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Online and in print, your Horsetrader getting facelift

From the Horsetrader sales staff - April 21st, 2011 - Ingate Column

Notice our new trim? Thanks to your feedback, the Horsetrader is fine-tuning some pages here and there as we move toward a future that blends more and more closely our print and electronic products. This issue features a new look on pages 4 and 6. Our popular website, Horsetrader.com, has some cool new features, too, that help you find what your looking for online. The Search is On!

Paul Ortuno with Mane Horsemanship is leading a clinic at National Day of the American Cowboy July 23 in Norco and is looking for a youth to be his clinic “student.” The student will learn the language of successful communication as highlighted in Volume 1 of his DVD series ground training program and will also receive a training DVD. Details and application can be found at by contacting Mane Horsemanship at their website, listed on their ad on page 36. Don’t delay…applications must be postmarked by June 15. Paul will also be leading a novice clinic at Rancho Santiago in Norco on July 30, and he is the trainer of a six-week course in the Big Bear area called “Camp Girl Power” for 7th and 8th grade girls, sponsored by the local Soroptimist Club.

Congratulations Carol Shuttleworth! Have you ever heard of Black Stallion Chili? Well it was the hottest thing at the 2011 North San Diego County Association of Realtors (NSDCAR) 10th Annual Chili Cook Off held at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach this month. Top honors went to Carol of California Equestrian Properties for the second year running. Last year Carol won with her White Stallion Chili. Carol also has some of the hottest equestrian estate and ranch listings in the area and would love to help you find your dream ranch. Give her a call today and she may just share her recipe for success! See her ad on page 69.

Looking for a top notch ranch gelding? A well-broke trail or team roping horse? The Twombly Performance Horse Sale will be held Saturday, May 14 at the ranch near Scottsbluff, Neb. Specializing in ranch broke geldings, team roping geldings and trail-riding horses, this sale features lots of duns and buckskins. Soundness is guaranteed. For directions and more information about the sale, call (308) 783-1866.

Menifee Meadows and Teresa Kackert, located in Menifee, are hosting CHA Certifications this year! This is a great opportunity to get certified as a trainer, which can help enhance your value and marketing to new barns and potential clients. Start your own business or take it to the next level in your current position. The Standard English and Western Certification will be held May 27-31 and is $650. If you’re looking to take the EFM (Equine Facility/Barn Manager) Certification, that will be offered June 1-3 for $495. To register and learn more, contact Teresa at (619) 572-3087.

The Jacques Company with offices in Oceanside and Fallbrook is excited to introduce their new Equestrian Division, Golden State Equestrian. With division Director Devon Camilleri at the helm, Golden State Equestrian is exclusively handling equestrian properties throughout all of San Diego and Riverside Counties. Devon grew up in North San Diego County and is a third generation equestrian with 24 years in the real estate industry, giving her the expertise and local knowledge to handle the needs of equestrians in these areas. Give Devon a call today at (760) 522-8559 for all your real estate needs and a list of her equestrian properties!

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