President: Sharon Richardson 8907 Hierba Road Agua Dulce, CA 91390 (661) 268-0754 [email protected]
Vice President: Larry Hall 831 S 4th Ave La Puente, CA 91746 (626) 333-6725 [email protected]
Secretary: Kathleen Ungamrung 1712 Locust Street Pasadena, CA 91106 (626) 590-6972 [email protected]
Treasurer: John Richardson 8907 Hierba Road Agua Dulce, CA 91390 (661) 268-0754 [email protected]
Scribe: Art Monde 325 W. Third Street #332 Burbank, CA 91502 (818) 845-9851
Past President: Gwen Allen 1547 Soledad Canyon Road Acton, CA 93510-2405 (661) 269-0465 [email protected]
Membership Secretary: Carole Norris 9732 Monte Carlo Circle Huntington Beach, CA 92646 (714) 962-0874 [email protected]
COMING EVENTS September 16 September 25 October 9 - 10 October 24 November 6 - 12 November 18 December 4 December 19
General Meeting Mulligan Stew Ride Trail Ride Planning Meeting / LeChene See Flyer on Page 11 Hideaway (Sylmar) Death Valley (ETI) General Meeting / Elections Christmas Basement Party Christmas Ride (Griffith Park)
A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION Dedicated to equine Legislation, Good Horsemanship, the Acquisition and Preservation of Trails
WE WON! National ETI’S contest for best bulletin and best Web-site! Ya Hoo! It’s nice to be recognized when one works so hard on a project. Julie Price, our Web-master, lives in Oxnard and still continues to keep up her wonderful job on the Web. Thank you so much Julie! Art Monde our scribe is going to step down because he doesn’t work on the computer. Art has been our scribe for many years and has been a 22 member for decades. Art is 83 years young and is sharp as a tack! Whenever I need a question answered, I ask Art! He is amazing. He will continue to be our delegate. Thank you Art for all your many years of service to Corral 22! Board member, Irene Scott volunteered to be our scribe! “All right I twisted her arm just a little.” Thanks Irene. I want to remind everyone that our Trail Ride Planning Meeting is coming up! So if we have to have a meeting, let’s have fun doing it! We’ll have a ride on October 9th around 1:00PM. The ride will be around three hours. Back at the ranch we’ll have a BBQ, beverages and desert. The meeting will follow afterwards. We have some very exciting rides planned so far! Have some ideas for new rides - come join us! On Sunday we’ll caravan over to Le Chene for brunch! The Le Chene Ride is open to guests. Members are responsible for their guests. They must see to it that waivers and single membership fees are signed and collected and handed to me prior to the ride. We’ll have two rides going again provided the film company isn’t blowing up busses again!!! Eric Swain will be Trail Bossing the ride from Hierba and Craig Tognazzini will be Drag Rider. I will Trail Boss the ride from Le Chene and John will drag ride. This is a great time for all riding and non-riding members to get together and have a great visit at the famous French restaurant, Le Chene!!!
what’s new in ‘22’ Losses : Kaye Alleman passed away July 24th, 2010. We purchased our property from Frank and Kaye in 1986. Frank was a member of Corral 22 and a Trail Blazer. Kaye is survived by her husband Frank, son Randy and his wife Cindy, daughter Krisanne Caciola and her husband, Angelo, and son Rob and his wife Teresa. Our deepest sympathy goes to the family. Kathleen Ungamrung’s grandmother passed away. We’re very sorry Kat! Agnes Davenport’s mare Hazel had to be put down. Also, Meaghan’s Swain’s gelding, Kentucky, had to be put down. This is the saddest day for a horse owner. Our sympathy’s go out to these members! Brags: Peter Sherayko of Caravan West Productions is promoting the Second Edition of his book : Tombstone, The Guns And Gear. Gerry Onstott has a new motor home! What a beauty, complete with slide outs and everything!
Constatine and Michelle Mettalinos got married! The Greeks sure know how to party! Joyce Frazier bought a brand new horse trailer! Ellen Morris retired! Congratulations Ellen! Hilda Sharff is back to riding on her grey MFT! Welcome back Hilda! Hunter Tognazzini, ten years old, along with his younger brother Cody, seven years old, rode in the Agua Dulce parade. Good job boys! Volunteers that helped at the National ETI Convention were; Larry Hall our Vice President, Irene Scott/ board member; Joseph Matamoros; Kelly Dunphy; Elaine Macdonald, Karla Weber and Glory Fioramonti. Thanks guys, the greatest gift of all, is your TIME and we appreciate it! Karla Weber’s horse Indy won first place in the gaited class at the HDHA horse show ridden by Savanna Kraucharer!
Our next meeting will be held November 18th. Elections for 2011 Officers and Board Members will be held at this meeting. Mark your calendars and come out and join us! The meeting will be held at: Mi Casitas 8069 Foothill Blvd Sunland, CA Restaurant Phone (818) 352-5250
Memberships that expire in September are: Diana Barber, Lynda Clark, Mike & Ellen DeJarnette, Bob Hollowell, Jodie Marholz and Jim & Ruth Turner
Memberships that expire in October are: Jeff & Debbie Humphreys and Craig & Cindy Tognazzini
Please let Gwen or Carole know if you have not received your renewal notice.
Welcome Aboard Ray & Kym Wilkerson and Effi Mandler
Trail Ride Planning Meeting / LeChene Brunch Ride (October 9 –10) October 9th is open to all Corral 22 members. This is a Saturday ride. We will ride out of our ranch at 1:00PM for about three hours then back to the ranch for a delicious BBQ and beverages! The Trail Ride Planning Meeting will follow. This is a very important meeting where we will plan all our rides for the next year! At 10:00PM lights out because the next day we will caravan over to LeChene at 8:00AM. We'll start our ride at 9:00AM sharp! We'll be riding the back hills in Agua Dulce. There are moderate hills and some single track trails. When we arrive back at LeChene I'll ask you to please load up your horses to avoid any problems. Please pick up all manure that you see and leave it very clean please. LeChene is a very famous French restaurant with delicious food so you don't want to miss out. We always have a great time! You must have a reservation for this ride and it must be paid for by October 6th. We have room for you to spend the weekend here and a few corrals available. If you need directions, PLEASE call (661-268-0754) or email ([email protected]
). The address is 8907 Hierba Road, Agua Dulce, CA 91390.
Hideaway (Sunday, October 24th) Stage at Ranger Park and be in the saddle at 9:00 AM. It' will be about a three hour ride and we'll end up at the Hideaway Bar where we'll order Pizza for lunch around noon. Bring cash and a halter/lead to tie up for lunch. The ride back to the trailers will only be about a 1/2 hour. Directions from the Antelope Valley: EXIT OSBORNE ST/LAKE VIEW TERRACE. (go 0.3 miles); Turn LEFT onto FOOTHILL BLVD. (go 0.5 miles); Turn LEFT onto CLYBOURN AVE. (go 0.1 miles); Ranger Park staging area is the 1st driveway on the RIGHT. Directions from the San Gabriel Valley: EXIT OSBORNE ST. (go 0.2 miles); Turn RIGHT onto FOOTHILL BLVD. (go 0.4 miles); Turn LEFT onto CLYBOURN AVE. (go 0.1 miles); Ranger Park staging area is the 1st driveway on the RIGHT. Park in the dirt lot. Tiffanie Bailey (818) 352-1690
HORSIN’ AROUND Mt. Pinos (August 8, 2010) This was the first time I had ridden there. What a spectacular ride!! The hillsides were blanketed in red with an abundance of Indian Paint Brush. This was due to the heavy snowfall we had this year. Tiffanie Bailey, our Trail Coordinator, put this ride on along with Paul Anderson, who led the ride, and Joseph Matamoros who rode drag. They did a wonderful job as always. We had a great turn out with 25 riders enjoying the lovely weather and beautiful views. I was reluctant to drive so far for a ride and asked if it was worth it. I would definitely say YES, it was! We were joined by our friends from Corral 12 and Corral 138. It was great to see John Richardson riding again on his faithful steed Rocky. Also, joining us for the first time was Hilda Sharff, wife of Doran Sharff. Hilda is riding her grey Missouri Fox trotter, Misty. Thanks again to Tiffanie, Paul and Joseph for a great ride and to Irene Scott for handling the releases.
Happy Trails, Sharon
Hilda & Doran
The Group On The Scenic Trails Of Mt. Pinos
John & Sharon
Lunch Break at Sheep Camp
HORSIN’ AROUND Morro Bay (August 23 - 30, 2010) Our horse camping trip to Morro Bay was as spectacular as ever. We had great weather! It had been drizzling before we arrived and the campers before us were disappointed with their weather. We had guests from Corral 54; President Mary Kaufman and LJ Pope. From Corral 138, we had Wendie Hazlett, Sue Winters, Kelly and Tracy Kerby. John Richardson and Bill Pollard went deep sea fishing and we had delicious fish tacos for supper. The Pollards provided us with dinner one night that was a delicious Texas brisket along with Tina's famous potato salad! One of my favorite things to do besides riding on the beach is going out to dinner. Morro Bay has fabulous restaurants. We went out for fish and chips several times and of course a glass of wine. It's so much fun to dine and overlook the bay and watch the seals. The trails were in great shape thanks to all the volunteers. New trails were also put in which are always a treat to ride. It was great to see John Richardson back to riding on Rocky. Tina Pollard also rode Rocky on the beach. The DuBays and group went to the farmers market and shopped. Gerry Onstott went golfing one day. We had twenty-four people camping with us. For those of you that aren't aware of this, Chuck DuBay and John Richardson installed the new water system at Hazard Horse Camp. Before that the water was horrible containing high levels of manganese and iron. Some horses wouldn't drink it, which meant hauling in water. The equestrians joined together and donated money to have a new water system that is still in good working condition according to John. We sure appreciate all the hard work these men put into the water system.
Happy Trails, Sharon
John & Sharon
Ellen & Mike
Gerry Claire & Terry
Fish Taco Night Leaving Madrone Camp
HORSIN’ AROUND Mulligan Stew (September 25, 2010) Our first Mulligan Stew Ride held at the Shamrock T. in Agua Dulce was a great success! It was a little on the warm side, but we had a bit of a breeze which offset the heat. Our hosts were Craig and Cindy Tognizzini. We had around 18 riders and 15 non riders. Craig cooked the stew and Paul Anderson assisted. I must say the stew was the best yet! For those of you that didn’t come, you missed out! Tiffanie Bailey did a splendid job leading the ride through the hills on the south side of Agua Dulce. Brandie Belangeri and Tom Hill rode drag and kept the group together. Special thanks go to John Richardson and Mark Morris for running the beverage wagon. Thanks also go to Karen Yaeger and Ellen Morris for helping with the sign-ins. Later on the temperature cooled down and we played poker and 50-50. Thanks to Art Monde and Bill Pollard for running the poker game. Georgia Carter won the poker game! Ellen Morris did a splendid job selling the 50-50 tickets. Kym Wilkerson won the 50-50. Kym and her husband Ray Wilkerson joined Corral 22 along with Effie Mandler. WELCOME! I also want to thank Christina and Thomas Pechulis for shuttling the riders to the staging area. Thanks again to everyone especially Kathleen Ungamrung for speaking up and wanting to continue the annual Mulligan Stew Ride and for helping organize it.
Happy Trails, Sharon
Bill Pollard & Ellen Morris
Piper & Tiffanie
Up, Up, And Away — Eighteen Riders Departing The Shamrock T
John & Mark
Karla & Thomas
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FOR SALE: Quality Quarter Horses: Performance/working cattle, reining, cutting and trail horses. Call the J&M Ranch at (661) 269-1274. INFORMATION:
Visit http://www.horsewheels.net for truck and trailer reviews and articles about trailering safety and components. Howard Katz Editor and Publisher HorseWheels Magazine (909) 227-0202
FOR SALE: 3 Saddles for sale: 1) 16" Tucker Brand High Plains trail saddle $950 OBO 2) 16" Big Horn Brand Cordura (lightweight) black $450 OBO 3) 15" Longhorn Brand Barrel Racing saddle $450 OBO Pictures available....call Tiffanie at: (818) 352-1690
FOR SALE: Two year old TB for sale for $300 to a good home. She is not under saddle yet due to age. Really good personality easy to train. Selling due to lack of time. Contact Heather [email protected]
INFORMATION: Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency’s 20th Annual TRAIL WORK DAY; Saturday, October 16th. This years volunteer work-projects include completion of a NEW trail in Wildwood Park connecting Upper and lower Santa Rosa Trails and, Projects for families and Scout groups at the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden. ALL VOLUNTEERS are Welcome! For more information and updates call the Rangers office at (805) 3812741.
INFORMATION: Saturday, October 9 2010; ETI Corral 138 Red Rock Canyon Trail Ride Trail Leader; Steve Citron [email protected]
or (661) 264-4155; We will meet at 7:30A.M.. at the WINCO supermarket parking lot, south end Located at 10th Street West, and Ave. "K", in Lancaster. We will leave at 7:45A.M. sharp and caravan to the staging area at Red Cliffs.
INFORMATION: Sunday, October 24, 2010; ETI Corral 138 MONSTER MASH POKER RIDE Lunch included! --- Poker hands pulled before the rides. Dress in a costume, get another poker hand! Two hour ride or longer five hour ride both leave from Barrel Springs Arena, Palmdale Marcy (661) 270-0333 or [email protected]
INFORMATION: Saturday, November 6, 2010; ETI Corral 138 Obstacle Day Pot Luck at the Barrel Springs Arena; 1300 E Barrel Springs Rd. Palmdale CA 93550 You bring an obstacle and lunch to share great way to make friends; Not a competition – just a fun practice on a variety of obstacles. $10.00 for a full day of fun from 10:00A.M. to 3:00P.M.
FOR SALE: Tennessee Walker: He's pretty as a picture, quiet as a mouse, smooth as glass, sound as a dollar, loves people, likes to trailer, likes the shoer, takes a bath, gets a hair cut, stands as long as you want to visit. Stats: Registered, Gelding, 9 years old, 15-2 hands, Black, from Tennessee. What's wrong with him, you say? He needs trail lessons. Likes arena work, will sack out with anything, has been trained to gait, but not cantor (probably got spanked for doing it and breaking gait). Never rears or bucks. Asking only $1,000 to cover some maintenance expenses incurred so far. That's food, shoes and shots. Mary & Mike Nichols (661) 947-3083 FOR SALE: Tess is a gorgeous registered Spotted Saddle Horse! She's been everywhere and done everything (ocean, streams, mountains and desert). Tess is a former mounted police horse, completed "basic training" with California Mount Officers Assn. "Obstacles" do not faze her and she loves competitive trail trials. She is inquisitive, smart, and willing to please. We've been working on ground driving and she's even been hooked to the cart and loves it! She loves the grand kids! Bathes, clips, side passes, and loads herself! She is 15 hands, 17 years old, but doesn't look it or act it unless you ride her hard like 15 miles of mountains without conditioning her first. Since I now also ride as a volunteer forest ranger in the San Gorgonio mountains, I have replaced her with a younger horse for strenuous mountain riding. If you think you have a great home for her, come try her out. Asking $2500. Ben is a registered Morgan, a bay gelding. He's a former lesson horse for children and adults...professionally trained in English and Western. He's been used for some hunter-jumper and trail work as well. He's very soft and responsive with the cues. He's got more training than I know how to even ask him to do. I bought him to take dressage lessons, but decided to continue my driving lessons with a draft horse instead. Ben is 15 years old, 16 hands. He side passes on cue, and stands perfectly still for clipping and mounting, and loads himself. He doesn't buck rear, spin or any of that crazy stuff. He's a lovebug. Ben would make a super Pony Club horse or competitive 4H show horse. If you think you have a job for him, with a really good home, come try him out. Asking $2000. Pics and comments for both at the following: http://share.shutterfly.com/share/received/album.sfly?sid=0AZsmbZozZNWblI&startIndex=0&fid=2bbd64a7d924a65c6cbbd47cbb382743
For more information call Joyce Schetter, (619) 820-8329, (760) 242-2129, or email at [email protected]
Equestrian Trails, Inc. CORRAL 22
Le Chene Trail Ride SUNDAY, October 10, 2010 COME ALONG AND JOIN US FOR LUNCH AT LE CHENE RESTAURANT IN AGUA DULCE. RIDERS AND NON-RIDERS WELCOME. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GET TOGETHER AT A RENOWNED GOURMET FRENCH RESTAURANT AND ENJOY GOOD FOOD AND GREAT COMPANY! • • • • • • •
TWO TRAIL RIDE OPTIONS FIRST RIDE DEPARTS LE CHENE AT 9:00AM; SECOND RIDE DEPARTS FROM RICHARDSON’S AT 8:30AM APPROX 3 HOUR RIDES EACH TRAIL BOSS - SHARON RICHARDSON BOTH GROUPS WILL MEET UP ON THE TRAIL RIDERS LEAVING FROM RICHARDSON’S WILL RETURN THERE WITH A SHUTTLE TO TAKE YOU TO AND FROM THE RESTAURANT THOSE WITH BIG RIGS WHO PREFER NOT TO PARK AT LE CHENE CAN PARK AT THE RICHARDSON’S. PLEASE CONTACT SHARON IF YOU NEED CORRALS. LUNCH IS AT 1:00 (AT LE CHENE) FOR NONRIDERS
THIS IS A ‘RESERVATION ONLY’ RIDE WE MUST HAVE RESERVATIONS (and MONEY) BY OCTOBER 6th FOR BOTH RIDERS AND NON-RIDERS
HOUSE SALAD BREAST OF CHICKEN with MUSHROOM SAUCE or NEW YORK STEAK with BORDELAISE SAUCE POTATOES AU GRATIN VEGETABLES DE JOUR TEA or COFFEE NO HOST BAR
Cost is $25.00 per person. Non ’22’ Members are $5.00 additional and there is an additional $5.00 required for NonETI members.
STEAK ATTENDING AT
PER PERSON = $
CHICKEN ETI MEMBER (Y/N)
CHECK PAYABLE TO ETI CORRAL 22 and mail to 8907 Hierba Road, Agua Dulce, CA 91390-4559; (661) 268-0754