Monday, April 19, 2010


PICTURES: (click on Pictures for a larger view)
1. Look at those Cariboo Cowgirls!!l
2. Gloria and (?)
3. Nicole and (?) working with Lynda
4. Dawnna, Randy and John on "babysitting duty"
5. Tiffany and Bandit
6. Mandy and Chico
7. Tanya and Monty
8. The warm up pen (Nice stop, Dawnna!!)
9. Leona and (?)
10. Barry and (?) working with Lynda

Thanks again to Laura for providing the pictures from the Lynda Smith clinic. I think everyone came away from the clinic with lots of new information and a renewed sense of excitement about reining. 

Sixteen eager participants slid into 100 Mile House April 9-11 to get some horsemanship and reining tips from reining trainer Lynda Smith, of Langley BC. The participants got to put their newfound knowledge to the test on Sunday, in a schooling show, judged by Lynda. The clinic and show were held at the Lakeside Equestrian Center, and despite the biting cold on Friday, the rest of the weekend proved to be perfect and sunny and we were able to use the great footing in the outdoor arena.

This was what one of our participants had to say!!

"Hi Bella and 100 Mile Sliders,

We just wanted to extend our thanks and appreciation for a great weekend of fun and learning.  Most impressive was the high caliber of women reiners residing in the South Cariboo.  We are proud to be part of the 100 Mile Sliders and to know such a great group of dedicated, hard working ladies.

Thanks again and see you all soon.

Best regards,

Nicolle and Ronnie"

The Sliders would like to send out a great big thank you to Lynda for coming up and supporting our club, as well as a thank you to all the people who volunteered their time and energy to make this clinic/schooling show a success.


1 comment:

  1. i just want to say thank you to all who came and enjoyed our was great to see and if i can make it happen we will have Clay Webster here in a couple of months! out for the sliders we are a group of dedicated people and will a to help and share to whomever wants to join us! Dawnna, President