Kids & Horses offers tack sale, free barbecue at Minden ranch
MINDEN – Kids & Horses is inviting the community to nonprofit’s Minden ranch Aug. 28-29 for a tack sale, free barbecue and play day.
The tack sale will be from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 28 and the community play day will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 29. A free barbecue will be provided by Super Walmart of Carson City.
The ranch is at 2869 Esaw St. in Minden.
“Kids & Horses has been around since 1999, and I meet people every day who have lived in this community their whole lives and do not know about us,” said executive director Alexis Roman Hill.
“This is a great opportunity for the community to see the life-changing work that is being done right in their own backyard,” she added.
The tacksale will feature:
– Eight western saddles in good condition
– Australian saddle in excellent condition (large seat)
– Wintec all-purpose saddle, great condition
– Several heavy-duty winter blankets, all sizes
– Several summer fly sheets
– Many western saddle pads, all types
– Various English saddle pads
– Miscellaneous tack items, lead ropes, halters, bits and boots
The Kids & Horses annual western barbecue, silent and live auctions and Kids & Horses’ version of America’s Got Talent, “Kids Helping Kids,” Sierra Star Search, will be held at 5 p.m. Sept. 11, at the Crystal Bay Club. Doors open at 4 p.m. The annual event provides scholarships for students in need and expands programs to the dozens of children on the Kids & Horses waiting list.
For more information on the events and to purchase tickets to the annual fundraiser, visit http://www.kidsandhorses.org or call (775) 771-5512.
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