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:
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Barrel Racers! Become a 2013 Barrel Club member for $60.00 for the year and never pay a barn fee at any Lone WOlf Produced barrel race or fix-it!
Become A LONE WOLF ARENA BARREL RACER! What does this get you? When you become a member for 2013, you will not have to pay a barn fee at any of the Lone Wolf Arena produced Barrel Races, Events, or Fix-It Barrels!
Cost of the 2013 membership is $60.00.
Never pay the $6.00 barn fee in 2013
(at Lone Wolf Arena Produced races)
- get your membership today!
Lone Wolf Arena- for the introductory rate of $349.00 (through 1/31/2013- (after Jan 31st $449) you will receive:
Annual haul in pass for designated open riding times
Stall rentals for Lone Wolf and NBHA Races $15 (instead of $20)
RV hookups $20 (instead of $25)
Prize drawing for members at every Lone Wolf Race
$1000.00 cash drawing at end of the season race (date TBA)
NO BARN FEE for Lone Wolf races and fix-its
If you come ride 3 times a month to open riding only (not including the barn fee you save) you will save $370 a year!
Contact Dave @ 816-618-7673
LONE WOLF ARENA NOW HAS LASER MARKED BARRELS...
We want to thank Kenny and Jenny Adams for purchasing and donating the laser markers for our barrels and timer. Our barrels are still set on the same stakes as originally set. If you're at a barrel race and see Jenny or Kenny, please share with them our gratitude for this kind donation.
RAM TOUGH COWBOY COMPETITION at Lone Wolf Ranch!
Cowboy Competition Dates:
This event open to ALL RIDING DISCIPLINES and all rider levels. This is for fun.. but it's also a timed event so you can win $$ !
Here's the scoop:
A timed event for everyone! Youth Class (12 & under) and Open
New event open to all riding disciplines at Lone Wolf Arena! You can ride this course in any saddle, any horse breed, any riding discipline.
The principle behind this event is to challenge people to do real cowboy chores horseback. opening and closing gates saddling, working cattle, crossing obstacles.
This is a timed event with a 5 second penalty for any uncompleted challenge.
The adult event starts with the rider crossing the timer line with their horse unsaddled. The rider will saddle in the alley way and advance through the cattle pens and under the announcers booth into the arena where they will run a serpentine pattern through six jakesteer roping dummies. Horse and rider will then advance to the bridge and then the log crossing, then advance to the steer and remove the rope and run out the open alley way gate for their time.
The youth entries (12 and under) will allow the horse to be saddled and the gates left unlatched. Any child that runs in the adult class must follow adult rules.
Entries will begin at 2 pm with warmup runs at 2:30 pm on Friday.
The event will payout on a 4-D and we will have an arena judge call the 5 second penalties.Our first event will be a $100 added event!
Entry fee: $20.00 for adult class, $10.00 for youth/pee wee class. $8.00 barn fee.
My Mother bless her was never afraid to speak her mind regarding everthing from holes in underwear ( what if your in a wreck) to the realities of throwing rotten persimmons at your brother, or watching your language as it is bound to come out and embarras you when you least expect it. But one bit of wisdom she gave me was never let the sunset on your anger, make amends before you start a new day.
Many things in this world can attempt to overwhelm our patience and even the quietest old timer seems to pop off with a complaint or two. Like a fist fight sooner or later if you keep at it somebody is gonna get the worst of it. We all reach that point where we ought to go hide out somewhere but just can't and we open our gob and out pops something that can cause another a cast iron skillet upside the noggin.
Now sometimes the party just plain asked for it and you really don't feel much remorse in saying or doing what you did, but you know three hail mary's and and Our Father won't fix the bruise.
Now I am not big on apologies and in reality they do little to fix the problem. Sometimes it is like a fence that needs attention and all the temporary fixes just looks like a mess. Thats when we go to the fence box and get with it.
If your end posts need to be reset with Hedge brother it is time to do it!
The human kind avoids pain and moves towards what is pleasureable, and sometimes we try little fixes with a deeper problem. To save our sanity and protect democracy and oil prices we have to give it the time it deserves.
Relationships with freinds and family can often get off track due to an event and the only way to set the train back on the track is to spend the time and do it.
Like any task in our lives we have to make a plan and follow through with it to benefit from the outcome.
1. Identify the source of the problem- is it behavior, poor bathing habits, scratching in public, gossip, a feud over Grandma's pearl handle colt or you just have a hard time talking with some one who went to KU.
2. Once you identify the problem figure out what you can do to replace the problem with a positive solution. Do some soul searching, read about somebody else who faced a similar problem ( if you can't find it anywhere look in the Bible it is full of feuding and fixin) Do not go out and openly solicit the opinions of other folks they will likely steer you towards a stampede.
3. Once you have a plan write it down it should fit on an index card and put that card where you are going to see it every day for the period you have alotted to resovle the issue and move on.
4. Once that you have fullfilled your plan burn the card and put the past behind you.
Part of living is interacting with our fellow man. Some of these folks make it a daily chore. Take the higher rode and always set an example for folks to marvel at. My Grandpa DeFeo used to tell me to be like a rubber ball the harder they throw you the higher you bounce. I have recalled that advice on many an occassion.
Never minimize the power you have within and make the decision this year to head off the problems before they bloom into the barn roof on the floor.