The April 16 meeting of the San Juan Back Country Horsemen features Marcie Dyer presenting “Trail Riding Safely — Stories and Tips.”
Also, enjoy an unveiling of member Tiffany Linford’s “Trail Clearing for Dummies.”
Come to the Extension Building to share this program and socialize with a light supper. Doors open at 6 p.m. A business meeting and the program will begin by 6:30. The public is always welcome.
Marcie Dyer has a horse facility east of Bayfield. She boards, trains and rides client horses, as well as working cattle and livestock in the high country. She’s been riding all of her life, and began riding with her father, who was a Tevis Cup winner (the 100-mile, one-day race over the Sierras). Her “Stories and Tips” come from this lifetime of experience.
Tiffany Linford is a new BCH member who moved here late last fall from Idaho with two small children and her husband. Her horse is coming in May. You’ll enjoy Tiffany’s program, showing how all of us can learn and practice how to keep our trails maintained and open for riding.
SJBCH is a chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of America. Look at our website, www. sjbch.org, or contact email@example.com for more complete information and contact numbers.