This 120,000 square foot indoor/outdoor facility is located on State Line Rd in Cleveland, Missouri. Just minutes from Kansas City, Overland Park, Lee's Summit, Harrisonville or Bucyrus and is the perfect place for:
Rent the Indoor Arena and Covered Warm-Up Area for your next equine event. Contact Dave for pricing and availability.
2015 is booking fast!
Bored of the same old activities? Looking for fun family entertainment for all ages? What about an original "perfect date" idea? Trail rides and instruction are available for individuals and groups for $40 per rider (which includes the horse and all tack). Guided trail rides only.
Weekday and Week-end Trail rides available.
Call 816-618-7673 (Dave) or 816-519-2211 (Kenna).
Become a Lone Wolf Arena Rider Pro Member and Haul In All Year for one flat price!
Admission Tickets to Events at Lone Wolf Arena can be pre-purchased online.
Admission prices are:
Children 0-2 are Free
Children 3-12 are $6.00 each
Adults 12-up are $12.00
The Cowboy’s Word
We all carry old war wounds physical and mental.
Few of us can take this journey without being exposed to fear, pain and hate.
I was recently reading Buck Brannam’s book Faraway Horses, and the stories of his upbringing just makes you want to hold on to the Good book and wonder why?
But the message of life is not the various wrecks, disappointments and scars, but to have faith in God and have a vision of where you are and what you want to be and brothers make it happen.
I just wonder how many folks walk around in fear, fear of failure, fear of dying or getting hurt, fear of loss, fear of poverty, fear of fear.
Franklin Roosevelt stated “we have nothing to fear but fear it”
He was correct; fear is a temporary defense mechanism. We all experience it at that instant where we realize, “hey I got to do this but it might hurt, but the outcome could be magnificent.
How about that first time you learned to swim, or you climbed on that Palomino and rode her out, what about that moment where you realize that you child is now an adult and you have to let go …,
The high dive at the local pool, or strapping in for the demolition derby, where car crashing is a must.
Make this year a year of fear, find it, embrace it and defeat it.
Call it out in the middle of the street for everyone to see it for what it is and walk right over and stare it down to what it is a basic old simple imagination of the mind.
When you release your fears your mind and heart will soar to new heights.
God Bless you and yours this Christmas season in the land of the free and the home of the BRAVE.