Happenings – Special Events

Enrich Your Life With Western Art | SLO Horse News

Enrich Your Life with Western Art

This year’s 27th Annual Cattlemen’s Western Art Show will draw people who enjoy agriculture and the western lifestyle or who simply appreciate the great outdoors, to the Paso Robles Event Center on March 24, 25 and 26. Attendees will have an opportunity to become the owners of beautiful art, with each piece providing its own living memory of the moment it depicts or the reason it was purchased. Sharon Jantzen shares the details for enriching your life with Western Art.

Free Horse Health Education by Local Equine Veterinarians | SLO Horse News

Free Horse Health Education by Local Equine Veterinarians

Each veterinarian at this year’s SLO Horse Expo, held on February 21st from 5:30 to 8:30 at the Alex Madonna Expo Center, has unique experiences and perspectives geared toward approaching your individual horse’s health needs. Whether you’re interested in the most up-to-date information on vaccinations and deworming, or issues regarding feeding, lameness or even sand colic, your knowledge will be vastly improved through your attendance. Sharon Jantzen gives us the inside scoop.

Explore, Enjoy and Energize for a Cause: Work Ranch Benefit Trail Ride

Mark your calendars and saddle up on February 18, 2017, and ride your horse on one of the most scenic ranches on California’s Central Coast. The Work Ranch Benefit Trail Ride will be one spectacular trail ride with poker hands, lunch and camaraderie of fellow trail riders while supporting Partners in Equestrian Therapy. Sharon Jantzen gets us excited about this upcoming community horse event.

10 Steps to Planning a Horse Riding Holiday Party

Connecting horses and kids brings joy to both parties. Horses and Kids Party activities are engaging to kids, teens and adults alike. People with different horse skill levels enjoy and participate together. Beverly Poorman recently planned, hosted and enjoyed a Riding Horse Christmas Party and shares her ideas with you as Sharon Jantzen documents the activities.