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Showing & Gaming / Wednesday Summer Gymkhana Fun! June & July
« Last post by Admin on June 13, 2012, 02:32:39 PM »

              Wednesday Summer Gymkhana Fun!
                   June 6, 20 & 27th, July 11, 18 & 25
                        August 25th All Day Playday
                                Fairgrounds 6-9 pm



Sponsored by 4-H Horse Council.  3 Events, barrels, poles & keyhole.  Awards, double points during August.  $10 per night.  IHC members may download the information flyer below (download area will not display to visitors).
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Trail riding & Endurance / Midnight Sun Competitive Trail Ride, July 23
« Last post by Admin on June 13, 2012, 02:05:59 PM »

Midnight Sun Competitive Trail Ride
Saturday, June 23, 2012
North Pond, North Pole, Alaska


6 miles of trail, 6 judged trail obstacles.  Ride at your own pace.

Family oriented horsey fun.  Come for the day, or horse camp with us the entire weekend!  Ribbons & prizes, and all proceeds to go benefit Alaska Equine Rescue.


IHC members may download the information flyer below (download area will not display to visitors).
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Showing & Gaming / Dressage Show, July 14
« Last post by Admin on June 13, 2012, 01:48:28 PM »
IHC members may download the information flyer below:
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Showing & Gaming / Jammies Jamboree Horse Show, July 6-8
« Last post by Admin on June 13, 2012, 12:34:27 PM »
Jammies Jamboree Horse Show
Tanana Valley Fair Grounds
Fri-Sun, July 6-8
   
This horse show will feature riders wearing pajamas during all events. We encourage our audience to do the same in support of the Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska (BCDC). 

There will be a Christian based “Sermon on Horseback”, potluck, silent and oral auctions for artwork and other items, pony rides, live music, food, and much more.
 
Entries appreciated by July 3rd so appropriate time can be allocated for each class.  Most classes $5. 

Sandy Davis is a local horsewoman with breast cancer.  She has used BCDC’s services and is currently receiving radiation treatment.  Our goal is to raise money to help Sandy and other women through the BCDC. 

The Breast Cancer Detection Center (BCDC) opened in 1976 to provide mammograms to Interior Alaskan women, regardless of ability to pay.  BCDC is a 501(c) (3) public charity whose mission is to increase awareness and boost survival rates with early detection.  They do this by delivering screening services and educational programs throughout the State of Alaska.  Mobile mammography was introduced in 1995.  In 2011, BCDC purchased a 33 foot Freightliner coach equipped with the latest digital full-field mammography technology.  This provides the same state-of-the-art mammography offered by BCDC at their clinic, throughout Fairbanks, the City of North Pole, along Alaska's roadways, and areas accessible through the state ferry and barge systems. 

For more information on BCDC go to
http://www.bcdcofalaska.org.  IHC members may download the show schedule below (download area will not display to visitors).
 
Show contact is Jenny Rosetti,
imlopin@hotmail.com
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Trail riding & Endurance / Greatland Trail Riding Clinic, June 15-17, 2012
« Last post by Admin on June 12, 2012, 04:45:29 PM »


                                                 Greatland Trail Riding Clinic
                                 Tom and Levi Jones, Clinicians
                                          June 15-17,2012
                                         North Pole, Alaska


Tom and Levi Jones are a father and son team from Falls City, Nebraska. They trail ride daily and their focus is on rider and animal safety.  There will be a trail ride on day #2 for riders to practice what they learned and enjoy a day on the trail.

For novice thru experienced riders.

Topics:

    *  Safety, Safety, Safety
    *  Tack and equipment
    *  Proper conditioning for riders and mules/horses
    *  Packing (Gear and Game)
    *  Trail first aid and equipment failure
    *  Hobbling/trail restraint
    *  Handling different terrain, obstacles, and water
    *  Trail etiquette


Day 1 :  Demonstration and practice
Day 2:   Trail Ride
Day 3:   Demonstration, short ride, question and answer and if time, basic roping

Contact:     Joni Simpson
                  P. 0. Box 84213
                  Fairbanks, AK 99708
                  (907) 460-6634

Forum members may download the registration form here:
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Miscellaneous / Driving Clinic - Fairbanks June 9 & 10
« Last post by Admin on March 24, 2012, 07:06:10 PM »

              FRASER DRIVING CLINIC
 
                      BUTTE                             May 30 & 31
                      KENAI                             June 2 & 3
                      ANCHORAGE                  June 5 & 6
                      FAIRBANKS                    June 9 & 10


Limited to 10 students per clinic - $350 per person
Overnight stabling is available for additional fees
Auditors welcome for $25/day
 
Pre-registration is required, fees are due by April 10th (to cover travel costs for the clinicians)
A minimum of FOUR participants is required for each location to ensure cost coverage
 
Contact Angelia Trujillo at (907) 223-2180 or angelia.trujillo@gmail.com
Please put “driving clinic” in the subject line of your email!!
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News / Announcements / How-Tos / Terms of Use
« Last post by Admin on January 16, 2012, 03:38:52 PM »

These forums are intended for members of the Interior Horse Council, although anyone is welcome to browse.

Forum moderators can and will remove topics or responses deemed inappropriate and ban the member who made such posts.

One strike and you're out.  No warning will be given, your posts will simply be deleted and your login permission terminated. 

What qualifies as inappropriate?

This includes, but is not limited to, posts containing:

  • links to sites containing nothing but commercial advertising
  • links to porn sites of any kind - legal or otherwise
  • vulgar language
  • personal disparagement of anyone. Period.
Topics posted to any board or category may be moved to a more pertinent forum location at the discretion of the moderator(s).
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News / Announcements / How-Tos / Forum Etiquette
« Last post by Admin on January 16, 2012, 03:37:53 PM »

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News / Announcements / How-Tos / Moderator help
« Last post by Admin on January 16, 2012, 03:03:33 PM »



Help for Moderators:
By default, SMF gives permission for all members to edit the posts that they have made, including deleting posts.  Moderators can also edit & delete posts.  Typically posts would be modified to correct typos or correct information, and posts would be deleted if they are spam, or have nothing substantial to add.
If a topic has been posted that does not relate well to the subject, it can be relocated to a (existing) more appropriate board or split off to a different topic.   Similarly, topics that are closely related to the same subject can be merged



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