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    Legendary Mule Days comes to Bishop on May 22-27

    From the Horsetrader sales staff - May 3rd, 2012 - Ingate Column

    The legendary Mule Days Celebration in Bishop is coming soon — Memorial Day weekend, May 22-27. More than 700 mules will compete in 181 events at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in this fun, family-oriented event that is part mule show, part Wild West show, and part a 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, a Uncle Kracker live concert, the Packer’s Scramble, an arts and crafts show, barbeques, dances, and much more! For a schedule of events, to learn more or for tickets, please contact the Mule Days staff at (760) 872-4263, and se the ad on page 21.

    Known as the maker of some of the most popular hoof boots in the world, Cavallo Horse & Rider is a company dedicated to developing and distributing innovative products of excellent quality that provide comfort, protection and support for both horse and rider. Cavallo Hoof Boots are some of the most popular hoof boots in the world – easy to size, easy to fit and easy to care for. They are shaped to fit the natural horse hoof and promote healthy hooves while allowing for expansion and contraction of the hoof. Check out the full line of products from Cavallo, which includes hoof boots and accessories, saddle pads, fly masks, cinches, leg protectors and halter. See the ad on page 17.

    The Extreme Mustang Makeover will be returning to Horsetown USA, Norco, as the Mustang Trail Challenge will be held May 18-20 at the George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center. The Mustang Heritage Foundation created the Extreme Mustang Makeover event in order to recognize and highlight the value of Mustangs through a national training competition. These events give the public a unique opportunity to see the beauty, versatility and trainability of these rugged horses. All competing Mustangs in the Norco Trail Challenge will be available for adoption by the public on Sunday, May 20. Tickets are just $15 for Saturday night’s finals, and all other events are free! Call for ticket info at (512) 869-3225 and to learn more about the Mustang Heritage Foundation. See the ad on page 3!

    The Wild Horsemen of America (W.H.O.A. Inc.) would like to invite you to join them for some ranch ridin’, cattle drivin’, tail bustin’ fun! The Rancho Las Flores Trail Ride and Cattle Round-Up will be held May 17-20, at the historic Rancho Las Flores in beautiful Summit Valley. Offering camping, barbeque, entertainment, a live auction and a Two-man Sorting Challenge, this is real Western fun! Profits benefit the Junior Livestock Programs and the Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.). The $250 cost includes four days of meals, hay and entertainment. (There will be no refunds.) This event is for participants 21 years old and older. To reserve your spot and for more information, please call Rhonda Graham at (760) 240-4449 or Cliff & Sharon Wolfe at (909) 824-2030.

    Need a horse that’s been to college? The 14th Annual Feather River College Production Horse Sale will be held on Saturday, May 19, at the FRC Horse Facility in Quincy. They’ll be offering for sale top Quarter Horse bloodlines, versatile riding horses – all with a soundness guarantee! To learn more, visit www.FRC.edu/equinestudies, or call (800) 442-9799 ext. 272. See the ad on page 92.

    Adequan wants you to get the facts! There is no generic Adequan i.m. that is approved and proven to repair joint dysfunction. Adequan i.m. is the only FDA-approved Polysulfated Glycosaminoglycan on the market. What does FDA-approved mean? It means that the product is scientifically proven to be safe and effective, has accurate and effective dosing, has the stability that confirms shelf life matches the labeled expiration date, as well as the manufacturing facilities and processes meet strict standards for consistency and quality. Adequan i.m. is indicated to reverse joint damage and improve joint function through intramuscular injection. Don’t risk your horse’s joints with non FDA-approved products! Learn more by seeing the ad on page 52.

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