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82 Cow Horse Oct 3-Oct 14 Fort Worth


2017 NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity. Started in 1970, it has become one of the most prestigious events in the Western perfor- mance industry., Will Rogers Memorial Center, Allison Walker, 9404881493, allison@nrcha.com.


Oct 20-Oct 22


The Legacy Bit …the New Bit Tradition!


Temecula


SCRCHA Shootout / Cut For A Cure. So. Calif. Reined Cow Horse Assn. popular year-end Shootout competition and also fund-raising Cut For A Cure cutting, CRC Ranch, Christy McSweeny, 7147851333, ltht@airenetworks.com.


Oct 20-Oct 22 Temecula


SCRCHA Cut for a Cause & Saddle Shoot Out. Cut for A Cause, Cow Horse Classes, & Saddle Shoot Out, Oct. 20, 21, & 22, 2017 at Casner Ranch Company. www. SCRCHA.com, Casner Ranch , Sunni McCormick, 7147851333, sundogger@ ymail.com.


Dressage Oct 1


True old Western style handed down from generations before, for all Western


disciplines. Great for cowboys, competitors, trail riders!


• Two unique styles offering today's outstanding craftsmanship & meticulous attention to detail, mixing Sweet Iron & Stainless Steel.


• Emphasis on helping riders create a great feel & perfect timing. A consistent, steady signal that's easy for the horse & rider to understand.


• Develops a quiet, responsive mouth, good vertical flexion with nice lateral feel, & independent shoulder lift.


• Swiveling short-shanks, swept back for non-abrupt action. Slightly curved, comfortable, non pinching Sweet Iron mouthpiece with a flatter-wide shaped port providing ample room & relief for the tongue.


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PGF Western Dressage Series. Pepperglen Farm, Lori Fairchild, 9518171794, lafairchild@ earthlink.net.


Del Mar


Spooktacular Halloween Dressage Show. Del Mar Horsepark, Lisa Blaufuss, 6196656463, lisa_blaufuss@yahoo.com.


Los Angeles


Larry Brinker Clinic. Paddock Riding Club, Diane Kern, 8188810581, flashkern@gmail. com.


Oct 13-Oct 17 Oct 29 Nov 5 Jan 3-Jan 7


SHOWS & EVENTS Los Angeles


Larry Brinker Driving & Riding Clinic. Paddock Riding Club, Diane Kern, 8188810581, flash- kern@gmail.com.


Norco


PGF English Dressage Series. Pepperglen Farm, Lori Fairchild, 9518171794, lafairchild@ earthlink.net.


Norco


PGF Western Dressage Series. Pepperglen Farm, Lori Fairchild, 9518171794, lafairchild@ earthlink.net.


Temecula


Adequan West Coast Dressage Festival I Show. Will include a 3* national show with recognition by U.S. Equestrian Federation, U.S. Dressage Federation, & CDS., Galway Downs, Scott Hayes, 760/697-5100, scott@shproductions.ca.


Driving Oct 28 Nov 19 Moorpark


Halloween Hustle & Day of Dressage. Oak Run Farm, Diane Kern, 8188810581, flashkern@ gmail.com.


Lake View Terrace


Turkey Trot Driving Derby. Mitchell Ranch, Elizabeth Petrello, 8182161156, Gaitinghorse@ gmail.com.


Eventing Nov 2-Nov 5 Temecula


Galway Downs International Event. Don’t miss the 19th annual event! Competitors have the opportunity to win $50,000 in cash and prizes., Galway Downs, Robert


COMPTON JR. POSSE


Keeping Kids ON Horses and OFF the Streets!


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