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The In Gate Horsetrader sales and marketing staff keep readers informed on what’s ahead and trending.


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Are you well-grounded? What lies beneath your horse’s hooves makes a difference. These products, services and tools will get down in the dirt—and enhance performance, safety and good horse health.


Leaders of the pack A trio of riders plan a 300-mile ride from Norco to Bishop to promote the use of trails by equestrians.


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CRHA Champions are memorialized as the 2019 show season kicks into gear at the LAEC this month.


Cow Horse The gate opens to the 2019 Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association season.


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Reining Some heartfelt sentiments and prestigious perpetual awards highlight the WCRHA banquet.


Ask The Vet What difference can proper footing make? Columnist Daniel H. Grove, DVM, explains from a vet’s perspective.


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More With Les Foundation Training for the performance horse with Les Vogt


Trainer Tips Why trainers do what they do... columnist Sheryl Lynde provides insight.


ETI Newsletter Time to hit the trail! Equestrian Trails, Inc. ramps up its late winter schedule.


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Mike Williams, Rebekah Wan and Cowboy will be hiting the trail from Norco to Bishop.


Cover photo: Warren Wilson, California Horsetrader


A little rain couldn’t dampen spirits at the inaugural SCRCHA Cowhorse Kickoff Jan. 11-13 at Casner’s Ranch in Temecula, where Ruth Noring was top Rookie Rider with her Mister Olena Chic.


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INSIDE THIS ISSUE


10 Classifieds & Fototraders® 44 $tore $avers 52 Trainers Directory


60 Real Estate Showcase 62 Ranch Property Specialists 65 Shows & Events


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