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Sylvia Zerbini liberty clinic fund-raiser is April 23 the


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orse Spirit Ranch will host a one- day Sylvia Zerbini Liberty Clinic and Luncheon in beautiful Bonsall


this month. It will be a rare, up-close oppor- tunity for horse-lovers to spend a day with Sylvia, former star of Cavalia and a ninth generation circus performer. The Liberty Clinic, Luncheon and Fundraiser on Sunday, April 23 will be held at the Horse Spirit Ranch facility located a short drive east of Oceanside, south from Temecula or north from Escondido. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and will feature a silent auction, vendor booths, raffl es, and a tack sale. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Horse Spirit Ranch Emergency Horse Fund, and is sponsored by Ambassadors for Compassion, Inc., a 501(c)(3). Known for her stunning liberty act with


beautiful Arabian horses, Sylvia communi- cates by using specifi c body language and


available for participants. Rates for clinic participants are $150 per horse, plus $25 facility fee, and $20 catered luncheon. Horse Spirit Ranch is located at 3712 Valle Del Sol, Bonsall, CA 92003. For further information and to register, contact Lynne Hayes at 760-822-3579 or email lynne@horsespiri- tranch.net. See Sylvia Zerbini perform with 12 Arabian horses at Night of The Horse, on Saturday April 22, at Del Mar Fairgrounds during the Del Mar National Horse Show. (See page 26) A rat lesnake does NOT want to be your


vocal cues to create a ballet where she danc- es with horses. Giſt ed in using “body energy” to build enduring trust, she teaches commu- nication without halter or whip. Clinic participants will learn some of


Sylvia’s hands-on personalized liberty techniques, which are readily understood by horses of all breeds and ages. Whether you’re new to liberty work or already devot- ed to it, working with this master teacher is an incomparable experience. Auditors are encouraged and welcomed. During the catered lunch, Sylvia will share some of her unique experiences. Cost for auditing the clinic is $50, which


includes lunch and visiting time with Sylvia. A limited number of clinic spots are


dog’s best friend! Many areas in California are rat lesnake habitats. Authorities have found them nearly everywhere, including hiking trails, backyards—even in garages and inside suburban homes! If you reside in or visit one of these areas, your dogs are in potential danger of interacting with and get ing bit en by a rat lesnake. One of the best preventative measures available is to have your dog trained to AVOID rat lesnakes. Not only can it save your dog’s life, but if you are observant of your dog’s avoidance behavior learned from R.A.T.—Rat lesnake Avoidance Training—then your dog can alert you to the presence of a rat lesnake and possibly prevent you from being bit en, too. Rat lesnake Avoidance Training is a pro- cess of conditioning an avoidance response by pairing something unpleasant. R.A.T. presents vibration, spray or static remote collars with the sight, sound and scent of rat lesnakes. Many dogs do not instinctively know to stay away from rat lesnakes and instead are curious and try to get closer for a bet er look or smell, and they wind up being bit en—usually on the face or neck. Facial bites are oſt en more lethal as the swelling may occlude the throat or impair the ability to breathe. Rat lesnake bites can be deadly to a dog and very expensive to treat. Since 1991 Gina Gables of Ma & Paw Kennel Canine Training Services in Simi Valley, has been training dogs (and their owners!) and conducting R.A.T. clinics across many Southern and Central California counties. The company off ers what many satisfi ed dog owners agree is the most humane, com- prehensive and eff ective R.A.T. for dogs available. Counties served include San Luis Obispo,


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Santa Barbara, Fresno, Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Kern, Inyo, Orange and San Diego. For more info, see the ad on page 24, and check out www. MANPAW.com for clinics and private ranch training sessions. Gina also can be reached by calling Ma and Paw Kennel Canine Training Services at 805-523-3432. Mention code CHT04_2017 to receive a 5% discount! Mother Nature’s Bug Barrier—BB’s All


Natural Fly Spray! Everything needed for life to fl ourish can be found in nature. BB’s created a mixture of nature’s most pow- erful bug-repelling scents in the form of horse-friendly essential oils. Use FlyAway Spray on yourself or pets to form a natural barrier against pesky fl ying insects. It not only thwarts bugs, its pleasant smell relaxes muscles and moods alike. This enhanced formula lasts all da. The company teamed up with a distinguished chemist to create a new, more powerful formula, and the new blend of natural fl y repellent stays put wherever it’s sprayed, whether on your skin or your horse’s. The fresh recipe is nearly immune to sweat. Not only that, it now has the power to last and last. If you’ve tried our original formula, try this one and we’re sure you’ll love the improvements. For Horses: Aſt er making sure your horse’s coat is free of dirt and dust, spray FlyAway directly onto the horse, keeping it out of the eyes. Some peo- ple like to brush FlyAway into the coat aſt er application. For People: Spray directly onto skin, hiking boots, and gear. FlyAway Spray should not stain clothing, but it’s always a good idea to test a small area fi rst. If you use sunscreen in addition to our all-natural repellent, apply the sunscreen fi rst. Aſt er the sunscreen has had a chance to dry, spray FlyAway on any areas you want to keep free of fl ying pests. Order BB’s All Natural online at www.bbsallnatural.com and be sure to enter code “Horsetrader” at checkout for 10% off . See ad on page 56.


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