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ingate the Pat Parelli clinic in Norco coming May 12–14 P from horsetrader sales staff


at Parelli will be teaching a natural horsemanship clinic in Southern California May 12-14 at the Ingalls


Park Arena in Norco. This year celebrates 35 years of the Parelli Program, which teach- es riders how to gain leadership with their horses, how to bet er communicate, and how to get the best results. Pat’s coaching focuses on safety, ethical treatment and eff ectiveness. The Parelli program is for horses of all


breeds—western, English, gaited horses or other types of riding. Pat is a master teacher who helps riders correctly develop a foundation so that horses accept additional training that leads toward specialization in a particular discipline. It’s the foundation to all disciplines and recreational riding. Pat helps people solve problems so that they can


page 41 for more information. “Art of the Horse” presented at the 19th


annual Western States Horse Expo, June 9-11 in Sacramento will be a juried art show and sale that features the magnifi cent world of horses in various art mediums. You could walk through 15 art galleries in San Francisco or Los Angeles and not see one work of art that features horses. But at the


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gain more enjoyment with their horses— and reduce accidents. The Parelli clinic in Norco begins Friday


evening, May 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., then on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A special promotion to at end just the Friday evening event is $35 per ticket. Each person at the clinic will receive a Parelli workbook, and the sessions are very interactive—every- one can be involved and ask questions. There are rider positions available and tick- ets for the event are available on his website, www.parelli.com/events. See the ad on


Western States Horse Expo, an entire build- ing area is dedicated to beautiful pieces of art, all focused on the horse. Horse people embrace the horse in so many ways—hav- ing horses is truly a lifestyle, refl ected by clothing, footwear, vehicles, barns, fenc- ing—and artwork that adorns our homes. At the Western States Horse Expo, visitors can stroll through the art show and fi nd a fascinating array of artwork—and it’s all for sale! This year, in an ongoing eff ort to draw the fi nest artists in the country, the Western States Horse Expo is off ering a $1,000 cash prize to the winner of Best in Show, and a $250 cash prize to fi rst places in each divi- sion. Categories for the show include acrylic, colored pencil, mixed media, sculpture, wearable art, oil, pastel, pencil/charcoal, photography, and watercolor. To encourage young people to participate in expressing their love of horses, there are junior art cate- gories. Each division is judged by profession- als, with top honor going to Best of Show. Expo at endees are encouraged to vote for their favorite piece of art, and the most pop- ular vote will be presented with the “People’s Choice Award.” Horses have been the icons of civilization throughout history, with mankind depending upon them for farming, transportation, war, and exploration. Horses have been depicted in art throughout the ages, too, oſt en seen in larger-than-life stat- ues. In fact, there is urban legend that sol- diers seen astride in statues are thought to have died during bat le if the horse is rear- ing. The soldier was wounded in bat le if one of the horse’s front legs is liſt ed up, and if all four hooves are on the ground, the soldier died outside of bat le. More information can be found on the Western States Horse Expo website, www.horsexpo.com. For more


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The In Gate column is composed by the sales staff at the California Horsetrader. If you would like to put the California Horsetrader and horsetrader.com to work for you, please call the display sales staff at 760/546-1184, or e-mail to: lori.wilson@horsetrader.com


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