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Horse Affair


Norco Presented by Thrifty Horse Consignment Shoppe BJ Avila


A third generation horseman from Yamhill, Ore- gon. Born into the performance horse industry, BJ spent his early years learning from his father, Bob Avila and has always had a passion for teaching young horses and the Working Cow Horse. He has learned from some of the best horsemen in the industry including; Robbie Boyce, Don Murphy, Ron Ralls & JD Yates. BJ has since proven himself as an instinctual and talented horseman winning multiple world titles in Working Cow Horse, Roping, and Reining.


| Matt Sheridan


A fi fth-generation horseman who for the past 23 years has successfully trained and shown horses in a variety of breeds and events. Having a diverse background growing up riding cutting, team penning and roping horses as a youth to training ranch and wild horses in Nevada as an adult, Matt has developed his own unique approach to horses and people. He believes that riding should not be a complex set of rules but a pattern of good guide- lines. In other words, the emphasis is on being consistent with one’s horse in order to educate the animal. This concept also holds true with people. Mat Sheridan.net


At George Ingalls Equestrian Event Center Oct. 6, 7, & 8, 2017


EDUCATION • VENDORS/ SHOPPING • SHOWS COMMUNITY • ENTERTAINMENT


www.NorcoHorseAffair.com Jerry Tindell


My mission is to facilitate the communication of the horses and mules to their owners and han- dlers. At the same time, to teach and enable their owners/handlers to develop the skills necessary to interpret their animal’s signals for a safe and functional relationship. JerryTindell.com


Sheryl Lynde


Sheryl builds a strong foundation from the ground up to the saddle. She starts with desensi- tizing with tarps, dragging ropes, fl ags, etc. and then exposes them to trail and cow work. Sheryl works with problem horses to resolve issues at the cause—fear, aggression, or disrespect; or a little of each. She teaches the rider how to be the leader and to build trust with their horse. See Sheryl’s “Trainer Tips” monthly column in the California Horsetrader. SherylLyndeClinics.com


Sante Fe Hunt Club Jessica Hutchins, Cowboy Dressage


Soft Feel (or Fresh Rein) is the guiding principle of Cowboy Dressage®. It is a wordless, intimate and for some a spiritual communication within the partnership between horse and rider. Soft feel is not only sending messages but having the sensitivity and awareness to feel and receive the message the horse sends back.


Riding to Hounds is more than a unique tradi- tional sport, it requires year-round activities to keep horses, hounds and humans in top form and hounds fed. Santa Fe Hunt was founded in 1969 and our members are geographically dispersed and represent a cross-section of Southern California lifestyles and professions. We work in conjunction with area Pony Clubs to foster horsemanship and to enhance community participation in English cross-country riding and traditional fox hunting. We hunt Crossbred hounds and English hounds under the auspices of Huntsman Paine, over country variously located within Riverside and San Diego Counties. SantaFeHunt.com


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Contact Alecia at Thrifty Horse (951)280-0294. Spaces are limited.


EVENTS · National Breyer Horse Show


· Kiddie Korral Pony Rides, Petting Zoo & Fun Activities


· The All American Horse Challenge, 3 Day Competition


· Live Entertainment with Chris Thomas (Rodeo Kid)


· California Horsetrader Breed Pavilion · Clinicians, Demonstrations and Seminar · Symposium of Equine Professionals · Food, Drinks & LOTS OF SHOPPING


For more information, call First Time Events


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