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    Big Horse Feed’s plan helps avoid gift disasters

    From the Horsetrader Sales Staff - November 20th, 2015 - General News, Ingate Column

    Big Horse Feed and Mercantile “Gift Registry” is the best way to avoid gift giving disasters this holiday season. The gift registry is the perfect opportunity to graciously tell your loved ones what you’d truly like for Christmas. Both registrants and their loved ones will receive 15% off any purchase of registry items (restrictions apply). That’s Big Horse savings! And ladies, it’s your night…Ladies Night on December 3rd, 6-8 pm! There’ll be food and refreshments as well as 20% savings on your Christmas shopping.

    You may wonder why this iconic store is called Big Horse. Here’s a little history. Since 1972, the Corona Family had been farming their 165 acres in Temecula and had often hosted educational programs for the local schools. Rose Corona, the Corona’s daughter, was always in charge of those programs. Rose also owned and used her two Belgian Draft Horses for all of the school programs. Draft Horses are unique in themselves mostly because they are so big. However the Corona’s found that although people may not know the family, the people in the community and their children sure knew those two horses, Jim and Mike. Often, people would ask where Corona Ranch was, and when they were told of the location, people would exclaim, “Oh I know you! You’re the ones with the Big Horses!” So with their picture neatly put atop the building in their team harness, Jim and Mike have overlooked the name of the store “Big Horse Feed and Mercantile”.

    Stop by the store any time. You’ll find a friendly, welcoming atmosphere, riding and fashion apparel for the whole family, jewelry and accessories, home décor, gifts, feed and plenty of fun. And be sure to whinny at Jim and Mike. You can reach Big Horse at 951-676-2544 with any questions. See ad on page 11.

     

    Do you know tractors? Know how to dish the dirt on them? Well then, you just might be the person that Stotz Equipment is looking for. Stotz Equipment, a family-owned John Deere dealership, is looking for a qualified Field Tractor Sales Specialist in Southern California.

    With 22 locations in 8 western states, Stotz has built its reputation on being your source for new and used tractor equipment, parts and service. From large agriculture tractors, golf & turf equipment, equine / ranch compact tractors and John Deere gators to hand-held power tools from Honda and Stihl, they have what you need to help make your life easier. Their vision is to be the best equipment dealer in the world. To achieve this, they strive to provide exceptional customer service by building long term relationships, offering flexible solutions and providing their customers with uptime availability.

    The ideal candidate for this sales position will have 5+ years of sales experience, an understanding of John Deere equipment, vehicles and implements and the ability and willingness to travel. Experience in the equine industry is a plus. For a full job description and information on how to apply, visit the employment tab on www.StotzEquipment.com. See ad on page 43.

     

    Mike’s Horse & Livestock Auction has brought livestock and farm items to the auction block, since 1970! On Friday, January 1st, 2016, Mike’s is hosting a very special New Year’s Day Horse Tack & Saddle Auction. Sale starts at 12 noon, gates open at 9 am for inspection. They’ll be featuring horse tack and collectibles from a large estate, including 20 used saddles, Billy Cook, Circle Y, Courts, Garcia Silver Bits, plus all of the top brands of bridles and halters, bronzes, art and paintings. Two doctors buggies from the 1800’s. Mike’s Horse & Livestock Auction has taken all of the horse related items and saved them for this giant auction. After being tied up in storage, they will be liquidating the remaining inventory of the former 3 Bar Saddlery. Including over 40 western saddles, Aussie, western, English, gel pads, memory pads, wool pads, mohair wood saddle blankets, breast collars, cinches and bridles, and just about anything that you would find in a western store! Everything will be sold to the highest bidder. No holds and no reserves. A select number of quality horses after the tack sale.

    Mike’s regular horse sale is the second Saturday of every month. Save the dates for upcoming sales on November 14th & December 12th. Mike’s Horse and Livestock Auction is located at 10412 Old Limonite Way, Mira Loma, CA. Call for more info 541-592-4300. See their ad on page 9.

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