|NCRC 2016 Officers|
President: Linda Lovejoy 717-5195|
Vice President: Jerome Moores/b> 924-3632
Secretary/Treasurer: Amanda Sherburne 277-5029 or email: email@example.com
|NCRC 2016 Directors|
|NCRC 2016 Junior Directors|
|Welcome to NCRC|
|North Country Riding Club is an active non-profit organization that offers equitation and game shows
and Extreme Cowboy Challenges for all equine enthusiasts throughout the state. Our Club is funded through sponsorships,
entry fees, and membership fees. Most of our members own their own horses but are not required in order to be a member.|
Our Club is run by many volunteers that work hard for our riders. The Club has four officers, five directors and three junior directors that help to keep the shows run smoothly.
We are hosting a trail ride, two judged equitation shows,five game shows, and two extreme cowboy challenges from the months of June to October.
NCRC emphasizes a fun and family oriented atmosphere with events for the beginner to the advanced riders.
One of our major goals is to make our shows a fun and enjoyable sport for everyone involved. Our show is set up to give our riders and their horses the chance
to experience shows without all the stress in professional competition.
For a small fee for the day or for individual classes, we open all classes to all ages by offering divisions for lead liners through adults.
We give out six place ribbons for each class that we offer that day. At the end of the day, we give grand and reserve champion ribbons to our top riders in each age division.
We have one all-trophy game show which is held at the Piscataquis Valley Fairgrounds during Dover fair days in August.
In appreciation to all our season riders, we have our final "Trick or Treat" game show that is full of trickery.
In December, we again recognize our seasonal riders by inviting them to our annual year-end awards banquet. Our year-end awards are presented to our members
who had paid a small fee at the beginning of the season and who are the top riders for the whole season.
Each year NCRC offers a scholarship in memory of Irene Cochran to a High School senior
or a continuing adult student who has made a meaningful contribution to the animal or
Agricultural world and who plans to pursue it in further education.
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