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Warm weather doesn’t have to be marked by tail swishing, head tossing and foot stomping. Make this the year you put an end to fly season woes with a pest control program that really works. Effective control demands more than just one weapon against annoying, disease-carrying flies, mosquitoes and ticks. That’s why Farnam has developed a complete arsenal of pest control products to block, repel and reduce, enabling you to protect both horse and premises by building your own powerful No Fly Zone.

The Farnam’s “No Fly Zone” Sweepstakes have been such a success, the company is doing it again, even giving horse owners a choice of which products they can win. When you enter online, you’ll have the opportunity to select which No Fly Zone Prize Package you prefer should you win. Ten lucky winners will be chosen by random drawing to each receive approximately $500 in Farnam pest control products. In addition, during each week of the contest Farnam will select a winner to receive a No Fly Zone T-shirt.

Farnam’s “No Fly Zone” Sweepstakes started May 1 and will end June 12. There’s no purchase necessary, and it’s easy to enter—just go to farnam.com, facebook.com/farnamhorse or farnam.com/noflyzone.

Winning the battle against flies, mosquitoes and ticks is all about attacking them on multiple levels using physical barriers, repellents and a feed-through product to break the fly life cycle, which reduces the population. Farnam has all the tools you need to build an effective No Fly Zone.

Don’t wait until summer is here and fly season peaks. Get started now for best results! Learn more about effective pest control and why it’s so important by clicking on Stable Talk at farnam.com. You’ll find dozens of articles and tips on fly and insect control as well as a wide range of other topics. While you’re there, sign up to receive Farnam’s free monthly e-newsletter, Life with Horses, for the latest news and special offers.

Founded in 1946, Farnam Companies, Inc., has grown to become one of the most widely recognized names in the animal health products industry, and has become one of the largest marketers of equine products in the country. No one knows horses better than Farnam! See ads on pages 17 and 40.


The California Reining Horse Association (CRHA) wants to thank all its members for their patience during this unprecedented time. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us in ways we never imagined, as parts of our lives have come to a sliding stop. As we have seen in other challenging times, we are grateful for how our horse community pulls together..

Given the state-level “stay at home” orders through mid-May, the CRHA Board has cancelled the Hollywood Charity Show scheduled for May 26-31 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. The board understands this is a difficult time for the entire horse community, and the safety of its competitors, trainers, vendors, staff, and spectators remains its top priority.

In the meantime, mark your calendars for the CRHA Slide at the Dam on Aug. 6-9 at Hansen Dam Horse Park as well as the CRHA Challenge on Oct. 20-25 at the LAEC. Both shows will be NRHA Affiliate qualifiers!

CRHA is excited to be expanding its shows to an additional venue and creating more opportunities for riders to earn points toward awesome year-end awards. Now you can visit CRHAreining.com to check your points and membership status. Contact danielle@langershows.com with any points-related or membership questions. The CRHA looks forward to seeing the reiners back in the show pen once it is safe to gather.


Other events postponed include the Western States Horse Expo (now set for July 16-19 at the Murieta Equestrian Center), the National Reining Breeding Classic (looking at September) and the National Reined Cow Horse Association Stallion Stakes (now set for Aug. 22-30 at South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The Stakes, featuring 4-and 5-year-old horses who are sired by Subscribed Stallions, this year also will feature a highly-anticipated Pre Futurity. The National Stock Horse Association typically conducts its popular futurity at South Point in late August, but it was beneficial to both organizations for the NSHA to cancel its 2020 event rather than have two big shows back-to-back.

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