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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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Cow Horse The SCRCHA’s best ‘buckle it up’ at the group’s year-end banquet aſt er a successful 2017.


Arabians Horses mat er, as a family learned from a relationship between an 11-year-old girl and her petite Arabian mare.


The Comeback Trail As the landscape heals and facilities rebuild from December’s crippling wildfi res, folks look ahead, bet er prepared.


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Hunters/jumpers A dozen years to the day aſt er Samsung Woodstock’s passing, the CPHA honors the legendary jumper with its Equine Lifetime Achievement Award.


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Ask The Vet Even though he uses and enjoys the internet, columnist Daniel H.Grove, DVM sees some pitfalls to internet-based care choices.


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Training Tips Columnist Sheryl Lynde writes a case study revealing the rewards of patience and perseverance.


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ETI Newsletter Here’s the calendar as Equestrian Trails, Inc. moves into February


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


thro ghou h ut California converged on the L.A. Equestrian Center Equidome to kick off the 2018 show season with the SCHAA/AHASFV event held Jan. 19-21.


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Advertise in our March issue! DEADLINE: Tuesday, Feb. 20


Let the shows begin: Arabians and Half-Arabians from


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On the Cover:


Jill Contreras and her SRC Alexander start their show year with a championship.


Cover photo: Laurie Taylor photo


10 Classifieds & Fototraders® 30 $tore $avers 59 Trainers Directory


70 Ranch Property Specialists 72 Real Estate Showcase 74 Shows & Events


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