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West Coast Ranch Horse gearing up with fall events ingate


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anch horse popularity continues to grow, and growing along with it is West Coast Ranch Horse, offering


new events and programs all the time. Two Southern California events on the calendar aſter summer will be the Ranch Horse Rendezvous Oct. 24-25 at CRC Ranch in Temecula and the Winter Ranch Horse Buckle Series at Green Acres Ranch in Temecula on Nov. 7, Dec. 12 and Jan. 16.


Gratefully, CRC Ranch opened its doors on short notice! Mark your calendars and start making plans to join CRHA in August. Visit the club’s website for more info and forms. In the meantime, make plans to join CRHA and book your stay with the association’s hotel partner, South Coast Winery Resort & Spa. Also...CRHA is looking for scribes to volunteer at the show. See ad on page 42, or check out the website at crhareining.com.


I The Ranch Horse Rendezvous will feature


a clinic, an open and amateur futurity for 3/4 and 5/6 year-olds, and a barbeque dinner with wine tasting and music on Saturday, and the horse show with divisions for all levels on Sunday. The Buckle Series will award division high points, best 2/3 shows to count. Come on out and check out the ranch horse classes in August at two WCRH- sanctioned events, the Southern California Professional Horseshow at Green Acres Ranch Aug. 15-16, or the “Slots of Fun” Summer Circuit Show at the Rolling Hills Equestrian Center in Corning Aug. 28-30. For more info, see the ad on page 17, or go to westcoastranchhorse.com.


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his month’s California Reining Horse Association Summertime Slide on Aug. 21-23 will be held at the


CDC Ranch (California Ranch Company). Originally, the show was set for Hansen Dam Horse Park, but the City of Los Angeles has paused horse shows because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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


nland Vet Supplies “Annual Parking Lot Sale” will be held Saturday, Aug. 22 (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and Sunday, Aug.


23 (9 a.m. to 2 p.m). The entire store will be on discount and raffle prizes will make the day festive. Come on in for great deals that include Farnam, SU-PER products and Pyranha. Be sure to wear your mask! We’ll look forward to seeing you there. See ad on page 2.


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oin in the equestrian community of Orange Park Acres “Tack Swap Meet” on Aug. 15-16. You’ll find over


20 booths with a large selection of used saddles, tack, and accessories — all with great pricing. Social distancing and face masks guidelines are required. The address is 10541 Randall St., Orange, CA 92869. For more information, call/text (714) 321-2231. See ad on page 31.


Modoc National Forest commented on the August Devil’s Garden Wild Horse photo selection: “I’m so glad you selected this photo. It is one of my all-time favorites. Just like my daughter’s DG horse, Lucky. Lucky looks like these beautiful bays too. He loves to play in the water, crawls into the trough, and splash, splash, splashes...He has these large gentle eyes I just fall into, and he is so gentle and kind to my old Quarter Horses. Anyway, I am going to make him a fountain like this. He will think it is really cool. Wink. Thanks again.” -Sally. To learn how to adopt or purchase a Modoc National Forest Devil’s Garden Wild Horse, call (530) 233-8738 or visit htps:// go.usa.gov/xQ3r3. See ad on page 33.


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he Devil’s Garden Wild Horse is known for its hardiness, trainability, and gentle nature. Sally Carter with


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