Who are the Golden State Blazers?
The Golden State Blazers are a group of ladies residing throughout Northern California. This team was founded December 2010. Through publicity such as performing at Fairs rodeos and parades Golden State Blazer membership continues to grow. The Golden State Blazers practice weekly at the Sacramento Horsemen's Association.
What is the Golden State Blazers Purpose?
The Golden State blazers mission is to promote the participation of women who enjoy horseback riding and to preserve the art of Equestrian Drill. We want our riders to set a high standard within their community and become positive role models to all who meet and observe them. The Golden State Blazers encourage any ladies who are interested in riding with a drill team to contact us at the email address or phone numbers listed on the home page of this website.
What is Drill Team?
A drill team consists of four or more riders that perform a variety of complex maneuvers on horseback. Consistent spacing, alignment, timing, and coordination are skills required by each rider. Riders must also have dependable and athletic horses. Uniforms can be very simple with matching shirts, jeans, and hats or very elaborate with lots of glitter, chaps, and matching tack.