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It’s that time of year again –- it’s Broken Horn’s 7th Annual All English Sale! The event spans two big days, May 10-11, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. There will lots of great specials, awesome savings and discounts on horse products and supplies, apparel and English tack. There will be thousands of dollars in hourly drawings and three English saddles will be available as grand prizes! You must dress English, or present a photo of yourself in English riding attire to enter the drawings. 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! See their ad on page 46, or call (626) 337-4266 for details.

The 2014 Western States Horse Expo is right around the corner! Come and enjoy the largest and most comprehensive equestrian exposition in North America! The Western States Horse Expo will be held June 13-15 at Cal Expo in Sacramento. Known throughout the nation as the gold standard of equine expos, this is much more than a large trade show with great clinicians – there is something for everyone! Check out Rigs and Digs for that new trailer, learn about different horse breeds at the Breed Revelation, watch top riders and horses compete in the Magnificent 7 Stock Horse Competition, see all the great talent at the Equine Art Show and Sale, shop ‘til you drop with tons of awesome vendors and deals – and you sure don’t want to miss any of the amazing clinics and seminars with world-class clinicians and trainers! Richard Winters, Eitan Beth-Halachmy, Bob Avila, Richard Shrake, Kerry Kuhn, Gina Miles, Bonnie Davis – those are just a few of the incredible professionals scheduled for this exciting event. See their ad on page 11 for more info!

Lavender Dream Farms was started with a dream, a dream to grow a beautiful, healing plant that creates scent-sensational products that are good to humans, horses and the environment. Lavender is called the “Angel of Healing and Purification” and is well-known for its calming and relaxing effects. There are other applications for this remarkable plant, too. Humans have used lavender for more than 2000 years to scent homes, soaps, water and to heal a variety of ailments. Lavender Dream Farms has created two lines of products — equine and personal — all made with the highest quality ingredients, organic botanical extracts and 100 percent pure essential lavender oil. The Lavender Fly Spray is a new, natural formula of essential oils and botanical extracts that works! Products are beautifully fragrant, environmentally safe and proudly made in America. Lavender Dream Farms is a horse owned and operated family business. Look for their products in fine hay and tack stores. Two percent of all sales go to horse rescues. They are confident that you and your horses will love our products! See their ad on page 9.

The Valley Center Stampede Rodeo is just around the bend, scheduled for May 23-25 in Valley Center. Enjoy bull riding, women’s barrel racing, mutton bustin’, team roping and much more! Come early — there will be plenty to do with vendor booths, carnival games, food – plus live music each night after the rodeo! VIP tickets are available, too, and include catered dinner and preferred seating. To get your tickets to this great event, see the ad on page 76, and visit Armstrong Feed or Shain Fitness Center.

The Norco Regional Conservancy invites you to enjoy the Friends of Norco Hills Ranch Tour 2014! Scheduled for Saturday, May 17, this year’s tour is an opportunity to visit and explore some great historic ranches in Norco. You can start at any of the participating ranches, and you can take as much time as you’d like at each one. You can also take a break and go on a horse-drawn wagon ride, or visit “Refreshment Ranch” for a hot dog. Tickets are $10 per person, with children under 12 years of age free. Proceeds benefit Open Space, which celebrates the outdoor life and is dedicated to preserving the remaining undeveloped land in Norco and Western Riverside. See the ad on page 83, and call Pat at (951) 734-5081 for more info.

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