[MSAR] Riding clinic, New Mexico April *26-29*
TFinkle at erols.com
Mon Jan 26 16:15:01 EST 2004
Just my 2 cents worth,
During the yearly SAREX in Maryland, we picket and/or use portable
corals for our horses while attending the non- riding training courses.
For the past couple of years, instead of being away from the main camp
activities we have been apart of of the over all camp complex with the
other teams. We have found that being a part of the other teams that
campout, team PR has increased a great deal and also saves driving back
and fourth to the main activities.
We bring 3 days of food and water for the horses and try to have one
person to stay at our field camp to monitor the horses. If you use
those electric corrals, please make sure to keep them hot! Our Team
has found from experience that once a horse knows there is no power to
tape, it is off they go.
TROT Search & Rescue Mounted Team
Una Smith wrote:
>>just to clarify - I understand that there are NO accomodations
>>for horses at the ESCAPE this year.
>Correct; Bonita Park Nazarene Camp and Conference Center has no
>accomodations for horses. However, for those who attend the MSAR
>clinic, I have arranged boarding for horses during ESCAPE at the
>clinic location about 30 minutes away. Also, there must be other
>options nearby, considering the proximity of Bonita Park to not
>only a horse race track (Ruidoso Downs) and a horse-related museum,
>but also the general air of mountain vacation resort in that area.
> Una Smith
> Santa Fe County Sheriff's Posse, in New Mexico
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