Leona Valley Gymkhana 2015 Halter Series Dates are here!!!!
Mark your calendars, type into your smart phones or just remember the following dates for the Leona Valley Gymkhana
Sign-ups @ 8am
Start @ 8:45am
If you have any questions please call:
Tania Williams 661-341-0883
Robin Farkas 661-622-7134
Here they are.....
What you have been waiting for.....
The Events for the day are:
Hurry Scurry (on the ground)
It's going to be a great day full of fun.
It will also be the first flag run for our
2014 Gymkhana Queens!
The last Gymkhana of the year is just around the corner
I hope your ready....
Sign ups at 8am
Ready to ride at 9am
Events to come....
Horsepower, a first annual charity poker ride and run to benefit Saddle Up Therapeutic Riding Center will be held Sunday, November 9. Sign up and registration will begin at 8 am and the ride will begin at 9 am at an entrance to Ritter Ranch property on the south side of Elizabeth Lake Road just west of 60th Street West. Motorcycles will have an approximately 50-70 mile ride beginning and ending in Leona Valley and the horse riders will have a guided ride for about 2-3 hours through the hills and valleys of Ritter Ranch.
Major sponsors include Antelope Valley Harley Davidson and Camacho Auto. William Edwards Photography and Affordable Tire are among the donors of prizes to be raffled after the ride and run, too!
All proceeds will go directly to Saddle Up. Entry fee is $20 per horse or motorcycle. $10 for additional rider on motorcycle. Lunch will follow the ride and run, and live music, face painting and mule wagon rides are planned, as well.
Saddle Up was founded in 1999 to promote the rehabilitation of individuals with physical, psychological and learning disabilities through equine-facilitated activities; to help establish therapeutic riding centers; support related medical research; and train and certify therapeutic riding instructors.
The fundraiser is being organized by past and present Leona Valley Gymkhana Queens to sponsor Nugget, a horse that is new to Saddle Up who was donated by Tom and Judy Brundage, who founded the pageant in 2004.