August 2009


party2There is Birthday Pony Party scheduled for Sept. 12th at 1:00 lasting until 4:00. The arena will be closed to other riders for the 3 hours of the party.   If you want to ride at this time it would be a great time to use the upper ring or go for a trail ride.  Thanks

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Ladies Night At the barn

 Our next ladies night will be on September 22nd  at 6:30.  This will be for the less experienced riders, they are marked on the sign up sheet with a *.   The second night will be on September 29 at 6:30, this one will be for all the other riders that have signed up. Cost is $15.00.

Bring your refreshment of choice and I will have snacks on hand for our after riding get- together. Look for an evening of relaxed learning, in a noncompetitive low stress setting.    

                           camp09                                                                                                                                                        We are planning a mini camp for the MEA break Oct. 15th and 16th. Watch for more info to follow.  Contact Teresa if you are interested as I think this will fill up fast.

We had a great turn-out for the show, Grandma’s and Grandpas’s, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles all had a chance to watch their riders zooming (or putting as the case may be) around  poles, barrels, following directions in the comand class and dressing up in the costume class.  Many stayed after the show for a pot luck dinner and had a chance to meet the other riders and parents.  Jen and Katie Krepp did a wonderful job getting all the riders ready and mounted keeping the show moving and running smoothly.

art5Look for the sign up sheet at the barn for the classes you would like to enter. The classes are:

Barrels, Poles, Command Class, Egg & Spoon, Musical Stalls and Costume Class.  All classes are split walk/trot or walk/trot or walk/trot/canter. We will be awarding ribbons for all the classes with a trophy as well for the Costume Class.  Please sign up and leave a check in the pay box.

Class costs are:  $4 per class with your own horse, $7 per class with a school horse.   

We are having a potluck lunch during the show, the sign up sheet for what you would like to bring is on the board in the lounge as well.

katieOur very own Katie Krepp has been on a roll with lots of blue ribbons at her WSCA horse shows this summer. She and Pooh have brought home many high point trophys as well as a lot of wonderful memories.        Congratulations!!!

Adam Weishair put in a commanding performance at the fair this year.  Along with having a lot of fun he won a trip to the State Horse Show.  In the Halter and Trail classes he placed 2nd, while in the Pleasure and Equitation classes he took home all Firsts, both in English and Western.  Congratulations!!!

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