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  • 05/24/2018 8:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    It is so awesome that plans are moving forward to fix up the cross country course!   Work is underway!  BUT please do not use the course, it is not yet finished and is still closed.  

    If you are interested in working on rebuilding the course, please contact the Grounds committe!   email grounds committee

  • 05/24/2018 8:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A saddle pad was found hanging over the tie rack in the Mendoza Ranch parking lot (near Coyote Lake).  If you think it is yours please email with a description!  

  • 05/24/2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A huge shout out to a small but mighty group of volunteers that turned out for the May 20 workday headed by Mary Sullivan.  These folks moved a 4 pack of stalls, pressure washed Dave's Place (aka announcer's booth), pulled scotch broom, cleaned and stained the benches and pressure washed the bbq and patio area.  Many thanks go to  James Bowmen,  John Tinetti, PJ Myatt, Anne Murphy, Mary Breslin, and Trisha Dalton!  You all rock! 

  • 03/10/2018 8:43 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Election Meeting Tues Mar 20, 6:30pm at the Clubhouse

    Click here to view Candidate Statements

  • 01/25/2018 5:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Here it is... the first newsletter of 2018!   Just click here!

    The first newsletter of 2018 was e-mailed to all members.  Please be sure your e-mail is current when you renew, so you can get the newsletter delivered directly to  you!  

    FYI, the new format is designed so you can read it on  your phone, tablet or PC/Mac.  How cool is that?

  • 11/01/2017 5:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Find Information on our Holiday Party (Dec 10), next club meeting (Nov 14) pictures from Camp Cut Loose, and a lovely message from our retiring newsletter editor, Claudia Goodman in the final newsletter for 2017, attached below.


    P.S. If you would like to help with the holiday party, please contact Robin!

  • 10/13/2017 7:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear SCCHA Members,

    The wildfires raging in California have affected all of us who care about horses.  It is frightening to know some of our friends are in danger, and heartening to hear that hundreds of horses have been safely evacuated.  IMPORTANT:  We have been advised by those coordinating evacuations that private citizens driving in to help may actually hinder rescue efforts.  Please keep the roads clear for evacuees and safety personnel!

    AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli

    As of Thursday 10/12/17, the Equine Evacuation Units in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara counties have NOT been activated.  The SCCHA showgrounds has NOT been activated for evacuations.

    SCCHA wants to help members seeking shelter for themselves and their horses. Accordingly, the usual 4-day limit will be extended to 7 days for members and their guests evacuating from fire zones.  Dogs must be leashed or penned at all times. Owners must stay with their animals.  Information and paperwork will be available from our groundskeeper, Tricia Dalton.

    The SCCHA board has heard from many members who want to help fire victims.  In response SCCHA is donating $1,000 to send hay to evacuation centers.  

    We’ve also compiled a list of agencies seeking volunteers or donations

    to help equine fire victims, for your information.

    Scotts Valley Feed - 831 438-3194

    Organizing and shipping hay to evacuation centers at wholesale cost.  Donate cash to help.

    Solano County Fairgrounds -  707 551-2008

    Housing nearly 500 animals, with 381 more stalls available.  A list of donation needs is available on their website, including supplies and onsite volunteers.  Call first! 

    Napa Valley Horsemen’s Association

    Housing 100 horses, donate cash online via their website to help with expenses.

    Sonoma County Fairgrounds -

    Well-supplied with volunteers and supplies per their website.  Call 707 545-4200 to volunteer as help will be needed in the weeks to come.

    Redwood Empire Fairgrounds (Ukiah/Mendocino County) - 707-462-3884

    Housing 150 animals (horses, goats, pigs). Need shavings, shade cloth & portable pens.

    Rainbow Agricultural Services (Ukiah)- 707-462-2404

    Feed store in Ukiah taking donations and delivering feed & shavings to the evacuation center at the Redwood Empire fairgrounds in Ukiah.

    Woodside Horse Owner’s Association  (Day of the Horse)

    Accepting cash donations and gently used horse equipment for fire victims Saturday Oct 14 at the Woodside Mounted Patrol Grounds, 521 Kings Mountain Road. 

    All Animal Rescue & Friends – 16970 DeWitt Ave, Morgan Hill, Noon-8pm.

    Delivering donated pet food, feed, and pet supplies to affected areas.

    Silva Feed - 12310 Santa Teresa Blvd, San Martin, (408) 683-2348 

    Transporting donations to affected areas.  Has delivered a few loads already.

    AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli

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