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February Obstacle Course Practice and Tack Donation Drop-off
February 13, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm$20
Come practice your trail course maneuvering skills on the trail course at Rolling M Ranch in Sisters! — WEATHER PERMITTING !!
Training your horse to maneuver through and over various trail course obstacles will also teach him to calmly negotiate many, if not most, natural obstacles found out on the trail. As a bonus you’ll discover your own horsemanship skills will sharpen, which in turn will fine-tune your horse’s response to cues.
Bring your horses and practice your trail course maneuvering skills on the trail course at Rolling M Ranch in Sisters! Have fun while learning how you and your horse work as a team to maneuver through the obstacles – you’ll get to know your strengths and weaknesses.
Tack Donation Drop-off: Accepting donations of new and gently used riding apparel, horse tack and supplies. Anything that cannot be used in our programs is put up for sale at one of our Tack Sales.
Family Fun Event – Bring a chair to sit and watch the fun.
!! Approved helmets encouraged for all riders/handlers, required for riders 17 & under. Safe & appropriate sturdy footwear required for all EVERYONE, riding or not – no flip flops or tennis shoes.!!
WEATHER PERMITTING – Please RSVP to info@MustangsToTheRescue.org so we can notifiy you if we need to cancel because of our weather!!
Cost: Please bring a donation of at least $10 to cover insurance – all proceeds over and above the $10 goes to support our mission thanks to Shari Maguire of Rolling M Ranch. She is donating the use of her property so that all proceeds (after cost of insurance) go to support our mission.
Save time at registration – ask about how you can sign the liability waiver online! Please RSVP to info@MustangsToTheRescue.org
Mustangs To The Rescue of Central Oregon, is an all-breed, all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit equine rescue. Our mission is to positively impact the community we serve by supporting horses, their owners and potential owners, with assistance, resources and educational opportunities, thus improving the lives of horses and humans in our community.