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Head to Temecula for Big Horse’s Anniversary Sale!

From Horsetrader sales staff - June 19th, 2014 - Ingate Column

Join Big Horse Feed & Mercantile in Temecula on Friday and Saturday, June 27-28, as it celebrates with its 16th Annual Anniversary Sale! Come early and take advantage of super savings and great deals on items and products for you, your family, your horses and your pets — all in one location! The first 100 customers each day receive a free Big Horse grain scoop with fun giveaways, and there will also be hourly drawings each day for many great prizes. And don’t forget to enter Big Horse’s free drawing for a $200 gift certificate! More than just a feed store, Big Horse provides a variety of products for a wide range of riding and driving disciplines, combined with friendly service. Known for its eclectic combination of equestrian, outdoor and lifestyle living retail products, Big Horse has created a destination location for the public for all ages! See the ad on page 2 for more info, or call (951) 676-2544.

Save the date! Join UC Davis on Saturday, June 21, for its Annual Production Sale held at the UC Davis Horse Barn. Weanlings and yearlings offered for purchase are by such stallions as Action Jackson, Little Doc Belle, Bas Blanc, UCD Actions Protégé, and Firme Arm. All proceeds will benefit the UC Davis Equine Teaching Program. There will be a preview of horses at 3:30 p.m., a barbeque at 4:30. The auction will begin at 6 p.m. For more info, call Joel Viloria at (530) 754-4156, or visit the website: animalscience.ucdavis.edu/horsebarn . Don’t miss the ad on page 17.

Dana Rullo Stables in Olivenhain will be holding a Huge Tack Sale on Saturday, June 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Great items will be up for sale –- new, used, Western and English, including saddles, bits, show pads, blankets, clothing and much more! (And no, the ranch isn’t closing – just cleaning up the tack room!) Sales are cash only, and you can get directions and more info by calling (760) 519-0733. See the ad on page 65.

Save the date for one of the NRHA’s leading events! Reining By The Bay is sliding into the Horse Park at Woodside, from July 23-27. With top competition, generous sponsors, an amazing venue and fun for the entire family, you will not want to miss out! Some of the exciting classes include a $100,000-added 4/5/6-year old Derby, a $55,000-added 3-year old Futurity, $15,000-added Maturity, and $10,000-added NRHA/DRHA Ancillary divisions. See the ad on page 19 for more information, or call the Brumley Management Group at (602) 677-3774 for further details and a schedule of events!

Austin Operated Equipment is based out of San Diego County and specializes in complete site design and development of equestrian facilities. Owner-operator Dan Austin also offers precision laser and finish grading for residential, commercial and ecological restoration applications. They work closely with customers from start to finish and strive to find lasting solutions. Austin Operated Equipment’s experience, creativity and dedication have allowed them to complete difficult and challenging projects that required site specific techniques. Their goal is to provide you with safe, well maintained equipment tailored to your specific project, ensuring a quality job, no matter how large or small. From mass earth-moving to backyard grading, Austin Operated Equipment has you covered! Call Dan at (760) 807-4878, and check out the website at AustinOperatedEquipment.com for details and info! See ad on page 63.

At G Spur Equine Hydrotherapy Center in Riverside, swimming is the ultimate in training and equine therapy. Because swimming is a non-impact activity, horses use all the muscles they normally would, but without the pounding and stress on bones, joints, tendons and ligaments. It provides the ideal medium to achieve, or maintain, a high level of fitness and conditioning without the dangers and potential injury that are inherent in track and ground workouts. The optimum conditioning provided by swimming, coupled with the increased extension, flexibility and muscle mass may be just what you need to gain that competitive edge! Programs are structured for each horse, based on breed, initial fitness level, the speed at which the horse swims, the discipline being trained for and if being conditioned for fitness or recovering from injury. Learn more by calling (310) 422-0815, check out the ad on page 41 or check out the website at: gspurequinehydrotherapycenter.com

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