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INSIDE THIS ISSUE


The In Gate Our sales and marketing staff keeps you up to date on what’s new and trending.


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Cover Story The “no-quit” spirit of horse, trainer and owner put White Tye Affair in the 2020 NRHA Derby Open Finals.


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Reining More than 1,000 entries go through the WCRHA Affiliate 3 and 4 shows in five days of competitive reining.


Newstrader State considers Del Mar Horse Park as a location to shelter up to 1,200 homeless vets; a Griffith Park tram proposal threatens Martinez Arena at LAEC.


Ask The Vet Summer sores are a big problem for horses in warm, moist climates. Columnist Daniel H. Grove, DVM gives us insight.


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Trainer Tips How do we best handle bringing home a new horse? For one, be a mindful, compassionate leader for them, says Sheryl Lynde.


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Robert Heindl, Marty Bales and White Tye Affair, aka “Sparky”. Cover photo: Shezashootingstar.com / Katie Wise


ETI Newsletter Let’s celebrate young leaders of Equestrian Trails, Inc. and their accomplishments as we head into mid-summer.


10 Classifieds & Fototraders®


26 $tore $avers 32 Trainers Directory


38 Real Estate Showcase 40 Ranch Property Specialists 42 Shows & Events


West Coast Ranch Horse activity, like Amy Naidus and Sheesa Dun Sensation competing here at Silverlakes Ranch in Norco, is heating up with fall events on the schedule. See InGate column, Page 8.


Advertise in our September issue! DEADLINE: Monday, August 24


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