First-ever Pastries and Ponies deemed ‘tremendous success’

Ron Bower
By Ron Bower

By Dianne Fowler

Hey (or in horse talk, hay) Quivirans! The Saddle Club held its first ever Pastries & Ponies open house, and it was a tremendous success.
Despite the heat, over one hundred people attended the event, and Saddle Club members and volunteers helped lead more than 55 excited kids on pony rides. Whoa, were those horses tired!
The fresh donuts, juice and coffee were delicious, and many children had fun coloring, wearing stickers, learning the horses names and asking questions about owning a horse. Some folks even toured the barn area to see where the horses live.
The Saddle Club hopes to plan more community events like this, so giddy up and let us know your suggestions. In the meantime: Home is where the horse is, so you’ll find us at the barn!

Saddle Club Pastries and Ponies 2016
By Leslie Treas
Saddle Club Pastries and Ponies 2016
By Leslie Treas
Saddle Club Pastries and Ponies 2016
By Leslie Treas
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By Dan Witt