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Horsetown USA hosts PRCA Rodeo on Aug. 23-25

From Horsetrader sales staff - August 1st, 2013 - Ingate Column

The 29th Annual Norco Mounted Posse PRCA Rodeo is heading to Norco! The bucking bulls, broncs, cowgirls and cowboys will all be at Ingalls Park on Aug. 23-25. Bring the whole family for a full schedule of professional rodeo action! The Rodeo Dance will be Sat. night, starting at 9 p.m., and will be for those 21 years of age or over. The Challenged Children’s Rodeo is on Sun. starting at 4:30 p.m. To get additional information, see the ad on page 93.

The Wagonhound Land & Livestock Company, a working ranch with some of the top American Quarter Horses and Red Angus cattle in the country, invites you to the Wagonhound Land & Livestock Production Sale, to be held Sept. 6-7th in Douglas, Wyo. Along with guest consignor, 6666 Ranch, they’ll offer 100 head of high quality broke ranch geldings, broodmares, 2 year-olds, yearlings and weanlings. There will also be 100 head of commercial Red Angus heifers available, sold in gate cut lots of five, with an option to take additional lots. For further details and info, see the ad on page 41, visit www.wagonhound.com, and call (307) 358-5439.

Congratulations to the city of Banning on 100 years! And to help celebrate, the Banning Stagecoach Days is right around the corner. This fun and exciting event will be held Sept. 6-8 at Dysart Park. Back by popular demand, the Ranch Rodeo will be expanding to both Saturday and Sunday. Come out and watch the diverse four-person teams compete for cash and prizes. And don’t miss the new and improved carnival, the vendor booths, great food and drinks, stagecoach rides, live music, and the always entertaining “Whiskerino Contest”! See the ad on page 88 or call (951) 520-5290 to learn more.

Fischer Auction Company, Inc. will be holding the Public Auction of the Valitar show horses, as ordered by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The live simulcast auction will be on Tuesday, Aug. 13, starting at 10 a.m. Horses available are an Andalusian stallion, two Quarter Horse geldings, one Quarter Horse mare, two Miniature horses, along with four saddles and a commercial sewing machine. There will be a public inspection on Monday, Aug. 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and additional viewings and vet checks can be done by appointment. Call Lakeside Corrals at (619) 985-8513 for those appointments. For a full catalog, pictures and more info, call Fischer Auction at (619) 590-2828 and see the ad on page 91.

Find your next prospect at a BLM corral or at an Adoption event! With the proper training and your good eye, a Mustang can do anything. They are naturally born trail horses and do well in a wide range of disciplines, from dressage, reining, roping, to hunters and driving. Upcoming adoptions will be held Sept. 21-22 in Placerville and Sept. 23-24 at the Kern County Fair in Bakersfield. California has two preparation facilities where you can visit or adopt your very own California wild horse or burro, one in Litchfield (outside Susanville), and the other in Ridgecrest. Along with satellite adoptions held throughout California, there is a small adoption facility in Redlands, in Southern California. Learn more by seeing the ad on page 89, or call (800) 951-8720.

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