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NSHA Program The National Stock Horse Association moves to Las Vegas for the 9th edition of its bigger-than-ever “Pre-Futurity” show.


Cow Horse Green Acres Ranch in Temecula hosts the SCRCHA July Jubilee Show.


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Reining The WCRHA Star Spangled Slide brings the Brookside Horse Park to life with a patriotic reining.


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


Hunters-jumpers Like the weather, the hunter-jumper seasons is heating up along the West Coast.


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Newstrader Losses from latest Califoria wildfi res mount; NRHA honors William Shatner for lifetime achievement


Ask The Vet Take measures to help your horses handle heat this summer, says Horsetrader columnist Daniel H. Grove, DVM.


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Trainer Tips Hit ing a barrier in your training? That’s a new starting point, says columnist Sheryl Lynde.


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ETI Newsletter From barbeques on the beach to moonlight rides, ETI has a lot to off er in August!


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


On the Cover:


Corey Cushing and SJR Smooth Rio, last year’s NSHA Futurity Open winners. Cover photo: Stacy Judd photo


INSIDE THIS ISSUE


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Venerable competitor Susie Hutchison continues to fly to championships, here topping 82 other entries


in the $5,000 1.30M Jumper Classic aboard her Gameboy during the Showpark Summer Festival July 18-22 in Del Mar.


Advertise in our September issue! DEADLINE: Friday, July 20


*Distribution at the Reno Snaffl e Bit Futurity Sept. 10-16!


22 Classifieds & Fototraders® 50 Trainers Directory 42 $tore $avers


66 Ranch Property Specialists 68 Real Estate Showcase 70 Shows & Events


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