Welcome to Vista Palomar Riders ~ Est. 1946

 

A Call To Action for the 2021 Wagon Wheel

Please read to see how you can show your talents that could be of help throughout this event.

 Hello Members,

Wagon Wheel is our annual fundraiser that is great fun, but it is also essential for us to raise funding to support the many needs of our aging facility. Even if you are not going to be able to attend this special 75th Anniversary Event, now is the time that you can help. Or, please consider attending one of our special meal nights on October 1 and 2, or purchasing some Anniversary logo clothing!

 

Prior to the event, we could use a little weeding and trimming around the corrals, maybe wheelbarrow in some sand. We need to move and adjust a few more panels around the sorting pens and tighten up the shade cover. Teri Ardito will be refurbishing some obstacles and may need some extra hands. Have any ideas or obstacle donations? Set up will be required during WW.

A really important need is to have someone take charge of the Raffle! We don't have an auction this year, so the raffle will have to earn some $ for us. We need members to collect items, we need donated items, and we really need someone to take charge of this activity during the WW Weekend - please, please, please!  

See - Raffle Instructions (or click on image at left)

 

 

 

Some horse games on Friday night could use a coordinator and I will need a couple of non-riders at the cattle pens on Saturday and Sunday afternoon to help with the gate and timing.  

See - Arena Games (or click on image at left)

We have a large membership, but this year, only a small portion of very dedicated members stepped up to make big differences for the club to become a really nice place to be. Please call or email me if you are ready to dive in --- Thanks much!

Gail Cantrell
760 519-0628

 

 

 

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