Snotcicle Ride 2013- Steel Horses for Real Horses

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  1. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Lust for dust.

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    Winter is here, despite the weather. :jkam
    That means it is time to start planning the 4th Annual Snotcicle Charity Ride: Steel Horses for Real Horses
    The date has been confirmed: Saturday January 19, 2013.

    Ride benefits Angel Horse Rescue and terminates in Inola, OK.

    Mark your calendars.:deal


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    Where: As we have done in the past, we'll meet at Angel Horse Rescue at 1pm for a lunch. (Bring some ca$h to cover your lunch)
    There may be pony rides for any kids that attend. This is DEFINITELY a family-friendly event.
    35399 South 4210 Road Inola, OK 74036
    Google MAP
    If necessary, contact Tamie 918-607-5983

    Why?: Basically this is an alternative to the lame kroozer Toy Run and other charity rides. This one benefits www.angelhorserescue.org in Inola, OK, and is a dual sport ride. But... we've had ALL types of bikes and riders participate and this is thouroughly encouraged. Tulsa Sportbike Riders have participated each year and we hope they continue to join us.:thumb

    How: We'll take a fun and scenic ride before (and potentially after) we convene at AHR in Inola. A core group of riders will meet for breakfast in Tulsa (EDIT: Tally's Cafe, 9am) and depart from there. Other groups of riders could do similar in Stillwater, OKC, NWA, or elsewhere.:evil

    Rules:
    1. No matter the weather, we ride
    2. Carry your donations (items for the horses and/or cash)
    2a. Try to get some donations or items from friends and family. Involve them if possible.
    3. Have a fun ride before and after

    Prevous years were very fun and successful. Thoughtful inmates and families have donated THOUSANDS of $ worth of supplies plus cash donations to AHR.


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    Here is the list of needed supplies which can be found at Atwoods, Southern Agriculture, Tractor Supply, etc.

    WORMERS:
    Paste
    Ivermectin (several brands - any are fine)
    Fenbendazole (Safeguard-very mild, good for incoming horses in poor physical condition)
    Combos (Equimax, Zimecterin Gold)

    Daily Pellets
    Strongid C 2X
    Continuex
    Equi Aid CW Continuous Wormer

    BUCKETS:
    8 quart
    20 quart

    MEDICATIONS / FIRST AID SUPPLIES:
    Vet wrap / bandaging tape
    Gauze rolls, pads, sponges - all sizes
    Granulex-V spray
    Wound sprays, ointments, salves, etc.
    Antiseptics (Chlorhexidine, Betadine, Providone Iodine, etc)

    SUPPLEMENTS:
    MSM (joints/arthritis & skin issues)
    ProBios (paste or powder, or any digestive supplement)
    Any hoof supplements, joint supplements, vitamin supplements

    MISC. ITEMS:
    Fly sprays
    Stall wood shavings (may be too bulky)
    Brushes, grooming supplies
    Halters in any size
    Lead ropes
    Hay bags
    Large feed pans
    and, last but not least (to the horses) - TREATS

    Or... you can always bring a cash or check donation.

    See the AHR website for more info about this deserving cause.


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    If you can't make it to the ride, but you'd still like to contribute, you can make a donation to Angel Horse Rescue by clicking the DONATE button below. If you have an opportunity to add a comment, type ADV so they will know it's from our group. Thanks from all of us.

    DONATE TO AHR BY CLICKING HERE
    :freaky
    Hope to see you there.

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  2. Dragon43

    Dragon43 If you insist.

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    Great job DD..
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  3. jay547

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    We've been the last two years on our streetbikes. Looking forward to it.

    One of these days I've got to find a way to get a dual-sport.

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    Me too
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  9. FatBob

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    In for another round.
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  10. LBSTROM

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    I hope to make it, if not I will make a contribution in name of ADV.
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  11. Spanky15

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    Same here....I've been watching this spot for a couple of years and could not make it. This year looks good...the Mrs may truck the donations and a couple grandkids in then leave me alone while I ride!! :clap
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  12. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Lust for dust.

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    BUMP!!!

    AHR needs our help more than ever this year.
    "Currently, Angel Horse Rescue is at full capacity. Due to the combination of drought (our grazing pastures have dried up), the skyrocketing grain prices, hay shortage, worsening economy, etc. we can no longer afford to accept any additional horses at this time and must utilize our resources to continue providing ongoing care and rehabilitation for the rescue horses that we have already committed to in our care."

    Time to start planning, people. Let's hear some commitments.
    :deal

    If you can't make it, please seriously consider making a donation to AHR by clicking HERE.
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  13. reddirtjoe

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    posted a link on "riders of stillwater " group.......maybe some of them will show !!!:clap
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  14. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Lust for dust.

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    Thanks. Can someone cross post it to TSR for me? Silver...??

    Anyplace else that this can be shared is much appreciated.
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  15. LBSTROM

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    I am thinking on donating money. Im thinking that will let them buy what they need. what do yall think ? :ear
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  16. Dirt2007

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    That is fine. That is what I did last year as well as several others.
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  17. rufus

    rufus We're burning daylight...

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    I went the year before last with the intention of donating money. I followed fotobo there. When we got there i asked him "who do i give the money to". "I'll point her out when i see her" he said. I ate a couple of pieces of chicken, got a drink, visited with a bunch of guys and after we had left I realized that i never gave them the money. I kinda felt like a shithead. I need to go this year.
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  18. rufus

    rufus We're burning daylight...

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    Since I am nosey and kind of a clod, i'll ask. How much did most people donate?

    I bet others are wondering the same. I was planning on giving $100.
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  19. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Lust for dust.

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    That's sort of a personal thing. They put out a donation jar and people that brought cash or check just dropped it in there without any hub-bub.

    What you're planning is respectable. In the past, my wife and I have purchased about $50 in supplies per year and gathered some cash donations from friends and family. Just donate within your means. No big deal.
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  20. jay547

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    We buy a few things (g/f likes shopping for the horses) and put a few bucks in the jar.

    We'll go if it's dry and not too far below freezing (we're on streetbikes.)

    I'll go ahead and post it on TSR.
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