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Bill and Lou Gene Cuddeback move from dealership to the show pen

From Horsetrader sales staff - February 16th, 2012 - Ingate Column

The California Horsetrader would like to extend best wishes to Bill and Lou Gene Cuddeback of Cuddeback Trailers in Lakeside. After 37 years of a thriving business, they will be retiring to pursue their passions on horseback: Bill in team roping and Lou Gene in reined cow horse. Their professionalism, knowledge and warm regard for those they served over the years will all be missed. There will be an event for the last of the Cuddeback Trailer inventory: Fischer Auction will be handling an auction on March 17 — both online and with live bidding of the $1 million inventory. You may join in the bidding process for great deals on all types of trailers, shop equipment and supplies, and parts inventory. Once liquidated, the prime freeway frontage facility will be available for lease. For more information, see the ad on page 65.

Sheryl Lynde (John Lyons Certified Trainer) and Rick Hoffman (EXCA World Futurity Champion) are proud to present the California Guest Ranch Saddle Series! Sanctioned by the American Horseman Challenge Association, there will be a total of four events in the series, starting with March 17-18 at the Reed Valley Ranch in Hemet. AHCA is a family-friendly competition and a diverse skills challenge. It’s an obstacle course event, perfect for all riders, all disciplines and every skill level. For additional info, call Sheryl at (760) 285-0160.

Join seven-time World Champion Jouster Patrick Lambke (aka “The Black Knight’”), on March 16-18 for a Light Armor Jousting and Skill Games Clinic at the Pauma Valley Equestrian Center in Valley Center. Patrick has over 20 years of teaching experience and can be seen on National Geographic’s series “Knights of Mayhem”. Call Kim at (760) 445-7966 in order to learn more and RSVP. There is a $100 non-refundable commitment, to guarantee your spot. Learn more on the ad on page 68.

Looking for some high adventure? Join Craig London of Rock Creek Pack Station on many of his exciting trail rides and pack trips to Yosemite and the High Sierra Nevada Mountain range with pack trips ranging from three to 30 days, incredible cattle drives and four-day Wild Mustang observations. The all-inclusive pack trips afford you relaxation in wilderness camping — all you have to carry is your bedroll! The pristine beauty of the high mountains will bring you closer to the stars than you’ve ever been. Rock Creek cattle drives will give you a taste of the true American cowboy but still give you a working-hand’s vacation. Their amazing Wild Mustang rides will educate and stimulate, as you witness the historical heritage of our American mustang with hosts such as Walt Svetich, Forest Service Wild Horse Specialist, and Janet Rosser, UC Davis Dept. of Animal Science. Also on hand in 2012 will be the Memorial Day-Mule Days Ride, and a breeding-season ride where you’ll witness bachelor stallions making their move to get their own bands. For more info, see the ad on page 40.

Join Armstrong Feed & Supply in Valley Center for their annual Chick Days Event! Held Saturday, Feb. 25, from 10 a.m to 3 p.m, there will be great opportunities to win prizes, to learn more about raising chickens at the Chicken 101 Seminars, as well as an “Ask the Experts Booth.” Experience the “Traveling Egg Truck” and enter the “Name the Armstrong Chicken” contest! Come and have an eggs-ellent time at Armstrong’s! Call to RSVP (760)749-2223. See the ad on page 49.

Nature designed horses to graze up to 20 hours a day, and their digestive systems never truly stop producing digestive acids. When horses’ stomachs are empty of food, they can be stressed, prone to colic, ulcers and boredom. Veterinarian-recommended Freedom Feeders can now allow your horses to feed naturally 24/7 through a simple, “restricted free access feeding” program. Start saving money — with less wasted hay and future vet bills — with Freedom Feeders. You can hang the small mesh hay nets, in box stalls, in your trailer, or lace them closed and put on the ground like a pillow! See the ad on page 22, or call (909) 260-7555 to order yours today!

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