Events:             La Sita Stables

Happy New Year!!!
Gloria and I hope everyone had a very Happy and safe Holiday season.


Still, We have several projects to work on so hopefully you will all see some improvements in coming weeks. It's never ending....

We are still hoping to work on the Fire Pit area to be able to enjoy during this cooler weather. We hopefully will be working on some new stalls as well. Gloria and I hope everyone is doing well and also want to thank you for being part of our family here at La Sita Stables.


      Let's Ride!
​Hopefully we'll have some nice weather in the
coming weeks for a possible BBQ weekend.
We hope to schedule some events and a  
I know Rodeo is right around the corner but
maybe a last minute trail ride.
 We will let everyone know.

I will post a date for a BBQ and Dance for 
one of these up coming Fridays or Saturdays.


SHIRTS! We hope to have some shirts coming soon with our "New Logo". We will let you all know in case you would like to order some for yourselves.


Don't forget if you need a Ferrier, let 
others know in case we get a discount.




Residents:     
"RENT"
        (Late Fees)
2019 going forward, Late Fees 
will be strictly enforced!!! Reminder, Rent is due between the 1st-5th
Rent after the 5th of the month must also include a $15.00 late fee per-horse!
Rent received after the 15th will have a $25 late fee per horse!

Rules Update:
Please make sure no horses are turned out unsupervised, and all horses are tied up, not running loose. We don't want anyone or other horses hurt! for everyone's safety.


As always, "Thank you for your fellowship and for boarding with La Sita Stables."

Announcements:
We have Stables For Rent!
If you know anyone looking for an affordable stable for their horse or horses, please send them our way. We have only a couple openings left but would like to welcome new riders.  Also, anyone coming in for Rodeo if they need an overnight stay for a horse or two, let them know about our Stables.







    La Sita Stables


Get your boots on! "Just Bring It!"  























           Our Cadillac in his better days, running those barrels!

Under Texas Law (Chapter 87, Civil Practice and Remedies Code), a farm animal (an equine) professional is not liable for injury to or the death of a participant in Farm animal (equine) activities resulting from the inherent risks of farm animal (equine) activities."