tim Auran Harley Dvdsn (Arab) 1 15 6.6
Casserly Tim Auran Bachlava (Arab) 1 15 6.6

Comments by Alice Hubert

This course has always been technically challenging, but it seemed to have additional challenges this time.  In addition to tight turns, steep hills, and trees that seems to jump out and lodge between your cart and wheels, there were washout gullies which twisted horses and wheels.  As you may have heard, Sue Keating and her Belle hit one of those gullies, and ended up off course, with Sue getting thrown out and the cart getting stuck on a tree, which kept the horse and vehicle from falling down the side.  Sue ended up with a broken ankle, but last report was that she was in good spirits.


Aaron and his horse slid down the side of the switchback and got stuck on a tree.  He, the horse and cart were all unscathed, and after unhitching with the help of some riders, and getting the cart back on course, they were able to finish perfectly within their time window.  Lil Kay and I managed to get lost within a half mile of camp, and ended up on a trail intended for riders.  I got her to back through most of it, but then she sat down, and refused to budge.  I unhitched her, turned the cart around, and then she stood up.  I rehitched and went back to the start.  We made it through the technical part, including her first water crossing, but then after a nice stretch of wide trails along a prairie, she refused to go back into the woods.  I tried three times, and decided not to risk her bolting forward and crashing, so I went back to camp on some nice quiet country roads.


 Ruth drove the Casserly rig, and Tim drove Sue’s rig back to her place.  They live fairly close to each other.  Adventures for all. J


Leave a Reply




You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>