I love Horse & Pony News since I learn about events and news that I couldn’t get any other place, which is why I support the newspaper by renewing my subscription every year. One example of this is on page 4 of the December 2016 issue (which can be read online at http://www.horseandponynews.com/onlinepaper/Default.html), about the Office… Continue reading Florida Greenways and Trails System needs 2017 feedback
Doesn’t it seem like the show schedules diminish each year? When I was a teenager there were horse shows every day of the fair with all different breeds–draft, POAs, Pasos, Tennessee Walkers, mules, Quarter Horses, Arabians, and more. There were driving classes, hunter/jumper classes, and all kinds of Western classes. Sigh….
Five members had a lovely day to try the new trail at the Marshall Hampton Reserve on December 3, 2016. While not technically open yet, we were able to ride to the concrete bridge that leads to Lake Hancock. The new trail, while only one-way, adds an extra hour’s worth of trail to the Reserve… Continue reading Marshall Hampton Reserve Club Ride
This is a fine-looking group of people, eh? Back row: Charlie & Judy Cloninger, Sammie & Karen Turbeville, Ellie Crowder, Donna Fellers, Harold Williams, Paul Fellers, Danet delCastill0, Susie Jacobs, Jerre & Nina Wilson, Marty Losey, 2 guests, Susan Mayrant, Denis Charron, Richard Jones, guest. Front row:Mary Futch, Marsha, Janet Schneider, Barbara Lassiter, Melody Cazort,… Continue reading And one more Christmas party picture
We had a wonderful time at our Christmas party last night, which was graciously hosted by Mike and Barbara Charron. There was more food than was good for us to eat; many members, coordinated by Donna Fellers, brought gifts from which we all could pick. We welcomed Kay and Marty Losey, whom we haven’t seen… Continue reading Christmas Party!
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