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VCHA Futurity, NRCHA show comes to Bakersfield on July 27-29

From Horsetrader sales staff - July 19th, 2012 - Ingate Column

The Valley Cow Horse Association will hold its VCHA Futurity July 27-28, along with an NRCHA Horse Show on July 29, both located at Sundance Cattle Co. Feedlot in Bakersfield. With four year-end award saddles to the first-place qualified riders in VCHA Youth Limited, VCHA Non Pro Bridle, VCHA 5K Non Pro Limited and VCHA Novice Non Pro (Green Class) it’s time to recruit your youths and non pros — those saddles are yours for the winning! VCHA is a local organization dedicated to promoting the growth and friendly spirit of competition in the sport of reined cow horses. VCHA promotes both youth classes and beginning cow horse classes in an effort to get the whole community involved. Clinics, as well as shows offer a chance to watch live cow horse action. VCHA shows also features the best of the best in the cow horse industry! Formore information, contact the show secretary at (559) 689-3535 and see the ad on page 74!

Get your very own Cal-bred bargain at the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association’s NorCal Yearling Sale! To be held on Tuesday, Aug. 14, at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, this sale features over 90 yearlings, representing most of the top stallions in the state. Prior sales graduates include winners such as Bai And Bai (cost $3,200 – earned $724,983), and Autism Awareness (cost $1,000 – earned $356,482). You can run for millions in races restricted to Cal-breds, plus many open races provide purse bonuses for Cal-breds. Contact CTBA for a catalog and to learn more about great Cal-bred incentives. Call (800) 573-2822, and see the ad on page 34!

Gentle a Mustang, find an adopter, get paid. The Mustang Heritage Foundation’s TIP program is that simple. The Mustang Heritage Foundation created the Trainer Incentive Program, (better known as TIP), to bridge the gap between potential adopters and American Mustangs housed at Bureau of Land Management facilities. The Mustang Heritage Foundation is looking for talented trainers who employ natural horsemanship techniques to gentle American Mustangs. The Mustang Heritage Foundation is also looking to match qualified adopters with approved TIP trainers. View Mustangs available for adoption, learn how to become an approved adopter or find trainers in your area, by visiting their website. See ad on page 51.

The Compton Jr. Posse Junior Rangers have been asked to speak at the Seventh Annual World Ranger Congress in Tanzania, Africa, this upcoming November. Mayisha Akbar, CJP’s founder says this is a great opportunity for the CJP Jr. Rangers to develop a new understanding of world happenings and how things that personally affect them on a local level are also happening globally. Compton Junior Posse is graciously asking for support, either as cash donations, or frequent flyer miles for airline tickets, in making this opportunity possible for the Junior Rangers. This will be a life-changing experience! Any support is welcome, and more information can be found by calling (310) 632-1247. See ad page 78.

At Guardian Animal Aftercare they understand how it feels to say goodbye to a beloved pet and have all known that feeling of loss. They also know how important aftercare arrangements are in the healing process and take their commitment to animals and their human caretakers very seriously. Compassionate and dignified services are provided for all animals; feline, canine, avian, exotic, equine, and all other large animals. They are the most comprehensive provider of this kind of service available today; offering a wide choice of affordable cremation services, a special urn and personalized plaque at no additional charge, and complimentary pet bereavement counseling for all of their clients. Their staff is comprised of true animal lovers who treat each and every animal who enters their facility with respect and personal attention. Every consideration is made to ensure that the process of saying goodbye is handled with compassion. If you have any questions or concerns, please give them a call so they can help you through this process. They will make every effort to accommodate all special requests. They can be reached 24 hours a day at (818) 768-6465. See ad on page 14.

Dr. Robert Skversky, of Weight No More, has committed the past 18 years of his professional career to the medical treatment of the overweight patient. He has been at the forefront of treating obesity as a chronic disease using combination drug therapy, in addition to diet & exercise on a long term basis. You may have seen Dr. Skversky on “The Dr. Oz Show,” “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show,” & “The Early Show”, discussing the appropriate use of medication “off label” for long term weight loss. When diet & exercise have repeatedly failed to produce the results you have been told to expect, & you are ready to begin a more aggressive approach, turn to the program directed by the Bariatric Physician renown & respected in Southern California for the past 37 years. Dr. Robert Skversky’s program is the informed choice for safe, medication assisted, long term weight management. Call today for a free consultation – two locations to serve you: Temecula office (951) 699-0848, or Newport Beach office (949) 645-2930. And don’t forget to ask about Dr. Skversky’s new patient offer – 25% discount on office visits! See ad on page 41.

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