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:
Rent the Indoor Arena and Covered Warm-Up Area for your next equine event. Contact Dave for pricing and availability.
2017 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. Call for pricing. Guided trail rides only.
Weekday and Week-end Trail rides available.
Call 816-618-7673 (Dave) or
Become a Lone Wolf Arena Rider Pro Member and Haul In All Year for one flat price!
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
THE COWBOY'S WORD- GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS
There are few things in life that bring as much satisfaction as a good tight fence.
I often marvel at the miles of wire stretched across Kansas , Oklahoma and Texas.
Each artisan has his own special family traditions and unique set of materials .
I admire the durability of hedge or mesquite and look down with disapproval at the treated post or rail road tie used.
There are those like my neighbor that go for the fabricated corners, and only in Kansas would a person lift a 2000 pound rock post and bury it to stretch wire .
But with the creation of barbed wire we laid the ground work for clear, don't cross my fence borders.
Borders are important, we need our peace and quiet, and absent a fence and gate any goober with a bible or a rifle will walk right on your spread.
Fences have gates and when there closed it typically means if you are not welcome do not open my gate.
What holds true for your backyard needs to hold true for our country," we are long on mouth and short on ears", we trample everyone's fence.
That fence is one of decency and dignity and respect. No physical barrier is as strong as respecting others boundaries .
Now there may not be a fence handy, but that little white line you just crossed checking your email or texting your friend is a clear boundary.
That handicap parking spot you disrespected, that sign that reads " one per customer", or please help keep our bathroom clean.
These are all fences , good ones put up for reasons of mutual benefit and when we cut them , there are consequences.
So as we embrace a new year, and a new President who professes " good fences", as good fence builders lets pass on some fence building knowledge to our neighbor and see if their new found knowledge of fence building will mend a few broken places and bring a new measure of respect for our country and the people who still say " God Bless America" .
And that my friends is the best fence we can build.