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Good times at Day of the Horse

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet, Almanac staff writer, on Oct 16, 2006

Woodside's Day of the Horse on Oct. 14 drew a steady stream of horse enthusiasts to Town Hall.

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Posted by WHOA!
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on Nov 11, 2006 at 11:05 am

WHOA!, the Woodside-area Horse Owners Association, non-profit organizer of Woodside Day of the Horse, extends a HUGE THANK YOU to all of the volunteers and sponsors who made this event successful. We estimate that about 1000 people are part of the activities in some way, each one contributing to a fun and safe day. Early reports on the fundraising aspects of the 2006 event suggest that a nice gift will be offered to the Folger Estate Stable Project from this Woodside community effort and the donations from our generous trail riders from all over the SF Bay area. Want more information? See our website

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