Monthly Archives August 2016

You may be Barely Domesticated if…

Although most of us Barely Domesticated folks know who we are and proud of it, here’s a little quiz to see if you’re truly Barely Domesticated  (or maybe you don’t even know it!): 1. your riding/work jean cleanliness is dubious, and debatable, and yet you wear them in the grocery store 2. your idea of “decorating” is putting pet photos on your Facebook wall 3. you give your horse a bite of apple, and THEN take a bite yourself 4. you have used Bag Balm as lip balm, or…. 5. you have served Rocky Mountain oysters that you “harvested yourself”
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Open Trail Practice and Trail Obstacle Challenge Weekend 3!

September 17-18, 2016 Novato Horsemen, Novato, CA  (map) Rules Something totally unique and fun everyone to enjoy! Saturday, September 17th   Open Trail Practice  20 obstacles set up and ready for you to practice (not a clinic) Sunday, September 18th  Trail Obstacle Challenge Judged event with 10 obstacles (different from previous day)   Take a look at our scrapbook from the event.  Fun for everyone!
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Barely Domesticated finding out How the West was Fun

  Perfect Getaway Horseplay event!  How the West was Fun took us to the PAL&CC Ranch in Paso Robles, CA.  We were graciously hosted by Stephen Yerger and his wrangler, Quentin Hall.             We arrived on Friday afternoon, and settled the horses into roomy, safe, and comfortable mare motel stalls.  Set up the camper and we were set for the weekend!  Tim was even visited by his grandparents, Jack and Jan Rasmussen. Cherie Cross greeted us with nice Mexican Fiesta and the best Sangria (they sell it at the grocery store!) I’ve ever had.  
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