This 120,000 square foot indoor/outdoor facility is located on State Line Rd in Cleveland, Missouri. Just minutes from Kansas City, Overland Park, Lee's Summit, Harrisonville or Bucyrus and is the perfect place for:
Don't miss the $500 added Open Barrel Race sponsored by the MGRA on Labor Day Weekend- Friday Night.
Come watch the MGRA rodeo Labor Day Weekend!
Rent the Indoor Arena and Covered Warm-Up Area for your next equine event. Contact Dave for pricing and availability. 2014 is booking fast!
Bored of the same old activities? Looking for fun family entertainment for all ages? What about an original "perfect date" idea? Trail rides and instruction are available for individuals and groups for $40 per rider (which includes the horse and all tack). Guided trail rides only.
Weekday and Week-end Trail rides available.
Call 816-618-7673 (Dave) or 816-519-2211 (Kenna).
Become a Lone Wolf Arena Rider Pro Member and Haul In All Year for one flat price!
Phil Haugen Horsemanship Clinic- Coming in September! Get your Spot Reserved today! Visit Phil's site at www.philhaugenhorsemanship.com
Admission Tickets to Events at Lone Wolf Arena can be pre-purchased online.
Admission prices are:
Children 0-2 are Free
Children 3-12 are $6.00 each
Adults 12-up are $12.00
A gallant knight,
in sunshine and in shadow,
Had journeyed long,
Singing a song,
In search of Eldorado.
But he grew old this knight so bold-
And o'er his heart a shadow
Fell as he found
No spot of ground
That looked like Eldorado.
And, as his strength,
Failed him at length
He met a pilgrim shadow-
Shadow said he,
Where can it be-
This land of Eldorado?
Over the mountains of the moon,
Down the valley of the shadow,
Ride, boldly ride,
The shade replied-
If you seek Eldorado!
I share this poem of Edgar Allen Poe with you today. It is one of my personal favorites as I took the time to " Ride boldly ride" long enough to commit it to memory. If you read it I believe we can all see a bit of ourselves and our personal searches, disappointments, injury and fatigue.
The Quest is the constant and Eldorado is everchanging, before we discover it a new one arises.
And if your too manly to quote poetry, you can watch the John Wayne movie " Eldorado" where the poem is repeated throughout by " Mississippi "
Remember keep " your Pilgrim shadows" they will carry you through.