My CLCOW Friends,
We have just had our second practice for our winter series. I would like
to thank all those that helped set up, run the practice and tear down.
And of course all the great people that rode in the practice and all the
great sorters that showed up to sort with good horses. Even though our
sorting numbers were low, we really enjoyed putting on a modified
sorting clinic for you. Thank you for staying and participating in the
mini clinic. It was a lot of fun teaching it! The cattle were good and
the ground was drug after each herd. I enjoyed seeing everyone and
watching so many of my friends and good horses practice. We had a few
new members that came and rode and also helped to keep things going at
this practice. Thank you so much. Those that came to watch, thank you.
It’s always nice to have support from friends and family. Hope everyone
felt the friendship we have for you ALL.
We are working hard to keep our Club a fun and happy place to show horses. We are looking forward to the beginning of our show season, April 21st. Cutting starts at 9 AM. Make sure you submit your entries before Wednesday, April 18th, no later than 9 PM. Please come and have more fun with all our members, new and old.
Each show will have something special to offer. Come join the fun, laugh
a little, smile a little and enjoy your horses.
All information is posted on the Cuttin Loose Club of Washington website for our 2018 show season along with the Rule Book and other important information. To find our website, go to www.clcow.com
Feel free to contact me at 253 820 2437 with any questions.
See you next month for more good times.
THE ONLY CUTTING HORSE CLUB IN
Cuttin’ Loose Club of Washington was organized in 1984 to promote the sport of cutting and cowhorses. As a non-profit organization CLCOW is dedicated to providing members with an affordable place to show their horses and participate in club sponsored clinics and practices. By offering classes for all levels of riders and horses we have something for everyone and we encourage member participation, good sportsmanship, and mutual respect among both our members and non-members.
Cutters must work together as teams to showcase the talents of these extraordinary animals, as a result many lasting friendships are built within the cutting community.