Dear CLCOW Friends,
I would like to thank all of you for your attendance at our General Meeting on the 19th of Nov. It was so nice seeing and talking with old friends and new ones. Great meeting and we all got a lot done.
We are happy to announce a few changes and additions to our classes. Our Ranch horse class now has 2 divisions, the “Open Ranch Horse” on fresh cattle and a new “500 Novice/Novice Ranch Horse” class on re-run cattle. We are also adding a “Green/Green” class that will be on a single re-run cow. If your cow is bad you will receive a different cow. The 500 Novice/Novice Ranch Horse Class and the Green/Green class will allow training aides. Please check our Facebook page and Website for dates and other details. The CLCOW Rulebook will be updated soon with new classes and class descriptions. Also, the Winter Series will start at 9 AM instead of 8 AM.
My goal this year as President is to listen and learn about all our members and work together to grow our club and enjoy each other while showing our horses. We are working on something special for you at our first Summer Show. This Season 2018 will be a fun time for all our members. As members of Our Club we need to help each other and offer a helping hand to make sure our shows run smoothly. My plan is that we All enjoy our time at Our Shows. I’m very excited for our season to start and my hope is that everyone else feels the same excitement. Our membership has so many different special gifts that each person brings to share. Everyone is needed everyone is wanted.
See You All Soon with appreciation,
Gayle Wilkinson 253-820-2437
THE ONLY CUTTING HORSE CLUB IN
Cuttin’ Loose Club of Washington was organized in 1984 to promote the sport of cutting and cowhorses. As a non-profit organization CLCOW is dedicated to providing members with an affordable place to show their horses and participate in club sponsored clinics and practices. By offering classes for all levels of riders and horses we have something for everyone and we encourage member participation, good sportsmanship, and mutual respect among both our members and non-members.
Cutters must work together as teams to showcase the talents of these extraordinary animals, as a result many lasting friendships are built within the cutting community.