Witnessing the Pony Express Re-ride, June 2023

FROM: Gwyneth Bowen
August 13th, 2023 PDT

On June 13th myself and 3 others visited the Pony Express Barn and Museum in Marysville, Kansas.  We had a great time and thanks to that visit, my best friend John (from Glasgow, Scotland) and I were inspired to check out the re-ride. I called the Museum a few weeks later to get some information and mentioned I was writing an article about the experience and did. It may be of interest to you as well. So thankful we were inspired to check the Re-ride out! Pony Express 6.23 Story–Read, Continue Reading

Pictures from Marysville

FROM: Arleta Martin
June 17th, 2023 PDT

Riders being sworn in at Marysville, KS.


Rick Pralle leaving the Hollenberg Station at Hanover, Kansas

FROM: Ellen Pralle
June 17th, 2022 PDT

Rick Pralle leaving the Hollenberg Station at Hanover, Kansas. Click above heading to advance to   Download Video

Marysville, KS Station Report

FROM: Kathy Klover
June 7th, 2022 PDT

Had good weather, good rides and good people!!!  And it was topped off with a good breakfast!!!!   Thank you! — — Kathy Klover


Thank You

FROM: Lyle Ladner, Kansas State President
June 27th, 2021 PDT

Thank You to all the riders, family and friends that made the 2021 Re-Ride a success, The mochila holding two years of letters having bigger pockets and being heavier was a challenge for all. Thank You to all I hope you had a safe and enjoyable ride.

West of Seneca (1 video)

FROM: Susan Lousberg
June 26th, 2021 PDT

  Video  West of Seneca on Saturday morning.

West of Seneca (2 pictures)

FROM: Susan Lousberg
June 26th, 2021 PDT

Saturday morning west of Seneca. Kay Laird Timmons from Granbury, Tx on Saturday morning.From Susan Lousberg Joyce Holt from Lucas, Tx, west of Seneca on Saturday morning.From Susan Lousberg

Dark and rainy! (3 pictures)

FROM: Keith Klover
June 26th, 2021 PDT

From Keith Klover, KansasDark & Rainy in Marysville 2 From Keith Klover, KansasDark & Rainy in Marysville From Keith Klover, KansasMarysville Hard to get good pictures on a night like this. Suzanne left Marysville in a downpour. Glad she had a raincoat! The rain eased up as the ride went on.


Doug Berkley’s leg of Kansas trail

FROM: Susan Lousberg
June 13th, 2019 PDT


Three Generations of Re-Riders in Nebraska

FROM: Debra S. Hill
June 12th, 2019 PDT

These were taken between The KS-NE state line and Rock Creek Station, Southwest of Fairbury NE.  Here are some pictures from the ride on Tuesday, June 11th.  These were taken by my daughter-in-law Mandi Hill.  They are: my son Richie Hill when he picks up the mochila from the Kansas riders.   Then, my grandson Blake’s first solo ride and finally grandma rides….that’s me, Debra S. Hill.