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National Pony Express Reride Across Nebraska

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Event# 308-537-3505

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Riders will gallop across the state carrying personal mail and commemorative letters. Watch the riders exchange the mochila on the 96 Ranch, 2 mi S. of I-80 Exit 211, then 1 1/2 mi E.

The Pony Express began operation on April 3, 1860. The National Pony Express Association conducts a Re-Ride of the Pony Express every year, carrying mail in a mochila across the 8 states that now comprise the National Pony Express Historic Trail. This Re-Ride is undertaken in 10 days and runs 24/7, just like in 1860.

National Pony Express Reride Across Nebraska

Address : Along Pony Express Trail Gothenburg NE
Phone : 308-537-3505   (Always call and confirm events.)

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