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More than 20 years after Rome stepped in as host city of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 1998 following Ireland’s late withdrawal, the Italians are looking to once again host the full Games. The Saudi Arabian capital city of Riyadh is also in the running having put forward an all-discipline bid for 2022. “The number of formal bids that we’ve received for single and multi-discipline FEI World Championships and full Games is an excellent indication that the interest in the World Championships is as strong if not stronger than ever”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said. “We knew that some of the countries that put in expressions of interest back in February were just dipping their toes in the water, but these formal bids are a great validation of the new bidding process and show that we have a really strong product.” The FEI initiated a bidding process for individual World Championships in all disciplines for 2022 after the FEI General Assembly in Manama (BRN) in November 2018. The FEI Board decided that multi-discipline bids would 10
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Butch & Sundance Go South Butch Cassidy (left)â€”real name Robert Leroy Parkerâ€”was a Jack-Mormon hustler from Beaver, Utah who teamed up with The Sundance Kid (right) (real name Harry Longabaugh) to rob banks and trains. Together they were the leaders of The Wild Bunch and after a successful run, they decided to try South America and using the proceeds from a robbery they went to Argentina with a beautiful Etta Place. For about eight years they robbed their way through several countries until 1908, when everything caught up with them.
The last Supper
It’s interesting that the two Americanos ordered beer and sardines. When in a foreign land, moving quickly from one zone to another, it is best not to drink the water. The compact meal obviously was meant to sustain them on the run, until they could get to a bigger city, in this case Oruro and La Paz. The two outlaws were used to hardship in the wilds of South America and the description of their mules being jaded speaks to their hard-riding ways.
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The two “Americanos” renting a room from Bonifacio Casasola are going by the names of Frank Boyd, a.k.a. H.A. Brown and Maxwell (no given first name). Boyd had been Sundance’s alias in Chile. Brown and Maxwell were aliases both men used in northern Bolivia. As the three Uyuni posse members approached the Casasola home, one of the Yankees suddenly appeared in the doorway and opened fire, hitting Victor Torres in the neck. Shots were exchanged as more townsmen were called to surround the casita. Then, the besiegers heard an anguished scream and two more shots from inside the dwelling. In the morning, officials found the bodies of the two Yankees. Both men were wounded and some surmise one of them shot the other one and then shot himself. The next afternoon the dead outlaws were buried in the local cemetery.
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Soon after arriving in Cholila, Butch and Sundance registered three brands: (from top to bottom) Sundance (Place), Butch and Sundance (Ryan and Place) and Butch (Ryan). – FROM THE GUIA DE LA PATAGONIA/COURTESY DANIEL BUCK AND ANNE MEADOWS –
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After slipping a notch from the series premiere in Live+Same Day (2.4 million vs. 2.8 million), the viewership for Yellowstone’s second-season debut eclipsed the series premiere by 6% in L+3 with a strong 109% DVR lift (5.036 million vs. 4.7 million). And after logging series highs in five of the six key demographics, the Season
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The Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Committee is Proud to announce their partnership with The Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity and Horse Show Together, Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity and Horse Show along with Tres Osos Performance Horses, will sponsor $5,000.00 towards the Sherri Gilkerson Youth Bridle and $5,000.00 towards the Youth Limited Scholarship Horse Show Classes. We are also happy to announce the addition of Standlee Premium Forage and Doud Development and Construction as contributors to the horse show scholarship classes. Welcome aboard! Saddles and buckles will be awarded to the Champions along with The Traveling Boots Perpetual Trophy for the Youth Bridle Champion! Horse Show entries are available @www.renosnafflebitfuturity.com and due by August 15, 2019. The Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Fund will continue to award the Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Academic Scholarships each June to NRCHA Youth Members. This year we are pleased to report a large increase in applications! Go NRCHA Youth!!!! The Gilkerson and Hammond families wish to thank Teddy Robinson of the Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity, Scholarship committee members, Linda Mars, Marc Gilkerson, Jack Hammond, Julie Hodge, Mike Doud, Cynthia MacDonald Singer and Debbie Hotaling Richards for all their hard work putting the National Partnership together as well as continuing the legacy of The Sherri Gilkerson Memorial, the academic scholarships and the addition of the new futurity horse show scholarship. See you in Reno and always â€œRIDE LIKE SHERRIâ€?
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5 Biosecurity Tips to keep your Traveling Horse Healthy How Standlee Hay Helps with Safety at Events
Every horse owner understands that there are biosecurity risks associated with taking your horse off farm. Whether it be for competition, trail riding or sale, each time horses move on and off farm, they are exposed to new environments, new people, new horses and potentially new germs. Although risks will never be completely eliminated, the following tips can help reduce the chance of your horse becoming ill.
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That’s a wrap on the 2019 Zoetis AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships. Exhibitors from 30 states and Costa Rica competed for seven VRH world championship titles, 42 VRH class championships, seven NRSHA all-around championships, eight Level 1 youth and eight Level 1 amateur class championships, and 18 Ranching Heritage Challenge championships. Plus AQHA Top Ranching Heritage Bred Horse Awards were presented to the overall highest placing horses in youth and amateur divisions of the Cattle Level 1 and the overall highest placing horse at the Zoetis VRH World. The Zoetis AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships ran June 18-23 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Between the 2019 Zoetis VRH World, Zoetis RHC Finals, Level 1 Cattle and NRSHA National Championships, nearly 400 horses and more than 350 exhibitors competed in a variety of ranch events, including ranch cutting, team roping, working cow horse and ranch conformation. There were more than 2,300 entries in the show and the purse reached nearly $210,000. “Congratulations to all of our competitors, these four ranch horse shows showcase the talent and skill of our ranching competitors,” said AQHA Chief Show Officer Pete Kyle. “We appreciate all of the exhibitors, owners, trainers and breeders for attending the show and want to congratulate them for their wins or for simply hitting personal bests at the 2019 Zoetis VRH World.” AQHA Professional Horsemen volunteered their time to give free Ride the Pattern clinics. These clinics gave exhibitors and spectators the perfect opportunity to learn how AQHA Professional Horsemen would approach a specific Zoetis VRH World pattern. Thanks to the generosity of the Ride the Pattern Clinics attendees, the AQHA Professional Horsemen’s Crisis Fund raised more than $500. You can also visit the Zoetis VRH World, Level 1 Cattle and Zoetis RHC Finals Facebook event pages to check out action from the shows.
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Dear Valued Fan, Today the Breeders’ Cup Board of Directors unanimously affirmed its commitment to conduct the 2019 Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Santa Anita Park on November 1-2. This will mark the 10th time the event will be held at Santa Anita, the most of any host venue over the 36-year history of the Breeders’ Cup. I would like to assure you that foremost among the core values of the Breeders’ Cup are the safety and integrity of the competition and we hold ourselves, our host sites and our competitors to the highest standards of both. It is clear that meaningful and effective reforms and best practices have been implemented at Santa Anita in recent months through the collective efforts of The Stronach Group, the Thoroughbred Owners of California, the California Thoroughbred Trainers, and the California Horse Racing Board. The Breeders’ Cup fully embraces those reforms and will devote our time and energy in the coming months to further advance those efforts. We look forward to showing you, and the rest of the world, the best in Thoroughbred racing at one of its finest venues. As always, we appreciate your support of the Breeders’ Cup. Sincerely, Craig Fravel President & CEO 50
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BLM estimates 88,090 wild horses and burros in 10 Western states – the largest population estimate since the 1971
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet July 9-11 in Boise, Idaho, and October 29-31 in Washington, D.C. The Board will discuss the pressing challenges of wild horse and burro management, including the number of unadopted and unsold animals in BLM facilities
and the effects of overpopulation on public lands. Both meetings will be livestreamed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time July 10-11 and October 30-31 at www.blm.gov/live. The BLM will host a site visit for the Advisory Board to a local wild horse herd management area on July 9.
The National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board is comprised of individuals representing a diverse range of stakeholders and interests. The Board provides advice and recommendations to the BLM as the agency carries out its responsibilities under the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and
Burros Act. The law mandates the protection and management of these free-roaming animals in a manner that ensures healthy herds at levels consistent with the land’s capacity to sustainably support them as part of BLM’s multipleuse mission. As of March 1, 2019, the BLM estimated public rangelands were home to approximately 88,090 wild horses and burros in 10 Western states – the largest population estimate since the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act was passed – and more than three times the number the habitat can sustainably support in conjunction with other authorized land uses. At the same time, the BLM continues to care for approximately 50,000 unadopted and unsold animals in its offrange corrals and pastures, costing taxpayers $50 million annually – nearly two-thirds of the Wild Horse and Burro Program annual budget. The agendas of the upcoming meetings can be found in the June 7, 2019 Federal Register at www. federalregister.gov. More detailed agendas and materials will be posted on the BLM website at BLM.gov/WHB prior to each meeting. The July meeting will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Boise, located at 348 S. 13th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702. The October meeting will be held at the Phoenix Park Hotel located at 520 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 and at 20 F Street Conference Center located at 20 F Street, NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20001. The public may address the Advisory Board on July 11 and October 31. Individuals who wish to comment should register in person with the BLM at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the public comment period on that same day at the meeting site. Depending on the number of speakers, the Board may limit the length of comments, which has been set at three minutes per person during previous meetings.
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PUEBLO, Colo. – Reigning World Champion Kaique Pacheco has tried his best to stay positive during a tumultuous 2019 season that has not gone to plan. Pacheco’s pursuit of winning a second consecutive world title has hit another major snag this week. The 24-year-old underwent reconstructive left elbow (free
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his recovery could take a few months based on the severity of the injury. He is committed to a physical therapy process. “It is very difficult for me this year, but God knows what he has planned for me, and I am going to do my best to be back as soon as I can,” Pacheco said. Pacheco was injured after he dislocated his elbow following a 78.5-point ride on Tucuma in Brazil.
“I stayed on my bull, but at the time that I had to get off I landed on my elbow of my free arm,” Pacheco said with the help of Miriaham Garcia translating. “I dislocated my elbow and resulted in an injury. An MRI showed my ligaments and muscles were torn and that I needed surgery.” Pacheco acknowledged that 2019 has been hard for him. The 2015 PBR Rookie of the Year has been a perennial world title contender every year of his career until this season.
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Dear Members: WDAA has just released the prize list for the 2019 WDAA World Championship Show! We have made some changes to make this the most exciting show ever: We added another day and the show is now five days long, starting with Rail Classes on Wednesday, October 2 and ending with the grand awards ceremony on Sunday, October 6. This is so we can offer all four tests at each level as well as the new Intro. Freestyle competition. Entries open July 1 and you
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Established to honor and preserve the achievements of the people and horses that made outstanding contribution to the growth, development, quality, popularity, and appreciation of dressage in the United States, the Roemer Foundation/USDF Hall of Fame represents the most influential and dedicated within our sport, making Axel Steiner and Jane Savoie perfect candidates for induction. Axel Steiner is a USEF ‘S’ and retired FEI 5* Judge, having served as such for numerous Olympics, World Cup Finals, and Pan American Games. Born and raised in Wiesbaden, Germany, Axel immigrated to the United States in 1961, to join the Air Force. While there he started teaching basic horsemanship and dressage. In addition to becoming the first American judge to gain the FEI 5* classification, Axel is also one of the founders of USDF and has dedicated himself to the sport by having served as a member of USDF’s L Faculty since its inception, a longtime member and three-year chair of the USDF Judges Committee, and a member of the USEF Dressage Committee, including sub-committees dedicated to Test Writing, Rules, Young Horse, and Judge Education. In addition, Axel has also authored numerous articles for publications such as USDF Connection, Dressage Today, and The Chronicle of the Horse, as well as providing the forewords to several books. His wealth of knowledge and expertise, along with his contributions to the sport, only begin to scratch the surface of why Axel is so deserving of this induction. A high performance rider, who has represented and competed for the US as part of the United States Equestrian Team, Jane Savoie is also the author of six books, publisher of four videos and a collaborator on eight additional titles, all of which serve to connect with the adult amateur dressage rider. Through her experience, knowledge, and motivational speaking, Jane has continued to resonate with dressage riders in the USDF. Jane has been a long time member of USDF, as well as numerous USDF Group Member Organizations, and has dedicated herself to educating its members through her time as the lead instructor of the USDF Adult Clinic Series in 2007-2008, as well as serving as instructor for numerous USDF University events and convention education sessions. With Jane’s competitive experience, dedication to education, and her overall support of the sport and organization, she embodies the criteria for this prestigious induction. USDF would like to congratulate both Axel and Jane on their induction, and thank them for all of the contributions that they have made, and continue to make, to dressage in the US.
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Is chemotherapy a viable treatment for lymphoma in horses? Lymphoma can be difficult to recognize initially, and is typically diagnosed after the disease has progressed
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Lymphoma—cancer of the lymphatic system—is a rare medical condition of horses. However, it also is the most common malignant neoplastic condition of the horse system. Horses of any age can be affected, although it more commonly appears earlier in life (from four to 10 years of age).
Lymphoma has several manifestations: multicentric, in the gastrointestinal tract, in the skin, and even in discrete settings. Lymphoma can be difficult to recognize initially, and is typically diagnosed after the disease has progressed, with clinical signs relative to the affected organ or tissue. Routine hematological analysis is often not helpful, as complete blood counts and serum
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SAGE KIMZEY WINS RENO XTREME BULLS FOR FIRST TIME
BY TRACY RENCK PRCA Media Coordinator
RENO, Nev. – After winning five consecutive PRCA bull riding world championships, Sage Kimzey isn’t taking his foot off the gas pedal. On June 20, Kimzey looked as good as ever. The Strong City, Okla., cowboy captured the Division 1 Xtreme Bulls crown in Reno, Nev., with a two-head average title of 177.5 points. “This is the first time I’ve ever won the Xtreme Bulls title in Reno, so now I can check this off my bucket list,” said Kimzey, 24. Kimzey arrived in Reno second in the Xtreme Bulls season standings – $723 behind Trey Benton III. He will take over the Xtreme Bulls standings lead after earning $12,281. Kimzey has won a PRCA-record three X Bulls championships – 2015, 201718. Since the Xtreme Bulls Tour started in 2003, Kanin Asay (2007
and 2012) was the only other rider to win more than one Xtreme Bulls year-end title. This was Kimzey’s eighth career Division 1 Xtreme Bulls title, tying him with Matt Austin for the all-time lead. The Reno victory also added to Kimzey’s lead in the PRCA | RAM World Standings. He entered the Reno event with $102,057.
“When you do well in the X Bulls, it goes hand in hand to you doing well in the world standings,” Kimzey said. Kimzey set the tone for himself in the first round Thursday with an 87.5-point ride on Diamond G Rodeo’s Make-N-Magic. That score tied for second in the round with Dallee Mason. J.W. Harris won round one with a 90-point ride on Big Stone Rodeo’s Flying Lowe. “I had never seen that bull before, but he was a good bull and I got a score that put me in a solid position for the short round,” Kimzey said. As the second to last rider to go in the finals, Kimzey took the lead with a 90-point trip on All in Pro Rodeos’ High Razor. “That bull and I had some history together,” Kimzey said. “I rode him in San Antonio a few years ago and had an 87-point ride. I have always liked that bull, and he was great for me again.”
Harris was the last cowboy out in the short round but couldn’t overtake Kimzey as he was bucked off Big Stone Rodeo’s Spotted Demon, the PRCA 2018 Bull of the Year. Rookie Stetson Wright finished second to Kimzey with 177 points on two head. Wright’s 93.5-point ride in the short round aboard All In Pro Rodeos' Smoke Show was noteworthy. There have been only 10 cowboys who have had higherscored rides than Wright’s ride in Reno in the history of the Xtreme Bulls Tour, which began in 2003. J.W. Harris has the highest-scored ride in X Bulls history, a 96-point trip on Flying U Rodeo’s Werewolf in Reno in 2006. There are nine other cowboys who are tied for second on the X Bulls list with 95-point rides.
Other winners on the Xtreme Bulls Division 1 circuit this season are Mason (Fort Worth, Texas, 2223), Benton (San Antonio, Feb. 23), Tristan Mize (Fort Mohave, Ariz., March 1-2) and Trevor Reiste (Del Rio, Texas, April 26-27).
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Liver Transplant Puts Pam Stubbs Back in the Saddle
Pam Stubbs had felt so bad for so long that she'd forgotten what it was like to feel good. Initially chalking up bothersome symptoms to an ongoing push to expand her real estate career in Scottsdale, Arizona, Pam's health issues came to head in late 2015.
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"The support wrong with her heart. She decided group made me feel so safe and to see a cardiologist. "He did a scan so confident about what was to of my heart, an ultrasound, and he come." said, 'Your heart is fine,'" Pam says. Pam also credits Dr. Moss There was another problem, and the rest of her care team however. "The ultrasound caught the at Mayo Clinic for helping her top of my liver, and the cardiologist feel good about the transplant. said, 'While your heart is fine, I "Everyone was so positive do see a spot on your liver,'" she from start to finish," she says. "I says. "He didn't know what it was wasn't worried about a thing. I exactly, so he told me to see a knew I was going to be fine and gastroenterologist." That's what Pam Pam Stubbs hadn't felt well in years. But now, thanks to a that I was in the best hands possible did, and what that gastroenterologist told successful liver transplant at Mayo Clinic, Pam feels better because my care team never gave her is something she never saw coming. than ever, and she's channeling newfound energy into her me a reason to feel otherwise." "They did another CT scan, MRI, and Because of that, when Mayo blood work, and they discovered my liver passion for horseback riding. Clinic called Pam on July 1, 2016, was cirrhotic," Pam says. "And I said: 'I to tell her a liver was available for her transplant, Pam says she knew the don't even drink. I've never had hepatitis, so how can that be?'" procedure would go smoothly. Pam's gastroenterology team went on to tell her it's likely she'd been "I was so confident, in fact, that when the hospital chaplain came in to born with an inherited disease called alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency, and my room before the transplant and asked if I wanted to talk or pray about it had been slowly destroying her liver. When she heard that, Pam began anything, I said, 'No, I'm good,'" she says. "Thanks to the confidence and thinking back to several family members she'd lost to liver failure. Not comfort my care team had instilled in me, I was ready." wanting to suffer the same fate, she turned her attention toward treatment. At first, Pam thought perhaps medication would be enough. That's when her gastroenterologist delivered more unexpected news: Pam needed a Feeling great, riding high liver transplant. Pam's confidence was well-founded. Dr. Moss successfully She was dumbfounded: "I thought: 'That's impossible. How am I going transplanted her new liver, and her recovery went smoothly. After that, to do that?'" Pam set her sights on another goal: returning to her lifelong love of Finding answers, building confidence competitive horseback riding. Before Pam's health troubles began, one of her passions in life was "I couldn't wait to get back home and start looking for a new horse," she riding horses. After her diagnosis, it was during a ride with a friend that says. "I had my transplant on July 1, and I was back riding that September. Pam began to see a way forward to the transplant she needed. Her friend I found my new horse in October." knew Bashar Aqel, M.D., a Mayo Clinic transplant hepatologist. The Since then, Pam and her growing stable of horses have done quite friend connected the two. well together. She won two world championships at the 2017 American "Dr. Aqel was nice enough to talk with me, and he said, 'Here's who Quarter Horse Association World Show and another three world you need to talk to, and here's what you need to do,'" Pam says. championships, along with a reserve world championship, at the 2018 Following Dr. Aqel's advice, Pam called the Transplant Center at Mayo World Show. Clinic's Arizona campus. What happened next, Pam says, was nothing "I feel like an entirely new person right now. It's unbelievable." "All short of fantastic. of that's because I feel fantastic right now. I feel like a new person," Pam "They scheduled an appointment for me, and I went over there and says. "I think I was so sick for such a long time that I'd forgotten what it said: 'I don't care if I'm here all day long. I want whatever tests I need felt like to be healthy. But all of that changed within just a few days of my done. I want to get on the transplant list as soon as possible,'" Pam says. transplant. I feel like an entirely new person right now. It's unbelievable." "They got all of the testing I needed in order to qualify for a transplant Pam readily acknowledges that her newfound health is not only thanks done within three weeks. I was officially on the transplant list by April 15. to Drs. Aqel and Moss and the rest of her care team at Mayo Clinic, but Everything happened really quickly." also to all those who make the choice to become organ donors. "Thank "Everyone was so positive from start to finish. I wasn't worried about a God for them because they help save so many lives," she says. "It's an thing." incredible gift they're giving to others like me." With her name added to the national transplant waiting list, Pam's 88
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By Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D.
CBD. Whether you’re already using it, you’re thinking about it, or just plain never heard of it, it’s worth getting more familiar with because it is truly remarkable. No, it is not the latest “snake oil” touting cures from hair loss to ingrown toenails. Instead, it is chemical messenger in the “endocannabinoid system,” a natural and crucial part of the body. Research on this system is extensive, with years of examination and hundreds of studies. My goal in writing this article is to offer you an overview of how CBD can impact your health as well as the health of your horses, dogs, and cats. From a personal perspective, I have experienced significant pain relief from sciatica. Many of my clients have decided to use it for themselves, offering them better sleep, lessened anxiety and depression, improved digestive health, allergy relief, and reduced pain. Chester is my 22-year-old horse. He suffers from arthritis in his hocks and knees and is now moving with much greater ease. Clients who have decided to try CBD for their horses have offered very positive feedback. Inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis and ulcerations are showing improvement, as well as pain relief from laminitis. Horses with anxiety or “sensitive” behavior, have a more relaxed demeanor. And, metabolic conditions may be potentially alleviated, which is quite exciting. While it’s too soon to tell if leptin and insulin levels are declining from CBD treatment, there have been studies showing how CBD reduces insulin resistance and obesity, as well as appetite, in people with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. What is CBD and is it marijuana? CBD is short for “cannabidiol,” one of more than 80 different cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. CBD and THC are the two most studied, and this is where many misunderstandings stem from. Cannabis sativa L. (genus, species, and subspecies) is the “umbrella term” for the plants known as hemp and marijuana. Marijuana is particularly high in THC, the cannabinoid that creates a psychoactive “high.” CBD, on the other hand, does not create this effect. Hemp-derived CBD is not marijuana. Though both hemp and marijuana belong to the Cannabis genus, their genetic composition distinguishes them to produce vastly different amounts of THC. Hemp-derived CBD is high in CBD and very low in THC (less than 0.3%). Though hemp-derived CBD is legal in all 50 states, thanks to the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, federal law does not preempt state law, and there are still some restrictions within various states. Just as many cities throughout the country prohibit alcohol sales, there are local and state laws that restrict industrial hemp products. But bottom line, it is legal to purchase and consume hemp-derived CBD products. The FDA does not regulate it so it behooves you to choose a reputable company that is willing to disclose the source, extraction method, and analysis of their products. What is the endocannabinoid system? The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a major signaling system that exists in you and your animals. It continually monitors any instability within the body and returns it to a state of balance or homeostasis so that the internal environment remains stable. CBD and other cannabinoids are compounds that activate this system. Cannabinoids, both naturally produced by the body (endogenous), and those supplemented from cannabis (exogenous), act as “keys” to these receptors, turning on a variety of functions. Within the ECS there are two main cell receptors -- CB1 and CB2: · CB1 receptors exist mainly in the brain and central nervous system. They impact areas such as appetite regulation, memory, emotions, and feelings of pain. · CB2 receptors are concentrated in the gastrointestinal tract and peripheral nervous system (nerve cells outside the brain and spinal cord) 92
and modulate immune cell functions. When activated, they help reduce inflammation. Endogenous cannabinoids are produced when the body signals that they are required, but are quickly degraded. Offering CBD (exogenous cannabinoid) allows the ECS to work harder and be more productive to help us and our animals deal with health issues such as: · Anxiety and depression · Insomnia · Pain and inflammation · Obesity/increased appetite/leptin resistance  · Metabolic syndrome/insulin resistance · Immune deficiencies and autoimmune diseases · Digestive disturbances/ulcers/colitis Side effects CBD has a favorable safety profile. If overdosed, it can have some mild effects. These can include drowsiness, decreased blood pressure, dizziness, fatigue, and diarrhea. If you or your animals experience any of these, you can cut back on the dosage. Long-term use appears to be safe, though further research is needed. Noteworthy: Until we know more, CBD should not be taken by pregnant women, though many women proport relief from nausea during pregnancy. Consult your veterinarian before giving it to a pregnant animal. It should not be given to children without professional permission. Since it can interact with some drugs, including anti-epileptic and blood thinner medications, it is best to consult with your doctor or pharmacist when you have any doubts. Let’s talk horses As of this date, there are few, if any, research studies that use horses as subjects. But I expect this will quickly change as more and more companies are selling CBD for equine consumption. In the meantime, anecdotal responses are highly favorable. From first-hand accounts of horse owners, hemp-derived CBD appears to stimulate the horse’s ECS in the same way it does yours. It is well tolerated, without any euphoric or adverse effects. Specific health conditions that CBD may improve, based on currently available studies with humans and laboratory animals include: · Painfrom arthritis or laminitis · Anxiety during stall confinement · Stress during traveling and shows · Ulcers and leaky gut · Healing from surgery or injury · Immune system depression from oxidative stress experienced with Cushing’s disease · Appetite regulation · Obesity · Inflammation, with the potential to reduce leptin levels · Insulin resistance 23 Horse competition rules and testing The FEI (International Federation for Equestrian Sports - French: Fédération Équestre Internationale) and the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) have strict rules regarding medicating your horse prior to an event. Recently, the USEF announced that as of September 1, 2019, positive test results for cannabinoids will incur violations. Since it is THC that is detectable by a blood or urine test, it is highly unlikely for a positive test result to occur since hemp-derived CBD contains only minute amounts of THC. Nonetheless, it is possible, so it is best to discontinue its use 7 to 10 days prior to an event. Even if you choose a CBD isolate or broad-spectrum product (which does not contain any THC), it is best to err on the side of caution by stopping before an event. Choose a safe, quality product
First, know where the hemp was grown. Choose products grown in the US or Canada. If it was grown overseas with potentially relaxed growing standards, it could be contaminated with chemicals, bacteria, and heavy metals that put your health at risk. To ensure a clean, safe product, it is best to buy CBD that has been tested and offers a Certificate of Analysis (COA) posted on the company’s website This document shows how the company meets and adheres to product specifications and standards of production. Some other things to pay attention to with CBD products: · Check the label for accurate CBD content per dose. · Choose a product from an organic source. · Look for percentage of THC on a provided COA. CBD isolate, full-spectrum, or broad-spectrum CBD isolate means that the product contains only CBD with no other naturally occurring cannabinoids, including THC. That also means that other substances that are found in the plant, such as terpenes and flavonoids, have been fully extracted. If you are undergoing a drug test for a job, it is best to use the isolate, or stop your usage of the full-spectrum product a week or two before the test. Full-spectrum is a whole plant CBD, meaning that it contains CBD and other cannabinoids (less than 0.3% THC), as well as terpenes, flavonoids, and active essential oils. Broad-spectrum products also contain the whole plant compounds like full-spectrum, but the THC has been removed. The entourage effect. It used to be thought that CBD isolate was the best approach. But it is now better understood that the cannabinoids and plant compounds found in full-spectrum and broad-spectum CBD create a synergism where they work together to complement each other, offering a greater impact on health conditions. It’s important to note that dogs and cats can benefit from hempderived full-spectrum CBD, even though they cannot tolerate THC from marijuana. The tiny amount of THC found in this product is safe may further increase the entourage effect. Why is it so expensive? It takes a lot of hemp plants to create a CBD oil (tincture). Products called “hemp oil” are not necessarily concentrated with CBD. Hempseed oil is a nutritious oil, high in essential fatty acids, but it is not a good source of CBD. Before you buy, read the label carefully to determine just how much CBD exists in the product. What extraction method is best? When researching a CBD product for you and your animals, it is best to know the extraction method used to remove CBD from the plant. Going through each method is beyond the scope of this article, but the approach that is most complete and the cleanest is a CO2 extraction. It uses carbon dioxide (CO2) to extract CBD from the plant to create products that are pure and very powerful. How much CBD is in one dose? The label should provide you with the amount of CBD per dose. But it can be confusing. When using a CBD tincture, you should see the number of mgs of CBD in the full bottle. Some products can be very diluted, so be sure the manufacturer’s label is detailed and specific. Many tinctures will offer directions by the “dropper-full.” But getting a full dropper is not always possible or can be inaccurate. The best approach is to first determine the amount of CBD in each drop. By knowing how many mgs are in each drop, you can accurately dispense the desired dosage. To do this, you need to know these three things: · There are 30 ml of oil in a typical CBD tincture bottle, · A full dropper-full is 1 ml, and · There are 20 drops in a ml Two examples: 1. CBD tincture that offer 2500 mg of CBD in the entire 30 ml bottle:
o Divide 2500 by 30 to get the number of mg per dropper-full (1 ml). This calculates to be 83.3 mg of CBD in 1 ml o Divide 83.3 by 20 to give you the level of CBD per drop. This calculates to be approximately 4 mg per drop. 2. CBD tincture for pets that offers 250 mg of CBD in the entire 30 ml bottle: o 250 divided by 30 = 8.3 mg of CBD in one dropper-full (1 ml) o 8.3 divided by 20 = .42 mg (slightly less than ½ mg) of CBD per drop Other forms of CBD such as pellets, gummies, capsules, and topicals should offer specific amounts of CBD per dose. What is the best dosage? Dosages are weight dependent and based on the severity of the situation. It is best to start slowly, and then increase the dose as needed. A little trial and error is necessary to find the right dose that is best for you or your animals. Keep in mind that it takes approximately 2 weeks for the body to experience relief and will continue to improve over time. Dosage recommendations are not standardized. However, through research studies and applications, here are generalized daily guidelines. I have found that dividing the dose into two servings is better than administering once daily. Pets: Under 25 lbs: 10 mg 25 to 75 lbs: 10 to 20 mg 75 or more lbs: 20-40 mg People: Less than 100 lbs: 20 to 40 mg 100 to 174 lbs: 30 to 60 mg Over 175 lbs: 60 to 90 mg Horses: Minis: 25 to 50 mg Full sized (1100 lbs): 75 to 170 mg Large breeds: 120 to 200 mg How to administer CBD There are several ways to provide CBD: · Sublingual: Placing the drops under the tongue and holding them there for 30 seconds provides good bioavailability and kicks in quickly. This is difficult to do for animals and is not recommended since most droppers are made of glass and can cause injury if bitten. · Oral: Adding CBD to food, swallowing a CBD capsule, or chewing a CBD gummy, will take the longest time for the effects to become apparent, but this method is longer lasting than under the tongue. Pellets (typically available for animals) that are extruded are better absorbed than pellets that use binders, providing improved bioavailability and hence, lower effective dosing. · Pulmonary: CBD vapes are available. While this has the highest bioavailability, it has the shortest duration of action. I typically do no recommend this for people with any respiratory conditions, since it could be potentially harmful. · Topical: Worthwhile for you and your animals. CBD is absorbed well into the skin and is beneficial for targeted areas. Bottom line Even though experts have been studying for decades the benefits of CBD, there is still research that needs to be done, especially for horses. Nevertheless, the outcome thus far is encouraging, revealing longreaching benefits on the natural endocannabinoid system, providing relief from mental and physical ailments that affect us, our families, and our animals. Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D. is an independent equine nutritionist with a wide U.S. and international following. Her research-based approach optimizes equine health by aligning physiology and instincts with correct feeding and nutrition practices. Dr. Getty’s goal is to empower the horseperson with the confidence and knowledge to provide the best nutrition for his or her horse’s needs.
This year, the American Quarter Horse Foundation will award 170 students a total of $569,000 for the 2019-2020 academic year. Since its inception in 1976, the Foundation scholarship program has awarded more than $8 million in financial assistance to more than 1,400 young horse enthusiasts and industry members.
Foundation Awards 170 Scholarships for 2019-2020
The Foundation selects recipients based on financial need, academic merit, equine involvement and civic activities. These individuals are today’s students and tomorrow’s equine industry leaders. With an education, great mentoring and a love of the American Quarter Horse, these young adults will become the industry’s next generation of owners, breeders, trainers, journalists and veterinarians. “The American Quarter Horse Foundation and its community of donors is proud to create impact for our industry by supporting the educational goals of tomorrow’s equine industry leaders,” said Anna Morrison, chief Foundation officer. “Our American Quarter Horse family supports our youth in chasing down their educational dreams by supporting the Foundation’s scholarship tenet.” The Foundation and its donors are honored to create a legacy of support for youth pursuing higher education in order to make it more affordable. These scholarship recipients are individuals who carry a passion and dedication to the American Quarter Horse as they begin their careers.
AQHA Select World Qualifiers June 28, 2019 | News and Publications , Showing , Showing | Shows , World shows , Championship shows , Showing , Showing , Events and shows New this year, entry forms and qualifier information will be emailed to all current owners of qualified American Quarter Horses for the 2019 AQHA Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan). The email will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org to the current owner of the qualified horse in early July. Do you need to update or verify your email? To update or confirm the owner’s email address with AQHA, send an email to AQHA Show Events Coordinator Heidi Lane at email@example.com with the following information: 94
USDA Proposes Bold Moves to Improve Forest, Grassland Management
WASHINGTON, DC JUNE 12, 2019 -
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Forest Service (USFS) released proposed changes to modernize how the agency complies with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The proposed updates would not only give the Forest Service the tools and flexibility to manage the land and tackle critical challenges like wildfire, insects, and disease but also improve service to the American people. Revising the rules will improve forest conditions and make it simpler for people to use and enjoy their national forests and grasslands at lower cost to the taxpayer. The revised rules will also make it easier to maintain and repair the infrastructure people need to use and enjoy their public lands—the roads, trails, campgrounds, and other facilities. While these proposed changes will save time and resources, they are ultimately intended to better protect people, communities and forests from catastrophic wildfire and ensure a high level of engagement with people and communities when doing related work and associated environmental analyses. “We are committed to doing the work to protect people and infrastructure from catastrophic wildfire. With millions of acres in need of treatment, years of costly analysis and delays are not an acceptable solution – especially when data and experience show us we can get this work done with strong environmental protection standards as well as protect communities, livelihoods and resources,” said Secretary Perdue. In 2008, the Forest Service codified its procedures for complying with NEPA in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) at 36 CFR 220. However, these regulations, in large part, still reflect the policies and practices established by the agency’s 1992 NEPA Manual and Handbook.
The updates would create a new suite of “categorical exclusions,” a classification under the NEPA excluding certain routine activities from more extensive, time-consuming analysis under an environmental assessment or environmental impact statement. The proposed
categorical exclusions would be for restoration projects, roads and trails management, and recreation and facility management, as well as special use authorizations that issue permits for outfitters and guides, community organizations, civic groups and others who seek to recreate on our national
forests and grasslands. The new categorical exclusions are based on intensive analysis of hundreds of environmental assessments and related data and when fully implemented will reduce process delays for routine activities by months or years.
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602-980-0039 HORSE PROPERTY SPECIALIST! RARE FIND. . . TWO irrigated acres with 3000SF
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home, huge shop, pasture and pens. Location, location for EZ commute. West is the 101, or south to the I-10.
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Roping arena conveys. Keep it for a private getaway, divvy it up for a family estate. City water and APS electric are connected. Great divided Hwy 85 to Gila Bend not too Home has gorgeous remodeled kitchen and baths. Formal dining and far south Buckeye. Away fromﬂthe hustlered andbrick bustle. living room plus of large fam rm (wood ooring, ﬁreplace.) En-
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AQHA 2019 Ford Youth World Schedule
The tentative schedule for the 2019 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show is now available online at www.aqha.com/ youthworld. This year’s schedule offers a more exhibitor friendly format with all-around classes grouped together towards the beginning of the show and cattle classes grouped together at the end. The Ford Youth World is August 1-10 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City and features the world’s top youth riders and their American Quarter Horses vying for 42 coveted world championships and 32 Adequan® Level 2 championship titles. Level 3 13-&-Under classes will return to this year’s show as well, offering our youngest competitors the chance to earn top honors in seven core classes. View the Ford Youth World qualifying points. The qualifying period began May 1, 2018, and ends April 30, 2019.
Apply for Trail Conservation Funding
Grant applications for Stewards for Trails, Education and Partnerships are due August 1. STEP, a program under the American Quarter Horse Association, is designed to encourage good stewardship and conservation of recreational riding trails. The program’s mission is to promote equestrian involvement in the restoration, repair and establishment of trails. STEP hopes to unify horseback riders and other trail users to build and strengthen relationships between local equestrian communities, the forest service and other land managers for the long-term stewardship of trails. Groups or individuals can organize and complete trail conservation projects on any public and/or private land. Simply coordinate with your trail’s land manager, submit your project to AQHA and then head to the trails.
The Ford Youth World has a variety of events and activities for competitors, friends, family and spectators to take part in throughout the show. The AQHYA Judging Contest, college fair, speech contests, Parade of Teams and Nutrena Ride the Pattern clinics are just a few of the events the Ford Youth World has to offer.
TURNKEY HORSE RANCH ON 43 ACRES Four Seasons, Summer Highs in Low 90’s
Horse Heaven in Southwest New Mexico 182 Hwy 35 Mimbres, New Mexico 88049
Perfect home and horse facility with year round riding weather in the middle of the Gila National Forest on 43 acres (2 legal parcels) of usable land are set up for you to live your dream with horses. Comfortable, low maintenance, energy efficient home,
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4 stall Barnmaster barn with hay and equipment storage, tack room and workroom. The stalls have outdoor runs that are partially covered. The 75’x125’ covered, partially enclosed riding arena with sand/rubber footing, will protect you from any inclement weather while you school your horses. An additional 25’ of undercover storage protects your horse trailer and farm equipment, or can be a great place for extra horse pens. The 60’ round pen completes the training facility on the property. 30+ acres of pasture of native gramma grass has been crossed fenced into ten separate pastures and turnouts. Pasture shelters in three turnouts allow for 24/7 turnout as desired. The 2073 sq ft home is set up for easy living and relaxed entertaining with an open kitchen, dining, living room floor plan. Efficiently sized rooms, low maintenance, attractive surfaces, and sufficient storage, make for a great home that doesn’t take much tending. Office/den could easily be a third bedroom. Recently upgraded to a solar grid tied system, it takes full advantage of the abundance of sunshine. The wrap around porch, flagstone patio and ramada, extend the living space of the home to the outside. Finish your long days of riding in the hot tub, or in the sauna. The property is bordered by the Gila National Forest on two sides, affording the ultimate in privacy.
The sale of the property comes with all the farm equipment needed for maintaining the property, so move in tomorrow and, the next day, warm up a bit in the arena and then ride your horses out the back gate onto perfect trails in the 3.3 million acres Gila National Forest. This is about as good as it gets.
Sue Chiverton 575-536-3109
$1,300,000 43 Acres
Home with existing horse facilities Center Aisle Barn: 4 Stalls with Paddocks:
Grass Pastures - Riding Arena
additional portable panels for additional free standing paddocks
Covered Riding Arena Current Use: Jumping, Regulation Small Dressage, Trail, General/All Purpose Round Pen, Wash Rack Tack Room & Hay Storage
Bordered on two sides by Gila National Forest. 2 legal parcels. Greenhouse, hot tub, sauna, garage, full RV hookup, wrap around porch, patio with ramada. Possible bed & breakfast, or an outfitter's base of operation. Utility Type: Electric, Private Well, Propane, Grid tied solar system, generator. Bedrooms: 3, Bathrooms: 2 House Age: 14 House Area: 2,073 Sq. Ft. Architectural style is Australian farmhouse, one story, easy access, easy maintenance.
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SCOTTSDALE ESTATE - - PRICED WELL BELOW REPLACEMENT COST! $1,398,000
7608 E HUNTER CT Scottsdale, AZ 85266 Active / 5893733
One of Scottsdale’s Finest Equestrian Estates on 4.612 Acres, in a secluded and peaceful location with a winding private drive. The Territorial Style Custom Built Home features an Open Kitchen/Familyroom Floor Plan w/glass doors to Resort Style Covered Patio, built in BBQ & Pool w/Big Water Feature & Slide. The Formal Dining Room overlooks the Lush Sonoran Desert. There is a room specifically designed for Entertaining w/Wet Bar. There are High Ceilings and Fantastic Vega & Latilla’s throughout. Master Bedroom w/see through Fireplace to Soaking Tub. Four Bedrooms plus an Office. Oversized Three Car Garage, Four Stall Breezeway Barn w/Two Feed & Tack Rooms plus a Front Porch for hangin out. One of Scottsdale’s Finest Equestrian Estates!
2420 E DESERT HILLS DR E Cave Creek, AZ 85331 Active / 5869944
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Trinity Stables - An Absolute Gem on 9.4 Acres w/Amenities & Opportunities rarely offered. Adjacent to State Land & with access to Cave Creek Park for trail rides. A Fantastic updated & upgraded Main Residence w/360 degree views, impeccably maintained, travertine tile & granite, newer high end stainless steel appliances. Separate carport, garage & shop. Resort style pool & new hot tub. A separate self contained Guest Home 2,565 square foot, open floor plan w/3 bd, 2 baths. A Ranch Hacienda for fun times w/covered patios. 135’X240’ Open Air Arena w/shaded viewing area, 60’ Round Pen w/stadium viewing area, plus an additional 40’ roping pen, Breezeway Barn (quality constructed - 3’’ pipe rail) w/Tack & Wash Stalls. 30+ pen/stalls, a few turnouts w/shaders, lots of trailer & visitor parking
This Listing is comprised of 189.774 Acres. 9.679 Acres are Community Commercial, 180.09 Acres are R43. There is a Spectacular 8,289 square foot Santa Barbara Style Main Residence w/a Custom Designed and Built Art Gallery w/Fireplace. Professionally Designed & Landscaped Patio w/Fireplace, Spa, Waterfall & Negative edged Pool - with unobstructed Views of the High Sonoran Desert, this setting is fit for the Finest of Functions. The Large Garage includes space for an RV. The 3,612 square foot Ranch House includes 4 bed/4baths w/Center Courtyard & Pool. Equestrian Facilities include 4 Stalls, tack & hay storage and an Open Air Arena. This offering includes Commercial, Equestrian & Residential opportunities for a Family / Corporate Retreat, Developers, Builders & Land Speculators.
$4,200,000 6206 E ROCKAWAY HILLS DR Cave Creek, AZ 85331 Active / 5349714
INVESTMENT & EQUESTRIAN LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY CLOSE IN! $3,500,000
28331 W Rocking Horse LN Morristown, AZ 85342 Active / 5935616
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This is your PREMIER DESTINATION RANCH! The largest commercial boarding and training facility in the area, offering a host of amenities. Nearly 40 acres, the facility includes large, improved riding arenas, both open air and covered, numerous turn-outs, breezeway barn with back-to-back stalls, shedrow barn, 2 large mare motels, 6-horse walker, multiple wash racks, lockable group tack sheds, trainerâ€™s quarters, trailer parking available, & much, much more. Main home is a spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bath in 3,846 sf & guest home adds another 1,125 sf of living space. Both have wrap-around covered decks for enjoying endless VIEWS & the GORGEOUS Southwest sunsets. Access to some of the BEST trail riding in Arizona. Owners have trainers & ranch management in place. Also includes parcel #211-79-001-D
Rancho Casitas has a steeped history as a livestock, dude & guest ranch, offering vintage lodging, horse facilities & 120 Acres of high desert, exceptional location, character, mature landscaping & improvements. Family Operated for over 50 years and today centers on annual and seasonal guest operations. Amenities consist of the main residence, plus two other homes, six casitas (w/1960â€™s decor), pool & hot tub. Whether expanded in its present use, developed for equestrian estates, luxury homes or created into any number of wellness/therapeutic/rehabilitation retreats, the property has an unmatched setting and location for a successful development or corp/ family retreat.
WICKENBURG DUDE RANCH
56550 N Rancho Casitas RD Wickenburg, AZ 85390 Active / 5927514
Liz Kiener Designated Broker, Owner 530 E Hunt Highway, Suite 103-310 San Tan Valley 85143
28183 N Cibola Circle ~ Offered at $989,000 Country Living, City Close…. Nestled amongst the San Tans with unobstructed views of the valley this 4.5-acre equestrian
estate is sure to please all. No expense was spared while building this custom 5,178 sq ft home. Features include a split ﬂoor plan with 3 large bedrooms, a gym and an ofﬁce on one side and the sensational master suite on the opposite with the gourmet kitchen, family room & dining room centrally located. The entire 2nd ﬂoor is an impressive bonus room/home theater with wrap around view decks offering panoramic mountain & city views. Every window in the home is situated to take advantage of the breathtaking scenery. The outdoor living area is a true master piece, from the outdoor kitchen to the magniﬁcent pool & spa along with the tranquil setting will make entertaining a breeze. The equestrian facilities include 4 stalls all that open to a spacious turnout with lots of shade areas & automatic waters. The tack & hay barn opens to a beautiful riding area with plenty of room to store your trailer. If that isn’t enough the RV Barn/Work Shop is every car enthusiast and handyman’s dream. The property is on a private well and the 27,000 KWH OWNED solar system provides power for the entire property that can be expanded if ever needed. SRP was under $800 for the entire year. Surrounded by hundreds of miles of hiking and riding and yet just a few minutes’ drive to everything the town of Queen Creek has to offer makes this property truly One of a Kind…
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COMING SOON – Queen Creek Ranchettes
Beautiful custom built on one of the largest lots in QC Ranchettes. 4 Bedrooms + an Ofﬁce,3,064 sq ft, 3 car attached garage with a large separate work shop/garage. The open ﬂoor plan is perfect for entertaining family and friends. The yard is ready to build your barn and opens to the trails. This prime property is located just minutes from The Town of Queen Creek, Horse Shoe Park & Equestrian Center, San Tan Regional Park which provides miles of riding and hiking and the new QC District with tons of shopping and restaurants. You truly will not be disappointed!!This home will be ready for showings mid-March. Offered at $795,000
COMING SOON – San Tan Valley
READY FOR MOVE IN APRIL 1ST
Offered at $325,000
VIEWS OF THE SUPERSTITION MOUNTAINS
Like new custom built. This single-story charmer has fantastic views of the Superstition Mountains located in a quiet, private community. The entire 1.25-acre property has been enclosed with no-climb fencing and is ready for you to build your barn. Water is provided by a shared well. This 4-bedroom 2.5 bath 2234 sq ft home will be ready for move in April 1st. Call for more info. Offered at $325,000 106
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108 page monthly issue of Bridle & Bit has news from AQHA, NRHA, NCHA, NRCHA, USEF, AHA, Pro Rodeo, NFR, PRCA, PBR, and much more. Plus feat...
Published on Jul 2, 2019
108 page monthly issue of Bridle & Bit has news from AQHA, NRHA, NCHA, NRCHA, USEF, AHA, Pro Rodeo, NFR, PRCA, PBR, and much more. Plus feat...