Sending a warm hug to your family She was a super lady, may memories hold her dear Your Mom was such a grand lady, she inspired me many times over with her love and devotion to her family four legged and two. I first met her when I was then Sheila Cassidy, then Scott - she was always the same, hard work, honest, sharing a glass of wine, hot toddy in the cold winters, I stayed at the place with my sons when she went on shows, and loved every minute of living her life for a short while in so doing. We shared talks of troubled times and times of joy - we shared laughter and This was one great lady, I think she taught every kid in the neighborhood to ride,,, rest in peace, teach all the ghost riders in heaven how to ride Ron and Dave, Your Mom was a beautiful inspiration to so many!
After nearly 40 years in the same location. Starting with the youngest members on adorable ponies, to the parents and grandparents on their esteemed horses, the Club has provided an avenue for families to share their adoration of horse competition for generations. In the early years, Clearview was purely horse Country, but as time passed, the land around the facility became more of a highly developed urban area. Bits and Spurs Riding Club was established in