Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation
Here we go, as our busy Rodeo season has officially started. On March 31, we helped with a “Day on the Range” for the Boys and Girls Club. We volunteered in conjunction with the Rangerettes, to help about 60 children learn the western way of life, while having lots of fun. This was a half a day event at Latigo, and we really enjoyed having the kids out. Next we are off to promote the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo at several different rodeos coming up. There will still be our normal practice schedule which you can see on Latigo website. Our performances will include Cripple Creek, Manassa, Estes Park, Burlington, and our very own Pikes Peak or Bust. We will be very busy in parades and performances in May, June and July.
Thank you to everyone involved in getting us a Pivot trailer that carries all of our gear, plus three horses. Now one person can bring everything we need to our events and not have to pull two trailers. This trailer has been a lifesaver to bring all our stuff to each performance.
Please also remember the Rendezvous at Latigo is April 29, 2017 at Latigo. Go online to www.atlatigo.com and register to join us for a great evening. There is going to be good times had at this event, and it is also a fundraiser to keep Latigo moving forward.
See you at the next rodeo,
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To instill the core values of The Cowboy Way in the youth of our community through exposure, mentoring and leadership in equestrian and agricultural activities.