Private Horse Trails

You must be a member of the Riding Club of Barrington Hills to ride our bridle paths.    Your current year trail tag must be displayed at all times when riding.

A guest may only ride the trails if accompanied by a Riding Club member.   Any guest on the trail must sign a waiver form prior to riding.   It is the responsibility of the host Riding Club member to insure that the form is filled out and mailed in to the Riding Club.   The waiver can be downloaded here.

 Our trail representatives maintain the trails and serve as ambassadors to those whose properties we ride across. 

For questions about the private horse trails, or to find out how you can permanently deed an easement to the Riding Club, please contact Mary Beth Holsteen ( or 847-658-9859).    Our Club will provide the permanent easement document, and pay for any necessary surveying and recording fees.

Our Trail Representatives

Northeast Sector

(North of Lake Cook, East of Ridge) and (Plum Tree Road, East & West of Ridge)
Jim Voris
Eve Perry

Northwest Sector

(North of Lake Cook, West  of Ridge)
Mary Beth Holsteen
Lorelei Benkendorf

Stephanie Cecola

Southeast Sector

(South of Lake Cook, West of Bateman)
Ross Bogue
Marilyn Heaton
Tina Schifmayer

Benbury Carstensen

Yvette Heintzelman

Karen & Kevin Ward

Southwest Sector

(South of Lake Cook, West of Bateman)
Chuck Prettyman
Dale Gilleland

South Sector

(South of Rt. 62, West of Old Sutton)
Jane Clement
Vicki Kelly
Char Christin

Jeryl Olson
Mark Grzeskiewicz

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