We are a non profit club that has been in existence since 1946. The orders of the club are to promote good fellowship among the horsemen of this community, to assist in community affairs, and to bring favorable publicity to this part of the country.

Some of the activities the club is involved in is producing an annual rodeo. This rodeo has been in existence since 1945 and is the longest running rodeo on the coast. We have also been involved in the Loyalty Day festivities, by putting on a Cowboy Breakfast the first Sunday of May. Our members also participate in riding in the Loyalty Day and 4th of July parades. We also have barrel races and playdays for all ages.

Our club has always been strong supporters of the 4-H clubs on the Peninsula, by letting them use our club facilities, and helping them in fund raisers. We are also involved in helping other organizations such as the Beach Barons and Ilwaco Merchants.

We welcome any horse or non horse people to come and join us.

See Peninsula Saddle Club in the Chinook Observer, March 2008

Watch Ready to Ride, a video on Amy McHale’s PeeWee and Junior Barrel Racing class, and read the Chinook Observer article, Pee Wee barrel racers are Ready to RIDE by Damian Mulinex.