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Come ride and learn with “The Six Million Dollar Man,” world-renowned reiner Shawn Flarida, when he comes to Southern California May 11-12 for a two-day clinic at Hansen Dam Horse Park in Lake View Terrace. Flarida is known not only for being the man in the green shirt, but also as the man winning the green: He’s the first to top the $6 million mark in earnings and also is the National Reining Horse Association’s all-time leading money-earner. His accolades include winning the NRHA Open Futurity championship six times and winning the All-American Quarter Horse Congress Futurity 11 times.

This special clinic will be presented by Ariat, LEGISequine.com, Foran Performance Horses, and Langer Equestrian Group. Professionals will ride May 11, with non-pros on the following day. Cost is $450 per day, with auditors welcome for $50 per day or $80 for the weekend. Each rider will receive lunch and two one-day audit passes, and the first fifty auditors will receive gift bags with a $25 online gift certificate to Ariat. Stalls and RV space are available. Contact Marnye@langershows.com for more information, or call (818) 563-3250, ext. 6. See ad on page 21.

How about a weekend of riding the redwoods? The perfect chance is next month’s 18th Annual Monterey Bay Equestrians Spring Poker Ride and Campout on June 14-16 at Graham Hill Showgrounds in Santa Cruz. Located in the beautiful redwoods of Santa Cruz, ride your horse at your leisure or on a guided trail ride through wooded rolling hills, streams, rivers. The trails are moderate to challenging—with spectacular views! Enjoy a hearty and scrumptious barbeque dinner Saturday night by award-winning Porktera BBQ and a continental breakfast both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Kick up your heels with dancing and entertainment Friday night. Try your hand at poker to win some awesome prizes in the Prize Corral. Another great activity wil be an Obstacle Trail Competition with awards up to fifth place for advanced and novice participants. Registration includes two nights of camping with optional corrals, entertainment Friday night, the barbeque dinner Saturday night, continental breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday mornings, poker hand, and a commemorative t-shirt. The camp has hot showers and flush toilets, arena, manure bins, and miles of trails. Cost is $150 with corral or $125 meadow camping, per person. Kids and well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome. For more information, visit www.montereybayequestrians.org or email Sunday Minnich at sminnich1962@gmail.com. See ad on page 36.

Be sure to mark your calendar and not miss the 2019 Valley Center Stampede Rodeo and Memorial Festival on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-25. The Valley Center Stampede Rodeo is the town’s first-ever professional rodeo, sanctioned in 2017 by the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA). In 2015, organizers created the Memorial Festival to pay tribute to the nation’s veterans, and rodeo proceeds are donated to local youth organizations and to organizations that promote the morale of our local military. Nestled in the inland valleys of North San Diego County, Valley Center exemplifies many aspects of America’s traditional western and agricultural lifestyles. Valley Center Stampede Rodeo, Inc. is an all-volunteer organization that truly appreciates its dedicated volunteers, and new new volunteers from high school age and older are welcome each year. The Valley Center Stampede Rodeo and Memorial Festival will be held at Star Valley Park, located at 29902 Valley Center Road. For more information, visit www.VCStampede.com and see the ad on page 7.

GGT Footing announces a special overstock on grey product! Now is the time to refresh your arena at the lowest price ever offered—just 45 cents per pound! A 100 x 200’ arena could be done for as low as $4,500. Don’t delay! Contact GGT’s West Coast retail account manager, Jessica Stone, at (864) 415-2526 or Jessica.stone@polysols.com while supplies last. Visit www.GGTFooting.com and see ad on the back cover.

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