The Leon Historical Society would like to thank the following for all the hard work they did for our first American Quarter Horse Association Trail Challenge Family Event.
They include: Heather Oakes, Enchanted Oaks Equestrian Center; Mike and Stacy Riley, Riley Creekside Farm; Mike Becker, Leon highway supervisor. Judges Kaleena Rodrigaet, Sue Waite and Sandra Williams as well as Andrea Baldwin and Mollie Cotton for registrations.
Music was provided by Sue Abers, Pine Valley school offered bleachers with John Bromley hauling them over. A tent was provided by Daryl Oakes logging.
Luke Reinbold provided a horsemanship clinic while Cal Baker presented the "Easter Lily Miniature Horse Show" and Wander in-River Ranch wagon rides were done by Lenny and Luke Brainard.
Leon Fire Commissioners gave us the use of grill and Butch Ellis, fire commissioner, Fred Filock, fire commissioner and Town Board member and Chris Ellis, fireman, helped cook.
A thanks to Amish community for all their donations as well as volunteers from Leon Historical Society!
Our sponsors were: Rabers Machine Shop, Rabers Stables and Tack, Rabers Blacksmith Shop, Flat Iron Leather Shop, M & M Nylon Harness Shop, NYP Management Co, Inc., Harry Austin Milling, Inc., Nutrena Feeds, Stagecoach West, Rodgers & Sons and Zahm and Matson, Inc.
Last of all, a heart-felt thanks to all riders! Looking forward to seeing everyone next year at the second American Quarter Horse Association Trail Challenge Family Event on Sept. 28, 2013.
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