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Benefit Trail Ride

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Great trail ride & ranch rodeo coming up in June. Attend if you can. You won't be disappointed

27th Annual

LeSueur County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse Ride

June 19th 20th & 21st

Fair Grounds, LeCenter MN

Friday Night Ranch Rodeo, Fair Grounds 6:00 PM

Horses and riders competing in cattle events, break away roping, sorting, penning and trailer load.

Food and Beverages available at Ranch Rodeo.

If you have a 4 person team interested in participating in the Ranch Rodeo, contact Mitch Savage at: (Limited to 15 teams)

Saturday Ride leaves the Fair Grounds at Noon.

Saturday Morning Breakfast Served 7:00 - 10:00 AM

(Eggs, Sausage, French Toast & Beverage)

Adults / $7.00 -------- Kids under 10 / $4.00

Sunday Ride leaves the Fair Grounds at 10 AM.

(Sunday Ride is wagon accessible)

Sunday Morning Breakfast Served 7:00 - 10:00 AM

(Eggs, Sausage, French Toast & Beverage)

Adults/ $7.00 -------- Kids under 10 / $4.00

Saturday Chicken Dinner and Dance

After the ride enjoy a chicken dinner, serving from 5:30 – 6:30PM,

Dance to The Gary Tyson Band beginning at 8:00 PM

Also available: Water for horses, Stalls for horses 1st come basis, otherwise tie in barn, No tying horses to trailers. Raffle drawing. Refreshments and food available on ride. Electrical hook ups are available, 1st come basis. Fair Grounds open for Friday night arrival and camping. Please do not tie horses to arena rail. Please no campfires on the ground; grills are OK. Thank You.

$25.00/Rider---Riders under 12/$10.00---$100.00 per family (max)

Above fee is payable day of the ride. Includes: Ride, Dinner & Dance.

$15.00 Dinner and Dance only


Send Reservations/Number Attending/Fee to: LeSueur Co Sheriff’s Office

Or Call: 507-357-8245 (Carla)

Attn: Carla Mador

88 South Park Ave

LeCenter, MN 56057

All Proceeds go the LeSueur County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse for their Youth Programs

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Get a team together for a great time

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Here's some info on another benefit trailride coming up in September. Last year there were around 150 riders participating. The location is at a campground with free camping year round. There is a big parking lot across the road from the campground complete with hitching posts and I may also be installing overhead picket lines along the parking lot. There are a few sites in the campground where I have already installed overhead picket lines...this is a beautiful area to go riding with hundreds of miles of trails for those that want to really put on the miles..There is also a very pretty State Park that allows horses to ride thru, it's a very scenic ride around the lake.This is located in Beltrami Island State Forest..For more info please contact me...Thanks

September 26th

10th Annual St Jude's Trail/Wagon Ride "Let's Shine in 2009" Bemis Hill, 9am registration, 10am Ride, Cafe 89 dinner @ 5:30pm $10 plate--Wannaska

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