Follow The Ride
The Re-Ride is Coming Soon on June 16th–26th 2021 from California to Missouri!
Members Mount their Horses and Re-Ride History
Follow the Pony Express Re-Ride and the mail as they travel 1,966 miles from Sacramento, CA to St. Joseph, MO. The Pony Riders travel day and night to make the 10 day trip. There is a GPS that is carried in the Mochila, which “pings” every ten minutes, to mark a Pony Rider icon on the map for you to track.
You also can check the National Pony Express phone Hotline at 1-855-809-8589. This Hotline is updated as soon as reports begin coming in from the trail. These reports come from riders, support staff for the riders, Radio Ham Operators and from the interactive map, below.
Stories and status updates are also added to our Reports from the Trail.
Follow “The Pony” in real time on the two maps, below:
1: Map of 50 Most Recent Locations of the Pony Rider
(SPOT Device Map)
[The above map will activate when the Re-Ride begins]
2: Map of the Entire 2021 Re-Ride
(National Park Service [NPS] Map)
The map is best viewed within a full browser window.
Mobile devices — Use Landscape for best results.
Please Click Here to view the full map in a new window.
[The Schedule sites will match the blue pin locations on the map, above.]
Recent Status Updates
SENT: June 14th, 2021 | 8:59pm PST
STATUS: The Re-Ride is Coming Soon on June 16th–26th 2021 from California to Missouri! Stay Tuned for Status updates!
FROM: Melva Sanner-National Pony Express President
SENT: July 14th, 2020 | 8:46pm PST
STATUS: 2020 Re-ride cancelled due to Covid19.
FROM: Cindy KM6BUY
SENT: June 20th, 2019 | 1:06pm PST
STATUS: At 12:50p MDT the rider(s) departed Sunrise (CA).
FROM: CIndy Gansereit, KM6BUY
SENT: June 20th, 2019 | 12:23pm PST
STATUS: At 12:00 pm PDT, the Pony left Willow Creek on schedule.
FROM: Media Team
SENT: June 20th, 2019 | 11:07am PST
STATUS: At 11:00a PDT the mail arrived in Folsom, CA. (Folsom History Museum). The mail is approximately 30 minutes ahead of schedule and 30 miles from Old Sacramento (terminus). Go Pony!