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Horse Expo and Horsetrader team up for HorseMax

From the Horsetrader sales staff - May 19th, 2016 - Ingate Column

InGate graphicNext month’s Western States Horse Expo June 10-12 at Cal Expo in Sacramento will offer “HorseMax: The new way to buy a horse.” For a flat $400 fee, sellers will receive a 10×10 stall for four days at the Expo (including three bags of shavings), scheduled access to arenas on-site for test rides, on-site prepurchase vet exams availability, three three-day parking passes, plus back-stage off-hour access to the Expo. All sales are private party, with no commissioned sales. Plus, HorseMax sellers get a California Horsetrader/Horsetrader.com account to place ads that appear both in print — in the California Horsetrader and the Official Horse Expo Program — as well as on Horsetrader.com. Call to sign up or get more info: 800-352-2411.

Welcome to ReelSteel! When considering a purchase of a metal building, ReelSteel is a leading dealer and the source for quality steel buildings. They have a full line of steel structures ranging from standard carports to sheds, barn style garages, hay/ loafing sheds, open barn/ garage, open horse barn, standard style horse barn, utility carport, buildings, garages, and more. Whether your needs are small or large, every structure is manufactured with pride using the best materials on the market, and ReelSteel stands behind every structure it sells. These engineer-certified steel buildings are carefully constructed to provide you with the highest quality construction and are built to withstand high winds and heavy snow loads. Plus, staff will work with you to create a structure that fits your needs.  Over 15 different color choices are available, and financing is available. For questions or to request a quote, contact ReelSteel at 877-686-1546.

The Lake Norconian Club Foundation Founder’s Day Annual 5K Run/Walk and Equestrian Ride is back by popular demand, and it’s moved to a new, expanded location on the Norco College campus. Join the Norconians June 11 to enjoy a run and ride around the lake and pavilion.  This opportunity is only available on a limited basis, so don’t miss this chance to see the historic site!   Register today or sign up to participate as a vendor.  Non-profit vendor spots available for free, or $50 for other vendors. The Lake Norconian Club Foundation is dedicated to protecting and preserving this historic treasure. The hotel is located on the grounds of the California Rehabilitation Center in Horsetown USA under the control of the California Department of Corrections, and is not accessible to the public. The Lake Norconian Club Pavilion is located within the Navy Base in Norco. Call 951-254-7162 with any event questions. The non-profit’s website is http://lakenorconian.org/home/4117837.

Memorial Day weekend will bring Valley Center to life as the community celebrates its western heritage with the Valley Center Stampede Rodeo and Festival, brought to you by the Valley Center Optimist Club. The public is invited to enjoy the family-friendly events May 27-29, including a parade, an Old Timers’ Show, the Stampede Rodeo and Festival, a Little Cowgirl and Cowboy Competition, the election of Valley Center’s “Honorary Mayor,” and so much more! In addition to having good fun, you’ll also be suporting local youth programs that the Valley Center Optimists had assisted over the years, including 4-H, Future Farmers of America, Boy Scouts, VCHS Drama Club, VCP Music Boosters, an annual Christmas Giving Tree that provides gifts to over 100 less fortunate children, youth athletic programs and so many more. This is an effort by volunteers who dedicate their time and resources to support cowboy heritage and the youth of our community. Visit the fund-raising event’s website at http://www.VCStampede.com.
Hitch N Post Cattle Club is excited to start a summer sorting series locally in Orange County. Its first event will be Friday, May 27, at 6 p.m., and will include a money-added jackpot, buckle series and all you can eat buffet! What else does anyone want to do on a Friday night?! It’s fun for the whole family, and seasoned riders as well as riders who have never been around cattle are invited! The event will alternate between arena sorting and ranch-style sorting and will continue throughout the summer at the Mara Brandman Arena, 6422 E. Santiago Canyon Rd., in Orange. Please call Cole at 714-609-6892 or visit us on Facebook.

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