Vermillion Cliffs Corrals and Arena

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VERMILLION CLIFFS
CORRALS & ARENA

                       APRIL 2014 NEWSLETTER      

Don’t forget, Larry is no longer reachable on his old phone number!! You must call 660-0911.

It is hard to remember what something looked like after it has been fixed. Here are photos of the Vermillion Cliffs bucking chutes and announcer’s stand before and after PAINTING!

               
BEFORE 
AFTER
The painting of the bucking chutes and announcer’s stand cost the City of Page $198.55 in paint and painting supplies. All labor was free. The project took about 80 hours of labor in preparation of surfaces, painting, etc. All 6 bucking chutes have been painted on the outside as well as the inside of the gates, the loading chutes behind the bucking chutes are painted on the outside and three sides of the announcer’s stand were painted. There is enough paint left over to possibly paint the loading chute boards which we are in the process of replacing. Still lots of work to do but from a distance we look a whole lot more professional.

The first event this year at the Vermillion Cliffs Arena will be a full rodeo on May 3rd. It will be sponsored by Darryl Monroe (928-522-3296) and sanctioned by the Navajo Nation Rodeo Association. Watch for event posters on our website. There are three more rodeos scheduled at this time for summer 2014.

NaTisha & Larry



VERMILLION CLIFFS HORSE MOTEL IS OPEN!

If you are passing through Page, Arizona and need a place for your horses or other livestock we have accommodations including waters, feeders and we will feed for you if you want us to.

We have one brand new 12 ft. by 24 ft. corral just as you enter the grounds where you can stay next to your horses if you have a self contained trailer with sleeping accommodations.  The fee is $15 per night per horse.  If you have more than two horses we have other corrals that we will rent out on a daily basis up to 40 ft. by 40 ft. with cost adjusted to the situation.  If you have other livestock including horses, cattle or sheep (no pigs) we can also accommodate you for overnight or longer stays as we have cattle pens associated with our rodeo grounds operation.

If you do decide to spend some time with us, your daily fee allows you the use of our round pens, 3 wash stations for horses with metal stanchions / concrete floors and the rodeo arena for exercising your horses if we do not have an event booked or are not working the arena floor in preparation for an event.  We also have a practice area with barrels set up for barrel racing and two trail areas set up in a similar style to a show trail course.  There are two trail areas that have poles for pole bending and two trails with logs, offsets, keyholes and a bridge.  If you wish to exercise your horses by riding, we border the edge of the developed portion of Page and there are several square miles of area open for you to ride in with several nearby interesting mesas and canyons to explore.

For Reservations call either NaTisha or Larry prior to or upon arrival in Page.

New Motel Unit

POLE COURSE AND LOG TRAIL ON WEST SIDE

POLE COURSE ON EAST SIDE WITH OPEN RIDING AREA IN BACKGROUND

CORRAL MANAGER

NaTisha Clark

928.660.2957

CORRAL CO-MANAGER

Larry D. Clark
928.660.0911


EQUINE ENTHUSIAST
is a free quarterly publication distributed throughout the Southwest Region and is available at feed and retail stores and other equine related businesses in Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. It is available locally at BOSTON’S TRUE VALUE HARDWARE,  620 North Navajo, Page, AZ.  Boston’s also has a free bulletin board where events can be posted. Equine Enthusiast is also available at the Lake Powell Chronicle where Editor Jeanie Wright is the local sales representative. Besides having a free event calendar they have a featured horseman/woman of the season.  E-mail nominations for a featured person may be sent to edior@tucsonwest.com.
Current edition of Equine Enthusiast is available at www.equineenthusiast.com.

WESTERN ROCK

We would like to thank Western Rock for donation of gravel to back fill the recently replaced frost-free hydrants.
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