12 years old, black, 15 hand tall, good trail horse, anybody can ride, has been used as a lesson horse for new riders, good mommy, would make a good broodmare, good bloodlines. Foal not included. Asking $1000. For more info, contact Ruth Bales at (423)335-4776 or email@example.com.
Like new black gaited horse tree Big Horn Saddle. Bought new in early 2009 for $900, ridden only a few times at horse shows. 16″ padded seat. Excellent condition, Looks brand new. PLEASE CALL: (423) 921-6006 or (423) 921-2881. Priced for $500.
Black Blue Ribbon English Cutback Saddle with 21″ seat for sale. Included with saddle is a breast strap, bump seat, and saddle bag that the saddle goes in. Saddle is in excellent condition. It was cleaned after each ride. $650.
Black Western Show Saddle with breast strap and bridle for sale. Saddle has 16″ seat. This outfit has never been on a horse. $400.
For more information about either saddle, please call Pam at (423)288-7645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Racking “R” Stables are now accepting new boarders.
Well maintained 60 X 160 metal barn with both indoor and outdoor riding rings. Prices range from $60 for self board to $225 for full board.
Family owned and operated. Located in Church Hill. Please call for more information: Larry Rhoten at (423) 276-5008.
We’ve relocated the website to a new location. With the move, a couple of things have changed:
Everything should be working properly before the weekend. (This mainly means adding Paula as an administrator to everything, so she can keep up the wonderful work she has been doing for all this time.
If you happen to find something that’s broken, please email Richard so He can get it fixed ASAP.
Addendum: Paula is once again installed as adminstrator, and has already been busy adding several pictures to the site!
A. Many people have participated in making this web site. Paula Kilgore currently volunteers a great deal of her time keeping the site up-to-date and adding pictures shared by our wonderful members. Jimmy Stacy was instrumental in the first site, and is a regular contributor. Richard Hubbard provides for hosting and design, and still helps out from time to time when Paula gets out the whip.
The Board of Directors and our members decide on the general content and direction of the site.
This information comes from the Club Policy Summary of Coverage.
A: The annual meeting mentioned in the bylaws is a common feature of incorporated entities. It doesn’t mean that this is the only meeting that members MAY have; however, it is the only meeting they MUST have.
The law in most states mandates an actual meeting of the voting membership annually, and require this ‘annual meeting’ to be set forward in the articles of incorporation. Groups as diverse as the local telephone cooperative and civic groups, as well as multinationals, operate under the premise of an annual membership meeting.
Our member meetings, along with riding opportunities, will be posted here on The Hitching Post.
A: Yes. An association is an organized body of people who have an interest, activity, or purpose in common. As of January 2004, our Incorporation status was approved by the State of Virginia.
We are also a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The CPA who aided us in this is David Jackson of David Jackson and Associates, P.C. The lawyer aiding us is Sherry Lee Wilson of Nickelsville, Virginia.
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We affiliate with various sanctioning bodies when we hold our show events. Current show affiliates, if any, are listed here.
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Paula Kilgore maintains this site.
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