Sunday, September 27, 2015

September: It Was Worth it

It was brutal, but it was worth it. In addition to everything else we always do, we conducted an Introduction to Trail Riding class while simultaneously doing an Introduction To Natural Horsemanship Class.

After a short break we then had a round pen demonstration and as night fell we did a living history program over in the settler's farm. There were multiple newspaper stories and announcements about the events.

As a result of this frantic schedule and the great instruction that Lloyd, Lydia and Abigail provided we have about six or seven new riders.

And each of those new riders makes it a bit more likely that we will be able to help prevent the extinction of the Corollas, Shacklefords, Choctaws, Marsh Tackys, Galicenos, Baccas, and maybe even the Grand Canyons.

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