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The Animal Cavalcade was at 11 :30 am during Folsom Street Fair, starting on Folsom at Juniper Street, heading down to 8th, looping around making a full circle up to 13th and back to Juniper Street. Trainer Pollux, Pepper Pup, Grace the Unicorn, Kato and Speckles all made it up to SF to join the festivities!
On another way too hot day in Palm Springs, November 4th was the Palm Springs Pride Parade down Sunset Canyon drive in downtown. It is always a great time to be with the LA Pony and Critter Club.
Off into the woods we go, to hunt our foxes. It is a very social day.
11 am – Stirrup Cup – traditional toast to begin the festivities
Organize the hunters and release the Fox(es) from their cage.
We had three foxes for our event. A guide goes with each fox to mark trail. We are in a National Forest and do not wish to loose people.
The Guides with the Fox must mark their trail every 30 feet minimum, we provide markers.
The Fox may choose to run back to the campground once spotted by the Hounds, but if the Fox is tagged, the Fox must stop at that point. There will be a “free from hounds” cage/burrow to curl up in.
We will have Horns to flush the Fox and communicate with.
11:30 am – The Hunt begins
The dogs/critters are released next to find the fox.
The ponies and “riders” follow the dogs.
The idea is that the dogs/critters encircle the fox after the dog/critter that finds the fox tags him/her, and they all bark to bring the ponies and “riders” to the scene. The fox is de-tailed.
Being a social event, the hunt is followed by a pot luck dinner together and a Good-bye Toast.
This year at Folsom Street Fair we did two laps as a Creature Cavalcade. The LA Pony and Critter Club had a booth at the meeting of 10th Street /Folsom Street. Tindala and I gave cart rides for $5 per ride until we could not give any more rides. An awesome day!
Too much fun at Folsom Street Fair, Sunday, September 25, 2011
BDSM Pride Day is produced by Rev Mel of TSRnetwork.com, and was held July 24th, 2011.<br><br>
As part of this event Entropy and subMissAnn, did a scene together on stage.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
The Los Angeles Pony and Critter Club represented Pride around the World, trotting and prancing their hearts out and pulling their Riders in Carts that represented Leather in Pony Play.
This was a fine day of exquisite Fetish, beautifully dressed Ladies and Gents, enjoying High Tea and a Day at The Races
<br><br>May 1, 2011
The Southern California Spring Fox Hunt is a fantastically fun day for animal role play enthusiasts and Spectators alike.<br><br>April 23, 2011
Madoc and i made 3 outings into the Folsom Street Fair on September 26, 2010. The first as \"Tribune Madoc Hibernius Brittanicus Maximus, commander of the Emperor\'s own ponygirl cavalry legion, going for a chariot ride.\" The second round, i was a Silver Show Pony with my Leather Man. the third round, W/we were in our leathers.
Sunday, June 27th, 2010<br><br>
There were many human ponies participating from The Stampede Club and Tindala with PonyMistress Vonn and i with Madoc from The LA Pony and Critter Club joined them. It was a high spirited fun celebration of Pride.
THE FIRST LOS ANGELES PONY AND CRITTER JAMBOREE
JUNE 19TH 2010
Agility Obstacle Course (PUPPIES AND CRITTERS only)
Novice Dressage (Ponies)
Advance Dressage (Ponies)
Free Style Dressage (Ponies)
Free Style critter performance (Critters)
Mare Barrel Race
Blindfolded Obstacle Course (Ponies)
Blindfolded Cart Obstacle race (Ponies)
Presentation event - open to all ponies and critters and comprised of \"showing\" the pony or critter to a judge
The LA Pony and Critter Club marched in the Los Angeles-area PRIDE parade, The Christopher Street West Pride Parade, Sunday, June 13th, 2010 <br><br>
and for the ponies, it is 3.5 miles DOWN HILL - yipeee!
May 16th, 2010<br><br>
The Los Angeles Pony and Critter Club is very proud to be part of the Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride Parade and stand with our brothers and sisters.
The Fox Hunt is a social event that combines critter and pony play in a fun day out.
Purpose of The Hunt, as with all events, is to have FUN!!
We certainly exceeded in that. ;-)
Madoc and i at the 2009 Folsom Street Fair, 27 September.
The Great Lakes Leather Alliance event, 22 - 23 August 2009.
The Great Lakes Leather Alliance is produced by Ms Kendra. i was lucky to be talking to her and Lady Justice when Michael snapped our pic.
Sunday, 28 June it was my honor to pull dignitary Leather Marshall Nyna Kaiser in my pony cart in the San Francisco Pride Parade 2009 as part of The Leather Contingent. Joining me was Mistress Liliane with Ronan pony and Ruby the Cocker Spaniel, and Mizz Parker with Sparky pony pulling dignitary Leather Marshall Brandon Clark.
PonyMistress Rebecca Wilcox and i competed for the Leather title held at the Leather Ball in wheeling, West Virginia in 2009. This community, i was introduced to, is everything i imaged a leather community to be, fun, laughing, supportive, honest, loving, and interested in each person succeeding.
<br><br>and yes, we won. ;-)
The Central Texas Kink Pony Jamboree, October 2008, PonyMistress Rebecca and i participated in the Novice Dressage, Advance Dressage, The Gauntlet Race, Mare Barrel Race, Blindfold Cart Obstacle Race, and Free-style Dressage.
At Kinky Summer in July of 2008 i did a rope bondage demonstration with Don Sir. This was a particularly exciting demo because neither Sir Don nor i had done 3 different rope suspensions at one time, one after another.
Folsom Street Fair
Photo by Erin Lubin for the SF Chronicle
This image was sent to me from www.micechat.com/Bats Day at the Fun Park
19 August 2007
Clubbing July 2006
My kink flag was flying high on 3rd Street this night, as was my \"good slut\" -ness. It was a memorable fun night.
A fun scene with Master Entropy at the Halloween Extravaganza at Hex Hollywood.
\"Hung in Hell\"
Clubbing July 2006
Clubbing July 2006
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