Promoting the enjoyment of horses in North & South Carolina
2018 IS A BUSY YEAR! mark your calendars and visit our EVENTS PAGE for details...
The "Dog Days of Summer" just won't give it up!
Fall really is just around the corner....most of us have body-clipped AT LEAST once already since summer was officially over....soon we will all be piling on blankets!
Equine Chiropractic and Massage/Body Work is our official last stand-alone educational seminar of 2018, with the Annual Meeting and talk by Dr. Setlakwe sharing her experiences worldwide working with equid and donkey healthcare. Also our last schooling show of 2018 is Ocotber 13th! Go to our events page for details!
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NOW HELD AT FENCE (House), 3381 Hunting Country Rd, Tryon, NC, seminars start at 6:30pm for light refreshments and presentations begin at 7:00pm. Free for FRC Members, $5 suggested donation for Non-Members.
ROAD CLEANUP...Foothills Ricing Club has adopted Moore Road in the Green creek area as another way for the club to give
back to the community. Join us October 27th for our next road cleanup date!
We meet at 10:00 am at Re-Ride, 6431 NC-9, Suite 5, Columbus NC.
If you are able to help out, please contact Hatsie ... call or text 828-301-3318 email firstname.lastname@example.org
FELLOW EQUESTRIENNE Alison Leclerc was critically injured in a riding accident. Currently at Atlanta's Shepherd Center
for rehabilitation, FRC has donated $500 towards Alison's GoFundMe account. Be sure to purchase a 2019 "Art of the Horse"
calendar to help support Alison's rehabilitation expenses, because, who doesn't need a calendar? (available at local feed and tack stores)
HARMON FIELD was the recipient of a grading and gravel spreading project in front of the show office. No more slogging through the mud! Come check it out at our last show of the year Saturday October 13th!
IN OTHER FRC News.....
SCRIBECLINIC...Dressage Scribe Clinic with Margaret Freeman, USDF "S" Judge was a resounding success! FRC hopes to work with Ms. Freeman for another clinic opportunity after the first of the year, focusing on the NEW USEF dressage tests! Stay tuned for more information!
FRC is excited to implement a new program this year... all of the donation monies collected at our educational seminars will be given to local charities. Thank you's extended to our presenters as well as attendees for your generous contributions.
SAVE THE DATE......
ANNUAL MEETING - Wednesday November 14th at FENCE House.
6:30pm social 7:00pm Presentation
Pot Luck, FRC provides the main dish, please bring a side or dessert!
This is your opportunity to vote in your board members for the coming year. Bring your suggestions for ideas you would like to see your club implement, educational seminars you would like to experience, clinics - both mounted and unmounted - that you would like to see FRC sponsor!
Members and guests are invited to bring a side dish or a dessert, FRC provides the main course!
Dr Emilie Setlakwe (DVM) from Tryon Equine Hospital will treat us to a presentation of the work she has done globally providing vital healthcare for working equids and donkeys worldwide. after Dr. Emilie's presentation, Barbara Claussen will make a short presentation on what she is doing locally for donkeys in the Donkey Rescue of Western NC.
SAVE THE DATE......
ANNUAL FRC GALA- Saturdy JANUARY 12, 2019
Times to be announced
Location will again be the fabulous Spiegel Farm. Details to follow!
This year's Gala will feature the first annual Silent Auction!