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56/ MAY 2011 THE RIDER


Dr. John Shelle Presentation Coming in June


Dr. John Shelle will be in Ontario and will be speaking in


York, Ontario on June 18th from 10 am to 4 pm on the subject of


27TH MINIATURE HORSE SALE


May 21st, 2011 & October 15th, 2011 10:30 am at


GRAY’S AUCTION CENTRE INC. 1 Mile West of HARRISTON, ON Corner of Hwy’s 87 & 23


SALE CONSISTS OF: AMHA & AMHR “A” & “B” Registered Horses. Easy Entry Carts; single and team harness, there will be carts, wagons, and working carts. For more information contact GRAY’S AUCTION SERVICE INC. @ (519) 338-3722.


TERMS: Cash, Cheque, Visa or Mastercard with proper I.D. Own- ers or Auctioneers not responsible for accidents day of sale. Any announcements given verbally day of sale take precedence over written ads.


Please watch our website for summer dates. www.graysauction.ca To Consign Horses Call:


GRAY’S AUCTION SERVICE INC. (519) 338-3722 AUCTIONEER: GRAY’S AUCTION SERVICE INC. - Harriston - Licensed & Bonded


Form and Function. Dr. Shelle was the person responsible for the development of Michigan State University’s horse pro- gram in 1984. He currently teaches 6 courses in Equine Animal Sciences, has a BS and MS degrees in animal Husbandry and a PH degree in Animal Sciences. Dr. Shelle is a member of the National horse Judging Team Coaches Association and the Equine Nutrition and Physiology Society. He also breeds National Champion Arabians, Halter and Performance hors- es, and has coached and judged numerous National teams and competitions. Understanding how the anatomy of a horse affects it’s performance will help you in selecting an athletic horse just right for you. Dr. Shelle can help uncover if your horse is conformationally correct for your chosen discipline. Whether you are looking to buy a new horse, trying to fig- ure out what discipline is right for your horse, showing halter or as a breeder, Dr. Shelle’s information is sure to be bene- ficial. Many different breeds will be present to be utilized for John’s presentation of this topic. He will also discuss equine nutrition including spe- cial mare and foal require- ments. For more information, visit www.lonetamarakarabi- ans.com


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