In The Spotlight A weekly show hosted by Mistress Cyan with Madame Margherite
This is a FREE event (see zoom link below)
Special Guest SubMissAnn Monday February 1st 8pm PDT
Join us as we spend an evening with the amazing SubMissAnn Ann, known throughout the BDSM Community as subMissAnn, has been a long standing member for 20 years, starting with private play in the 90’s and walking into her first Slap and Tickle Parlor in 2000. As Robin Pachino, she began her MILF porn career in 2005. She became interested in Pony Play in 2006 and has participated in Folsom Fair since 2007. Exploring Pony Play led her to Pony Mistress Rebecca Wilcox, with whom she shares the North American Pony/Trainer 2009 Leather Title. SubMissAnn formed the Los Angeles Pony and Critter Club in December of 2009, is the producer of the North American Pony/Trainer Contest and EQUUS International Pony Play Event. She is a published contributor to the Equus Eroticus Magazine and the author of “Pony Play with subMissAnn. subMissAnn has been a professional player since 2008. Everyday is a good day for shenanigans.
Mistress Cyan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: In The Spotlight featuring SubMissAnn Time: Feb 1, 2021 08:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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We were blessed, and invited to a large estate that has a Pony Carting track around the rim of it. It is blocked from view of the public by a tall wall around the perimeter of the estate. While carting, there was no one around us, just the Pony in a mask and the Rider. Coming back to the barn we engaged in the most folks, our Los Angeles Pony and Critter Club pod of four folks. There was a live stream video of us, and those videographers stayed more than six feet away at all times. The host came by to great us, masked and we touched elbows. Our afternoon was glorious, filled with sunshine and Pony Play. Arriving around 1 PM, the bulk of guests were to arrive for an Art Show at 4 PM. There were a few early comers as the afternoon went on. We enrolled one guest to try out being a Pony (oh my gosh, she loved it) and two guests to take reins (geez, they really loved it) because this is how we roll.
Hello everyone! Since we’ve all been at home lately, there have been a lot of people pursuing creative endeavors, including reading, writing, painting, textiles, sculpting, and graphic design.
Today we’d like to highlight a very thought-provoking interview with subMissAnn, the founder of the LAPCC, in which she discusses her life as an “evolving artist” and speaks to her human side. It’s a lovely piece and it’s nice to see one that represents one of us as a fully-formed, complex, and multi-faceted human being.
I love the phrase “versatile artist” and think it applies to a large number – perhaps the majority – of us petplayers!
COVID-19 Pre-cautions in Place for Equus IPPE 2020:
Due to Covid-19 safety concerns, this event has been logistically created differently than any other Equus IPPE.
Our event has 4050 square feet of ballroom space with 12’ ceilings.
A map was created to give each team or single Pony private space (4′ x 4′) with 6’ between each space and walking path space to the event arena. As folks have registered these spaces have been assigned.
The outer corral is 30’ x 60’, the inner corral 20’ x 40’. Only one team at a time enters per game run and all touched surfaces (except the floor) are cleaned in between participants.
There are 2 Pony Stations to tie off your Ponies. This is valuable if you have more than one to take into the ring or if there are Single Ponies waiting for the House Handler. One Pony per Station.
Social Distances are established and marked. There is an enforced limited number of possible attendees for safety.
Upon check-in you will be given a reversible filter mask made by Sarge (IMsl2015, our Estrella Pony).
We want everyone to know that we have extended Travel Funds for all the postponed and cancelled events they were scheduled to Present at this year to be available for when these events occur again. They are a fabulous Pony/Trainer team, and deserve the opportunity to have their full say on Pony Play. The Covid-19 pandemic has altered some of their plans. However, these plans are POSTPONED, not cancelled. We know Domina and Tromper will do great things once the Cons start up again and it is safe for them to travel!
We were delighted to see Tromper via video chat this week. We are having our video chats using https://meet.jit.si/ (“Jitsi” rhymes with “bitsy”) which is good because it is free and you do not need to sign up for an account to join.
We are still accepting applications for North American Pony 2021… at least until the end of the month! You must complete and send your application form with all attachments and fee by May 31st, 2020 at 11:59 PM if you would like to compete.
You can buy tickets to the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/equus-international-pony-play-event-tickets-84458131545
A reminder that this event will provide masks for anyone who attends. We MUST ensure a safe event for our wonderful ponies, trainers, friends, and community. Thanks to everyone for being safe and kind.
Hey everyone! We had a great IN-PERSON hangout at Griffith Park this week! It was good to see your faces. Or at least, half of them. Everyone wore their masks and maintained their distance. We are very proud of ourselves for demonstrating and practicing the most up-to-date recommendations.
Here’s some exciting news that was revealed at our last playdate. This year we are including a new event: jousting.
You definitely won’t want to miss it!
We try to keep EQUUS fresh and exciting every year. If you have an idea, let us know! The only thing we are limited by is our safety and our imaginations. If we can adapt an activity to do safely, then we are always enthusiastic to try!