From The Page (August, 1977):
EQUESTRIAN TOURNEY IN ORANGEVALE
On August 6 and 7, the College of Equestrian Arts will be holding an Equestrian Tourney at the Orangevale Community Park.
Set-up on Saturday will be at 8:00 AM, with Opening Court at 10:00, and Lists and/or Challenges at 10:30. There will be many equestrian competitions on both days. The Registration fee is $3 at the tourney, $2 if it reaches Duke Henrik of Havn on or before Purgatorio.
The competitons on Saturday are: 1. SQUIRE RESCUE RACE (Entry Fee -- $1); 2. COSTUME COMPETITION ($1.50); 3. SAVE THE ROYAL COLORS ($1); 4. BEHEAD THE SARACEN ($1); 5. RING TILTING ($1.25); 6. QUINTAIN TITLING ($1.). The competitions on Sunday are: 7. RE-ARM THE KNIGHT ($1); 8. CARRY THE FAVOUR TO THE KNIGHT (75cents); 9. REFRESH THE WARRIOR ($1); and 10. POTATO FAMINE RACE ($1).
There will also be a jousting demonstration on Saturday.
The maximum Entry Fee is $7.00. Entry and Registration fees can be paid at the tourney, or should be sent to Duke Henrik of Havn (contact info omitted).
Boarding facilities will be available, and possibly rental horses, too. Any questions, offers of help, donations of prizes, etc., should be directed to one of the Autocrats: Patrice d'Cilla (contact info omitted), or Fiona Gregorovna (contact info omitted), or to the Master of Equestrian Arts, Duke Henrik ...
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© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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