Participants met and registered with their horses at the base camp at the Plum Creek Recreation area at Lake Meredith.
Each participant was given a score card which they filled in as they progressed along the route.
The event ended with live music at the base camp, a chuck wagon lunch, a silent auction, along with awarding prizes.
Yellow City Community Outreach president Kit Rudd said that they just wanted to do what they can to help a community to get back on their feet.
The benefit raised around 1,500 dollars and will be used to go towards a tiny home that will bring one person off the streets.
YCCO has received a lot of support and donations from the people of Amarillo and is asking everyone to do their part to decrease homelessness within the community.