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    Come with us to the 2009 Horse Expo!

    June 4th issue of California Horsetrader will be front-and-center

    From the Horsetrader sales staff - May 20th, 2009 - Ingate Column

    The Western States Horse Expo…the “Gold Standard of Equine Expositions”… returns to Cal Expo June 12-14, and the California Horsetrader will be there as Publishers of the Official Expo Program. Our June 4 issue will be there, too, and it’s a great chance to reach a strong, diverse horse market that picks up each and every copy that we bring. Whether you advertise in our display ads, our classifieds, or our Fototraders, your message will be picked up and read! Deadline is May 22, so be sure to give us a call at (760) 546-1184, or email ads@horsetrader.com and be sure you mention you want to be in the Expo Issue June 4!

    Just in time for a “summer in the saddle”… the RidezCool Saddle Pads. This patent-pending technology revolutionizes saddle pads, using airflow channels and vent holes keep your horse cooler to improve performance. It’s flexible, lightweight and dries completely in 30-40 minutes…just hose and hang! Several styles to choose from depending on your discipline and comes with 2-year warranty. See the ad on page 71.

    Looking to learn more about dressage? Want to improve you and your horse’s performance? Join Susann Regalmuto for a dressage clinic May 30-31 at Rockin W Ranch in Shadow Hills. Offering free auditing and lecture, along with free stall (bring your own feed/shavings), this clinic is open to all levels of riders, from training through FEI. Come enjoy Rockin W’s brand new full-size dressage arena! To reserve your spot, see the ad on page 71 and call Susann at (951) 515-7133.

    The National Versatility Ranch Horse Association will be sponsoring the first Versatility Ranch Horse event in California to be held June 13-14 in Paso Robles at the Loftus Arena. Geared toward both novice and accomplished horsemen, the clinic will feature World’s Greatest Horseman finalist Mark Luis, along with expert clinician Jay Henson. Riders will learn roping, cutting, cow work, trail and conformation during the Saturday clinic. On Sunday, riders will have the chance to show off their skills in the versatility event. Cost for the clinic or the event is $170 per event, or $300 for both events. Entry deadline is June 1, so call now to reserve your spot! Call Cece Chambless at (505) 470-8989.

    Still haven’t made all of your summer vacation plans for the family or kids? Be sure to check out our Horse Vacations/ Camps section on pages 52-53 for various guest ranches and kids camps throughout the summer. Some new ones you’ll find in this issue are Palomar Christian Conference Center which offers Horse Camp 2009 for girls ages 10-17; Project Safari Camp for Kids with day camps in Chino Hills and sleep-away camps in Temecula; Bright Valley Farms in San Diego’s Spring Valley, offering weekly camps for boys and girls ages 7 and over, and the Monte Vista Horsemanship Camps. The fun is set to begin this summer!

    Shed some light on your arena or barn! Titan Equine Lighting will show you how with a free design layout and price quote to install an affordable, energy-efficient Orion Lights system. Enjoy full spectrum, daylight-quality light without glare or shadows while adding safety and reducing greenhouse gases. To discocer Orion Lights and the service and expertise offered by Titan Equine Lighting, see the ad on page 38!

    Tea Tree Medicated Shampoo is an effective medicated shampoo containing the finest natural ingredients, including tea tree oil and aloe. Tea Tree Medicated Shampoo aids in the relief of multiple skin ailments including bacteria, fungus, dry skin, bug bites and rain rot. Available in 32 oz. size, it may also be used as an all-purpose shampoo to maintain a healthy coat and promote hair growth. See the ad on page 18, or call (800) 328-1317.

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