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Get ready: It’s Broken Horn’s huge Western sale!

From Horsetrader sales staff - October 2nd, 2014 - Ingate Column

Mark you calendars for Broken Horn’s Seventh Annual All Western Sale! One of Southern California’s most popular sales, this event will be held two days only, on Oct. 18-19, with Saturday’s hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday’s from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Great specials and deep discounts will be available on a variety of inventory, including horse products, supplies, apparel and Western tack. One of the highlights are the hourly drawings for great prizes — along with three Grand Prize Saddle drawings held on Sunday at 4 p.m. You must dress Western to enter the drawings; for example, a pair of Wrangler jeans, Western boots, a Western shirt or a cowboy hat. 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 center spread ads on pages 44-45, or call (626) 337-4266 to learn more.

The California Reining Horse Association’s Challenge and NRHA Regional Affiliate Finals will slide into the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank soon, on Oct. 22-26. With over $100,000 in prizes, buckles, saddles and added money, this is the show to attend! Riders will compete in a full slate of classes, including NRHA Open and Non-Pro Futurity, Derby, Southwest Regional Affiliate Finals, CRHA Reiner of the Year, along with Rookie, Youth and Maturity Ancillary classes. For show schedule and further details, please visit www.CalReining.com, or email CRHAsecretary@aol.com. See their ad on page 78.

Looking for a world-class, entertaining horse event to attend soon? The 2014 International Three-Day Event at Galway Downs will take place Oct. 30-Nov. 2 in Temecula, and you can watch world class equestrians compete up-close while enjoying musical entertainment, wine and beer tasting, a variety of food trucks, and the oasis course walk. The weekend’s feature will be the CCI3*, with horses and riders coming from across the United States and from several foreign countries to compete! Galway Downs is one of only four CCI3* events held annually in North America, and the only CCI3* held west of the Mississippi River. General admission for the Galway Downs International Three-Day Event is $8 per day in advance, $10 at the gate. VIP tickets – which include seating in the ringside tent, lunch and a full selection of beverages – are also available for $55 per day in advance. See the ad on page 41 for more information, and to arrange advance reservations, go to www.galwaydowns.com.

Join the National Plantation Walking Horse Association (NPWHA) for its Fall Festival and Futurity All Gaited Breed Horse Show, scheduled Nov. 21-23 at the L.A. Equestrian Center. All gaited breeds are welcome to attend and compete, with Open Gaited Breed classes offered, along with Tennessee Walking Horse classes and CPFHA pointed classes. The NPWHA is a non-profit organization, dedicated to promoting the sound and natural Tennessee Walking Horse. NPWHA is FOSH compliant, and no chains, pads, stacks or artificial training devices are allowed. For show premium, contact Debbie Andersen at (951) 212-5162 or check out the ad on page 76 for more info. You also can visit the association website at www.NPWHACA.org.

Join Armstrong Feed & Supply in Valley Center for their Customer Appreciation Day! Held Sat. Oct. 11th, there will be free gift buckets to the first 100 customers, a BBQ lunch, along with great opportunities to win prizes. Take advantage of their great deals, up to 40% off store-wide! Call (760) 749-2223 for details, and see their ad on page 26!

The Tierra Del Norte Arabian Horse Association is inviting everyone to attend their upcoming Nov. 2nd Arabian Community Show, held at the lovely Deer Creek Equestrian Center, in San Marcos, CA. This fun and family friendly event is open to all breeds, and will also offer both English and Western dressage classes! The Arabian classes are for Arabian, Anglo-Arabian and Half Arabian horses, and riders/owners/handlers must have a current AHA membership card and horse registration number, in order to accumulate points with the AHA. Get your show premium and more info at www.TDNAHA.org, or call Mimi Gaffey at (760) 518-6745. Don’t miss their ad on page 77!

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