Monthly Archives: June 2011

More Cattle!

Thanks to John and Suzy Moon, I have another great bunch of cattle at the Trail and Saddle Club (steers this time). So come and take a lesson and experience the beautiful new footing. It’s just what every cow horse … Continue reading

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Sis Martorella took a lesson on Solo. Now she has two horses to ride! Rachel assisted admirably.

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Double Congratulations!

Nancy Scarpitto has done it………six perfect lope-overs. Go Hobby! She broke Cathe’s record a week ago and earned a free lesson. Cathe was there, cheering her on and setting the poles. But now Cathe is dying to break the record … Continue reading

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Flooding near my childhood home.

This is Rosebud Creek, which is usually only a few feet wide.  Our family ranch is near a much wider river, the Tongue. A family friend made this video and posted it on You Tube. 

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Show Planning

third edition Calif. nv. vrh.doc Download this file Things have changed dramatically in the versatililty world since the EHM virus has surfaced. Here is Debby Sanguinetti’s third edition of her schedule. However, it does not contain two key shows: The … Continue reading

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Back from Ashland, Oregon

As usual, I can’t seem to resist a few family photos. We just returned from a family favorite hangout…..the Ashland Shakespeare Festival. It certainly lived up to all our expectations. We saw six outstanding productions…three Shakespeare and three from other … Continue reading

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Eastern Montana is floating away!

…..and so is northern Wyoming. Please think of my family and send thoughts of “no rain” in that direction. Our family ranch is located just yards away from the Tongue River. And my brother’s training facility is along a very … Continue reading

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