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Every horse every where.
Sharing a piece of my heaven ❤️
Rodeo Life Probs
Yes. So much yes.
A happy reminder!
Hmmmmm. Better check.
Off the hoof...
Just do the next right thing.
Such a good outlook for what we are all facing right now.
Surviving this crisis will take a shift in mindset, and that’s tougher than we think - especially when we’re afraid.
Fear and anxiety can drive us to become very self-focused. This global pandemic is a real case of “getting sick together” or “staying well together.”
Our choices affect everyone around us. There is no such thing as “individual risk” or “individual wellness.”
This is the ultimate reminder that we are inextricably connected to each other. Turning away from collective action right now - as tempting as it is - will only generate more pain.
Owning and embracing our global interconnectedness (from a safe distance) and thinking about others as we make choices is, ironically, our only path to safety for ourselves and the people we love.
We can all get really sh*tty really fast when we’re afraid. I get it. I’m using deep breaths along with my personal mantra: ” Try to be scared without being scary.” Feel free to borrow both - they can help.
It’s also really normal for everyone to be on our nerves: The people who aren’t following the rules, the 10-second hand washers, etc. I get that too. TRUST ME.
But, like it or not, we just can’t give up on people. We’re all we have.
Stay awkward, brave, and kind. Love each other. Spread calm.
Canby tack sale cancelled...
Sad news for Northwest horse owners. :(
March 12, 2020
Last night the Governor of Oregon announced a ban on all gatherings over 250 people effective immediately for a period of four weeks. This leaves us with no choice but to cancel the 2020 Northwest Horse Fair & Expo scheduled for March 20-22 in Albany, Oregon. It is an unavoidable but heartbreaking turn of events for all of us involved.
We know this leaves many of you with questions. Please be patient with our office as we navigate the logistics this involves. We will continue to communicate and have more solid answers for you in the upcoming days. We appreciate your patience during this time.
Mark your calendars for March 26-28, 2021 and plan to enjoy the Northwest Horse Fair & Expo again.
Judith Anne Cloe
Owner, Northwest Horse Fair & Expo
Get your tickets soon!
Be sure to get your pre-sale tickets for the Northwest Horse Fair & Expo March 20-22 in Albany, OR at these locations:
Wilco Stores - all OR locations and Vancouver, WA
Grange Co-Op - all locations
Linn Co. Fair & Expo Center, Albany
Brim's Farm & Garden, Astoria
Country Farms & Ranch, Creswell
Old Mill Feed & Garden, Dallas
The Feed Corral, Newport
Out West Farm & Ranch, Philomath
Pleasant Hill Feed, Pleasant Hill
Ag West Supply, Rickreall
Douglas County Farmers Coop, Roseburg
Double H Ranch & Feed, Salem
McKenzie Feed & Saddlery, Springfield
Toledo Feed & Seed, Toledo
True. What you tell yourself is more important than what others tell you.
Just be you.
Morning Mantra: “Be yourself, the world will adjust.” Don’t worry if being your authentic self causes others to pull away, they are not your tribe. Some people won’t love you no matter what. Others will not STOP loving you no matter what you do. Go where the love is. #BeUnapologeticallyYou #BeHappy #BeHorsey #BeHippie #HorseHippie #MorningMantra #InspirationalQuotes
#buckaroocrew #carsonjames #horsetv #truth
I do my own thing, that's what I'm good at! 🌵🌻🌵
This is perfect.
Looks like there’s lots of great stuff at the expo this year. Have you been or are you going?
That's a wrap on a fabulous Day 1 here at the Clark County Event Center.✔️We're back bright and early tomorrow morning at 9am for a jam-packed Saturday. Goodnight Clark County. 😴
I mean I’d we HAVE to stock up ..... lol
Try not to panic buy, people... 😂🤣🧻🐎🐎🐎
@albertafarmlife on twitter
Oh my! Yes! We can’t wait.
Check out what’s ahead this weekend and don’t miss it!
Click here to view this video from kptv.com.
We are sometimes sorrel, sometimes buckskin. How about you?
So, who’s going? It’s going to be a big event with lots to see! This Friday!!
Don’t forget about this one too!
We have confirmed ALL Wilco stores now have their tickets and brochures for the Northwest Horse Fair & Expo
Want to win tickets??? Check this out!
🔔 TICKET GIVEAWAY - 4️⃣ Days Till Expo! 🔔
Here's your chance to win two FREE ADMISSION TICKETS!
To enter, SHARE this post and COMMENT below who/what you're excited to see at our 10th Anniversary Celebration. Two winners will be announced on Thursday. GO! 🐎
Workin on it!
Check out this great organization and donate if you can.
Greetings from Addie Wickliffe
I have been helping my Dad with CEVC for many years and have met many people that ask my Dad for recommendations of great Non-profit horse programs and rescues to give charitable donations. There are many wonderful programs in the Pacific Northwest. But, I would like to tell you about one that I'm involved in. I am a wrangler for Butte Creek Venture Crew 492.
Butte Creek Scout Ranch is located in Scotts Mills, OR and is a unique experience that gives kids the skills to develop their relationship with horses and as a result, life. As a wrangler, it is my job to educate, inspire and grow these individuals plus look after and help train the eighty horses that live at the ranch.
During the first 2 weeks of March the scout ranch has a fundraiser called Ride-a-thon. In previous years, this fundraiser has raised enough money to build a covered riding arena. With the completion of this riding arena Butte Creek was able to start a program working with young kids. It is called Little Buckaroos and focuses on scouts 7-10 years old. Many of these kids have never seen or touched a real horse before and are transformed by this experience. This program is definitely one of my favorite programs offered at Butte creek because I get to see these shy, timid kids transform into independent, little riders who are not afraid to step up to exciting new challenges.
The money that Butte Creek Venture Crew 492 collects this year will be used to create a new tack crafting/repair workroom and improvements on the new cookhouse.
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation for Ride-a-thon? Please contact me and I can mail you more information.
Morning Mantra: “What you believe, you become.” What are we besides our thoughts? Think of yourself as the wisest, gentlest, kindest, smartest, most beautiful being on Earth. What we think we create, what we feel we attract, what we imagine we become. #BeKindToYourself #BeHappy #BeHorsey #BeHippy #HorseHippie #MorningMantra #InspirationalQuotes
Oh so true.
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