Santa Ynez Valley Equestrian Association Stock Horse Series

2011 SYEVA STOCK HORSE SERIES is a new event that the Santa Ynez Valley Equestrian Association will add to their 2011 schedule of events. The SYVEA has been looking to add a series event tailored to the local community and horsemen and women that showcases the horsemanship of residence of the tri-county areas.

OUR JUDGES this year will be Tim Stewart, Bill Enk, and Rick Drayer


•April 23

•May 14

•June 25


This event is free to the public and community.


The Stock Horse Show and Rodeo is a unique event to the tri county area. Our local tri-county area has been build on lasting tradition and we hope that this event will become an annual event.

The series will include four competition classes to include: open, non pro, non pro limited, and greener than grass

Santa Ynez Coffee Company will provide breakfast and lunch to all competitors and spectators.

Competitors must be SYVEA members. Membership costs and applications can be found on SYVEA.ORG


Contact Davia Montoya at 805-588-4793 or .

For complete information on the Santa Ynez Valley Equestrian Association and the Stock Horse Series, as well as entry forms go online to SYEVA.ORG

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