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- Will being doing barrels poles and a 3 rd event to be announced registration at 11 start at 12
Join the Pierce County and Nisqually chapters of Back Country Horsemen for our New Years Day Ride! Park under the powerlines just a bit pass the park entrance. First rider our at 10am, potluck at 1:30, bring a side dish and join the fun!
Let the men watch football while we ride Fants Grove. First ride of the New Year !! Negative Coggins on you or your horse required. Meet in parking lot across from Garrison Arena and ride out at 11:00am. Bring snack or lunch.
Come joing the 40 something cowgirls as we ring in the new year with a traid ride at McIver State Park, weather permitting .
Come start the New Year right. This is a 1st for the 40SC to ride at but several members have be before. Super excited. Free to Ride
Arrive around 11:00, when were all bundled up and ready to ride we’ll leave.
After the ride we’ll have Hot soup and Hot Chocolate with a little something added. Your welcome to bring something if you want.
You are welcome to come even if you don’t bring a horse, we’ll eat around 1:00, and enjoy the New Year, maybe make a few plans for the New Year. It’s going to be a awesome year.
If the weather is BAD, I mean Ice or snow, leave the pony’s at home. I will ride in the rain and cold but I don’t want you to haul in if the driving conditions are bad.
Merry Christmas, and here is to a great New Year.
- Join in for the fun with us. Join us at noon for lunch and a late Christmas gift exchange ($20. Max gift topper) for those wishing to participate.
- The Shiloh Trail riders will be providing the main dish and soda for lunch , please bring some sort of side dish to share.
- Trailride will leave from the firehouse right after lunch.
Get tickets from Eventbrite or call 770-975-0055 to register.
Happy New Year! Guests will learn and practice plant ID skills on this ranger-lead hike along the Sweetgum Trail. We will discuss traditional uses of trees, shrubs, and plants, as well as how to identify them. Meet at the Visitor Center for this fun start of the new year. This outing is part of the national “First Day Hikes” movement (started by America’s State Parks) to get people in nature on New Year’s Day.
Inclement weather may cancel the event. All vehicles require a $5 parkpass
OBSTACLES AND FUN
NEW YEARS DAY MEAL
BLACK EYE PEAS
CORNBREAD AND MORE
Join us for our first ride of the Year on New Years Day. We will ride out at 2pm and then have snacks and drinks. If you are on the fence about joining NOW IS THE TIME. See you in the saddle at 2.
Our 2012 stock show brought 356 4-H and FFA families from Odessa, Midland and across West Texas. These families represented 114 chapters and showed 670 animals. There were Hereford heifers and steers, fine wool lambs, and market goats. The SandHills Steer Show is the only Junior Livestock Show in the state of Texas which is exclusively Hereford cattle. Likewise, our Lamb Show is unique in that we show only Fine Wool Lambs. Because of this, the quality of the steers and lambs shown in Odessa rivals any show in the state. In addition to the prizes and premiums awarded in our shows and our sale, participating students also compete for scholarships.
The PRCA Rodeo begins at 7:30 each night.
Watch our Facebook to see what day we will attend as a chapter.
GO TO www.sandhillsssr.com for tickets and information
January Roundup – Let’s get the new year started
Join rangers for a special two-mile hike passing through tallgrass battlefields, free-flowing streams, and majestic woodland forests. Learn the park history while you hike and take in all the beauty nature has to offer. Snow is not guaranteed
Meet in the day ride parking lot at Whetstone Horse Camp 11:00am. Beautiful area with great trails. Ride the Chatooga River. Negative coggins required on your person or horse please.
Just a get together to have some great conversation and tell the tells from our holiday fun and look to the rest of the year. Come enjoy some dinner or dessert at the IHOP located at the TA truck stop , Jackson/Barneville Exit – right off Interstate 75. Bring an other lady horsaholic with you to join or just join the fellowship.
Monthly trail ride, weather permitting. 9 mile loop in 2 hours. As weather permits and ground conditions improve, a 16 mile option will be available.
Trailer parking behind the Benbrook Stables. turn on Stevens Road to access (right off 377-Dutch Branch Park entrance) then left on Lake Shore.
Lunch after at 3 Parrots. Dutch treat.
Come join us for a beautiful ride of FDR State Park. We have reached out to our special guide & they have agreed to guide us on an awesome adventure. $7.00 Day Ride fee & $5.00 State Park Pass.
Join some of your fellow cowgirls for a riding lesson or two or 5 🙂 More dates to follow!
Attend one lesson or several. No cost to audit and watch fellow cowgirls learn!
Helmets required for all riders. Leg boots recommended for horses.
Dutch treat lunch and meeting.
Brothers Smokehouse Graham Tx
come join us for a meal and fun
Let’s bring in the New Year with more trails to blaze and activities for every member to enjoy! This will be a great time for us to visit about the events our members would like to see on the calendar for 2020. Bring a friend if you like:) Looking forward to seeing all our current members and potential members. We plan to have all our 2020 roundups on the first Tuesday of each month @ 6:30pm. We will rotate the locations for meetings.
Send agenda items to Erika 🙂
First meeting of 2020, Wednesday January 8th.
95 Stillwell Road, Bluffton
Pot Luck Dinner 6:30 to 7:15
Come join us for our 1st Monthly Meet and Greet of the year! We have cowgirls from all over the US starting this first meetings of the year on this date. We will begin at 6pm with some chitter chatter cause honestly we won’t have seen each other since the day before…lol…..Beginning at 6:30 we will start our meeting off with some fun filled events to start getting our year off. Bring your friends and come check us out…we are the “funn-est bunch of horsewomen on the planet”