Kearney Saddle Club

Kearney, Missouri

HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE KEARNEY SADDLE CLUB

DUES AND LIABILITY RELEASE FORM MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE ACCESS TO THIS SITE IS APPROVED.

To sign up on this website, please click on the link below titled "Liability Release Form", print the form, fill out completely, and mail the form along with your annual membership dues to:

KEARNEY SADDLE CLUB

% Linda Engelmann

805 Melrose Lane

Liberty, MO  64068

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES:

Individual - $15.00

Couple - $20.00

Family - $25.00

To print Liability Release Form, click on link below:

Liability Release Form.pdf

KSC Constitution.pdf

Trail Riding Etiquette.pdf

2018-2019 OFFICERS

 

President:

Lynn Crader

 

Vice President:

Ann Hightower

 

Secretary:

Donna Taylor

 

Treasurer:

Linda Engelmann

 

Historian:

Cat Grisham

 

Trail Boss:

Kathy Lindsey

  

BOARD of DIRECTORS

  

Cindy Holmes  2016-2018

Ruth Franklin  2016-2018

Pam Swearingin  2017-2019

Bud Wackerle  2017-2019

Julie Murphy  2018-2020

Kathy Carlyle  2018-2020

 

"JUST A HORSE"

From an email received from Suzie Guardado

 

 

 

Note to Members, archived front page articles are saved as a blog on my page (Linda Gonzales)  if you want to go back and review anything. 

 
 
 

CARING CORNER

April 13 - Brian Holmes' father, David, passed away at the age of 82.  Please keep Brian and Cindy's family in your prayers.

March 4 - Monique Irmen's father, Gary Ruben, passed away at the age of 94.  Please keep Monique and her family in your prayers.

February 17 - Barb Neal's mother, Mary, passed away.  Please keep Barb and her family in your prayers.

If you know of someone in the club who's going through health issues or a loss in the family, let us know so that members may send cards and prayers. Please contact Linda Gonzales or Pam Swearingin.

ITEMS OF INTEREST

 
 
TIRE MONITORING SYSTEM
 
 
 
EQUISEARCH NEWS 

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USRider is a nationwide roadside assistance plan created especially for equestrians. It includes standard features such as flat-tire repair, battery assistance and lock-out services, plus towing up to 100 miles and roadside repairs for tow vehicles and trailers with horses, emergency stabling, veterinary referrals and more.

USRider has an extensive equine travel safety area posted at www.usrider.org. This area contains a checklist of items you shouldn’t leave home without, a list of vet-recommended contents for first aid kits, trailer maintenance tips and much more.

For more information about USRider, visit them online at www.usrider.org or call 1-800-844-1409.

http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/b55fd038#/b55fd038/1  March 2012

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