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What's Inside FEATURED ARTICLES â—? Cowboy Wisdom, By Dennis Cappel Page 5-6 â—? Arise Equine Therapy Page 8-10 â—? Tackling Stone Bruises/Hoof Infection By Tranquil Companion Page 12-13

CONTENT â—? About our Cover Winner! Page 7 â—? A note from the editor Page 11 â—? Missouri & Illinois 2017 Event Listings Page 14-20 â—? Kids Corner Page 21

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By Dennis Cappel To Think or person has a horse that is quiet and responsive Not to Think, that they have been riding for a while then the Every horse

trainer that I have ever met is always on the watch to see what they can learn to improve their horsemanship skills. So what separates the really good hands from the almost but not quite there ones? The answer to that question is the Billion dollar prize! In my travels I have discovered that for the most part people are the same when you really get to know them. We like it when people like us, we love a good adventure, and we want enough money to enjoy life and to be comfortable. Trouble comes to everyone at times as do times of great joy. By now you might be saying so tell me something I donʹt know already, I donʹt have time to take some kind of a Pollyanna feel good trip on things I already know. Right? Why do we think like that? Could it be because we are so much alike? If we are so much alike then why are there so much differences when it comes to how we operate our horses? Have you noticed that usually the horse that a person rides will be similar in how that owner rides and act? If a

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next horse they ride will usually be that way as well. Note I said usually. Words like sometime, often times and usually are good words to use when talking about horse human interaction! So then there must be some sort of a predictable perhaps even measurable difference in people that produce predictable and measurable differences in their horses. I really believe I have found the answer to this question. I will be glad to provide my pay pal account so you can pay your billion for this answer. I would even be glad to take payments. If you havenʹt already figured my sense of humor is a bit warped at times. You should note that you will have to be able to at least laugh at your self from time to time as you work on the answer to this billion dollar question or you might just as well check yourself into the mental ward right now because you will meet with a lot of obstacles on this journey that will stop you in your tracks unless you are prepared ahead of time. The answer to the billion dollar question is this: it really is in the think ing that a person has; Thoughts hold in them the power to overcome adversity as well as the ability to allow unwanted things to come to pass. Thoughts of fear and doubt produce results of shortfall and discouragement, thoughts of victory can produce results of victory. The only difference in people is how they think !

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o then if how we think is the key difference I believe we can greatly help ourselves by spending some time learning about the thought process that people have who already are where we want to be. It doesnʹt make any sense to me to get advice from somebodyʹs neighbor or a family member or friend that doesnʹt already have the thing that I want. I hear it all of the time through people that really donʹt know offer the most advice about what they know the least about. That is perfectly normal though I think it is called human nature. The thing that is insane is that people who donʹt know take this advice and pass it on to others who donʹt know and that’s how bad thinking grows wild. The field of thought that says I have to look like I know something is a fertile field and the wild seeds of bad thoughts grow rapidly there. This is a small look at how it works in the negative, we will discuss over the next several months on how to harness the power of right thoughts so that we can use it as the best tool that you have to improve your horsemanship journey!

Ride Your Picture, Dennis Cappel

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About our cover!

Lainey Knight of Alton, Illinois Photo submi1ed by Marci Bizaillion Knight Lainey is 10 years old, and her horse Sevens Ramblin Man, AKA Bo, is a 17 year old paint gelding. This photo was taken last summer at the State Jr Horse Show in SpringďŹ eld. We have only had Bo since Marh of 2016 and he and Lainey placed in every class at state, and even brought home 1st in Western Pleasure. Lainey has been riding since she was 7, and is under the direction of Marcia Haun of Bethalto, Illinois.

About the Contest! In January we ran a cover contest through our Facebook page. We were on the search for your best horse show photos! What an overwhelming response we had!!! There were over 16,000 hits on the contest, and 75 wonderful photos were entered! The top entries were neck and neck on the close of the contest. So close that it was hard to call! (votes were still coming in through out the night of close!) We decided to award the top three photos with three separate magazine covers! Please look for our next two winners on the April (Trisha Rackers photo entry) and May (Kim Hansons photo entry) covers! Thank you to all that entered! Keep an eye out on our Facebook page for future contests!

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Arise Equine Therapy counseling out of the office into the arena where the horses are equal partners of the therapy team applying the Eagala model. The Eagala Model is a distinct experience-based, team-approach framework designed to empower clients to analyze their situations, make connections, and find their own solutions through personal and physical experiences. Clients have reported that they have been able to change and grow more effectively and quickly than through traditional approaches. The team is comprised of the therapy horses, the client(s), a mental health professional and an equine specialist. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) brings you into an

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environment where the horses are the focus that here is a place near Wen<ville, Missouri in

St Charles County where horses are transforming lives. Often described by visitors as heavenly, the peace that is experienced while in the presence of the therapy horses is real. By allowing oneself to

leads to the discovery of new solutions to life’s challenges. When stepping into the arena where the horses are free to move about interacting as they choose, the focus is now on the behavior of the horses relating to the client.

submerge into the horse’s world, the capacity for healing begins. Arise Equine Therapy provides services that engage participants in activities designed to lead them to a place of wellbeing beyond the current challenges they may be facing. Professional experiential therapy that works. Arise Equine Therapy staff take

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easily emotions flow in the arena sessions.

ell me and I may forget, Teach me and I may

Observations discussed are centered around the horses. This approach keeps the focus off the person and on the

remember, Involve me and I Learn”. EAP is hands on experiential learning.

situation. Keeping in mind the metaphors that are in use that the horses represent “ah ha” learning moments

Activities are designed to address issue(s) a client is

flow much faster than traditional talk therapy. Lynn

seeking resolution. Props are used as metaphors

Thomas, founded Eagala with the belief that people

chosen by the client along with the labeling of horses to have the solutions to their own circumstances. This bring their personal story to life. The horses may

belief has empowered therapy teams using the Eagala

symbolize people, events, emotions, places, it is client

model to lead people to authentic outcomes that truly

driven and unique to each person. Moving about the

do change lives. The Arise Equine Therapy

arena participating in a scenario that is evolving

professional staff is equipped to provide therapy to

through the activity, one’s mind, body and emotions

youth, adults, individually, families and groups.

are in use. Horses are highly sensitive animals that are

Success is seen in the areas of PTSD, OCD, anxiety,

exceptional at reading body language and sensing the

grief, depression, addiction, self-esteem and other

emotion state of those around them. The response of

behavioral and mental health needs.

the horses is immediate feedback that mirrors the clients emotional energy. Teaching the clients to become aware of the behaviors the horses display , then reflecting on how it applies to the activity that represents their real life circumstance is powerful. It is almost like looking into a mirror. Since the horses are responding of their own free will, problem solving comes to life to reach the goal of the activity that includes the horses. People are stretched to try new approaches, break paCerns that are not working and feel the victory of completion. This allows the clients to “see” where problems are and learn workable solutions leads to lasting skills that transfer to daily life. Because of the experiential learning EAP is a shorter term therapy alternative. Clients have progressed and even come to restoration in as few as a dozen visits. Laughter and tears welcome. Horses do not judge.

Growth and Learning for the workplace. Arise Equine Therapy facilitates business workshops that are customized to the specific needs of the organization. Communication, leadership, navigating change with mergers, sales strategies, are just a few of the topics successfully addressed with Eagala activities. The experience of staff members being in the arena which is completely different from their “comfort zone” of the workplace has proven to produce conversation and ideas that perhaps would not surface otherwise. When management and support staff are all together trying to get the horses through the obstacles a fresh new perspective of operations is often revealed. The horses behavior is genuine, no maCer what your position on the job is. Discovering skill sets that employees may not have the opportunity to express in the daily routine have come to light. “I learned to see the staff differently,

This provides an emotionally safe place to express

my communication has changed based on what the

thoughts and ideas about oneself openly. Horses are

horses taught me.” Quoted a CEO on what was gained

large, breathing, interactive, beautiful creatures that

from the experience. Follow up surveys confirm that

open emotional gateways. People often notice how

tactics learned at the workshop are lasting.

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501(c)3 organization. Donations assure the

quine Assisted

Growth and Learning

quality of services are

along with EAP has

kept to high standards.

been growing in

Funds are also allocated

momentum over the

for services to be

past 18 years. There

provided to first

now are over 700

responders and veterans

EAGALA programs,

at liCle or no cost to them.

with

Keeping our facility well

professionals trained

maintained and our

and certified through EAGALA, providing

therapy herd in the best physical and behavioral

services helping change the lives of people with a

condition is costly. Funds raised go directly to

diverse range of struggles such as street children in providing services and operating costs. Arise Mexico and South Africa, those suffering from

equine Therapy Foundation board members,

addictions, depression and trauma, and improving Director and all Administrative duties are volunteer. Please consider donating or volunteering for program. We welcome groups volunteering for projects as well as individual volunteers who contribute their time to the care of our facility and horses..

relationships in families and groups. EAGALA has over 4,500 members in 50 countries. Arise

To learn more about Arise Equine Therapy visit us on the web www.AriseEquineTherapy.org. and on You Tube “Arise Equine Therapy Foundation Eagala Counseling” Learn more about Eagala, the global standard in Therapy and Personal development at ww.eagala.org

Equine Therapy was founded to bring this effective use of horses for healing to the metro St Louis area. Part of our mission is to educate people of the benefits of this successful treatment method. The facilitating staff at Arise presents and speaks at community organizations or businesses interested in supporting our cause. Arise Equine Therapy Foundation is a

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Equine Assisted Personal Development Applying EAGALA Growth & Learning Behavioral Counseling Business Workshops Therapeu&c Riding Located in St Charles County, Missouri

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Wri*en by Maureen Keller, Practitioner/Certified Equine Iridologist Edited by Tina Hurt This is an article I wrote a few years ago, but because of much interest in the subject I decided to publish it again.

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cleaning her right front hoof I noticed the hoof area was hot, especially around the coronary band. Not being able to see anything stuck in the hoof, I looked at a few options before coming up with a plan of action.

everal years ago I only had two

I decided to treat this as a stone bruise or infection

horses. Now, since they are the oldest in my herd, I

in the collateral groove.

affectionately refer to Miss Sophie, a nearly 30-year-old

The supplies I chose to use to address this situation were vet

quarter horse, and Lacey, an 18-year-old paso fino, as my

tape, duct tape, clean terry cloth shop rags, Venice

Queens. My Queens thought they were in “Horse Heaven”

turpentine, white oak bark tincture, Super Mag paste,

when I moved them to a private stable in the Spring of 2014.

Young Living’s copaiba (for inflammation and to magnify

The upper pasture contained 12

the effects of the other oils),

acres of rolling hills covered with

helicrysum (for pain and

hay grass, a lower pasture with an

bruising), balsam fir (for bone

acre of hay grass, and a three-

condition), lavender (an

sided, gated shelter/barn. The

antibacterial and disinfectant),

barn was built into the side of a

and myrrh (intensifies the use of

hill, which made it very efficient

the helicrysum as a painkiller). I

at keeping the elements at bay.

also used a high-powered

The one drawback to “Horse

photonic infrared laser unit. I

Heaven” was the crushed rock

found most of the information I

that was used to fill the low spots

needed from The Animal Desk

near the shelter to keep the rain

Reference: Essential Oils for Animals

from eroding the ground away.

by Melissa Sheldon DVM, holistic veterinarian. This book is an

One day during my daily visit to the stable I noticed Sophie was favoring her right front leg. I didnʹt see anything unusual while picking her hooves, so I spent the day watching her out in the pasture. She seemed to be fine on soft ground, but had a small limp while walking on harder

excellent source to go to for basic ideas on how and when to use essential oils for animals, and I have used it for many years. My treatment protocol was as follows: first, I used

ground. After doing a bit of research, I decided she might

copaiba, helicrysum, balsam fir and lavender essential oils

have a stone bruise. I waited until the next day to see if

on the coronary band, applying with my thumb against the

whatever was affecting her hoof would work itself out, but

fur and in an upward movement. Second, I used the high-

upon arriving at the stable I found Miss Sophie lame and

powered photonic unit on acupressure points TH1, located

obviously in quite a bit of pain.

just lateral to the cranial midline of the front of the hoof

Sophie still allowed me to clean her hooves, but didnʹt want to put any weight on her right front leg. While

proximal to the coronary band, and LU11, the caudal medial aspect of the forelimb at the coronary band since the issue was with her right front hoof.

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and of course a lot of prayer. The packing stayed on for 24 Photonic treatment was applied for 30 seconds at each

hours. The next day when I removed the packing I noticed a

acupressure point. This treatment encourages blood flow to

black gooey substance that came from the coronet groove

the area in case there is a blockage formed by an infection.

area. I cleaned, medicated and repacked the whole hoof,

Third, I thoroughly cleaned the entire hoof with warm

leaving it bandaged for another 24 hours. After removing

water, drying it and placing it on a clean, hard board. I next

the packing the next time, I noticed Sophie was not limping

mixed four drops each of copaiba, helicrysum, balsam fir

as before and was actually puCing weight on her hoof. I

and lavender essential oils into the container of Super Mag

cleaned and dried her hoof and put Venice turpentine on the

paste. I packed it into every groove of the hoof, then

soul, avoiding the frog, and followed up with a teaspoon of

wrapped the hoof in a clean terry cloth shop rag, puCing the

white oak bark tincture for the next two days. White oak

hoof in the center of the cloth and wrapping the sides

bark is historically used for internal and external infection

around the fetlock loosely with vet tape. I then made a sole

elimination. Follow up treatment included energy work,

for the outside of the hoof with duct tape and aCached the

both distance and in person, as well as using other energetic

sole with more duct tape to the vet wrap. The end result

modalities. This process took about 4 days, after which

looked like a boot that started just below the coronary band.

Sophie walked normally, with no mobility issues. As

I gave Sophie a painkiller tincture consisting of four drops of helicrysum, two drops of copaiba, and two drops of myrrh in 10 drops of olive oil. I administered the painkiller between Sophie’s gum and cheek. This essential oil protocol is a variation of a remedy I got from The Anim al Desk Reference: Essential Oils for Animals by Melissa Sheldon DVM. After this I followed up with variations of other modalities,

always, I aCribute my success in assisting the healing of Sophie to the divine intervention of the Lord, who allowed me to help Sophie heal herself. Maureen Keller is a Healing Touch for Animals practitioner and equine iridologist. The healing modalities and remedies she uses are not meant to replace regular veterinary care. The healing protocols can be used as a standalone session or in conjunction with a veterinary program. To learn more about Maureen's healing modalities, to book a workshop, or for an appointment visit www.tranquilcompanion.com, email Maureen at tranquilcompanion7@gmail.com, or call 618-972-8267.

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Win Wednesday Rides Every Wednesday at 6:30pm! Dennis Cappel 66 White Wildlife Road Silex, MO 63377 314-486-4064

FUN SHOW 4th Saturday of every month, MAYOctober. Brigton Saddle Club. Located just east of Hwy 13 (North of Springfield) at Hwy 215 West Go to www.brightonsaddleclub.org 417-849-2244

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March 4 Barrel racing Jackpot Winter Series Show—10 am exhibition, NOON Show Kramer Arena & Stables 2978 Highway H Sullivan, Missouri 63080 314-422-7808

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March 11 Equine Raindrop Therapy Class– with Alice Long of 4WS Andy Johnson Horsemanship 1524 County Road 461 Sikeston, MO 63801 240-308-0238

March 18 2nd Annual Luck of the Irish treasure trail ride Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

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March 11, 12 Clinician– Lee Hart/Cowboy Logic Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 March 12 Mounted Shooting Jackpot Winter Series—NOON Show Kramer Arena & Stables 2978 Highway H, Sullivan, Missouri 63080 314-780-7704

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MISSOURI & ILLINOIS Upcoming Equine Events! March 24 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Flickerwood Arena March 24 Clinician– Brandy Von Holten/Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 March 25 COGGINS CLINIC 9am-Noon-ish Only $10! Brighton Saddle Club Located just east of Hwy 13 (North of Springfield) at Hwy 215 West Go to www.brightonsaddleclub.org 417-849-2244 March 24, 25,26 Spring Round Up Springfield, Missouri Dennis & Cindy Cappel will be speaking each day www.denniscappel.com 314-486-4064 March 25, 26 AHCA (American Horsemen’s Challenge Association) MO State Champion Series Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 March 25, 26 2C3B Barrel Race Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 March 25, 26 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Flickerwood Arena

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April & May 2017

MISSOURI & ILLINOIS Upcoming Equine Events! April 2017

April 16 Easter Cowboy Church and Chuck Wagon Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 April 21 Clinician– Brandy Von Holten/ Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 April 22 Mizzou Collegiate Horseman's Association TACK SALE 9am HORSE SHOW at 11am MU Equine Teaching Facility 4400 E New Haven Road, Columbia, Missouri 816-510-4359 April 22-23 AHCA MO State Championship Series, events3-4 of 14 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 April 22, 23 Mid Rivers Saddle Club Lake St Louis Equestrian Center April 28, 29. 30 Weekend Horse Shoeing Class with Dennis Cappel www.farrierschool.net 314-486-4064 April 28, 29, 30 Clinician– David Cowley/Two-Way Trust Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 April 29 Show Me Ranch Horse Show Longhorn Arena April 29 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Kramer Arena

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May 2017

May 6 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

May 6 Trimming Class, 9am Dennis Cappel www.farrierschool.net 314-486-4064 May 4, 5, 6 Clinician– Ty Evans/TS Mules Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 May 6, 7 Minature Horse Show Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 May 6, 7 Missouri Paint Horse Show Lake St Louis Equestrian Center Schellie Blochberger 573-690-7014 May 6, 7 Minature Horse Show Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 May 13 May Dayz Trail Ride & Scavenger Hunt Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 May 13 SW MO Regional All Breed Show Springfield Riding Club 5964 S State Highway NN, Rogersville, MO 65742 Contact Izzy 417-693-8360

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May 13, 14 Franco Bertolani Reining Clinic Set mainly for Non pros, a few open riders permitted. Riders: $1,000 for the weekend ($800 early booking speial until March 18). Includes: Stall for Saturday night, lunch Sat/Sun, & a nice catered dinner w/Franco Sat night Auditors: $150/day, $200/for the weekend– Includes lunch Contact Brittney Teiber 636-856-6191 Double T Performace Horses 1556 Clearview Road, Union, Missouri May 13, 14 Broken Arrow Appaloosa Club Show Lake St Louis Equestrian Center May 12-14 AQHA Special Event & Ranch Horse Versatility Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 May 16 Trick Riding!!! 1st Sanctioned Qualifier in the US! FREE Admission Held at Lucky J Steakhouse & Arena Carthage, Missouri Contact KelseyTemmen 573-694-8423 trixiechickstrickriders@gmail.com May 19 Clinician– Brandy Von Holten/ Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 May 19, 20, 21 Confident Riders Workshop Clinicians Dennis & Cindy Cappel www.denniscappel.com 314-486-4064 May 20 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

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MISSOURI & ILLINOIS Upcoming Equine Events! May 20, 21 Mid Rivers Saddle Club Lake St Louis Equestrian Center May 20, 21 AHCA MO State Champion Series Events 5-6 of 14 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 May 22-26 Clinician– Lee Hart/Cowboy Logic Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 May 27 Clinician: Dennis Cappel– Horsemanship 101 Timber Creek Stables Shirley, IL Contact Liz timbercreekem@outlook.com May 27, 28 Missouri Paint Horse Show Sedalia (Partner show with MO POA) Schellie Blochberger 573-690-7014 May 27, 28, 29 ETS (Equine Trail Sports) Spring Buckle Series, events 7-8-9 of 9 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 May 27 Show Me Ranch Horse Show Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244

June 2017

June 3 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc .com June 3, 4 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers PENDING

May & June 2017

June 3, 4 Annual VHR Country Tough Cowgirl & Cowboy Challenge Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

June 17 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313

June 6-10 Supreme Horseman's Week A week that will get your results! With Dennis & Cindy Cappel www.denniscappel.com 314-486-4064

June 16-18 Missouri Big Irons (Mounted Shooters) Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244

June 9 Clinician– Brany Von Holten/Double Excel Mulemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

June 17 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Hawk Point Arena

June 10 SW MO Regional All Breed Show Springfield Riding Club 5964 S State Highway NN, Rogersville, MO 65742 Contact Izzy 417-693-8360 June 10 Draft Horse Mow Day Northwest Missouri Steam Engine & Gas Engine Association Show Grounds Bruce Adams 8160294-1230 June 10, 11 2nd Annual VHR Mule & Donkey Days Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 June 10, 11 Mid Rivers Saddle Club Lake St Louis Equestrian Center June 10, 11 Miniature Horse Show Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 June 16 Clinician– Brandy Von Holten/Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

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June 17, 18 AHCA MO State Championship Series, events7-8 of 14 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 June 17, 18 International Clinician and mounted police force trainer, Bill Richey. This National Mounted Police Training service Clinic is unlike and other clinic you have ever experienced. You and your horse will learn how to train thru auditory, visual, and other sensory obstacles (to include smoke, fire, sirens, dogs, hanging items, and more!). Lunch is provided both days! Cost is $375 for two day clinic (includes lunch and certificate) $25 per day to audit Lara 847-602-1433 Cherry Valley Equestrian Center 5561 Rotary Road Cherry Valley, IL 61016 June 24 Show Me Ranch Horse Show Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 June 24, 25 Clinician Dennis Cappel Colt Starting & Problem Horses Prairie Rose Arena Bondurant, IL www.denniscappel.com

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MISSOURI & ILLINOIS Upcoming Equine Events! June 2017

June 24, 25 Clinician– Steve Edwards/Mule Communication Clinic Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

July 2017

July 1 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

July 1, 2, 3, 4 4th of July Celebration– Patriotic Scavenger Hunt Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 July 1, 2 Miniature Horse Show Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 July 7, 8, 9 Clinician– Michael Lyons Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 July 8 SW MO Regional All Breed Show Springfield Riding Club 5964 S State Highway NN, Rogersville, MO 65742 Contact Izzy 417-693-8360 July 8 Mo Central 4D Barrel Racers PENDING July 8, 9 Missouri Paint Horse Show Sedalia, Missouri Schellie Blochberger 573-690-7014

June, July & August 2017

July 15 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313

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July 15 Rockin’ Wragler Round Up Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

July 29, 30 AHCA MO State Championship Series, events 9-10 of 14 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

July 15 NBHA Barrels After Dark! Longhorn Arena 8802 Highway M, Mount Vernon, MO 308-380-2244 July 15 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Hillsboro Civic Club

July 30 Avalon Horse Farms Mini Series Event 2275 New Farm Lane, Millstadt, IL Contact Denise 314-630-9490

August 2017

July 16 Cowboy Chruch & Chuck Wagon on the Trails Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

August 5, 6 4th Annual Missouri EXCA Race: Double Double Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

Jul 15, 16 Mid Rivers Saddle Club Lake St Louis Equestrian Center

August 6 American Saddle Association has its Cherry Valley Equestrian debut for a one day clinic! This is your opportunity to try riding aside “like a lady”. Lunch and saddles provided! Need a mount? We have side saddle horses ready for you to ret for the day! $75 per participant (includes classroom, lunch, and annual membership to ASA) or $25 to audit. Lara 847-602-1433 Cherry Valley Equestrian 5561 Rotary Road Cherry Valley, IL 61016

July 22, 23 2nd Annual VHR Country Tough Cowgirl Challenge Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 July 27 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Farmington Fair July 28 Clinican– Brandy Von Holten/Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

August 7, 8 Clinician– Dan James/Double Dan Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

July 28, 29, 30 Flying R Ranch Chuckwagon Races West Plains, Missouri 417-469-2267

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August & September 2017

MISSOURI & ILLINOIS Upcoming Equine Events! August 9-13 NAWD & FOSH Festival for the Horse Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 August 12 SW MO Regional All Breed Show Springfield Riding Club 5964 S State Highway NN, Rogersville, MO 65742 Contact Izzy 417-693-8360 August 12 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers PENDING August 12, 13 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm on the 12th, 1pm on the 13th. Ultimate trail class on the 13th, will not be reschedule if rained out 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

August 18 Clinician– Brandy Von Holton/ Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 August 19, 20 AHCA MO State Championship Series, events11-12 of 14 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 August 19 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Hawk Point Arena August 25, 26, 27 Clinician– Wylene Davis/Extreme Wylene Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

August 26 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

September 2017

September 2,3 The National Mounted Police Training Service joins us again, this time for a more Advanced course in desensitizing our horses. More challenging than the basic course, we get deeper into scarier objects (Visual, auditory and sensory). Cost is$400 for the two day clinic (Includes lunch and certificate). MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE BASCI NMPTS DE-SPOOKING & DESENSITIZING CLINIC PRIOR TO THIS! Contact Lara 847-602-1433 Cherry Valley Equestrian 5561 Rotary Road Cherry Valley, IL 61016 September 2, 3 4 Labor Day Weekend & Scavenger Hunt Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 2, 3 4 ETS Fall Buckle Series, events 1-23 of 9 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 2, 3 Missouri Paint Horse Show Sedalia, Missouri (Partner show with MO POA) Schellie Blochberger 573-690-7014 September 6-10 Queenie Productions Lake St Louis Equestrian Center

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September 8 Clinician– Brandy Von Holton/ Double Excel Horsemanship Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 9 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubin c.com September 9, 10 AHCA MO State Championship Series Finals Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 9 SW MO Regional All Breed Show Springfield Riding Club 5964 S State Highway NN, Rogersville, MO 65742 Contact Izzy 417-693-8360 September 15 Reining Clinic (Clinician TBD) Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 15, 16, 17 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Central 4D District Finals September 16, 17 2nd Annual VHR Country Tough Cowgirl Challenge Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 23 POA Horse Show Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

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September, October, November, December 2017

MISSOURI & ILLINOIS Upcoming Equine Events! September 2017

September 23 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

September 29, 30, Oct 1 We Ride Festival (Tentative) Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 September 30 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers PENDING

October 2017

October 6, 7, 8 MO Central 4D Barrel Racers Fickerwood Arena DATES PENDING October 7 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubin c.com October 7, 8 VHR Country Tough All Around Cowboy Competition Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 October 14 SW MO Regional All Breed Show Springfield Riding Club 5964 S State Highway NN, Rogersville, MO 65742 Contact Izzy 417-693-8360 October 14, 15 Clinician– Lee Hart/Cowboy Logic Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

October 15 Illinois Boots & Saddle Club Show– 6pm HALLOWEEN SHOW 2043 Harris Lane Alton, IL 62002 Christ Sherer 618-570-4313 www.theillinoisbootsandsaddleclubinc.com

October 21, 22 Bullshitters Weekend Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 October 21, 22 Mid Rivers Saddle Club Lake St Louis Equestrian Center October 21, 22 Missouri Paint Horse Club Carthage, Missouri Schellie Blochberger 573-690-7014 October 21, 22 Fall Festival & Draft Horse Plow Days 834 NW Osage Drive Hamilton, MO 64644 Cathy Youtsey 816-284-1654 October 28, 29 ETS Fall Buckle Series, events 4-56 of 9 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

November 4,5 Annual VHR Country Tough One Fly Cowgirl Challange Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880 November 11, 12 Irish Fox Show Lake St Louis Equestrian Center November 25, 26 ETS Fall Buckle Series, events 7-89 of 9 Von Holten Ranch 30455 Pacific School Road Mora, Missouri 65345 Contact Brandy 660-668-0880

December 2017

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Results of the Coloring Contest!!! In the last issue of The Hoof Print Journal we ran a coloring contest! Here are the results of the contest, as well as all the entries! Thank you to all the kids that entered! Your art work was amazing, and we are returning your wonderful pictures back in the mail for you to keep. We are also sending a wonderful surprise gift to ALL that entered the contest! We loved reading each and every entries story on the back page of their entries!

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Horse auctions & sale barns Lollies Brother Auction 704 Main St #A Mizzou Collegiate Horseman's Macon, Missouri 63552 Association TACK SALE 9am 660-385-2516 HORSE SHOW at 11am 1st Saturday of the month. March, MU Equine Teaching Facility 4400 E May & September are 2 day (Friday/ New Haven Road, Columbia, Saturday) consignment catalog sales. November is a consignment catalog Missouri sale 816-510-4359

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MARCH 2017 March 8-10 Boone County Draft Horse and Mule Sale Sedalia Fairgrounds March 18 9th Annual Free Vallet Water Mill Park Equestrian Center TACK SALE & SWAP MEET, held at Shadow Brook Stables 4624 E Shelby Road Fairgrove, Missouri FREE Admission 10am-2pm. FREE to sell at 417-579-2998 shadowbrookmail@aol.com March 19 TACK SALE Millburn Elementary SchoolE 9am-2pm 18550 West Millburn Rod Millburn, IL 262-878-5028

APRIL 2017 April 12 Spring Dealer Tack Auction, 10am Directions: 6 miles N or Carrollton o 65 Hwy, then west 6 miles on Highway W All leather goods made by Wagler’s Leather Shop 20273 CR 201 Bogard, MO 64622 Auctioneer: Ed Norris 417-296-3950 April 15 North Missouri Livestock Auction LLC Tack and Horse Sale. Tack at 10am, horses at 2pm 52762 Bus Hwy 5 Milan, Missouri 63556 660-265-4286

AUCTION BARNS MISSOURI AUCTIONS Davis County Livestock Market 912 W Grand Gallatin, Missouri 64640 660-663-2177 3rd Thursday of the month 6:30pm Farmington Livestock Sale 1600 Woodlawn Drive Farmington, Missouri 63640 Curtis Clark 573-429-9000 Horse sale every 2nd and 4th Saturday. Tack at 2pm, horses at 8pm. Catalog sale 3 times a year North Missouri Livestock Auction 52762 Bus Hwy 5 Milan, Missouri 63556 660-265-4286 Rolla Auction 15596 N Highway 68 St James, Missouri 65559 573-265-8813 3rd Saturday of the month Tack at 1pm, horses to follow at 7pm Mid States Livestock Sale Kirksville, Missouri 660-341-7964

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Kirksville Livestock Market 24295 Benton Road Kingsville, Missouri 63501 660-665-9804 Horse & Tack Sale 2nd Saturday of the month Tim Phipps Horse & Tack Auction 1224 NW 10th Road Liberal, Missouri 64762 417-214-0040 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tack at 5pm, horses to follow. Roberts Bros Livestock Auction 1416 E Hwy 32 Bolivar, Missouri 65613 417-326-5815 1st Wednesday of the month Carters SW City Livestock Auction 1913 Route MM Noel, Missouri 64863 417-762-4171 2nd Saturday of the month. Tack at 6, horses at 7:30

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Horse auctions & sale barns AUCTION BARNS MISSOURI AUCTIONS Nevada Horse Sale 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Month Nevada, Missouri Boone County Sale Sedalia, Missouri Missouri State Fairgrounds 719-431-3137 March & September Missouri Horse Auction 951 West Rosedale Road Nixa, Missouri 65714 417-725-3333 Last Friday of the month Tack at 2pm, Horses at 7:30 Bolivar Sale 1st Wednesday of the Month Montgomery City Sale 1st Friday of the Month Montgomery, Missouri

Summersville Horse Sale 1st Friday of the Month Summersville, Missouri Robbins Horse Auction 1st and 3rd Friday of the Month

AUCTION BARNS ILLINOIS AUCTIONS Schuyler Livestock E Lafayette Street Rushville, Illinois 62681 217-322-3385 Monthly horse sale Goreville, Illinois 800-872-0222 2nd Friday of the month Anderson Equine Sales 611 W Williams St Wyoming, Illinois 61491 309-657-3886 2nd Saturday of the month

Kewanee Sale Barn 25836 N 800 Ave Kewanee, Illinois 61443 309-856-8806 Arthur Sale Barn 1204 N Vine Street Arthur, Illinois 61911 217-543-3255 3rd Saturday of the Month starting at 9am Horses Priced Right Horse and Tack Sale Ridgway Sale Barn Murphy Street in Ridgway, Illinois 1st Saturday of Every Month Used tack at 1pm, New tack at 3pm, Saddles 5pm, Horses 6pm Dan Browning 618-508-2028 Nebraska Palmyra Sale 1st Saturday of the month 1pm Morris, Illinois Spring Sale

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