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Summer is upon us, and that can mean more encounters with rattlesnakes on trails, around the ranch, or at home. One of San Diego’s premier performance facilities, Poway Equestrian Center, will be hosting a Rattlesnake Avoidance Training Session, on Sunday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. This informative course will expose your animal to live rattlesnakes indigenous to your area, and can help your animals learn to avoid danger. Snakebites to a human, dog or horse is a costly emergency -– protect your family by training your animals! Sign up at www.SRADT.com, and call Poway Equestrian Center at (858) 748-6441 for further details! See their ad on page 46.

Papa Nacca’s Jerky is a family-owned business located in Alhambra that currently offers seven awesome flavors, including Chili Colorado with Habanero, Fresh Green Chili, Cracked Pepper, Sweet & Spicy, Tangy Teriyaki, Island Pineapple Teriyaki and Cowboy (also known as Old-Fashioned). If you attended Western States Horse Expo, you likely tried some of the free samples and came away knowing what the best jerky in the world tastes like. The flavors range from mild to spicy and will appeal to all tastes. Don’t like spice? Try Island Pineapple! Want it hot with a great flavor? Then Chili Colorado with Habanero is for you! And don’t miss a choice you won’t often see: Fresh Green Chili! You can receive monthly discounts when you send your email to john@papanaccas.com (they do not sell or share your address). Check out their ad on page 54 and order online at www.PapaNaccas.com. Don’t miss seeing them at the Oxnard Salsa Festival coming July 26-27 – you’ll get another chance to try a sample of the best jerky in the world!

Cuddy Horse Transportation serves all of California – from south to north and ALL points in-between! Specializing in mares, foals and yearlings, owner and operator Randy Cuddy has 35 years of experience safely transporting horses. Charter trips are available at reasonable rates, as well. Put Randy’s caring and professional expertise to work for you and your horses – give him a call at (760) 885-9839, and see his ad on page 54.

Equisoft Cream came about because of a badly burned horse named Rubicon, who came to Sonoma Equine Rescue, Rehab & Adoption for rehab and rehoming. Even though they had tried every skin cream, serum, lotion and balm available, he was still in constant distress from the pain and itching. At their wits end, and ready to give up, they discovered the extraordinary formula that has become known as Equisoft. The vitamin E cream from Equisoft has had outstanding success in healing and minimizing severe scars in both man and beast. From large surgery scars to deep first and second degree burns, healthy skin and hair grown can be restored through consistent daily use. Call (888) 708-3303 for more info and visit www.EquisoftCream.com to see the miraculous changes that can happen from this little jar of vitamin E cream. Plus, all profits go to Sonoma Equine Rescue, Rehab & Adoption! See the ad on page 41.

The Anaheim Hills Saddle Club will be holding a Ranch Sorting Jackpot on Saturday. Aug. 2, presented by the Pacific Coast Ranch Sorting Association. Multiple divisions will be offered, and all divisions are 50% payback. Plus, ranch sorting and horsemanship clinician Jason Ray will have a half-day clinic ($100 per rider; $20 audit fee) on Friday, Aug. 1, in the covered arena, followed by a Q&A session. Space is limited for the clinic, so sign up soon! And call (714) 397-2830 for more Ranch Sorting Jackpot details. See the ad on page 21.

Clay Harper, renowned natural horsemanship trainer and clinician, is now in Southern California at the Anaheim Hills Saddle Club! Clay has worked and played with horses for over 50 years. He is the founder of the American Horse Trainers Group, and has worked with, and learned from, most of today’s great horse trainers. Clay graduated from the John and Josh Lyons Certification Program in 2001, and specializes in fixing problem horses of all breeds and disciplines. He has toured around the world helping people to be better with their horses and helping horses to be better with their people. Clay conducts clinics, fixes problem horses, speaks and demonstrates at numerous Equine Expos, and he has also written monthly and featured articles for numerous horse magazines. He and his wife, Jacquie, are the creators of the Southern Arizona Horse Expo, which is held every year in Tucson, Ariz. Clay is currently a spokesperson for Nutrena, Circle Y Saddles and Source. He is also sponsored by many of the horse industry’s best companies. Clay is currently accepting new horses and clients, and you can reach him at (714) 998-2830 or (520) 237-4752. See his ad on page 19.

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