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BOARDING • TRAINING • HORSE SHOWS SHOPPING • BANQUETS • RIDING LESSONS


2018 SHOWS


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of the City of Norco, CA “HorseTown USA”


Training, Lessons & Clinics (951) 279-1036


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Summer Finale: Spotted Valley Appaloosa Toni Dean


West Coast Equine Medicine, Inc.


Does your horse suffer from any of these symptoms?: • Shifting lameness • Reduced range of motion in neck or limbs • Short-striding steps • Acting cold-backed or cinchy • Bucking, rearing or hesitation in a normally cooperative horse


If so, he might be maladjusted or out of alignment in the musculoskeletal system


Dr. Ryan Heaton is a certifi ed Equine Veterinary Medical Manipulation Practioner


(818) 259-4364


August 18-19 Let’s Show II Dressage Cornerstone Event Management (818) 841-3554


August 23-26 Cool August Nights Dressage Show Cornerstone Event Management (818) 841-3554


August 31-September 2


Gold Coast Series Labor Day Hunter/ Jumper Show Langer Equestrian Group


All events subject to change


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760-723-3606 Serving North San Diego


and South Riverside


www.westcoastequinemedicine.com Daniel H. Grove, DVM


6 astequi D Ryan K. Heaton, DVM inemedi


480 W. Riverside Drive Burbank, California 91506


www.LA-EquestrianCenter.com 818-840-9063


(818) 563-3250 August 3–5


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