Thank you to everyone who came out for a night of fun at our annual Year End Celebration at the end of November at the clubhouse. We were impressed with the incredible spread of food that everyone brought. Thank you! It was a busy night. We raised $1000+ on our silent auction and would like to thank all of the sponsors. We named our High Point Award winners for the 2012 season, and also our volunteers of the year as well as the Carol Schellenberg Award recipient for sportsmanship. Congratulations to all winners and volunteers. Please click here for a complete breakdown of winners.
This page provides KRC members with important information and forms. If you have an item you think we should add, please contact us.
Current KRC High Points Award winners are listed below.
KRC Forms for Member Use
All membership forms are available on the Memberships page.
- VOLUNTEER HOURS: Submit your volunteer hours using the Volunteer Hours Form or use this printable form
- HIGH POINT AWARDS: Submit your competition points by using the online High Point Awards Submission Form or use this printable form
- Carol Schellenberg Sportsmanship Award Nomination Form
Mission Creek Ranch & Greenway Access
KRC’s neighbour, Mission Creek Ranch, is a private facility who has very kindly allowed access for KRC Members to ride through their property to the Mission Creek Greenway, but all KRC Members using this path must fill out the Mission Creek Ranch Liability Waiver and drop it off to the Ranch’s office before you ride.
You are welcome to pass through the ranch, however the hacking/cross-country area at the back of the property is reserved for MCR clients and people who purchase a day pass from MCR (currently $10, available at MCR).
Remember, it is YOUR responsibility to check in with MCR to ask about the rules surrounding use of that area, and to find out if conditions are acceptable (since changes to the water table can significantly affect the footing).
In addition and most importantly, we must all appreciate the fact that MCR is a private piece of property and that this is a generous neighborly gesture not to be taken lightly and to be treated with the utmost respect.
It is important to clean up after your horse when on the greenway. Just kick manure over to the non-creek side of the path. We have received complaints from the city about manure on the Gordon Drive sidewalk outside the club, too. Please help keep our community happy.