Oct
27
8:00 AM08:00

Trailering Maneuvering Laboratory Course

Saturday

October 27th, 2018

8:00AM to 5:00PM

The Laboratory is primarily for people who attended the April 2017 or April 2018 Horse Council sponsored Lecture and Lab session and who wish to gain more driving experience under the instruction of Leonard Iniguez. As with the previous lab, the goal is to be a safer, more conscientious and confident driver when pulling and maneuvering your trailer (rig)

Instructor: Leonard Iniquez

ONE HOUR CLASSES ALL DAY

Groups of up to four each hour except lunch hour

Location: Shone Farm, 7450 Steve Olson Ln., Forestville. Parking and scheduling details provided with RSVP.

Limit 32. Note if the class does not fill with previous attendees, then we will consider opening it up to other equestrians Sonoma County Horse Council Members $10, non-members $25

Register by Monday October 22nd, 2018 to tstashak@sbcglobal.net

Lunch Break 12:00PM - 12:45PM, lunch NOT provided

Each driver should bring their own trailer. If you wish to bring an assistant you can switch roles provided both attended an earlier Lecture & Lab session

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Sep
8
to Sep 9

SCAS Emergency Animal Sheltering

***UPDATE - DATE RESCHEDULED TO Sept 8-9***


How to Become an A-DSW

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***Times and locations for Workshops and Trainings will be provided upon completion of A-DSW Application

Emergency Management relies heavily upon the community members and "Volunteerism". During disasters.

State of California

Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program
Disaster Service Workers (DSW) are volunteers who provide disaster relief service during a declared disaster. Disaster service is designed to aid in the response and recovery phases in a disaster or emergency. It does not include the day-to-day emergency response activities typically associated with, for example, law enforcement, fire services or emergency medical services.

Injuries sustained by DSWs are covered through the State of California Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program (http://www.calema.ca.gov/PlanningandPreparedness/Pages/Disaster-Service-Worker-Volunteer-Program.aspx). It provides workers' compensation benefits to registered Disaster Service Worker (DSW) volunteers who are injured while participating in authorized disaster-related activities, including pre-approved training. The Program also provides the local EOC with limited immunity from liability.

**Mandatory Training is required for consideration to become a part of the A-DSW Program:

TIER 1 Training
SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop (How To Become an A-DSW) 6/6/18, 7/21/18, 8/8/18
FEMA ICS 100, 200, and 700 FEMA IS 10 & IS 111 (Free Online Courses)
SCAS Emergency Animal Sheltering 12 Hours 9/8 & 9/9/2018
Red Cross Shelter Fundamentals Training 4 Hours TBD

ANIMAL DISASTER SERVICE WORKER APPLICATIONS

Sonoma County Animal Services is the region's government shelter and the lead agency
for disaster relief efforts, including search and rescue efforts by animal control
officers. Sonoma County is the home of thousands of different species of animals.
Animal owners understand and have experienced how quickly a disaster can arrive
and devastate all planning in a matter of seconds and minutes.
Animal Owners and Animal Lovers who wish to assist Sonoma County Animal Services
during these unforeseen events are needed.

If you wish to become a Registered Animal Disaster Service Worker for those times of
need, please email scasemerqencyresponseinfo@sonoma-county.org
Subject: A-DSW Application Request. An application for all inquiries will be provided
to each individual directly.

Brian Whipple
Director of Operations
Brian.Whipple@sonoma-county.org
707-565-7101

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Aug
8
12:00 PM12:00

SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop

How to Become an A-DSW

 Click Image to Download

Click Image to Download

***Times and locations for Workshops and Trainings will be provided upon completion of A-DSW Application

Emergency Management relies heavily upon the community members and "Volunteerism". During disasters.

State of California

Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program
Disaster Service Workers (DSW) are volunteers who provide disaster relief service during a declared disaster. Disaster service is designed to aid in the response and recovery phases in a disaster or emergency. It does not include the day-to-day emergency response activities typically associated with, for example, law enforcement, fire services or emergency medical services.

Injuries sustained by DSWs are covered through the State of California Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program (http://www.calema.ca.gov/PlanningandPreparedness/Pages/Disaster-Service-Worker-Volunteer-Program.aspx). It provides workers' compensation benefits to registered Disaster Service Worker (DSW) volunteers who are injured while participating in authorized disaster-related activities, including pre-approved training. The Program also provides the local EOC with limited immunity from liability.

**Mandatory Training is required for consideration to become a part of the A-DSW Program:

TIER 1 Training
SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop (How To Become an A-DSW) 6/6/18, 7/21/18, 8/8/18
FEMA ICS 100, 200, and 700 FEMA IS 10 & IS 111 (Free Online Courses)
SCAS Emergency Animal Sheltering 12 Hours 8/10 & 8/11/2018
Red Cross Shelter Fundamentals Training 4 Hours TBD

 

ANIMAL DISASTER SERVICE WORKER APPLICATIONS

Sonoma County Animal Services is the region's government shelter and the lead agency
for disaster relief efforts, including search and rescue efforts by animal control
officers. Sonoma County is the home of thousands of different species of animals.
Animal owners understand and have experienced how quickly a disaster can arrive
and devastate all planning in a matter of seconds and minutes.
Animal Owners and Animal Lovers who wish to assist Sonoma County Animal Services
during these unforeseen events are needed.

If you wish to become a Registered Animal Disaster Service Worker for those times of
need, please email scasemerqencyresponseinfo@sonoma-countv.org
Subject: A-DSW Application Request. An application for all inquiries will be provided
to each individual directly.

Brian Whipple
Director of Operations
Brian.Whipple@sonoma-county.org
707-565-7101

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Jul
21
12:00 PM12:00

SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop

How to Become an A-DSW

 Click Image to Download

Click Image to Download

***Times and locations for Workshops and Trainings will be provided upon completion of A-DSW Application

Emergency Management relies heavily upon the community members and "Volunteerism". During disasters.

State of California

Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program
Disaster Service Workers (DSW) are volunteers who provide disaster relief service during a declared disaster. Disaster service is designed to aid in the response and recovery phases in a disaster or emergency. It does not include the day-to-day emergency response activities typically associated with, for example, law enforcement, fire services or emergency medical services.

Injuries sustained by DSWs are covered through the State of California Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program (http://www.calema.ca.gov/PlanningandPreparedness/Pages/Disaster-Service-Worker-Volunteer-Program.aspx). It provides workers' compensation benefits to registered Disaster Service Worker (DSW) volunteers who are injured while participating in authorized disaster-related activities, including pre-approved training. The Program also provides the local EOC with limited immunity from liability.

**Mandatory Training is required for consideration to become a part of the A-DSW Program:

TIER 1 Training
SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop (How To Become an A-DSW) 6/6/18, 7/21/18, 8/8/18
FEMA ICS 100, 200, and 700 FEMA IS 10 & IS 111 (Free Online Courses)
SCAS Emergency Animal Sheltering 12 Hours 8/10 & 8/11/2018
Red Cross Shelter Fundamentals Training 4 Hours TBD

ANIMAL DISASTER SERVICE WORKER APPLICATIONS

Sonoma County Animal Services is the region's government shelter and the lead agency
for disaster relief efforts, including search and rescue efforts by animal control
officers. Sonoma County is the home of thousands of different species of animals.
Animal owners understand and have experienced how quickly a disaster can arrive
and devastate all planning in a matter of seconds and minutes.
Animal Owners and Animal Lovers who wish to assist Sonoma County Animal Services
during these unforeseen events are needed.

If you wish to become a Registered Animal Disaster Service Worker for those times of
need, please email scasemerqencyresponseinfo@sonoma-countv.org
Subject: A-DSW Application Request. An application for all inquiries will be provided
to each individual directly.

Brian Whipple
Director of Operations
Brian.Whipple@sonoma-county.org
707-565-7101

View Event →
Jun
6
12:30 PM12:30

SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop

How to Become an A-DSW

 Click Image to Download 

Click Image to Download 

***Times and locations for Workshops and Trainings will be provided upon completion of A-DSW Application

Emergency Management relies heavily upon the community members and "Volunteerism". During disasters.

State of California

Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program
Disaster Service Workers (DSW) are volunteers who provide disaster relief service during a declared disaster. Disaster service is designed to aid in the response and recovery phases in a disaster or emergency. It does not include the day-to-day emergency response activities typically associated with, for example, law enforcement, fire services or emergency medical services.

Injuries sustained by DSWs are covered through the State of California Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program (http://www.calema.ca.gov/PlanningandPreparedness/Pages/Disaster-Service-Worker-Volunteer-Program.aspx). It provides workers' compensation benefits to registered Disaster Service Worker (DSW) volunteers who are injured while participating in authorized disaster-related activities, including pre-approved training. The Program also provides the local EOC with limited immunity from liability.

**Mandatory Training is required for consideration to become a part of the A-DSW Program:

TIER 1 Training
SCAS A-DSW 101 Workshop (How To Become an A-DSW) 6/6/18, 7/21/18, 8/8/18
FEMA ICS 100, 200, and 700 FEMA IS 10 & IS 111 (Free Online Courses)
SCAS Emergency Animal Sheltering 12 Hours 8/10 & 8/11/2018
Red Cross Shelter Fundamentals Training 4 Hours TBD

Animal Disaster Service Worker Applications

Sonoma County Animal Services is the region's government shelter and the lead agency
for disaster relief efforts, including search and rescue efforts by animal control
officers. Sonoma County is the home of thousands of different species of animals.
Animal owners understand and have experienced how quickly a disaster can arrive
and devastate all planning in a matter of seconds and minutes.
Animal Owners and Animal Lovers who wish to assist Sonoma County Animal Services
during these unforeseen events are needed.

If you wish to become a Registered Animal Disaster Service Worker for those times of
need, please email scasemerqencyresponseinfo@sonoma-countv.org
Subject: A-DSW Application Request. An application for all inquiries will be provided
to each individual directly.

Brian Whipple
Director of Operations
Brian.Whipple@sonoma-county.org
707-565-7101

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Apr
28
7:30 AM07:30

Trailering Safety & Maneuvering Course

  • Sonoma County Driving and Riding Club (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Registration is required to be completed by Mon April 23rd 2018.  Email tstashak@sbcglobal.net for registration details.  

Download class flyer
Download Class Payment Form

The course is geared to all levels of trailering ability.  It will provide the attendee with important information to be a safer, more conscientious, and confident driver.  Driver assistants will learn how to direct the driver to maneuver their trailer in and around obstacles.  Driver and assistant have the option of switching roles.  See event details and course outline for more information.  To view the course outline, download class flyer under event details and scroll to 2nd page.

Instructor: Leonard Iniguez.

Morning Lecture

Topics include: trip preparation, driving do's and don'ts, and how to handle emergencies. 
Location: Sanoma County Driving & Riding Club clubhouse at the fairgrounds, Aston Avenue entrance gate #7.  RSVP required for gate code.

Limit: 60
Lecture time 3.5 hours
Lecture $15 or $30 non-member

Afternoon Lab

Each driver should bring their own trailer.  We strongly encourage that each rig has a driver and an assistant.  Driver and assistant can switch roles.
Location: Brookwood parking lot, east of the fairgrounds.  Parking details provided with RSVP

Limit: 20 Trailers (20 drivers, 20 assistants)
Laboratory time 4 hours
Lecture & Lab $30 or $45 non-member

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Feb
21
6:00 PM18:00

Sonoma County Horse Council's General Meeting (Election of Directors)

 
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Mark Your Calendar!

Sonoma County Horse Council’s General Meeting (Election of Directors)
and
Update on Sonoma County Large Animal Disaster Response and Preparedness

February 21, 2018

At the Sonoma County Driving and Riding Club
Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Aston Ave. Entrance
 

Dinner 6:00 p.m. (provided by the Sonoma County Horse Council)
Meeting and presentation at 7:00 p.m.

Candidates for SCHC Board of Directors:
Sahar Bartlett
Patrice Doyle
Greg Harder
Denise Gilseth
Mark Krug
Elizabeth Palmer
Ted Stashak, DVM
Sandra Van Voorhis

Please RSVP to schc.governance@gmail.com by February 17th to give us a
head count for dinner.

If you have questions, please contact Greg Harder:  greg.harder@edwardjones.com

Download PDF

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Agricultural and Rural Lands Fire Recovery and Resource Town Hall
Oct
30
5:00 PM17:00

Agricultural and Rural Lands Fire Recovery and Resource Town Hall

  • Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Garrett Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

SONOMA COUNTY FARM BUREAU

Agricultural and Rural Lands Fire Recovery and Resource Town Hall

Monday, October 30, 2017 Sonoma County Fairgrounds - Garrett Building Doors open at 5 p.m., program begins at 5:30 p.m.

PROGRAM PDF - Save Your Copy

In response to the recent wildfires in Northern California that have impacted the agriculture community, Sonoma County Farm Bureau is convening local, state and federal leadership to address concerns and provide information to rural property owners. Key groups and resource agencies will be present to provide tailored information to the agricultural community as the rural community begins to recover.

Program Includes Presentations From:
Steve Dutton, Sonoma County Farm Bureau President
Karen Ross, Secretary of California Department of Agriculture
Tony Linegar, Sonoma County Ag Commissioner
Kay Joy Barge, USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service
Lisa Velasquez, USDA Farm Service Agency
William Koontz, US Small Business Administration
Karissa Kruse, Sonoma County Winegrowers President
Kim Vail, Sonoma County Farm Bureau Executive Director

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Oct
21
to Oct 22

Incidents Involving Animals Conference Invite: UC Davis-BARTA

  • UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The *British Animal Rescue and Trauma Care Association* (BARTA) is holding
this year's conference in partnership with *UC Davis School of Veterinary
Medicine*.

We are gearing up for a great event and would like to extend a very warm
welcome to you and your colleagues/members as we continue to develop a
growing community of people who are planning and preparing for incidents
involving animals.

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Oct
15
7:30 AM07:30

Trailering Safety & Maneuvering Course

  • Sonoma County Driving and Riding Club (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Registration is required to be completed by Tue October 10th 2017.  Email tstashak@sbcglobal.net for registration details.  

Download class flyer
Download Class Payment Form

The course is geared to all levels of trailering ability.  It will provide the attendee with important information to be a safer, more conscientious, and confident driver.  Driver assistants will learn how to direct the driver to maneuver their trailer in and around obstacles.  Driver and assistant have the option of switching roles.  See event details and course outline for more information.  To view the course outline, download class flyer under event details and scroll to 2nd page.

Instructor: Leonard Iniguez.

Morning Lecture

Topics include: trip preparation, driving do's and don'ts, and how to handle emergencies. 
Location: Sanoma County Driving & Riding Club clubhouse at the fairgrounds, Aston Avenue entrance gate #7.  RSVP required for gate code.

Limit: 60
Lecture time 3.5 hours
Lecture $15 or $30 non-member

Afternoon Lab

Each driver should bring their own trailer.  We strongly encourage that each rig has a driver and an assistant.  Driver and assistant can switch roles.
Location: Brookwood parking lot, east of the fairgrounds.  Parking details provided with RSVP

Limit: 20 Trailers (20 drivers, 20 assistants)
Laboratory time 4 hours
Lecture & Lab $30 or $45 non-member

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Sep
14
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to TTouch for Horses With Kathleen Aspenns, Tellington Equine Practitioner and Judy McHerron

The TTouch Method is wonderful to learn to use on horses, to build confidence,  release tension, improve performance, develop trust with the horse, and interact with horses in a way they enjoy.  The horses love it.  It’s  easy to incorporate into your everyday program with the horse and a useful hands-on tool for ever equestrian to use.

In each session, you will learn new skills & useful elements of the Tellington Method step by step in a fun and supportive environment, in both bodywork and groundwork. These techniques will be presented in an easy to learn manner, with opportunities to practice and refine your technique during class. Consecutive sessions will build on your base of knowledge, and help you integrate different elements of the Method to creatively solve any performance or behavior challenges.

Please RSVP by the Tuesday before the workshop
Come any one day $75 or $195 for the series
$55 /class  or $150 for the series 21 years & under For more information contact:
Judy at 707-696-2848 or eqwine@sonic.net
Make check payable to:   Eqwine Events
Mail Registration and check to:
Eqwine Events,   PO Box 177,   Healdsburg, CA 95448 or
drop off in the Cloverleaf  Ranch Office with Shayla

TTouch Class PDF

Logistics & supply list
Class room
White board & supplies registration supplies
table & 2 chairs
sec sign
Horse show in a box, box
3 to 4 horses on halter and leads poles
cones
white TT wand
body wraps

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Aug
17
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to TTouch for Horses With Kathleen Aspenns, Tellington Equine Practitioner and Judy McHerron

The TTouch Method is wonderful to learn to use on horses, to build confidence,  release tension, improve performance, develop trust with the horse, and interact with horses in a way they enjoy.  The horses love it.  It’s  easy to incorporate into your everyday program with the horse and a useful hands-on tool for ever equestrian to use.

In each session, you will learn new skills & useful elements of the Tellington Method step by step in a fun and supportive environment, in both bodywork and groundwork. These techniques will be presented in an easy to learn manner, with opportunities to practice and refine your technique during class. Consecutive sessions will build on your base of knowledge, and help you integrate different elements of the Method to creatively solve any performance or behavior challenges.

Please RSVP by the Tuesday before the workshop
Come any one day $75 or $195 for the series
$55 /class  or $150 for the series 21 years & under For more information contact:
Judy at 707-696-2848 or eqwine@sonic.net
Make check payable to:   Eqwine Events
Mail Registration and check to:
Eqwine Events,   PO Box 177,   Healdsburg, CA 95448 or
drop off in the Cloverleaf  Ranch Office with Shayla

TTouch Class PDF

Logistics & supply list
Class room
White board & supplies registration supplies
table & 2 chairs
sec sign
Horse show in a box, box
3 to 4 horses on halter and leads poles
cones
white TT wand
body wraps

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Equine Epochs
Jul
22
to Nov 5

Equine Epochs

  • Sonoma County History Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

History Museum of Sonoma County 425 7th Street, Santa Rosa
(707) 579-1500

Equine Epochs

History of
Sonoma County Horses

  • Prehistoric to present day horses
  • Horses for work, competition, pleasure riding, and therapy
  • Impact of horses on economy, entertainment, culture, health, and recreation
  • and much more

Exhibits include narratives, photos, films, apparel, tack, equipment, and fine art.

Admittance:
Museum members & Children 10 and under: FREE
Seniors (65 & older), Students with valid ID, & Disabled: $7
Regular: $10

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Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

Youth Horsemanship Workshop

Free
Youth Horsemanship Workshop
Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Open to Beginners and experienced riders 8 to 18 years old
4-H, FFA, and Independent Riders.

Bring your horse and a helmet if you plan to ride.
No horse?  No problem, this will be a learning experience for all horse enthusiasts!

Topics to be covered:

  • Show Riding Etiquette
  • General Horsemanship
  • English and Western Riding and Equitation
  • Showmanship
  • Preparing for a Horse Show
  • and More!!
  1. Riders must be accompanied by a responsible adult while at the workshop.
  2. You do not need to attend all workshops, multiple topics will be covered at each workshop.
  3. Manure must be picked up.
  4. If you would like to volunteer to help at these events or for more information please contact Bev Palm at bbpalm88@att.net or call (707)782-1183
 
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Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

Using Essential Oils & Homeopathic Remedies for Horses with Mary Borie, Animal Communication Specialist

Explore alternative approaches to listening and working with horses on an emotional and spiritual level. See attached PDF for more details and to sign up.

Essential Oils for Horses PDF

*Future Clinics/Classes:*

  • Barrels of Fun with Dressage or Fun with Barrels and Poles with Taylor Merrill
  • Acupressure for Horses with Diana Thompson
  • Riding Your from the Ground Series with Judy McHerron

 

  1. Groundwork, Building the Foundation
  2. Round Pen Finesses
  3. Refinement of Lunging Skills
  4. Work in Hand, Shoulder In from the Ground

 

  • Riding Without a Horse: Using mime exercises on the ground to improve your riding on the horse (Your horse wants you to attend this :)
  • Fairy Tails Riding Camp & Retreat: A Get Away for Adult Horse Lovers. (Must be over 21)


Please feel free to share this email and information with anyone you know that would be interested. Let me know your interests and ideas for future classes.

Instructions to sign up are included in the attached flyers *OR *just Email me to let me know you are coming, you can you can pay at the door. Contact me with any questions.

Hope to see you all at a class or two!

Happy trails,

*Judy McHerron * | *Riding Instructor*
BS in Equestrian Studies & Business Admin
United States Pony Club National Examiner
9 yrs Adjunct Faculty, Equine Science Dept, SRJC
USDF Bronze Medal
*Email* eqwine@sonic.net
*Mobile* 707 696 2848

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Jul
6
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to TTouch for Horses With Kathleen Aspenns, Tellington Equine Practitioner and Judy McHerron

The TTouch Method is wonderful to learn to use on horses, to build confidence,  release tension, improve performance, develop trust with the horse, and interact with horses in a way they enjoy.  The horses love it.  It’s  easy to incorporate into your everyday program with the horse and a useful hands-on tool for ever equestrian to use.

In each session, you will learn new skills & useful elements of the Tellington Method step by step in a fun and supportive environment, in both bodywork and groundwork. These techniques will be presented in an easy to learn manner, with opportunities to practice and refine your technique during class. Consecutive sessions will build on your base of knowledge, and help you integrate different elements of the Method to creatively solve any performance or behavior challenges.

Please RSVP by the Tuesday before the workshop
Come any one day $75 or $195 for the series
$55 /class  or $150 for the series 21 years & under For more information contact:
Judy at 707-696-2848 or eqwine@sonic.net
Make check payable to:   Eqwine Events
Mail Registration and check to:
Eqwine Events,   PO Box 177,   Healdsburg, CA 95448 or
drop off in the Cloverleaf  Ranch Office with Shayla

TTouch Class PDF

Logistics & supply list
Class room
White board & supplies registration supplies
table & 2 chairs
sec sign
Horse show in a box, box
3 to 4 horses on halter and leads poles
cones
white TT wand
body wraps

 

View Event →
Jun
28
5:00 PM17:00

Youth Horsemanship Workshop

Free
Youth Horsemanship Workshop
Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Open to Beginners and experienced riders 8 to 18 years old
4-H, FFA, and Independent Riders.

Bring your horse and a helmet if you plan to ride.
No horse?  No problem, this will be a learning experience for all horse enthusiasts!

Topics to be covered:

  • Show Riding Etiquette
  • General Horsemanship
  • English and Western Riding and Equitation
  • Showmanship
  • Preparing for a Horse Show
  • and More!!
  1. Riders must be accompanied by a responsible adult while at the workshop.
  2. You do not need to attend all workshops, multiple topics will be covered at each workshop.
  3. Manure must be picked up.
  4. If you would like to volunteer to help at these events or for more information please contact Bev Palm at bbpalm88@att.net or call (707)782-1183
 
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Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

Youth Horsemanship Workshop

Free
Youth Horsemanship Workshop
Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Open to Beginners and experienced riders 8 to 18 years old
4-H, FFA, and Independent Riders.

Bring your horse and a helmet if you plan to ride.
No horse?  No problem, this will be a learning experience for all horse enthusiasts!

Topics to be covered:

  • Show Riding Etiquette
  • General Horsemanship
  • English and Western Riding and Equitation
  • Showmanship
  • Preparing for a Horse Show
  • and More!!
  1. Riders must be accompanied by a responsible adult while at the workshop.
  2. You do not need to attend all workshops, multiple topics will be covered at each workshop.
  3. Manure must be picked up.
  4. If you would like to volunteer to help at these events or for more information please contact Bev Palm at bbpalm88@att.net or call (707)782-1183
 
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May
24
5:00 PM17:00

Youth Horsemanship Workshop

Free
Youth Horsemanship Workshop
Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Open to Beginners and experienced riders 8 to 18 years old
4-H, FFA, and Independent Riders.

Bring your horse and a helmet if you plan to ride.
No horse?  No problem, this will be a learning experience for all horse enthusiasts!

Topics to be covered:

  • Show Riding Etiquette
  • General Horsemanship
  • English and Western Riding and Equitation
  • Showmanship
  • Preparing for a Horse Show
  • and More!!
  1. Riders must be accompanied by a responsible adult while at the workshop.
  2. You do not need to attend all workshops, multiple topics will be covered at each workshop.
  3. Manure must be picked up.
  4. If you would like to volunteer to help at these events or for more information please contact Bev Palm at bbpalm88@att.net or call (707)782-1183
 
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Apr
1
7:30 AM07:30

Trailering Safety & Maneuvering Course

  • Sonoma County Driving and Riding Club (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Registration is required to be completed by Wed March 22 2017.  Email tstashak@sbcglobal.net for registration details.  Download class flier

The course is geared to all levels of trailering ability.  It will provide the attendee with important information to be a safer, more conscientious, and confident driver.  Driver assistants will learn how to direct the driver to maneuver their trailer in and around obstacles.  See course outline for more information.

Instructor: Leonard Iniguez.
CHP officer David Juricich will attend and has kindly offered to be available for questions.

Morning Lecture

Topics includeL trip preparation, driving do's and don'ts, and how to handle emergencies. 
Location: Sanoma County Driving & Riding Club clubhouse at the fairgrounds, Aston Avenue entrance gate #7.  RSVP required for gate code.

Limit: 60
Lecture time 3.5 hours
Lecture $15 or $25 non-member

Afternoon Lab

Each driver should bring their own trailer.  We strongly encourage that each rig has a driver and an assistant.
Location: Brookwood parking lot, east of the fairgrounds.  Parking details provided with RSVP

Limit: 40 (20 drivers, 20 assistants)
Laboratory time 4 hours
Lecture & Lab $30 or $40 non-member

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