It’s a girl!: Name A New Western Foal…

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Danielle Otis @iloveiliveiride 0183 1 150x100 - It’s a girl!: Name A New Western Foal…On Tuesday 21 May at 11.15pm, Friday (registered name “Dun Good On Friday”) an Appaloosa who was born and raised on Idaho’s Western Pleasure Guest Ranch gave birth to a filly – a long-legged palomino with tiny white spots on her rump and the facial marking of a star.

UK tour operator and riding holiday specialist, Ranch Rider is giving you the chance to name the new foal as part of its My Western Foal competition.  

To enter please send your full name and address, along with the proposed name of the foal and reason for your choice of name to MyWesternFoal@ranchrider.com by 31 May.  The winner will be announced by the tour operator and Idaho’s Western Pleasure Guest Ranch in June.

Your entry will entitle you to an exclusive £50pp saving on any July or August 2019 stay at Idaho’s Western Pleasure Guest Ranch.  A family-friendly ranch, at the Western Pleasure, children learn how to ride and care for the horses, with kid’s from eight years having the opportunity to work the cattle. Six nights from £1,560pp (two sharing) and from £1,180pp (six to 12 years) including accommodation, meals, most ranch activities, taxes and gratuities. Excludes return transfers of £310 (up to four people) and return flight from £889pp and from £774pp (under 12 years). Offer valid on July and August 2019 departures. Price before discount £1,610pp (no single supplement) and from £1,230pp (six to 12 years). Quote MWFCOMP19 on booking. One discount per person. Ranch Rider (01509 618 811; ranchrider.com) ATOL PROTECTED No 4660 ABTA 96395/V9150.

CLICK HERE to visit Ranch 

Ranch Rider (01509 618 811; ranchrider.com) ATOL PROTECTED No 4660 ABTA 96395/V9150.

 

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