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First Wright Quarter Horses Production Sale is coming July 10

From the Horsetrader sales staff - July 1st, 2010 - Ingate Column

If you are keeping an eye for top performance horses for sale, there’s a sale July 10 at the 101 Livestock Market along Highway 101 between Salinas and San Juan Bautista that you don’t want to miss. The inaugural Wright Quarter Horse Production Sale starts at 5 p.m. Saturday afternoon, with a preview scheduled from 1 p.m. to sale time, and a barbeque from 4-6 p.m. Ranch horses, rope horses, reined cow horses and finished cutting horses – including well-started Snaffle Bit Futurity prospects — will will be sold. You’ll also find beginner, kids and high school rodeo horses – well-bred registered AQHA and APHA mares, geldings and stallions. For more information, contact Justin, Walter or Sharon Wright at the ranch (831) 623-4281 or on the cell phone (831) 801-0322, and be sure to see the ad on page 26.

The Vista Palomar Riders will be holding the Annie Vano Scholarship Benefit Show on Sunday, July 18 in Vista. It is an open English and Western show, with all proceeds to benefit Annie’s Scholarship. APHA PAC approved for 2010, the show will offer 10 daily high-point awards, along with a silent auction, raffles, music and food! To view the show premium & for more info, call Christina (760) 630-9889. Be sure to see the ad on page 84.

Come race with Riverside County Barrel Racers this year, as they celebrate 13 years of barrel racing in Riverside County! Their Summer Saddle Series kicks off July 9, with four open 4D barrel races being offered Friday nights under the lights of Hidden Creek Arena in Corona. Saddles by Cactus Saddlery, will be awarded to division winners by average time, best 3-out-of-4 races. For more information, event dates & premium, call (888) 653-9255 and see the ad on page 24.

It’s that trailering time of year! Perhaps more importantly, fire season is approaching. What are you waiting for? Bethany Pappani and international clinician Len Judd will be demonstrating safe trailer loading on Saturday, July 17 at 9 a.m. at the Windfall Ranch in Alpine. The safety of you and your family should be the first priority. The greatest factor in limiting your losses during a wildfire is having and using a preparedness plan for family and animals. Will your horse load in a trailer? Don’t wait until a fire to attempt loading! Start helping your horse to load. If you cannot do the job, hire a professional today to help you and your horse. For directions and more info, please call Bethany at (619) 733-7830. See ad on page 44.

SeaBuck Equine LLC, maker of nutrient-rich sea buckthorn berry-based SeaBuck Complete, a natural whole-food product, has been found to be an effective supplement for horses. The super fruit sea buckthorn berry is the main ingredient in the product that has received rave reviews on supporting a healthy digestive function while maintaining a proper gut pH, promoting healthy skin and coat, and supporting reproductive function in horses. The first recorded uses of the berry dates back to the 12th Century when famous warriors including Genghis Khan were documented as powering their horses with sea buckthorn to increase their stamina and give them the ability to recover from combat more rapidly. According to Dusty McMullin, Vice President of SeaBuck Equine, “In a study conducted by the College of Veterinary Medicine at University of Tennessee, SeaBuck Complete was shown effective in preventing the worsening of ulcers during stress in 88% of the animals tested.” He added, “In addition to the scientific evidence, we have hundreds of testimonials from horse breeders, trainers and owners touting the effectiveness of SeaBuck Complete for a horse’s overall well being.” The source for SeaBuck Equine’s sea buckthorn berry is high in the Himalayan Mountains where some of the most extreme weather conditions exist. It is from this variance in temperature that the berries literally fortify themselves by taking full advantage of elements available in the nutrient-rich soil and, in doing so, survive the harshest conditions on the planet. The result is a bright orange filled-with-nutrients-berry that has been recognized in the Eastern hemisphere as a potent source for treating numerous ailments and conditions for centuries. Its tremendous powers are now showing incredible advancements in the care of horses in the Western World. SeaBuck Equine, based in Midvale, Utah, develops all-natural equine health and performance supplements based on this super fruit. See the ad on page 44.

The California Thoroughbred Farm Managers Association invites you to “Dine with the Stallions” on Tuesday, July 20, from 5 to 8 p.m at the historic Vessels Stallion Farm in Bonsall. Dine while world class Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse stallions are presented to you, including In Excess and First Down Dash. Learn about their careers, progeny, conformation and personalities as you enjoy dinner and conversation under the oaks. You can also take part in the silent auction and raffle! Great prizes and items will be available. Main course and beverages will be provided by CTFMA. Please bring a salad, side dish or dessert for the summer social. There is a $10 donation, with all proceeds going to equine charities, scholarships and research. For directions and more info, see the ad on page 33.

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