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    You can take the guess work out of finding the perfect gift for you, your loved one, or best friend at Big Horse Feed and Mercantile in Temecula. Have you ever thought, “Gee honey… just what I always wanted for Christmas!” Well now there’s an option to give or receive the perfect gift this holiday season. Sign up today for Big Horse’s Gift Registry and receive 15 percent off any purchase listed on your gift registry — or the registry of your loved ones or friends. Better yet, the friendly staff at Big Horse will even gift wrap it for you! (Limited to in-store items only and does not include feed, saddles, Brighton Jewelry, Charles Owen, Roecki gloves, wormers, vaccines, and dog or cat food. Cannot be combined with already discounted or discontinued items. Offer expires 12/24/2020.) S, be a hero (not a zero!) and avoid another year of holiday gift-giving tragedies. Big Horse is located at 33320 Temecula Parkway, Temecula. Call (951) 676-2544 or visit BigHorseFeed.com. See ad on page 11.


    So, you want to be a COWBOY? Then come see Lynn Devenport at San Pasqual Valley Ranch in the north San Diego County community of Escondido. Whether it’s basic riding lessons with Shelby McCutcheon, intermediate/advanced riding lessons with Mindy Siataga, or team roping lessons with Lynn, you can experience team roping, team penning and sorting, barrel racing, pole bending, and join their junior and high school rodeo teams. There’s fun for the whole family at SPVR, so give Lynn a call at (760) 805-5381 or visit SanPasqualValleyRanch.com for more information. See ad on page 9.


    The Zoom Adoption was successful! The Bureau of Land Management of California, along with its partner Sacramento County Sheriff’s office, recently offered eight inmate-trained saddle horses for adoption on Nov. 19. The adoption was held virtually on Zoom. Thirty bidders from four states bid on the horses. All the horses were adopted with the high-bid horse going for $3,250. Inmates at the Rio Consumnes Correctional Center trained the horses. The next adoption will occur in February, also via Zoom. The date will be decided in the near future. For more information, please visit BLM.gov. See ad on page 7.


    Spend more time on your horse and less time (and gas) on the freeway! Boarding and training in Chino Hills has all kinds of advantages. At the beautiful Rancho De Felicidad, you’ll find more than great trails, close access (across the street!) to the Chino Valley Equine Hospital, and close proximity to al the McCoy shows; you’ll also find three top trainers. Ted Lange (English and Western training and lessons), Amy Miller (USDF Dressage), and Kimberly Ver Hage, DVM (training and rehabilitation). Rancho De Felicidad is located at 2927 English Place, Chino Hills, 91709. For more info, call (951) 316-0063 or visit www.rdefinc.com, and see the ad on page 13.


    The In Gate column is composed by the sales staff at the California Horsetrader. If you would like to put the California Horsetrader and horsetrader.com to work for you, please call the display sales staff at 760/546-1184, or e-mail to: lori.wilson@horsetrader.com

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