Blackhawk Jackpot

May 20 – Blackhawk Jackpot – 10am – 4pm Sponsored by Sevier County Travel Council

4 Stage, Rifle and Shotgun

Blackhawk Indoor Arena

800 South Equestrian Lane

Salina Utah 84654

*Stalls $20 per night/horse plus $10 per bag of shavings and Rv $20 per night. Please pay Tad Jolley in cash.

* Host motel- Hitch’n Post 60 N. State St. (435)529-2120 just mention our club name and event for your discount.

*Mom’s Cafe is also offering our club members a 10% discount on our meals.

*Thank you to Sevier County Travel Council for paying the arena fees for both the clinic and jackpot. 

beginner Shooter Clinic in Salina

May 19 – Beginner Shooter Clinic 10am – 5pm

Blackhawk Indoor Arena

800 South Equestrian Lane

Salina Utah 84654

Who is ready to learn Cowboy Mounted Shooting-the fastest growing equestrian sport? K & E Blanks will be hosting the first Beginner Shooter Clinic in Utah of 2017. This is a one day, hands on training and shooting for both you and your horse. All of our Instructors are NRA Certified Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun Instructors. We provide the guns, holsters, blanks and horse ear plugs all for only $100. You just need to bring a lunch and your horse. To register or more info contact Kevin Koyle at (801)499-0127
Note- Please make sure your horse is trained to neck rein and use a shank bit. You will be required to ride with one hand, shoot and steer your horse with courses.

*Stalls $25 per night/horse (includes one bag of shavings) and Rv $25 per night.

FYI on Strangles Outbreak in UT


Sanpete County, UT

Confirmed case(s): Quarantine

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Axtell Contract Off-Range Corrals have issued a voluntary quarantine of wild horses at the facility due to an outbreak of upper respiratory tract infection. Individual infected animals are being tested for the exact cause, but early diagnosis indicates “strangles”. BLM officials have notified the Utah State Veterinarian of the outbreak, who visited the facility. Coordination is also occurring with Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for testing of the infected horses. The Axtell facility staff began seeing signs of strangles on March 27. No mortality of horses has occurred from the localized outbreak, only clinical signs are being observed at this time. For more information go to