Eagle Little Britches Rodeo Committee wants to thank:Dan Eckert from Triple G Outfitters for making our very very successful skijoring fundraiser possible.Tony VanCampen for the use of his pasture.Winner prizes: Eagle Embroidery for donating all embroidery for the jackets and the horse blankets. Challenge Outfitters (coats), Andrea Dunlap (coat), Wylaco (horse blankets), and Don Donahue (breast collar) for the prizes.Honorable-mention prizes: Leadville Skijoring Team for the assistance on the course and timing during the race. Sherry (Eagle Embroidery) for the use of the snowmobiles. Eagle Valley Printing for the fliers. Judge, Jimmy Heflin and Joe Walsh for driving the snowmobiles.Cash donations: Michelle Maloney, Fred Rumford, Beaver Creek Ski School, Elliott Concrete, Doc Canning, Eagle Sinclair, Custom Coaxail, Jerry Butters, Alliance Resortation, Brush Creek Saloon, C& C Plumbing, Diamond S, Eagle County Sheriffs Office, Eagle Auto Recycling, Harry William, Moes BBQ and Harriet Rosenwald.Silent-auction items: Boyz Toyz & Sons, The Dusty Boot restaurant in Beaver Creek, Wendys, Fusion, Sweetwater Liquors, Vickie Dunlap, Macs Liquors, Main Auto Parts, Broadway Liquors, Sleep Shop of Eagle, Santa Fe Furniture, Lucky Horse Shoe 4H, Pazzos Pizza, Everyday Outfitters, Leadville Skijoring, Alpine Trucking and Grandma (Ellie) Wamboldt.Concession stand: Dele Hobbs, Brian Fischer, Brandy Bossow, Subway (6-foot sub) and Lynnie (you know what you donated).Calcutta bidders: Without all the high rollers outbidding one another we wouldnt of have such great success. To name a few: Jeanie Hoover, Mario, Maynard Smith, Jon Mallette, Logan Inc. (Logan Satterfield) and all others that donated and bid. And last but not least, the riders, horses and skiers. Without you, we wouldnt have had this fun event.Thanks again from the Eagle Little Britches Rodeo Committee.
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