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Single costumes:
1. Annie Tyo
2. Mike Tyo
3. Alta Smith

Card winners:
1. Betty Johnson
2. (a) Joy Perezchica
2 (b) Mary Winby
3. Ann Gadd 

The “Costume Pairs" winners: 
1. Alison Curletto and Kim Berry
2. Alison White and Laura Paton

 

 

Annie Tyo -1st Singles
Annie Tyo -1st Singles
Annie Tyo-1st Singles
Annie Tyo-1st Singles
Mike Tyo - 2nd Singles
Mike Tyo - 2nd Singles
Mike Tyo -2nd Singles
Mike Tyo -2nd Singles
Alta Smith w/Colleen Combes as a prop 3rd Singles
Alta Smith w/Colleen Combes as a prop 3rd Singles
Debbie Stuart -3rd place runner up Singles
Debbie Stuart -3rd place runner up Singles
Alison Curletto and Kim Berry - 1st Costume Pairs
Alison Curletto and Kim Berry - 1st Costume Pairs
 Alison White and Laura Paton - 2nd Costume Pairs
Alison White and Laura Paton - 2nd Costume Pairs
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Alambeque 4Thanks to donations including WHOA! ($10,000) and other supporters - Friends of Huddart and Wunderlich, San Mateo County Parks Foundation, Bay Area Barns, Los Viajeros Riding Club, Mounted Patrol of San Mateo County, San Mateo County Horsemen’s Association, Woodside Community Foundation and individual hikers and runners.

 

San Mateo County Parks completed the project by adding erosion control to the steep hillsides.

This trail by pass has been repaired and reopened July 2018.

hay780An update on how the funds have helped the fire victims up north. Hay and supply deliveries make a difference.

 

Thanks to all who participated in this relief effort, and you still can!

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Our thanks to Sharon Montoya Bretz and Kris Thoren for their enlightening presentation on "disaster preparation for your livestock" at our last General Meeting on August 4, 2016. It was very well received, offering important information on what one needs to do to be prepared in a disaster.

 

SMC Large Animal Evacuation Group

The mission of the San Mateo County Large Animal Evacuation Group (SMC LAEG) is to provide qualified large animal handlers and horse trailers in emergency situations; to evacuate large animals in any degree disaster or emergency, to lessen the burden on Emergency Services.

The group also provides preparedness workshops upon request.

SMC LAEG is an all volunteer group that activates when called upon by the San Mateo County Office of Emergency Services or other emergency county agency.

 

WEBSITE: http://www.smclaeg.org

 

DOWNLOAD Data sheet from the meeting

 

California Water Service (Calwater) will be installing a new 12-inch water main on Cañada Road (from Runnymede Road to Laning Drive)There will be heavy equipment used for this construction so equestrians with horses that have high sensitivity may want to use a different route.

 

The project will redirect one lane of south bound traffic including the bike lane for approximately (300-400 feet at a time) for installation of the pipe.  There will be a flagger on each end of the closure to direct traffic through the construction zone.  Construction of the pipe is located entirely in the Cañada Road roadway/bikelane and should not directly impact the trails.  However, there will be large equipment and perhaps loud equipment for the installation of the new line.  The contractor has been advised to keep the trail along Cañada Road open at all times and not to block the trail with equipment or staging. 

 

The project is expected to last until the end of January.  Works hours for this project are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

Here is a detailed project schedule:

  • Saw cutting to start on 11/23/15
  • Excavation and Pipe installation to start on 11/30/15
  • Final trench paving to be completed by 1/30/16

 

Please feel free to contact Sindhi Mekala should you have any questions.

 

Sindhi Mekala

Project Manager

Town of Woodside

650-851-6790

Useful Websites

 

SMC Large Animal Evacuation Group

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Equestrian Trail Riders Action Committee

view website

 

Horse Park at Woodside

view website

 

San Mateo County Horsemen's Association

view website

 

Bay Area Equestrian Network (BAEN)

view website

 

Bay Area Barns and Trails (BABTT)

view website