Panoshe Ranch Schooling Shows: Saturday, July 12th is Dressage and Western Dressage and Sunday, July 13th are English, Western, and Trail classes. Our schooling show is family friendly and fun for all ages and riding levels. Dressage classes run $20 each and E/W/T classes are $4.99 each (or $4.50 pre-entry). Please visit www.panosheranch.com schooling shows for more information.
OPEN ALL BREEDÂ ENGLISH HORSE SHOW.Â Â Saturday, September 8th.
OPEN ALL BREEDÂ WESTERN HORSE SHOW.Â Â Â Sunday, September 9th.
Both shows will be held at the Orangevale Park Horse Arena (7301 Filbert Avenue) and both will start at 8:00 a.m. (entry booth will open at 7:00).
English show will have: Â halter, hunter in hand on the triangle, bareback equitation, leadline, walk only, lots of walk/trot classes (both pleasure and equitation), walk/trot/canter classes (both pleasure and equitation), English horsemanship, and hunter under saddle.Â The over-fence classes include:Â hunter hack, low hunter over fences, mid hunter over fences, equitation over fences, and jumping.
Six end-of-the-day high point awards for the English show
* Halter Horse,Â * 12 years and under,Â * 13 to 17 years,Â * 18 years and over,Â * Hunter Horse,Â * Over Fences Horse.
Western show will have:Â halter, showmanship, bareback equitation, leadline, walk only, lots of walk/jog classes (both pleasure and equitation), walk/jog/lope classes (both pleasure and equitation),Â western horsemanship, and trail (separate area 9:30-2:30).Â The ranchÂ classes include:Â ranch horse conformation, reining, ranch riding, and ranch trail.
Six end-of-the-day high point awards for theÂ western show
* Halter Horse,Â * 12 years and under,Â * 13 to 17 years,Â * 18 years and over,Â *Â Ranch Horse,Â * Trail Horse.
All entries are taken the day of the horse show (no pre-entries).Â Entry fees are:Â $4.99 per class.Â $4.50 per class if you are a member of SFHA, 4-H, FFA, or Pony Club.Â Â No extra fees of any kind!Â No CA drug fee.Â No office fee.Â No arena fee.Â No parking fee.
First place awards to winner in every class.Â Ribbons to 6th in all classes and additional 7th to 10th place ribbons in all youth classes.
BothÂ of these two horse showsÂ have been approved by the APHA (Paint Horse Club) PAC program, Arabian OEIP, and CSHA Region 3.
Another great Gold N Grand came and went. In addition to the horse show and the shopping, there was free snow cones everyday, a water slide, a barn party and a pancake breakfast! I think the two new covered arenas are a welcomed addition particularly to this show.
People showed their generosity for their fellow horse showers by donating some great items to the Family of Chris Kozlowski silent auction. The bidding was hot and heavy up to the last seconds and from the looks of the bidding sheets, people were bidding generously also. A celebration of life service was held on Monday after the show.
Please enjoy a few pictures of the auction and show.
Don’t miss this great schooling show with a huge variety of classes and cheap entries! All proceeds benefit the Amador County Fair.
Amador County Fairgrounds
Plymouth, California 95669
Mail Entries to:Â
Amador County Fair Schooling Show, P.O. Box 9, Plymouth CA 95669
Or Fax entries to:
For More information call: (209) 245-6921 (Fair office)
(209) 245-3609, Anne Frost, Show Manager
Date:Â July 14, 2012
Entry fees:Â $3.00 per class or
$25.00 for all day!
Entries due: July 10, 2012
Post entry donation: $10 per entrant
Stalls available (overnight or for day use)
All proceeds go to benefit the Amador County Fair
Due to State budget cuts, we need to raise money to support our
beloved Amador County Fair!
Please be sure to thank our sponsors!
Enjoy some pictures from this year’s Project Cowgirl at the Western States Horse Expo.
The results were as follows:
Next Great American Horsewoman is Jenny Sherbo; 2nd Robin Bond; 3rd Sarah Winters; 4th Alesa Jones; 5th Katie Hill; 6th Mary Kitzmiller; 7th Alyssa Plackemeier; 8th Shauna Branley; 9th Kelly Saunders; 10th Jaime Hinton.
The AQHA Fan Favorite horse, The Goob, owned by Jaime Hinton, was presented a beautiful trophy by AQHA’s Jim Bret Campbell.
The cowgirls voted among themselves for the Cowgirl Spirit Award for a three-way tie: Katie Hill; Mary Kitzmiller and Willow Newcomb! AQHA donated each cowgirl a SmartPak $100 gift.
With Julie Keller Frost, at Laughton Ranch in Jackson. June 2, 2o12