Racing Days hosts family fun weekend

Although there was no thoroughbred racing held this year, the Princeton Racing Days Association hosted a weekend full of great events.

During the Princeton Racing Days events this past weekend

During the Princeton Racing Days events this past weekend

Little Britches Rodeo kids showcased their talents all day Saturday and Sunday in the rodeo arena at the Princeton Exhibition Grounds. In the front of the grounds, Princeton Racing Days Association provided attendees with various forms of entertainment.

The concession crew and vendor Jay from Golden Hills made sure everyone was fed and watered and vendors Nicki McIvor, (Nicki’s Tie Dyes) Miranda Grigg and family, (Miranda’s Kitchen) provided a variety of shopping experiences. Fran and Shirley of the Fall Fair group, Allan and Shareyl of Shining his Light Ministries, Liz Henderson of SOS and the Lawnmower Racers provided information on each of their events/causes.

Buckin’ Bull Rentals provided a day full of thrills with their mechanical bull and surf-board rides. (Bouncy castle for the wee ones)

Mudd Safety Awareness taught kids how to gear up and ride atv’s safely—and boy, did they love to ride!

The West Coast Lumberjack show was a hit, showcasing their talents with a chainsaw, cross-cut saw and especially their agility with a double-bitted axe. They had their audiences laughing with the humour and amazed with the talents.

Challenges and fun awaited attendees at the Bells and Whistles Mini Golf course, while Rainbow the clown had everyone in stitches of laughter while he created incredible creatures made from balloons.

On Saturday night, great music and dance was enjoyed courtesy of Dale Seaman and Highway 97.