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Still shopping for horsey gifts? See our Gift Guide on page 10!

From Horsetrader sales staff - November 17th, 2011 - Ingate Column

`Tis the season to be…shopping! Be sure to check out the Horsetrader Holiday Gift Guide on page 10. There are some unique, horsey ideas at some very attractive prices.

The Clement Dressage Simulator offers riders a revolutionary new way to focus on their skills. It is used worldwide by professionals and amateur riders as an essential aid in training. The simulator is programmed to react to your aids the way a real horse would. By viewing immediate and visual feedback on balance, seat position and riding maneuvers, riders can improve greatly in a short amount of time. The simulator visually resembles a real 15.2 hd. black sport horse with a solid base instead of legs. The perfect horse can walk, trot, and canter; collect and extend the gaits; respond to leg, seat, and rein aids; as well as fl ex. The simulator comes equipped with seat, leg and bit sensors. Leg aids are detected by sensors on and behind the girth. Your aids and weight signals are displayed on a wide-screen TV where you will view a detailed description on how well you are sitting and how precisely you execute an aid. The Clement Dressage Simulator is located at The Paddock Riding Club in Los Angeles. Call (213) 200-8314 or see the ad on page 12.

The Horse Radio Network’s (HRN) Horses In The Morning radio show will broadcast live from its adopted city of Norco (Horsetown USA) on Nov. 30–Dec. 2, 2011. Co-hosts Glenn the Geek and Jamie Jennings will experience Norco for the first time as they broadcast live through the Internet and via Smartphones. Nov. 30th the show will broadcast live from America’s Country Store in Old Town Norco and feature a live audience. Listeners and Norconian residents are welcome to get up early and join the fun! Glenn the Geek, HRN Founder and Executive Director, welcomes this exclusive opportunity, “The show has developed a large following around the globe and while many people in the USA may have heard of Norco and its reputation among the horse world, this is a unique occasion for us to tell its story from the town among its residents. Jamie and I are looking forward to bringing Norco to the world and experiencing it for ourselves. This broadcast will not only showcase Norco but also illustrate the power of radio via the Internet and how we can reach a wider audience for them. I want to thank Liza Rogers and all the folks of Norco for inviting us.”

Oh what a night! It’s Armstrong Feed and Supply’s “Ladies Night Out”, held Th urs. Dec. 1st in Valley Center. Join them from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., for a very special night of big discounts on clothing, jewelry, hats and more. There’ll be fashion, fun, giveaways and even a dessert bar—you don’t want to miss out! See their ad on page 41 or call (760) 749-2223 to learn more!

Update your calendars! The “Real McCoy” City of Chino Hills All Breed Show has been rescheduled to Sat., Nov. 19th, at the McCoy Equestrian Center. There’s something for everyone, with English, Western and reining classes being offered – plus, there will be seven buckles awarded! Call (909) 548-0868 for more info. See their ad on page 60.

The producers of the Western States Horse Expo are bringing you a new and exciting horse event – the inaugural Horse Expo Pomona! Scheduled for Feb. 2-4 at the Pomona Fairplex, this fun family event offers education, entertainment, shopping and horses galore! Learn from renowned professionals such as Pat and Linda Parelli, Kerry Kuhn, Richard and Sara Winters, Eitan Beth-Halachmy and many more. Enjoy the ‘Project Cowboy’ competition, the Young Rider Park, the Freestyle Challenge, the Trail Symposium, the Breed Walk, the Equine Art Gallery – along with tons of shopping! Call (800) 352-2411 and see the ad on page 9.

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