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Events at Arena of Dreams

The South Country Cowboys Association is planning another year of enjoyment for both you and your horse in the Arena of Dreams.

As the Arena is still two thirds full of snow right now, we do not have any of our schedule for the arena in place but we will soon.  We will also be putting our events on Jen Schmidt’s website, www.trittrotfarms.com so keep an eye out for that.

We all had a great time cattle sorting last summer; it was a shame that it had to end.  We will be doing it again this summer.

The executive hope to have a full slate of activities from barrel racing, roping, clinics, to just using the arena for pleasure riding and training.

Cowboy Christmas was about the most successful that we have had in many years.  Great crowd, great food and a great band so what else could you ask for.  Thank you to everyone who helped make it another good evening of fun and fund raising.

If you need any further information about events or have any ideas as to what you would like to see going on in the arena please contact a member of our executive; Leah 250-529-7417 or Margaret 250-529-7257.

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