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Horsin’ Around

by Linda Fisher EVERYONE needs to fill out a new boarding agreement.  It is basically the same but I want EVERYONE to come up and sign the new one.  If you want to set an appointment, that works.  Thank you all for boarding here at Kenlyn. It is so cool when I see a boarder call their horse in the field and they come running over to the gate (and are rewarded with a treat).  Many horses have now figured that out so when people go to the gate, many come running over.  It is actually causing a problem when people go to get their horses or put them away.  Please don't feed your horse treats at the boarder field gates.  It is causing a dangerous situation with crowding, kicking, and possible escapes.  Both people and their horses can get injured in this tight corner area.  THANKS for following this New Rule. With this New Rule in mind, I was thinking of having a Potluck Lunch &Meeting in the Gazebo on July 29 at noon to go over basic rules, complaints, suggestions, ideas and concerns.  I will provide both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and the table service for the pot luck.  Come up and meet the new boarders and share your concerns.  If anyone is interested in having special activities, they can be brought up at that time.  This is YOUR BARN so let's all get together to make it work the best. We used to have a lot of involvement and fun times with games such as Poker Rides, Halloween Parties, Barn Parties, etc.  Without a lot of help and enthusiasm/ participation from the boarders, these events have, over the years, disappeared.  I'd like input if they are worth resurrecting.  Clinics were a popular request in the past and we had many but people need to be interested to make them happen.  Put your thinking caps on and come meet new boarders. Kenlyn Diva (Kenlyn Psyclone x Kenlyn Destiny) – photo by Jennifer Buxton Nefertiti’s foal photo by Jennifer Buxton

What’s Happening

July 12, 19, 26 Young horse handling sessions 6 pm:  Open to anyone wanting to help train them to lead, tie, be touched all over, load in the trailer, etc. Sometimes we will lead them off the property for a baby walk. July 29, Pot luck& meeting 12 noon:     See Horsin’ Around. August 7, Full moon trail ride 9 pm:    Come enjoy the conversations with other barn friends as we watch the moon rise.  This walking pleasure ride has been a tradition for many years!  This full moon is called the Sturgeon Moon. August 2, 9, 23 Young horse handling sessions 6 pm:  Open to anyone wanting to help train them to lead, tie, be touched all over, load in the trailer, etc. Sometimes we will lead them off the property for a baby walk.

Board Price Change

See Farm Page

Parking along 10th Ave

This was copied from the Sept-Oct 2015 newsletter:  “All boarders will now need to park in our main lot or along the 10th Avenue wooden pole fence.  We will be able to park more vehicles there if they are pulled in on the diagonal angle.  Please don't pull in bumper to bumper, or straight into the fence.  Both ways will make leaving more difficult.  The Aurora Street Department has been notified that we will be doing this.”

The Last Ride

By Linda Price As some of you may know, the weekend before July 4th was the last Shamrock Endurance ride.  I have been going to that ride since 2005 when I rode Kenlyn Muscatella all three days in the limited distance division for a total of 90 miles.  I looked back over the years and realized I have ridden a few Kenlyn horses at Shamrock besides Muscatella:  Kenlyn Irish Rose, Kenlyn Wallowa, Kenlyn Gambler, and Kenlyn Fandango.  All were great horses to ride.  It was fun to see Muscatella do all three days again this year with Linda Fisher’s granddaughter, Samantha, riding her. The scenery on this ride is always great and I will always remember the lone tree on the horizon as I am riding along and the LONG gravel road to base camp.  The dinners and awards were something to write home about.  The ride manager, Susie Schomburg, and all her volunteers always made the ride one you wanted to return to. Shamrock, you will forever be in my memories.

New Boarders

May Rick DaSilva – Storm Chaser Shannon DeSilva–Hail Bop

Trainers

Sarah Jarvis Cell: 970-443-2957 e-mail: srhjarvis@gmail.com www.InfiniteEquestrian.com

Real Estate

If you are looking to buy or sell a home or even thinking about getting some horse property, please contact Denise Fisher and she would be willing to help you in the process. Cell (303) 809-5093. www.DeniseSellsColorado.com 

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What’s Happening

July 12, 19, 26 Young horse handling sessions 6 pm:  Open to anyone wanting to help train them to lead, tie, be touched all over, load in the trailer, etc. Sometimes we will lead them off the property for a baby walk. July 29, Pot luck& meeting 12 noon:     See Horsin’ Around. August 7, Full moon trail ride 9 pm:    Come enjoy the conversations with other barn friends as we watch the moon rise.  This walking pleasure ride has been a tradition for many years!  This full moon is called the Sturgeon Moon. August 2, 9, 23 Young horse handling sessions 6 pm:  Open to anyone wanting to help train them to lead, tie, be touched all over, load in the trailer, etc. Sometimes we will lead them off the property for a baby walk.

Horsin’ Around

by Linda Fisher EVERYONE needs to fill out a new boarding agreement.  It is basically the same but I want EVERYONE to come up and sign the new one.  If you want to set an appointment, that works.  Thank you all for boarding here at Kenlyn. It is so cool when I see a boarder call their horse in the field and they come running over to the gate (and are rewarded with a treat).  Many horses have now figured that out so when people go to the gate, many come running over.  It is actually causing a problem when people go to get their horses or put them away.  Please don't feed your horse treats at the boarder field gates.  It is causing a dangerous situation with crowding, kicking, and possible escapes.  Both people and their horses can get injured in this tight corner area.  THANKS for following this New Rule. With this New Rule in mind, I was thinking of having a Potluck Lunch &Meeting in the Gazebo on July 29 at noon to go over basic rules, complaints, suggestions, ideas and concerns.  I will provide both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and the table service for the pot luck.  Come up and meet the new boarders and share your concerns.  If anyone is interested in having special activities, they can be brought up at that time.  This is YOUR BARN so let's all get together to make it work the best. We used to have a lot of involvement and fun times with games such as Poker Rides, Halloween Parties, Barn Parties, etc.  Without a lot of help and enthusiasm/ participation from the boarders, these events have, over the years, disappeared.  I'd like input if they are worth resurrecting.  Clinics were a popular request in the past and we had many but people need to be interested to make them happen.  Put your thinking caps on and come meet new boarders.

Board Price Change

See Farm Page

Parking along 10th Ave

This was copied from the Sept-Oct 2015 newsletter:  “All boarders will now need to park in our main lot or along the 10th Avenue wooden pole fence.  We will be able to park more vehicles there if they are pulled in on the diagonal angle.  Please don't pull in bumper to bumper, or straight into the fence.  Both ways will make leaving more difficult.  The Aurora Street Department has been notified that we will be doing this.”

The Last Ride

By Linda Price As some of you may know, the weekend before July 4th was the last Shamrock Endurance ride.  I have been going to that ride since 2005 when I rode Kenlyn Muscatella all three days in the limited distance division for a total of 90 miles.  I looked back over the years and realized I have ridden a few Kenlyn horses at Shamrock besides Muscatella:  Kenlyn Irish Rose, Kenlyn Wallowa, Kenlyn Gambler, and Kenlyn Fandango.  All were great horses to ride.  It was fun to see Muscatella do all three days again this year with Linda Fisher’s granddaughter, Samantha, riding her. The scenery on this ride is always great and I will always remember the lone tree on the horizon as I am riding along and the LONG gravel road to base camp.  The dinners and awards were something to write home about.  The ride manager, Susie Schomburg, and all her volunteers always made the ride one you wanted to return to. Shamrock, you will forever be in my memories.

New Boarders

May Rick DaSilva – Storm Chaser Shannon DeSilva–Hail Bop

Kenlyn Trainers

Sarah Jarvis Cell: 970-443-2957 e-mail: srhjarvis@gmail.com www.InfiniteEquestrian.com Real Estate If you are looking to buy or sell a home or even thinking about getting some horse property, please contact Denise Fisher and she would be willing to help you in the process. Cell (303) 809-5093. www.DeniseSellsColorado.com  Kenlyn Diva (Kenlyn Psyclone x Kenlyn Destiny) – photo by Jennifer Buxton Nefertiti’s foal photo by Jennifer Buxton