Arrowhead Saddle Club

A family oriented horse club


Arrowhead Saddle Club of Indian Grove, Missouri

If you love horses and want to spend time with others who feel the same way, then you have come to the right place!  We have a large member base with a varied experience with horses.  If you have ridden all your life, want to show, or just play around, or are just beginning in your adventure with horses - we have something for everyone!

We have trail rides, camping trips, team sorting, fun shows, sanctioned shows and a rodeo!  All are welcome to participate - and who may even want to become a member!

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Starting January 01, 2014 there will be a Membership Board.  The board was established at the September meeting.  The membership board will be responsible for keeping records of the attendance of Arrowhead Saddle Club members attendance at club functions.
To maintain your Active Club Member status you  will be required to attend a minimum of four club functions.  These functions can be monthly meetings,work days etc. A club member must attend four functions from January 1st each year to rodeo time to be considered an active club member.  You will be required to be an Active Club Member in order to attend the rodeo at no charge. 


 Potential new members must be present and be presented by a current member in good standing at one meeting, then at the second meeting the current members will vote on membership acceptance.  The Potential new members are not to be present at the second meeting during the voting process


VERY proud to announce that our saddle club has raised $5000 to turn in to St. Judes, I'm glad to belong to a club that is so strong in raising money for such a great cause.


Arrowhead Saddle Club Minutes

 April 25, 2017
The Arrowhead Saddle Club met at the school house.  President Randy Nolke called the meeting to order.
Mary Sue Nolke read minutes from March 2017 meeting.  Motion was made by Penny Parker to accept the minutes as read.   2nd by Wayne Stockwell.  Motion passed.
Penny handed out and went over the treasurer’s report.  Gary Clark made motion to accept treasurers report as presented 2nd by Linda Alexander, motion passed.
Old Business
Time was set for Trail Ride on Sunday 5/21 at Von Holton Ranch in Sedalia, Missouri for 10:00am.  Members welcome to come on Saturday 5/21 and stay overnight. 
Penny Parker made the motion to have the club purchase Brisket from Salisbury Meat Market for the Memorial Weekend meal on Saturday evening 6:30pm, May 27th.  Wayne Stockwell seconded the motion, motion passed.  Randy will pick up the brisket.  Club will also provide tea to drink.  Club members should bring a covered dish.   Discussion followed about other activities for that day.   Was decided that if members wanted to trail ride, to plan on riding the roads and leave the arena at 1:00pm.  If there is enough interest, we will have a small fun show after the meal Saturday night.
Llenell reported that she had purchased the balloons for the balloon scramble at the rodeo.  Penny Parker asked if the rodeo committee had met and made plans for who was taking care of each task in preparing for the rodeo.  Randy said they would get together right after the meeting and decide a date to meet.
New Business
Mary Sue read thank you notes from the Chariton County Cupboard and MILCFP at Brookfield thanking the club for their food pantry donations.

Llenell Richardson asked if we were going to plan some clean up days.  Discussion followed.  Penny Parker made the motion to set Friday evening, May 12th as a cleanup day.  If we get rained out, Friday evening, May 19th will be our backup date.  Bonnie Clark 2nd the motion.
Penny Parker asked if getting the mechanical bull and bounce house for the rodeo was all setup.  Randy said it was with the fees that same as last year.
Mary Sue asked if we could get the saddle club grounds sprayed for bugs for Memorial Weekend activities.  Jimmy B. said he would check and see.
Jake Whitaker asked if the club would consider doing a tack/small animal swap at the saddle club grounds.  He said they usually charge a $5 vendor fee and $2 gate fee.  The club could have the cook shack open.  It was decided to have one Sunday June 11th  starting at 7:00am and running until afternoon.  The gate fee will just be free will donation.  Jake will be in charge and collect the $5 vendor fee.  Randy Nolke will be in charge of the cook shack.  Nichole Lauhoff will make up some flyers to advertise the tack/small animal swap. 
Tommy Penick reported that we have a place to get straw for this years rodeo.
Upcoming/Potential/Wanted Club Activities

May 12th evening Clean Up Day at arena, rain date May 19th evening
May 21 10:00am trail ride at Von Holton Ranch in Sedalia, MO
May 27 trail ride 1:00 pm , meal 6:30pm, if enough interest small Fun Show after meal
June 11th Tack/Small Animal swap at arena 7:00am-afternoon
Next Meeting
Refreshments for next meeting Jake Whitaker family.  Next meeting will be at the arena at 8PM May 24, 2017.  Motion made to adjourn by Wayne Stockwell, 2nd by Llenell Richardson.  Motion passed.


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