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Everyone is invited to Red River Mudbog in Texarkana, AR

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HI everyone,

Just wanted to invite everyone to Whitehead's Red River Mudbog in Texarkana, AR. They have over 400 ace's of trails,mud-pits,rocks,log obstacle challenge and a sand bar over looking the Red River. The next event is

Annual Memorial Day Weekend Ride & Pit Races

Saturday - Monday, May 24-26

Gates Open @ 9 AM

So come and have fun. You can go to there website at Whitehead's Red River Mudbog, Inc. for more info let me know if you like there sit. My wife and i work the gate and hope i see everyone there.

HUBBA

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! Thanks for letting us know about this event. Keep us posted on your events and maybe include them here:

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also.

Would be great to see photos of this ride, after...:wink:

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Thanks for the Welcome Ajmboy

I will take some and see if i can post them. They have some photos on the wed-sit when you go to the sit go to photo gallery.

HUBBA

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Thanks ALLYRATT

Hope everyone on this forum can make it some time.

HUBBA

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