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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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Remembering 2017 A look back at the highlights and heroes— both in and out of the arena—reveals a special year.


INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Hunters-jumpers The CPHA Foundation WCE Medal Finals come to a defi nitive conclusion at the Las Vegas National.


Hunters-jumpers Richard Spooner dominates the week with three big wins, including the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Las Vegas


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California was not always an easy one. Volunteers like the staff at the Western States Horse Expo tried to make a differ- ence when the heat was on.


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Ask The Vet What comprises a “pre-purchase” exam? Horsetrader columnist Daniel H. Grove, DVM, provides details.


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Training Tips The “inner game” of riding requires some mental discipline, says columnist Sheryl Lynde.


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ETI Newsletter Keeping pace with Equestrian Trails, Inc. in December.


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Advertise in our January issue! DEADLINE: Monday, Dec. 18


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


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A year to remember: A look back at highlights and heroes both in and out of the arena.


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10 Classifieds & Fototraders® 34 $tore $avers 54 Real Estate Showcase


56 Ranch Property Specialists 63 Trainers Directory 74 Shows & Events


The road home in the wake of the October wildfires in Northern


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