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‘Freedom Collection’ benefits American Wild Horse Sanctuary

From Horsetrader sales staff - October 20th, 2011 - Ingate Column

Horseworship, an independently-owned apparel company based in Malibu, joined the growing chorus of individuals and businesses working to stop the eradication of America’s rapidly diminishing wild horse population with the announcement of its ‘Freedom Collection’ line. A portion of the profits from sales of the line will support the California-based Return To Freedom, American Wild Horse Sanctuary. With the unveiling of her ‘Freedom Collection’ line, Horseworship founder and designer Pamela Robins has created a series of stunning short and long sleeve tee shirts, delicious thermals and warm hoodies for both young girls and women. The collection merges graphic design, verse and the fine art photography of renowned equine photographer Kimerlee Curyl to create unique fashion that raises money while raising awareness for the cause. While drawing her inspiration from the surrounding beauty of the Malibu canyons and “all things horse,” Robins describes Horseworship t-shirts as “fun, versatile fashion that transitions seamlessly from a day in the saddle to a night out.” For more info, see ad on page 11.

Stosser Stables – specializing in Hunter-Jumper, Equitation and Sales – has moved to the beautiful Giracci Vineyards and Farms in Orange County. Heidi Stosser offers full service horse and rider training programs, along with a great lesson program for future riders. You can reach Heidi at (949) 283-9007. Be sure to see her ad on page 60.

Pennfield asks fans “What’s YOUR Word?” and rewards top respondents with a ton of feed. The contest also awards a professional photo shoot and starring role in 2012 ad campaign. At a gathering of horse friends outside Ocala, Fla., a well-regarded dressage trainer started talking to her friend about the results she’d seen with her upper level prospect, once she got him on Pennfield feed. “You won’t believe it!” she said. “He’s actually sane now!!” said the normally reserved Amber Kimball. “In a word, Pennfield gave him FOCUS.” This revelation was a long time coming. For nearly two years, one of Amber’s students – now a good friend – had urged her to try Pennfield. Not wanting to be rude, Amber would be noncommittal, but privately she was thinking “blah, blah, blah… horse feeds say they change your horse for the better, but I’ve never seen it.” A change in boarding led to a change to Pennfield, and within a few days, Amber’s beloved – but often frustrating – Zamboni was a new horse. “It’s amazing,” smiled Amber. And with that, Pennfield’s new ad campaign was born, with a contest to find “the word” of each Pennfield fan. The contest invites respondents to sum up their own personal Pennfield difference in one word, then write their story. The best entries will win a year’s worth of feed (one ton) for one horse, plus a photo shoot and the chance to be featured in a 2012 ad for Pennfield. For more information about Pennfield, or the “What’s YOUR Word?” contest, see the ad on page 3.

The Pierce College Equestrian Program is hosting JR Productions’ Ranch Sorting Clinic and Jackpot Nov. 5-6 at their Woodland Hills equestrian facility. The clinic will be presented by National Champion James Greer and will be on Saturday from 3-5 p.m. Cost is $75 per person, and a portion of the proceeds will go to support the Pierce College Equestrian Program. The Jackpot will be held on Sunday at 9 a.m., with a No. 9, a No. 4 and a No. 2 Ranch Sorting with draw. Stalls will be available, and there will be food on site. For more information, please call (951) 529-3273 or (951) 852-0606, or see the ad on page 78.

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