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Clinician Chris Cox is coming to San Mateo County on Aug. 6-7

From the Horsetrader sales staff - July 15th, 2010 - Ingate Column

The one and only Chris Cox comes to Woodside next month for a two-day clinic on Aug. 6-7 that will benefit the Mounted Patrol of San Mateo County. A two-hour Friday night session followed by a five-hour clinic Saturday from 12:30-5:30 p.m. costs just $35. Admission is $25 per day if attended individually. Colt starting, creating a natural headset, trailer loading and more. See Chris’s ad on page 25 for more information, and call 888-81-HORSE.

Rancho Cucamonga and surrounding area – save 10 percent off purchases more than $50 at your local feed store, C.W. Feed & Pet! The full service feed, equestrian and pet supply store, located a half-mile south of the 210 Freeway at the stop light between 19th and Baseline, has an ad with a coupon on page 22. You can reach the store’s friendly, knowledgeable staff at (909) 944-9427.

There’s a new gem in Hesperia — the Boulder Creek Ranch Equestrian Center — and now’s the time to give it a look if you’re ready for a world-class riding, training and event facility. Along with many sizes of barns and stables, the facility offers five different arenas for every discipline — all with professional footing. The spectacular setting and amenities make the best new equine event/show facility worth the short drive. Arena rental includes use of the warm-up arena, restroom facilities, snack shop, acres of parking, turn-outs, grooming area, covered wash racks, and round pens. There are 50 show stalls and dry RV camping also available for rent. Private trainer offices are available at NO CHARGE! Their “Grand Opening Special” is “Fst Month Free” (requires a 1 year agreement) with free haul-in within 50 miles of the ranch! Soon, you will be able to come and relax by a campfire and enjoy the camaraderie at our outdoor “Cowboy Country Club” or enjoy the socialization at the snack bar while watching friends and trainers work with their horses. And you’ll be amazed at the tranquility of riding in the miles of open trails along the Mojave Riverbed. Call (760) 559-7196, and see the ad on page 40.

In Hemet, the Cactus Valley Equestrian Center has quite a line-up of trainers: Rick Hoffman (Western), Julia Keller (English) and Sheryl Lunde (Specialty). If you haven’t seen the remarkable facilities, which include nine different stall choices and miles of trails around Diamond Valley Lake, be sure to ctop by after seeing the ad on page 39. Give Cactus Valley a call at (951) 766-0246.

In addition to boarding and training, Hidden Hills Equestrian Ranch in Bonsall offers custom care, equine management and coaching that sets the beautiful facility apart. See the ad on page 42, or give Hidden Hills a call at (760) 468-3691 to find learn of the opportunities, including facility leases and shared leases.

With light-skinned horses, traditional fly masks are insufficient to protect eyes from harmful UV rays that could eventually lead to cancer. Equine Sun Visor provides a new level of protection, health, and comfort for your horse with “triple protection” – a front, top and side UV ray wrap-around shield. Plus, it’s a dust and insect guard. Equine Sun Visor’s developers launched this innovative product after being advised by an expert equine vet and other horse-owners and after numerous fitting trials. Be sure to check out the product and the ad on page 32.

Come spend a day with the pros! The Southern California Versatility Ranch Horse Association will present a Versatility Ranch Horse Day Clinic and Schooling competition on Saturday, July 31, at Tucalota Creek Ranch in Temecula. Some of the area’s best-known judges and clinicians such as Brenda Brown and Judy Wright will take part, and the clinic will cover working ranch horse, ranch cutting, ranch riding, ranch trail and conformation — for all breeds and all levels. Register online on or before Saturday, July 18 to ensure your spot! For more info, call event manager Sunni McCormick at (951) 453-7386, and see the ad on page 76.

One comment has been made on “Clinician Chris Cox is coming to San Mateo County on Aug. 6-7”

  1. virginia white Says:

    sounds like a neat show but to expensive for us plus we couldn’t afford the dvds or the price of the training we just love horses we have a pasture full of beautiful paint and no way to get them trained all of the stuff is for people with a lot of money that can afford the training and the dvds

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