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How to add more than 1 participant

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You can add clothing with your registration!
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CLOTHING UPDATE!

Gray for the sweatshirt/t-shirts
Small wagon train logo on the left upper chest
Larger new logo on the back (probably in black but could be in navy)
Also we will probably have caps with denim in them this year!
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Wagon Train Registration

In consideration of the opportunity to join the Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train, I expressly agree on behalf of myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns that the Pendleton Round-Up Association, their Board of Directors, stockholders, the Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train, their committee under the Director, shall not be liable under any circumstances whatsoever, whether or not negligence is involved, for either my death, personal injury, or loss or damage to my property occurring while traveling to, from or during the Wagon Train, or in any other places in connection with such a trip.

I hereby certify that I am physically and mentally capable to perform all of the physical requirements specified and that I have no physical limitations or impairments that would endanger me or others. I acknowledge that despite this certification, Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train Committee may, in their sole discretion, refuse me participation in any part of said trip if any such personnel deem me physically or mentally incapable of performing any of the requirements.


What is included with your fees:

Dinner Monday thru breakfast Saturday, hay and water (water is likely from a pond or stream) for your animals, and beverages. Porta-Potties will be on site and garbage bags will be provided.

Showers available for an additional fee paid directly to the supplier on site, bring CASH.

First Name
PERSON COMPLETING SUBMISSION
Last Name
Email Address

Participant Information (1 person per submission!)

First Name
Last Name
Address Line 1
Address Line 2
City
Postal Code
Phone Number
Mobile Numbers best
Limited Dietary Restrictions *DF/GF May be available. We will do our best to accommodate.
Please use own judgement and caution!
By checking this box, I AGREE.
If under 18 years old, my legal guardian is completing and consenting to agreements on this page.
Name of legal guardian if under 18. ***N/A if not.

PRE-ORDER CLOTHING-See description above!

CAP
One size, style.
Jan 19 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$16.00
QTY 

YOUTH CLOTHING

Youth T-Shirt (short sleeve only)
Unisex Size
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$15.00
QTY 
Select Size


Youth Hoodie Sweatshirt
Unisex Size
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$28.00
QTY 
Select Size


ADULT CLOTHING OPTIONS

All clothing must be pre-ordered by June 4!
Hoodie Sweatshirt S-3XL (w/ kangaroo pockets)
Unisex Sizing.
Small through 3XL.
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
$34.00
QTY 
Select Size





Hoodie Sweatshirt S-3XL with zipper & kangaroo pockets
Unisex sizes.
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
$37.00
QTY 
Select Size





¼ Zip Sweatshirt S-3XL
Unisex sizes.
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$38.00
QTY 
Select Size





Regular Sweatshirt (crew neck) S-3XL
Unisex Sizes
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$25.00
QTY 
Select Size





Short Sleeve T-Shirt
Unisex Sizes
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$18.00
QTY 
Select Size





Long-Sleeve T-Shirt
Unisex Sizes.
Jan 22 - June 04, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$21.00
QTY 
Select Sizing





Participant Early-Bird Special Pricing

Participant
At least one product is required.
Early Bird- Teamster
Teamster is the Wagon leader of said wagon. This is for 1 person leading the wagon only.
Jan 19 - Apr 30, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$230.00
Early Bird- Assistant/Swamper
This is the 1 person to help the Wagon leader "Teamster".
Jan 19 - Apr 30, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$230.00
Early Bird- Adult Horseback Rider (17+)
For all participants riding horseback, over 17 years old.
Jan 19 - Apr 30, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$470.00
Early Bird- Youth (16 & Under)
Participants riding Horseback 16 years old or under.
Jan 19 - Apr 30, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$360.00

Passenger/Tourist Payments

Please check out our passenger page HERE for more information!
Passenger on Wagon; limited space available!
Wagon Passenger
For our guests needing full accommodations and riding on a wagon.
Jan 22 - June 03, 2018
7:00 AM - 11:55 PM
$2,000.00

CONFIRMATION

You will get an automated confirmation email once you have fully registered and completed the purchase(s).

If you do not get one, please ensure you have all the information correct and you have paid.


Each registering person should only complete this ONE TIME per person. Do not put more than one person on this form!

Rules & Guidelines

Participation:

1.The Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train is open to all interested in participating and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, ethnicity, religion, nation of origin, etc.

2.All reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate those with disabilities.

3.Only Pendleton Round-Up Association, reigning royalty, invited guests, accompanied members of the press, volunteers, staff, paid participants and hired personnel shall be allowed.

4.Paid categories of participation are: 1) Teamster (Lead), 2) Assistant/Swamper 3) Horseback Adult Trail Rider and 4) Horseback Youth Trail Rider.

5.The Pendleton Round-Up shall establish a fee schedule for participation in the Wagon Train.

6.The fee for a Teamster does NOT include a Assistant/Swamper. Each are individual costs for 2018.

7.Teamsters shall be responsible for providing their own team, wagon, equipment and harness.

8.Trail riders shall be responsible for providing their own mount, equipment and tack.

9.At the discretion of the Wagon Train Committee, it can establish special rates for families or Organizations.

10. Participants shall be responsible for providing their own sleeping arrangements.

11. Participants shall to responsible for providing their own transportation to and from the trailhead/base camp.

12. All participant fees must be paid in full in advance of the participation in Wagon Train related activities.

13. Participants shall provide documentation that all fees have been paid.

14. Participants shall sign a waiver holding the Pendleton Round-Up Association harmless in the event of accident or illness.

15. Children under the age of sixteen are highly encouraged and it is recommended to wear special safety equipment, including approved helmets.

16. Participants shall notify the Wagon Train Committee of any special medical needs, allergies or special dietary conditions at the time of registration.

17. Participants agree that their image may be used in promotion materials associated with the Wagon Train.

Livestock:

  • The Wagon Master, or delegated committee members, shall examine all livestock participating in the Wagon Train to determine if draft horses, riding horses, mules and oxen participating in the Wagon Train are healthy, sound and fit.
  • Any animals failing to pass the Wagon Master’s examination shall be banned from participating in the Wagon Train.
  • Upon request out of state participants will provide health certificates required by federal, state and Wagon Train officials. Failure to provide valid required health certificates will automatically disqualify owner from participating in the Wagon Train.
  • No stud horses will be allowed.
  • It is recommended that all animals participating in the Wagon Train are freshly shod.
  • A list of local farrier and veterinarians will be made available.
  • All farrier and/or veterinarian bills incurred in association with participation with the Wagon Train shall be entirely the responsibility of the owner.
  • The Wagon Master and designated committee members will conduct a practical test of all teamsters and teams that they are not familiar with to ensure that the teamster has the skills and experience to safely drive their team and that the team is sufficiently trained and mannered so as not to pose a hazard to themselves or others.
  • All teamsters will be sixteen years of age or older.
  • If the Wagon Master determines that an animal has become sick or lame during the trip, they may direct the teamster to withdraw.
  • No stud horses or dogs will be allowed as part of the Wagon Train.
  • Any foals will be halter broke and led at all times.
  • If an animal dies or has to be humanely put down, the owner shall be responsible for any costs associated with the disposal of said animal.
  • The Wagon Train will provide USFS approved forage for all participating livestock Monday night thru Saturday morning. Hay provided by the participants must be comply with the Forest Service requirement of “weed free” status.
  • Participants are responsible for providing their own grain and supplements.
  • Wagon Train will provide adequate stock water; which will come from ponds or creeks. We do not have enough potable water to use for stock.
  • Participants will be responsible for providing their own water buckets or troughs.
  • All livestock will be safely tied, penned or picketed in designated areas at all times when not on the trail. Tree savers need to be used instead of tying directly to trees.
  • All livestock will be treated in a safe and humane manner.
  • Excessive use of a whip or prod can lead to dismissal of the perpetrator.
  • Electric prods will not be allowed.

Equipment:

  • All wagons, harness and tack will be in a safe and serviceable condition.
  • The Wagon Master or designated lieutenants will inspect all wagons, harness and tack that they are not familiar with before allowing its participation.
  • No pneumatic tires will be allowed.
  • If the Wagon Master determines that a wagon, harness or tack are not safe, they can deny participation in the Wagon Train.
  • If any repairs are required, the Wagon Master will re-inspected the repair to insure it is safe.
  • To the extent possible, the Wagon Train Committee will have equipment, materials, supplies and craftspeople available to assist with repairs.
  • All wagons will be equipped with working brakes.
  • No bikes are allowed onsite.

The Pendleton Round-Up Association has adopted the following rules for Wagon Train participants to protect the health and safety of participants and livestock; to safeguard Association equipment used by the Wagon Train; to ensure the enjoyment of all participants; to further the Association’s mission of perpetuating western history, skills and values; to protect fiduciary responsibilities of the Association and to uphold the good name and reputation of the Pendleton Round-Up. Agreeing to abide by the following rules is a condition for participation with the Pendleton Round-Up Association Wagon Train. Failure to follow the rules may result in your dismissal, without refund, from the Wagon Train.

Rules of Behavior:

  • There will be no consumption of alcoholic beverages on the trail by Wagon Train participants.
  • Failure to adhere to this rule will result in immediate dismissal from the Wagon Train and forfeiture of all fees.
  • There will be no consumption or possession of marijuana or illegal drugs on the premises of the Wagon Train or at any of its activities.
  • Participants will not take any prescription drugs which impairs their motor skills and/or judgement posing a risk to others and the livestock associated with the Wagon Train.
  • Participants will only smoke in designated areas at designated times and be respectful of those around them.
  • Participants will follow all directions and orders issued by the Wagon Master when on the trail.
  • Failure to follow the orders of the Wagon Master can result in immediate dismissal from the Wagon Train, including forfeiting fees.
  • Participants will follow all directions and orders issued by the Camp Master when in camp.
  • Failure to follow the orders of the Camp Master can result in immediate dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • Participants will treat fellow participants, Wagon Train volunteers, staff and paid help with civility and courtesy.
  • Abusive or threatening behavior by participants will not be tolerated and can lead to dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • Profane, intemperate, racist, off color or blasphemous language will not be tolerated.
  • Continued use of such language when directed to stop by appropriate authorities can result in dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • Sexually inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • Fighting can lead to dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • Participants will not be in possession of firearms at any time.
  • Participants will exercise safe control of their livestock and will take no actions to endanger their animals, other participants or their livestock.
  • Animal abuse of any kind will not be tolerated.
  • Abuse of an animal will result in immediate dismissal from the Wagon Train and may result in criminal proceedings.
  • Participants will not engage in any activities which create a fire hazard including the possession or use of fireworks.
  • Parents or legal guardians will insure that minors properly wear any required safety equipment when on the trail.
  • Parents or legal guardians shall be responsible for the behavior, including following safety guidelines, on the trail and in camp.
  • Participants will not operate drones, aerial or robotic vehicles while part of the Wagon Train.
  • Participants will use designated restroom facilities when available.
  • Participants will refrain from loud activities after “lights out” to allow other participants to sleep.
  • Participants will keep a neat and tidy camp and dispose of trash in receptacles provided by the Wagon Train.
  • Participants will not litter along the Wagon Train trails, and will retain and dispose of trash at the base camp.
  • Participants will not damage any public or private property including fences.
  • Participants will protect designated sensitive areas and cross streams only at designated areas.
  • Participants will not interfere with or harass grazing livestock.
  • Participants will not interfere with or harass wildlife.
  • Participants will obey all orders of the Wagon Master when on the trail; failure to do so will result in dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • Participants will obey all orders of the Camp Master when in camp; failure to do so will result in dismissal from the Wagon Train.
  • No: Stud horses, bikes, or firearms.

By agreeing and submitting to this online registration form acting as a signature page, I agree to adhere to the Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train Rules and Guidelines.

I have read and understand them in their entirety and I wish to participate in the Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train event.

MUST READ: Rules & Guidelines
 

In consideration of the opportunity to join the Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train, I expressly agree on behalf of myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns that the Pendleton Round-Up Association, their Board of Directors, stockholders, the Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train, their committee under the Director, shall not be liable under any circumstances whatsoever, whether or not negligence is involved, for either my death, personal injury, or loss or damage to my property occurring while traveling to, from or during the Wagon Train, or in any other places in connection with such a trip.

I hereby certify that I am physically and mentally capable to perform all of the physical requirements specified and that I have no physical limitations or impairments that would endanger me or others. I acknowledge that despite this certification, Pendleton Round-Up Wagon Train Committee may, in their sole discretion, refuse me participation in any part of said trip if any such personnel deem me physically or mentally incapable of performing any of the requirements.

THIS IS AN EQUINE ACTIVITY. All activities on these grounds (Wagon Train) are subject to the Equine Inherent Risk Law. Oregon ORS 30.687-30.697. By your presence on these grounds you have indicated that you have accepted the limits of liability resulting from inherent risks of equine activities. THIS IS NOT A SPECTATOR AREA. All persons in this area will be regarded as participants and limited by the INHERENT RISK LAW. This law is strongly supported by American Horse Council. WARNING: UNDER OREGON LAW, NO PERSON SHALL BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY ANOTHER AS A RESULT OF RISKS INHERENT IN EQUINE ACTIVITY, IN SO FAR AS THOSE RISKS ARE, OR SHOULD BE, REASONABLY OBVIOUS, EXPECTED OR NECESSARY TO THE PERSON INJURED. ORS s 30.687 (1993)

By agreeing and accepting this “Registration & Waiver” I agree and understand 1-the rules and guidelines accompanying this registration, 2-to have my photo, video, or other media outlets used and taken with the possibility that all may be used for marketing purposes, advertising and/or on social media, and 3-I understand and will adhere to all State and/or Federal regulations in hauling livestock (horses) across state lines.

Wagon Train Waiver
By submitting you agree to abide by all conditions  

You will get an automated confirmation email once you have registered and completed your purchase on the next page.

If you do not get one, you are NOT registered!

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