Annual Ben Johnson Days Poker Ride/Walk

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Event# 480-650-7586

Event Details

The Ben Johnson Days' fun continues Sunday with the Poker Ride/Walk. Participants can ride the trail on a horse in the beautiful Goldfield Mountains or walk around Goldfield Ghost Town to collect five cards. Prizes awarded for the top three poker hands and low hand. Prize for the highest poker hand is a saddle. Registration begins at 7:30am and ends at 11am. First ride out 8am, last ride out 11am with rides leaving every half-hour. For those who would like to ride and are horseless, mounts can be arranged. Three horse trailer raffle drawn 4pm.

Annual Ben Johnson Days Poker Ride/Walk

Address : Goldfield Ghost Town, 4650 N. Mammoth Mine Road Apache Junction AZ
Phone : 480-650-7586   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $25 Entry (includes lunch)

Additional Notes : 4.5 miles North of Apache Junction on SR 88


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