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he “Sale of Sales” is coming to Your Equestrian Superstore on Sept. 15-16! You will be able to save 10-60 percent


off nearly everything. Check out this month’s Broken Horn Saddlery ad on pages 44-45 for a sampling of what you can expect. In addition to great savings, there’s so much fun to be had. There are giveaways and raffl es for giſt cards and saddles. Mark your calendar and be one of the fi rst 100 families in the door to receive a free bucket! Broken Horn is located at 1026 Leorita St. in Baldwin Park.


It’s billed as “the most inspirational


two days any horse-lover can have!” At Walkabout Tours, Clinton Anderson of Downunder Horsemanship, holds noth- ing back. He shares the ultimate goal of horsemanship with his personal horses and explains the training process, right from the


riding techniques and trick training, the weekend offers something for every level of horseman. Join www.noworriesclub.com to get complimentary tickets. Over $6,000 in prizes given away at each tour stop including saddles, Ritchie waterers, tack, training kits, NWC memberships, and much more!! Begin your journey toward real horsemanship by attending the Walkabout Tour stop Del Mar on Sept. 29-30 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. See ad on page 61.


Saddle up your horse and enter the three- mile Ride & Stride Oct. 21 at Walnut Grove Equestrian Park in San Marcos. The 12th Annual Ride & Stride kicks off at 8:30 a.m., with the Horse Heritage Festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the park. Pre-register for the Ride & Stride at the $100 level by Sept. 29 and you’ll have a chance to win two tickets and preferred parking for the 2018 Mountain High Tour: Dierks Bentley with Brothers Osborne and Lanco—a concert scheduled for Oct. 12 at the Mat ress Firm Amphitheatre. Proceeds from this great equestrian community event will benefi t the City of San Marcos’s Walnut Grove Equestrian Park, one of the few remaining


municipal horse arena facilities in Southern California. For more info or to sign up, go to ht p://helpthehorsepark.com.


Hacienda Sosegado is pleased to


start, by working with local problem hors- es. Step by step, he demonstrates how his training method helps real horses with real problems get real results. Whether you ride English or western or are a serious competi- tor or love to hit the trails, learn how Clinton uses the Method to develop respectful and safe horses. From problem horses and learn- ing to build your confidence to advanced


announce its “Introduction to the Peruvian Horse & Annual Sale” on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 9:30 a.m. At this one-day event, at endees will be educated and have the opportunity to ride this remarkable breed before the aſt er- noon sale. Hacienda Sosegado, owned by D. Joy Gould, is a 15-acre ranch facility located in Hemet. It has specialized in breeding, raising, showing, and selling top-quality Peruvian horses since 1986, with the goal of producing strong, sound, well-gaited horses with great tempera- ments. “I have owned and shown many Peruvian horses over the years, but more recently have made an eff ort to select a group of foundation horses so that their off spring would pro- vide their owners with a well gaited, smooth riding, versatile horse for their showing and/or trail riding pleasure,” says Joy. “I believe that the gait of the Peruvian horse is the foundation upon which one builds a breeding program and so the foundation mares and stallions of Hacienda Sosegado were purchased to meet that standard.” Make your reservation in advance by calling (951)318-7782. Lunch is included. You may preview Joy’s horses at haciendasosegado YouTube channel, and be sure to see the ad on page 27 for more infor- mation.


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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