Hello barrel racer land! I hope everyone survived the holidays and your livers are recovering from self medicationg after dealing with family. Oh wait...is that just me? If you don't know what I mean then you are probably the reason someone else was drinking. That's my public service announcement for today...you're welcome.
I have already had a lot of requests for entries and stalls. Here is the plan for 2023...We are limiting entries and adding $20,000 a day to all three days. We will open entries on www.saddlebook.com on May 6th. The entry fee will include 3 days open entries, one stall with mats and your office fee. You will be required to pay a non refundable deposit to reserve your entry. The balance will be due in August. If you do not pay the balance in August your spot and stall will be released. We will take the first 650 that pay their deposit. You can add on a tack stall and also the youth, senior and average. We will take emails in July asking everyone who they would like to stall with.
Some of you will complain because that is just what you do. Please do the complaining to your significant other and not me. They signed up for that and I did not. Believe me, the Well Bred Halter Horse suffers through this and all of yours should have to feel his pain.
Good morning everyone..for all of you over achievers that like to plan your lives way in advance I have the room discount link for 2023...
We will be doing entries a little different next year so I will post an update on January 15th with the details.
The race goes on all weekend, and again next year if you missed it!
Brown Ohana Photography is the official still photographer.
For all events in the main arena Lexi Smith Media is the official videographer.
In 2017, we applied for our own 501c.3 and have been approved. We have been able to help 12 other families with financial assistance while their children are hospitalized or in need of surgery.
It is our mission to continue to help other families with medical and travel expenses. We would also like to assist with medical equipment such as wheelchairs and gait trainers along with everyday expenses such as meals and utility bills. We will be visiting a local NICU in October of 2019 to write 35, $1000 checks to families with children that are struggling.