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    From the Horsetrader sales staff - May 5th, 2011 - Ingate Column

    If you, too, are a Facebook user, be sure you check out how easy is to share your favorite current ads in the Horsetrader – just go to horsetrader.com, find the ads to share and click on the “Share on Facebook” button! Not just classifieds, but display ads, Fototraders – you find it, you share it! It’s our latest new feature, and one that you will surely “like”! View PDF with EASY step-by-step instructions.

    Are you appreciated? Let American Horse Products, with the largest selection of tack, supplements, English and Western attire in Orange County, show you how it feels at their 12th Annual Customer Appreciation Day Sale on Saturday, May 7, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. They’ll have free samples, demonstrations, drawings and they’re even serving up a nice catered lunch from Las Golondrinas. Manufacturer reps will be on site to answer all of your questions and give discounts on their products. They invite you to join them for a day of fun and BIG Savings. And if you’re looking to find new homes for some of your tack and saddles, bring it on by as they’re having a free tack swap meet. What a day! You could even be the winner of the Grand Prize Drawing! Save the date and don’t be late, see ad on page 70.

    EQ-Wine Covers (see ad on page 7) on April 10 sponsored a show at Close By Ranch in San Miguel, and one of the big winners was Tammy Gillette of Lockwood, who won a “Classic” pasture shelter donated by EQ-Wine owners Jim and Shirley Fritsche. Single raffle tickets for the $795 shelter were given to each class entrant.

    The Gaylord Rodeo Company will present the Del Mar Western Day Pro Rodeo at the Del Mar Fairgrounds Saturday May 14, with two full rodeo performances at noon and 6 p.m. Gates open at 10 a.m., so come early and shop, enjoy pony rides music and dancing, and more! Also, there’s an evening concert featuring Brant Vogel. For more info, call (951) 575-5577 and see the ad on page 107.

    The legendary Mule Days Celebration on Memorial Day weekend in Bishop is fast approaching on May 24-29. More than 700 mules will compete in 181 events at this family event which is part mule show, part Wild West show and part test of skills. Highlights of the international world-class event include the return of the historic 20 Mule Team, the longest running non-motorized parade, country music star Neal McCoy live in concert, the Packer’s Scramble, arts & crafts show, BBQ’s, dances & much, much more! See the ad on page 97.

    Join the Morgan Horse Club of Southern California for their Spring Classic Morgan Horse Show May 20-22 at Casner Ranch in Temecula. In addition to special classes like the “Grand Champion Morgan Halter Stallion – $200 Winner Take All” class, this is a Golden West Region 7-approved, double-points show! To learn more or to get a show premium, call show chairman Vicki Smith at (909) 229-7319.

    Prevention is always better than a cure. By regular use of cold therapy in strenuous exercise routines, many of the stressors within tissues are removed before inflammation develops. Cold also significantly impress bone density, reducing the opportunity for bone stress related injuries. Equine Spa Cold Salt Hydrotherapy is now available at Ortega Equestrian Center in San Juan Capistrano. It aids in the prevention and rehabilitation of muscle and connective tissue, skin disorders and infections, conditions of the bones, joints and hoof. Call for their May special and witness for yourself the benefits of this amazing, affordable therapy! See the ad on page 57!

    A USEF Friesian Judges clinic will be held in Burbank in conjunction with the Fiesta of the Spanish Horse at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center May 4-8. This is an excellent opportunity for our members on the west coast to learn more about how to judge Friesians according to USEF rules. Cecile Hetzel-Dunn will be the panelist. Contact Chuck Walker at cwalker@usef.org for more information or to audit.

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