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Don’t miss Broken Horn’s All English Sale April 20-21!

From Horsetrader sales staff - April 4th, 2013 - Ingate Column

It’s that time of year again! Broken Horn Saddlery’s Sixth Annual All English Sale is getting near — two days only on April 20-21. Doors will be open on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Sunday from 9 to 5. This is more of an “event” than just a sale, and you can expect awesome specials and discounts on horse products, supplies, apparel and English tack. There will be thousands of dollars in hourly drawings and four English saddles will be available as grand prizes! To enter the great drawings, you must dress English or present a photo of yourself in English riding attire. Since 1956, Broken Horn has been the West’s largest tack store and a premier manufacturer of quality tack, custom saddles, year-end awards, tack repair and so much more! The store is located within easy access of the 10 and 605 freeways in Baldwin Park. Check out the ad on pages 52-53, and call (626) 337-4266 to learn more!

There’s lots of excitement brewing in 2013 at the Anaheim Equestrian Center / Rancho Del Rio Stable in Anaheim! Management continues to make improvements and upgrades to the grounds in order to accommodate upcoming hunter-jumper shows beginning on May 26. The shows are presented by Anaheim Equestrian Association and will continue with dates June 30, July 28, Sept. 8 and Nov. 3. Anaheim Equestrian Center is also refurbishing the barn, expanding their parking, and carrying more well-known feed and tack brands in the tack store in order to make time spent at their shows as comfortable for you and your horse as possible. In addition, plans are in the works for Western shows/clinics and dressage clinics in the near future. They look forward to seeing many of you this year! See the ad on page 88 to learn more, or call (714) 778-9274.

Get on the winning team! Dr Smarty Jack is a 2006 chestnut Thoroughbred stallion, standing at stud for the 2013 breeding season. He is a winning son of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner, Smarty Jones. For 2013 only, his stud fee will be $750 with a live foal guarantee, and funds from his stud fee will go toward feeding hungry children through “Feed the Hungry Today”, a Hands On Foundation. This organization is dedicated to enlightning people all over the world to the need for children to “go to sleep fed and not hungry”, and for their parents to be fed so that they can continue caring for their children and their sufferings. See the ad on page 37, and call (619) 850-8491 to learn more about this exciting stallion — and the opportunity to help end hunger!

The Wild Horsemen of America (W.H.O.A. Inc.) would like to invite you to join them for some ranch ridin’, cattle drivin’, tail bustin’ fun! The Rancho Las Flores Trail Ride and Cattle Round-Up will be held May 16-19, at the historic Rancho Las Flores in beautiful Summit Valley. Offering camping, barbeque, entertainment, a live auction and a Two-man Sorting Challenge, this is real Western fun! Profits benefit the Junior Livestock Programs and Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.). The $250 cost includes 4 days of meals, hay and entertainment, no refunds. This event is for persons 21 years of age and over. See their ad on page 91, and to reserve your spot, call Rhonda Graham at (760) 240-4449 or Cliff Wolfe at (909) 824-2030.

Are you familiar with Spurr’s Big Fix? This 100 percent natural, American-made, one-bottle solution treats, conditions and heals a wide variety of equine ailments. Not only an affordable and effective spray-on hoof and wound treatment, this single, formidable product eliminates the need to purchase multiple products to treat your horse! That enables you to save money and room in your tack room or trailer. While Spurr’s Big Fix is an excellent hoof antiseptic and general purpose conditioner, it is also highly effective in treating wounds along with a variety of equine skin conditions, including fungus and rain rot. Spurr’s Big Fix has been tested and proven effective by leading horsemen and horsewomen, veterinarians and farriers. It is non-staining and gives off a pleasant aroma. The non-clogging formula is easily sprayed on the animal and then is quickly absorbed. See the ad on page 16, and call (256) 710-6035 to order yours.

Cowboy Up Events will be holding its Cowboy Classic, on Saturday and Sunday, April 13-14, at the Chino Hills ranch. Clinician Carol Tice will share her extensive knowledge and skills in the Saturday clinic, starting at 9 a.m. Then, starting at 8 a.m. on Sunday, you can compete, show off your skills and see how you compare to others in your area! There will be Western Dressage, Trail Obstacle and Cowhand 101 classes, with various levels offered, from Youth to Open. To reserve your clinic spot and to learn more about the event, see the ad on page 93 and call Kelly Baker at (714) 349-5110.

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