What’s it like to participate as an equestrian in the highest caliber of parades in the Nation? Sharon Jantzen looks back on her experience riding a Connemara Pony in the 1982 Tournament of Roses Parade.
Thoughts and Updates from SLOHN Leadership
There was nothing in the world that Charlotte wanted more than to have Prince as her very own pony, but her parents told her that they just couldn’t take on the burden. She would have to make do with visiting him and looking after him as long as the Millers would let her. Sarah Williams pens a Christmas short story about a girl and a pony.
From the heart of cowhorse country to the sandy beaches, the most read stories in September are all about this wonderful place we all call home.
August’s most read stories showcase the local people and events that make SLO the place it is and some tips on riding with a family.
The most read articles from July 2014 featuring stories about Dr. Melissa Patten, Annie Spurr, Jake Pinheiro, The California Mid State Fair, and The Pismo Preserve project.