Throughout 1940's - western-style clothing was sewn for the Posse by Montana native, Irene Merrin. in 1958, Irene began designing and sewing shirts and caps for jockeys and exercise people at Longacres and became known to thoroughbred-racing fans as the "Longacres Shirt Lady" . She and her husband Howard owned some 30 race horses.
1943 - Spring - The Posse was offered a contract to perform at Western Washington State Fair provided an all-palomino team would show.
With only a little better than half the members owning palominos at the time, a contract was signed nonetheless.
1943 Late Spring - Then Captain Wilfred Hall, Chuck Underwood, Chris Bewer, Art Meister, and Art Hughes boarded a plane bound for Billings Montana, where they selected several outstanding mounts to be re-sold to members in need of palominos.
Chris Bewer Art Meister
Elmer Sanford Herb Harmon
Harry Jennings Pat Murphy
1943 Summer - Posse met once a week at the home of Drillmaster Floyd Albro in Auburn for drill practice and meetings.
1943 Labor Day Weekend - The Posse was invited to perform at the Ellensburg Rodeo and horse show for a three-day celebration. This is when the Posse first was able to realize the fulfilment of their dream - to show an all-Palomino Posse.
1943 September - The Posse met their contract and performed at the Western Washington State Fair in Puyallup with an all-palomino team.
1944-1945 - Despite being wartime, a number of flag drills and other appearances were made at shows of different kinds.
Drill competition, Wenatchee, Washington
Lake City Pioneer Days Parade
1947 - Participated in the first annual Seattle Times Sportsmen's Show.
(Left to right:) Lieutenant Art Meister, Bob Albro, Dan Webster, Dick Brown, Russ Wright riding for Vic Johnson, Pat Murphy, Lieutenant Chick Underwood, Ivar Skjelkvale, Dwight Garrett, Cliff Swain, Bert Croshaw, Dan Bekins, Herb Harmon, Lieutenant Chris Brewer, Art Hughes, Dan Marriott, Drillmaster Floyd Albro, and Captain Wilfred Hall