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Attention all horse people! On May 1, the Emily Griffith Center at the Rifle Fairgrounds will be holding their first annual Trails to Trust Gymkhana!

This is a wonderful family event that allows riders of all levels to compete for wonderful prizes on horseback.

If you have never ridden in a gymkhana, you must come and experience this wonderful event.



An example of the fun: Keyhole and flag race, barrel race and pair barrel racing, pole bending, roping, relays, egg and spoon race, command classes, and sit a buck.

We will have a junior rodeo (for the little ones) with a stick horse race, roping contest and Billy the Rubber Bull! Silent auction, used tack sale and food booth. Please load up the kids and horses and come have a fun family day at the Rifle Fairgrounds.



Lori Bennett,

volunteer,

Emily Griffith Center


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