Wow! What an EXCELLENT turnout we had for our first practice of the winter season! We had so many new faces in the crowd, and our boxing practices were a real hit! We finished up somewhere around 6:30pm last night. Which unfortunately, didn’t leave us any time for sorting! We would like to apologize to those of you who did show up to sort. Please be on the lookout for an email from us. HUGE thank you to those of you who helped set up and tear down yesterday. It’s a ton of work, but not so bad when we’ve got extra hands! And for our turnback and herd holders, THANK YOU! It’s not easy to be stuck in the pen all day, especially if you’re also practicing a horse. Please feel free to send us a message, either on Facebook or email, if you have any questions, comments or concerns. We’d love to get some feedback on what you all thought of the practice! It was a long day, but a whole lotta fun!!!!
February 23 PRACTICE (start time 10:30am)
May 19 (SUNDAY)
THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 SPONSORS!
Cuttin’ Loose Club wishes to thank our sponsors for their
generous support as we begin the 2019 season.
Sponsors are the key to our Club’s success and are very much appreciated by everyone connected with the club.
Please give a big shout-out to:
- Premier Level
Cutting Edge Financial - Platinum Level
Robin and Gordon - Gold Level
Budget Auto Wrecking - Gold Level
Equina USA, Sara Perkins - Gold Level
Joe Jones Training - Silver Level
Sojak Insurance Services, Cheryl Sojak - Silver Level
Thank you again for your generous sponsorship!!
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.