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The Twenty-eighth Year

Equestrian Tourney and Demo -- College of Equestrian Arts

October 23-24, 1993 (AS XXVIII)

From The Page (October, 1993):

This event will be a rescheduling of the August 14 event. The autocrat promises that there will be no insurance problems this time. We will be combined with an S.C.A. demo held at the Folsom Renaissance fair. There will be two one day tourneys. In other words, each day's activities will be the same. We will be running games such as ring spearing, quintaln, javelin throw, behead the Saracen, etc. Most of these will be run during the public demo time, which will be divided into two slots per day. Any overflow will be done outside of these time, as will any practice. Those riders who wish to may also be asked to ride in a parade or procession, as well. Each day will begin with a meeting. If you wish to ride that day, you must be at that meeting. These meetings will be at 10 a.m. both days. In order to encourage you to bring out your best duds. The autocrat is sponsoring a competition for the best turned out horse and rider.

The arena we will be using is a pro rodeo arena, and has plenty of amenities. There are paddocks for overnight stabling and trailer parking. Water troughs are available as well. There is also overnight stabling in stalls and crash space for humans available at the autocrat's home. During the days we will be giving over the arena for a couple of brief times for S.C.A. fighting demos. But, we should still be able to ride in the general area if warm up time is needed.

Rental horses will probably be available. Call the autocrat for details, costs and reservations. The absolute deadline for paid reservations for rental horses will be October 12.

Autocrat: Iseult nic Elam (name/contact info).

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