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Spoiled Spur Boutique opens retail outlet in Hemet

From Horsetrader sales staff - January 1st, 2015 - Ingate Column

The Spoiled Spur boutique, perhaps best known for its mobile boutique at horse shows, has opened a retail space in Rancho Vet Tack and Feed Supply in Hemet. Its newest clothing line, Brother & Arms USA, offers quality lifestyle clothing dedicated to the military, law enforcement, fire, EMS and patriot gun enthusiasts with a strong belief in the Second Amendment. The Spoiled Spur carries a great selection of clothing, purses, hats, jewelry and accessories, gifts, bath and body items, toys, home décor and furniture — and you’ll find something for every member of the family! Visit Sherie every day of the week except Wednesday when she’s open for busy trainers by appointment only. You’ll find such brands as Montana West, Original Cowgirl, Paparazzi, Cowgirls United by Pink, RBR, Heart Not Included and more! See their ad on page 30, for $5 off any purchase of $30 or more through January.

Ready to bring your horsemanship to the next level? Have a particular issue that you’d like to work on with your horse? Join Sheryl Lynde, a John and Josh Lyons certified trainer, for a Three-Day Clinic in Temecula Feb. 20-22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This clinic will be limited to only four participants, as a measure to give everyone the time needed for the improvement they are seeking. Participants can bring multiple horses, learn how to resolve problems, start a colt, etc. Cost is $450 per rider, and reservations are now being taken. See the ad on page 15 and call Sheryl at (760) 285-0160 for more info.

Everyone is welcome to the Valley Center Vaqueros “Day Of The Horse” on Saturday, Feb. 7! This fun, educational and free event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Valley Center Vaqueros Park. If you are you looking for information on anything horse related, you’ll enjoy the line-up of expert speakers and trainers, riding demos, breed demos, vendors and more. There will be something for everyone, from non-horse owners to the professional horseman. If you are interested in being a vendor for this event, hurry and reserve your spot now because there is not much time left. You can feature your business, product, service, art or craft! For more info, see ad on page 59 or call (760) 715 -2830. See you there!

LMF Senior Low Carb is a unique feed for older horses with carbohydrate sensitivities. LMF Senior Low Carb contains fiber, energy, vitamins, mineral (including chelated trace minerals and organic selenium) and yeast culture to aid in digestion. LMF Senior Low Carb is formulated to reduce starch and sugar intake for older horses that may be sensitive to carbohydrate related diseases. Critical nutrients are presented in highly palatable form that horses readily consume. LMF Senior Low Carb also contains glucosamine for joint health. LMF Senior Low Carb is designed as a total diet for all categories of horses, except young growing horses under 12 months of age, but is especially appropriate for older horses with chewing difficulties and carbohydrate sensitivities. Learn more by visiting www.FarmersWarehouse.com, or give them a call at (800) 400-6377. See their ad on page 13!

Join Armstrong Feed and Supply in Valley Center for their annual Purina Chick Days Event, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Along with the large sale of chickens, there will be discounts and savings storewide, on all chicken-related products. Plus, you’ll have a great opportunity to win prizes and a chance to learn more about raising chickens at the Chicken 101 Seminar. Stop by and have an eggs-ellent time at Armstrong’s! Call (760) 749-2223 for details, and see the ad on page 24.

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