Trails Inc. - Dedicated to equine legislation, the acquisition and preservation
of riding and hiking trails. (E.T.I. is
also referred to as "National" because of it has members in other states too.)
There are many equestrian activities and
involvement opportunities in E.T.I. such as the Trail Riding Awards Program
(T.R.A.P.), yearly horse show conventions and trail trials (National
Convention) and clinics. For more information, visit ETI HOME
supports various equestrian events by the creation of "satellite"
corrals throughout the region. These
corrals host horse shows, trail rides, clinics, trail trials and other
equestrian-related events. To find a
corral near you, visit -ETI HOME Membership is necessary because of E.T.I.'s
liability insurance requirements.
Typically, a person joins one corral and can be associated with other
corrals. Or you can become a
"Member at Large," without any corral affiliation. Further, you can choose not to join any
corral and participate as a non-member.
A $5 insurance fee per event is charged.
Further, a "Waiver and Release" must be completed at every
event. For E.T.I.membership, visit ETI Membership
year, National hosts a horse show "Convention" which is part of its
"High Point" program. The High
Point program allows people to compete for end of year prizes and awards by
participating in High Point shows and earning class points. For complete details about E.T.I.'s High
Point program, visit High Point Program
also has a trail riding program where riders log their hours on the trail and
compete for end of year prizes.
Preserving equestrian trails is crucial and these logs provide valuable
proof of the necessity of maintaining and creating riding trails. For information about the Trail Riders'
Awards Program, visit T.R.A.P.
We are an affiliated corral with
E.T.I. National under the name "E.T.I. Corral 118" because of our
location near the Simi Valley "118" freeway. For membership in our corral, please download MEMBERSHIP_FORM.pdf