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2024 Items

This section is dedicated to the latest news, notes, and important information of the activities held within the PNFPG as well as the Fjord community that have additional information not listed on our Calendar of Events page.  Please be sure to check out the drop down links to our calendar and meeting minutes for additional items of importance.  If you have items worth noting and would like to share with our members, please contact the Editor at: or fill out the "Contact Us" form on the "About Us" page.

Building a Better Horse from the Ground Up Clinic - Olivia Farm, Clayton, WA

Feb 24 - 25, 2024

$100/day; $25 to audit

Must sign up quickly-limited openings. Contact Solveig for stabling/camping availability.  

Solveig Pedersen


Olivia Farm

4669 G Williams Valley Rd, Clayton, WA

Syttende Mai Parade - Ballard, WA

May 17, 2024

The annual Syttendai Mai parade is in the works, featuring the fabulous Fjords!  Be sure to check them out in Ballard, WA.  The coordinators love having the horses there in the parade and later at the museum for people to see, touch, and ask questions about the breed. It is a highlight of the festivities. Karl needs to have commitments from people in advance. Contact him for all details at: 360-568-5150 or


Feasting & Fjord Fun - Stevensville, MT

July 19 - 21

Friday - Sunday: Riding/driving trails group or individual. Arena gaming, obstacle, and trail obstacle competitions on Saturday. Dick and Sharon are providing all the food.


Onsite camping for tents and trailers & horse housing available. (closest hotels would be in the Missoula area) There is no charge for this event but you must be an active PNFPG member.

Excellent opportunity to have fun with our horses and have time to visit with PNFPG members.


Dick Renfro

406-550-3261 (text first)

783 Dry Gulch Rd

Stevensville, MT


Farragut Park - Athol, ID

Aug 23 - 25, 2024

Camping/riding/driving and lake activities

Lots of time to visit. This is a great family vacation spot. There is a large grocery store and a few restaurants nearby if you get tired of your own cooking.


Contact: Linda Stevenson


Visitor Center (208) 683-2425


We will be staying in the Equestrian area . 6 camping sites with corrals available but you can also stay in the day use field west of the corrals if self contained with stalling for your horses. There are 20 miles of riding trails and a 10 mile carriage trail plus all the other amenities of the park including boating and swimming. Dogs must be on leash.

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