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WELL-GROUNDED


Single family ownership for over 70 years has helped to create a consistency of service and a commitment to our customers that is unmatched by competitors. When doing business with Stotz Equipment, you have access to the combined knowledge of over 500 employees in 25 locations, across eight western states. Additionally, many team members participate in industry groups across the country, in an effort to bring cus- tomers the best solutions to business and personal equipment needs. See ad on page 26


Triple Crown Arenas (619) 659-8318


TripleCrownArenas.com Triple Crown Arenas design, build and


supply anything that goes in, on or around horse arenas. With over 35 years’ experience, Triple


Crown Arenas has been providing Southern California (and beyond) with cost-effective equestrian services for a variety of cus- tomers. From small-scale reconditioning projects to full turn-key equestrian cen- ters, Triple Crown Arenas has the talent necessary to complete any project on time and within budget. The company’s team of experienced site designers and licensed con-


tractors will focus on your project with ded- ication and deliver a cost-effective solution with the belief that your project should be kept as straight- forward as possible. Triple Crown Arenas delivers onits promises, as they are experts in site design and development for arenas, pads, drainage and excavation as well as concrete work, offering a large selection of sand and footing addi- tives such as Lightfoot™ and Tex-Stride™ textile footing. Contact Triple Crown Arenas today for your next project—and know with confidence that the job will be done right, on time, and within budget. See ad on page 26


Valley Truck & Tractor,


John Deere 9 Northern California locations (888) 706-9611 valleytruckandtractor.com


It only takes one horse to save money on John Deere Equipment with Valley Truck


Harrah’s Shelters


SERVING NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Made to Order, Made to Last!


SHELTERS, PANELS & GATES


• Structural Galvanized, 99% Pure Zinc Coated Allied Gatorshield® 1⅞ " Steel Tubing


• Cut, Coped & Welded a Full 360 Degrees • 26 Gauge PBR Cool Painted Steel Roofi ng


Dave (530)624-4263 Tony (530)567-7154


www.HarrahsShelters.net 3489 Hwy. 99W • Corning, CA


O Ro CREATING ROCK FREE ARENAS CREATING ROCK FREE ARENAS


--- that’s Cor ect --- LET’S MAKE YOUR HORSE SMILE WITH A ROCK FREE ARENA


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Through modern technology we can screen the native material in your arena rock free.


We remove debris to 3/8 of an inch in size and to a depth of at least 6 inches.


Your most important step in building an arena is to start with a rock free base while saving money in the process.


You may never need our services again if properly maintained.


Serving the west for over a decade


We Travel Anywhere


ridORoCk.com


Making quality our top priority


Joseph 602-284-3749 For references see Website or Facebook page


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& Tractor Co. Valley Truck & Tractor Co. aspires to be the premier agricultural, turf and commercial dealer of choice in the com- munities it serves. Further, it strives to continue the legacy of our founder by part- nering with our customers to provide them with the best service and solutions seting us apart from its competitors. Valley Truck and Tractor has been a family-owned and operated business since 1948 and has grown to nine locations in the Sacramento Valley— Chico, Colusa, Dixon, Elk Grove, Gridley, Robbins, Willows, Woodland, and Yuba City. Visit valleytruckandtractor.com today for your respective dealer information or give them a call to find out why Valley Truck and Tractor Co. is the No. 1 John Deere dealer in Northern California. See ad on page 29


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