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he renowned Twombly Performance Horse Sale is ramping up for its July 26-27 dates in Cheyenne, Wyom.

The sale takes place during the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo—on the street in front of the Cheyenne Depot Museum. Twombly Performance Horses at Coyote Slide Ranch, located in the hills of western Nebraska, specializes in training and selling top quality geldings and mares. They offer conforma- tion, dispositions, color and great pedigree and athletic ability. Ranch, trail, roping and reining are the ranch’s main focus, known for a style and flash. Twombly rides its horses through thick brush, up and down big hills and steep canyons. The horses are trained to be soſt in the face and take their correct leads, stop on “whoa” command and to move away from the neck rein and leg pressure. All the horses offered in Twombly sales are owned and ridden by the Twombly family, nd they want to match a potential buyer with the perfect horse for them—and they intend to do whatever it takes to make that happen! Two major horse sales are held each year—the July sale in Cheyenne and the December sale in Las Vegas, Nev., during the National Finals Rodeo. The summer sale preview will be held Friday, July 26, at 6 p.m., and the sale will be held Saturday, July 27, at 5:30 p.m. Phone bids are welcome, and to

view an online catalog with photos and video, visit See ad on page 57, and direct any questions to (308) 783-1866.

Inland Vet Supply originated from a small chain of stores located in Fort Collins, Colo., with a mission to provide cost-effec- tive supplies and supplements for animal owners. In 2003, the Schroeder family opened shop in Norco to provide California customers with the same quality shopping experience as the sister stores in Colorado. After six years of success in Norco, IVS opened their Temecula location and has since been serving these Inland Empire communities. Inland Vet Supply strives to provide its customers with a personable and professional shopping experience. Offering a wide range of products varying anywhere from supplements, feed, medications, etc.; their knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you in finding the products that best suit needs while being budget-friendly. The Norco store, located on Sixth Street in the heart of “Horsetown USA”, is known for its product variety and having some of the most cost-effective supplements in town. Their well-informed staff, known for going above and beyond to meet their customers’ needs, offers a helping hand to all who enter our store and are ready for any challenge that

may come their way. With a wide range of products to choose from they do their best to find exactly what your animal needs. The Temecula store has a large selection of products ranging from medical supplies, equine and canine health supplements, high quality name brand bagged feed, poultry and livestock supplies, vaccinations, and a newly renovated farrier supply section! See ad on page 2 for addresses, phone num- bers, store hours and June’s specials. Visit for more informa- tion.

Calling all vendors! If you witnessed the

National Stock Horse Association Futurity, World’s Richest and Horse Show last August at South Point Equestrian enter in Las Vegas, you know what the buzz is about. This year’s edition is fast approaching—Aug. 20-25 at the same great location. If you would like to be a vendor, please contact Deanna LeBlanc at South Point by calling (702) 797-8372. If you’re interested in adver- tising in the show program, please contact Lori Wilson at the California Horsetrader sales office (760) 546-1184 or email lori. for more infor- mation.

December 2018 record high seller, 4 year old palomino gelding at $100,000.

The In Gate column is composed by the sales staff at the California Horsetrader. If you would like to put the California Horsetrader and to work for you, please call the display sales staff at 760/546-1184, or e-mail to:

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