Animal Planet’s Last American Cowboy Sweepstakes

Now you can enter to win an all-inclusive stay at the Dunton Hot Springs Resort in Colorado.    You can enter once per day between now and July 15, 2010.  Good luck!

One Grand Prize will be awarded consisting of a trip for two people to the Dunton Hot Springs Resort in Dolores, Colorado. This trip consists of round trip coach air travel for two people to Colorado from a major commercial airport near winner’s residence (as determined by Sponsor), an “all-inclusive” stay at Dunton Hot Springs Resort including three meals a day per person and one double-occupancy hotel room for 4 days/3 nights, and transportation between the airport and resort. The approximate retail value of this prize is $5,000.

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About Deanna Castro

Deanna Castro has been training horses and riders professionally for over 18 years. She trains riders in Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Showmanship and Trail Riding. Deanna is married to Native American Horse Trainer Fredi Castro and she is the author of "Six Weeks to a Better Horse".
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3 Responses to Animal Planet’s Last American Cowboy Sweepstakes

  1. mary weaver says:

    love your blog and i love colorado

  2. dcastro says:

    Thanks Mary! And I hope you win.

  3. Thought your readers might be interested in this horse rescue that is doing great things!
    Equine Rescue, a non-profit organization located in Bloomingburg, NY, is making a big difference in our community, but is a struggle to meet their day-to-day expenses. Since it was formed in 1996, Equine Rescue has been dedicated to rehabilitating abused and neglected horses and ponies and has helped find homes with people who have given them another chance at being useful riding horses or companions. Their web site is full of heart-warming success stories. Horses who are less adoptable have found a permanent home at the rescue. Lynda Broas, Operator of Equine Rescue, welcomes visitors to the website as well as to the facility to learn more about the program and hopefully volunteer, donate — or both. For more information, contact Lynda Broas at 845.733.6085 or visit http://www.Equine-Rescue.org.

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