Troyer Draft Horse & Equipment Auction

If you like or are interested in anything driving horse related don’t miss Troyer’s Colorado Draft Horse & Equipment Auction on Friday, October 7 and Saturday, October 8th.

Troyer’s auction has all sorts of driving paraphernalia – harnesses, carriages, carts and wagons.  Along with selling draft horses, they have many saddle horses and saddles.  If you have wondered what it would cost to enter into the driving world, this is where you can find out what it will take for you to equip your horse – or buy an already trained driving horse.

Colorado Driving Horse, Mule & Carriage Auction

If you like or are interested in driving horses, don’t miss Troyer’s Colorado Driving Horse, Mule & Carriage Auction on Friday, July 9th and Saturday, July 10th.

Troyer’s auction has all sorts of driving paraphernalia, and many different carriages, carts and wagons.  It is like going to a free carriage museum.  If you have wondered what it would cost to enter into the driving world, this is where you can find out what it will take for you to equip your horse – or even buy an already trained driving horse.

 

 

There will be no General Membership Meeting in December

Ms. Claus, riding with elegance.


There will be no General Membership Meeting in December, instead we will gather for an evening of good food and company.

Reminder to members to be sure and check your email account for your Christmas Party invite.  All the details are there including map to our venue.

And for those who would like to participate in a gift exchange, please bring a wrapped/bagged gift in the $15 range.

Hellhat Night

DON’T MISS OUR
Hellhat making Night

November 2, 2016
What is a “Hellhat” you ask. A hellhat is a combination of a riding helmet and a cowboy hat. Integrating those two for those who might not be willing to sacrifice the look of being a cowgirl for safety.

PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SUPPLIES:
1 Cowboy hat suggest size 7-5/8 for about a med sized helmet, if your helmet is small go a bit smaller and do the opposite if your helmet is larger. This hat will be cut up.

1 Helmet

electrical tape and or duck tape either works

scissors

glue, one with good holding power- may not be used at all but good to have

For decorating:
Old belts, head bands, flowers, bandana’s, bling bling. Just about anything can be used. Get creative.
Bring your creativity and maybe extra decorations to trade or share.

NON-MEMBERS: For a small fee of $5.00 you may join us in November for the making of Hellhats,You MUST BRING YOUR OWN SUPPLIES.

If your not a club member, feel free to come to our October meeting. All club meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month. You can come learn about our club and enjoy some camaraderie with other horse lovers.

Joining the club cost $25.00 a year, you can join at anytime. Please note this late in the year dues would only be $12.50. Club dues will be do again in January for the entire 2017 year

LRC at Rocky Mountain Horse Expo

The President's chair.

The President’s chair.

The Lakewood Riding Club kicked of their 75th anniversary year with a booth at the 2015 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, that is put on annually by the Colorado Horse Council.

There were flyers, brochures and membership applications available for attendees to pick up and club members took turns manning the booth and answering questions.

One of our junior members was in attendance all weekend, along with her horse, both of whom spent time promoting the club on the trade show floor.

LRC Youth Representative heading for trade show.

LRC Youth Representative heading for trade show.