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from your space. The Reveal 4-N-1 is a rug- ged, hard-working tool designed to make ground preparation and maintenance easier and less time con- suming. The unit is made in different sizes to fit your needs. It has a ver- satile three- point hitch hook up. The front chisel plows are adjusted hydraulically (or manually) to dig 0-7.5 inches. The channel iron beams are designed at angles to move material for leveling and to allow you to get at those hard to reach areas. The harrow beam can be adjusted hydraulically (or man- ually) separate from the chisel plows to a depth of 3 1/2 inches to break up material, as well as aerate it. The roller works in con- junction with the harrow beam; to further pulverize and firm down the material. All these functions can be done from the com- fort of your tractor seat. Additional features are available. Ground is just made of dirt, but great footing is made by the Reveal 4-N-


1. The Reveal 4-N-1 has been manufactured and marketed for over 25 years. We are a family owned and operated business. The Reveal 4-N-1 is endorsed by the ANHA and the Official Tool of the NBHA and CMSA. Don’t be fooled by imitators, go with the original, still the best, the Reveal 4-N-1. See ad on page 26


Rid O Rock (602) 284-3749


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The Original Rock Removal, and Dirt Reconditioning Company! “The name says it all!” Founded in 2003 with the idea of helping owners of all kinds remove rocks from their facilities, Rid O Rock specializes in rock removal from arenas, race tracks, fair grounds, pastures, fields, schools, and many other venues. They have perfected the process over the past several years and it is much more efficient and effective. The importance of starting with a rock-free base is essential for livestock’s well-being; pro- tecting your investment. The screening pro-


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cess begins by reconditioning the existing material, removing debris and rock to 3/8” minus. In a one-pass operation, the material fines are leſt to a desired depth of 6 inches. Aſter screening, they harrow the arena so it will be perfect for horse and rider to go out and ride without risk of geting injured. Rid O Rock travels throughout the western U.S. and makes quality their top priority. See ad on page 31


Stotz Equipment (909 )626-8586 Montclair


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“We make your life easier!” Stotz


Equipment is your official John Deere deal- er—your source for new and used equip- ment, parts and service. From large tractors to hand-held power tools, we have what you need to help get the job done. Stotz Equipment has been family-owned and operated since 1947.


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