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Historic Saddle Club News | Dec. 20, 2022

The Historic Saddle Club is 75 years old this year, with the charter establishing the club signed in September of 1947.  We celebrated this monumental event during our 2022 Award Banquet by having our Oldest Active Member Juanita Baker and our Youngest Competing Member Morgan Fleming cut and serve two rather large birthday cakes.  Over 120 members enjoyed a slice of Birthday cake celebrating the Historic Saddle Club’s Seventy-Five years!

Kudos to our 2022 outgoing Board, each Board member received a HSC Board Member Silver belt concho and an Admiralship in recognition of the hours of Volunteering for our youth.

Board Members: Gaelan Lane, Becky Ulrich, Dani Winpegler, Sarah Zeiler, Chris Cannon, Heather Daniels, Joe Willingham, Travis Erdman, Bill Bennett, Bonnie Campbell

Outgoing Historic Saddle Club Board. Courtesy Photo

Bit & Spur 4-H, Leader Juanita Baker announced the first 4-H meeting will be Thursday January 26th 2023 at 7pm at the Historic Saddle Club House, do not bring your horses.

Congratulations to our Historic Saddle Club 2022 Year-End Horse Show Winners

Jr Horse Year-End Tracy Ricker

PeeWee Year-End Nicole Fleming

Junior Year-End Kaycee Fleming

Intermediate Year-End Memphis Erdman followed so closely by Miranda Smith, both competitors were at both shows

Senior Year-End Emmie Dedic

Adult Year End Craig Schadwinkel

We had a wonderful sponsor assist us in setting up a new award this year which we hope to continue, this is The Youth Ambassador Saddle Award, A saddle certificate valued at $2,000 or more will be awarded to the Youth member with the highest number of points earned throughout the 2022 year’s Historic Saddle Club activities.  Participating by either preparing for, helping during, cleaning up, or competing in Historic Saddle Club events earns the member points. simple rules, the youth did have to nominate so we knew who we need to track for points.

Our 2022 Youth Ambassadors with over 15 points were: Sterling and Weston Cannon, Lyla Swenson, Morgan, Nicole, and Kaycee Fleming, Madelyn and Natalie Zeiler, Riley and Brecken Ricker, Leah Cerny, Erin Daniels, and Memphis Erdman

Todd Slone Saddle Certificates to winners are Leah Cerny winning the $2500 saddle certificate and Memphis Erdman wins the $1875 saddle certificate.

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