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Introducing

“Mr Pale Ale” 100% Color Producer Plummer, Idaho

2013 – Se Spring

cond Quarter Issue – Vol.

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For The Love of the Horse Preparing For Foaling Season .............. 4 Life with Blue-Eyed Wonders Horsemanship & The Art of Dress-Age ... 8 Western Dressage News Michelle Binder, Relational Riding .... 16 Ann Kirk Sensible Horsemanship Horses and Obstacles ....................... 20 On The Edge of Common Sense Baxter Black - “Halter Safety� ........... 28 Sound Horses Win! The Only Joint Formula Clinically Proven .............................. 34

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r Pale Ale! 2004 Stallion. New to the Northwest. Skipper W bred- top & bottom. Cremello Roan. 100% color producer. The only color he won’t throw is red. 14.3 hands, 1100lbs Perfectly balanced. Fantastic temperament. Stamps his baby doll head and big hip on his foals. Foals are consistently easy to work with, willing and smart. Pale’s get are showing and winning in Western Pleasure and Halter. But you can

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100% Color Producer

MISS GINGER SKIP (1980)

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MR PALE ALE

SKIP R IMPRINT (1991)

SHEEZA SUE PURR SKIP (1996) SUE PURR SONG (1987)

bet they will “rock the house� in Reining, Reined Cow Horse and Cutting. Mr Pale Ale is very versatile and athletic. He has done everything we ask of him, every time. We will be starting him on Mounted Shooting this season. Introductory Stud Fee for 2013 season, $375 includes mare care. $150 non-refundable booking fee. Approved mares Live cover, A.I. and shipped semen available. POCITO BIEN (1962) PRINCESS PAULITE (1960) SKIP N NICK (1976) GINGER SWEEP (1972) SKIPS PRINT (1979) SKIPS SWINGETTE (1981) SERENADE SONG (1979) MISS BUCK CROCKETT (1971)

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“Doc Tom Tucker,� and out of Ann Hearn, a granddaughter of the famous King P234. His dam is Chico Boom Chex an own daughter of King Fritz. “Tucker� has proven his versatility and ability in the arena, around the ranch and on trail rides. He is truly a gentleman and always gives 110%. Breeding Fee for the 2013 season only: $375 booking & handling fee $150 (non refundable, mare care included)

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POWER COMMAND (1949) POCO JANE 1948) CHICARO RED (1943) WPR BOOM JUG (1949)

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Preparing for Foaling Season by Dr. Misty Parker, DVM McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital - Spokane, Washington

fter a long winter, we welcome warmer weather, and with that, we welcome back another foaling season. It is just beginning, as we have had a few foals in the hospital in the last few weeks, but within a month we will be in full swing. It’s always exciting and uplifting to see a new baby frolicking in the pasture with its mother, and most of the time this is the case, but occasionally they need extra help. That’s when it becomes important to have a good relationship with a veterinarian. Dr. Misty Parker, DVM A mare’s normal gestation length is 320-365 days, with an average around 345 days. Signs of impending parturition include udder development about a month prior, vulvar laxity and pelvic ligament laxity a week prior and teat wax 24-48 hours prior. Please keep in mind that these time frames are flexible and maiden mares don’t always follow the rules. A foal born prior to 320 days is considered premature. Clinical signs that accompany prematurity can include low

birth weight, silky hair coat, domed forehead, droopy ears, generalized weakness, flexor tendon laxity, pulmonary insufficiency, poor muscle development, and/or collapsed tarsal or carpal bones. A foal that displays these clinical signs that is over 320 days gestation is commonly known as dysmature. Mares go through three stages of parturition. The first stage consists of uterine contractions and cervical dilation and lasts until the water breaks. It should range anywhere between 30 minutes to 4 hours. The second stage lasts about 20-40 minutes and is the actual delivery of the foal. Passing of the placenta completes the third stage and this can take 30 minutes to 3 hours. If the placenta has not passed in 3 hours it is considered an emergency. Never try to pull a placenta out, they are fragile and can tear easily. Even a small section of a placenta left inside the uterus of a mare can cause toxic metritis and potentially death. The first thing normally seen during delivery is the amnion, which is a gray translucent sac surrounding the foal. Next you should see one front foot, followed by the second front foot and then the foal’s nose. The amnion is typically torn by movement from the foal’s head and front feet. If the sac does not rupture then the foal is at risk of suffocation and manual tearing of the amnion should be done. If the first

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thing you see is a bright red velvety bag, call your veteriarian immediately! This is called a â&#x20AC;&#x153;red bagâ&#x20AC;? and signifies premature placental separation. Foals in this situation are in danger of extreme oxygen deprivation and immediate delivery of the foal is imperative. A normal healthy foal should show signs of normal respiration within 1 minute after birth, be able to be up on their sternum within 5 minutes after birth, have a suckle reflex within 5 minutes, be attempting to stand within 30 minutes and be nursing from the udder within 1-3 hours. Nursing within the first 3-6 hours is extremely important because after 6 hours the ability of the foalsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; stomach to absorb the maresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; colostrum is drastically impaired. Colostrum is the maresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; first milk and it is packed with immunoglobulins that are essential to build the foalsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; immune system. Without it the foal is immunocompromised and unable to fight off disease. The immunoglobulins that the foal absorbs from the colostrum hit its peak levels in the blood stream within 18-24 hours. A simple blood test can be done at this point to confirm that the foal absorbed enough colostrum. If it has not, then we recommend giving intravenous plasma. Shortly after birth we recommend dipping the umbilical stump. We prefer using 0.5% Chlorhexidine (A.K. A. Nolvasan Solution). Dipping the stump 3-4 times a day for the first 2-3 days is typically adequate. An empty syringe case, shot glass or Dixie cup work well for this. While you are doing so, monitor the umbilicus closely for dribbling of urine, reddening, swelling and heat.

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The winter hair is starting to shed off the horses so spring must be right around the corner. I noticed that my sweater had gone from mohair to mor-hair thanks to my shedding white stallion, Commander! Speaking of Commander, I thought I better go see what he was up to as there was a whole lot of quiet coming from the stallion corrals. Usually on a nice spring day the stallions are starting to feel the urge of breeding season and there is stallion verbal commotion echoing through the ranch yard! Rounding the barn corner I stopped dead in my tracks. Now when you own a talking horse, like my perlino quarter horse stallion, Commander, you get use to expecting the unexpected! But I certainly did not expect to see Commander sporting a large, black top hat on his head and a jaunty white tie around his neck! Black ribbons adorned his tail and there was a smug looking white rat sitting on his back. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sooooo, Commander, whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s up and, er, whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your pal there?â&#x20AC;? I could barely utter a word in my astonishment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sooooo yourself, miss smarty pants cowgirl, you havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t heard that this is the dress-age?!â&#x20AC;? Commander smugly replied. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mares are looking for stallions that stay up with the times. No thanks to you, it was Timer here who clued me in on what well dressed stallions are currently wearing.â&#x20AC;?

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Just what DID Timer tell you about well dressed stallions?â&#x20AC;? I said as I glanced over at Timer in the next corral. Timer, my Arab stallion, all of a sudden needed to examine something up in the sky and wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even return my look. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Timer told me that this dress-age thing was all the rage. More and more people and horses are getting into it and I, for one, didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be left out!â&#x20AC;? My blue-eyed wonder replied. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You have to have the right dress and really cool moves. The moving, of course, I already have down pat, but I certainly needed a more sophisticated outfit!â&#x20AC;? Now I got it! He was referring to the horsemanship art of dressage! It really is becoming more and more popular as people who really enjoy riding are finding out how beneficial basic dressage training can be. Its purpose of developing a horseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural athletic ability and willingness to work creates a horse that is calm, supple and attentive to his rider. But how do you tell a well intended white stallion that he looks

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ridiculous?! “Commander I think you mean dressage pronounced “dress-ahhzh” not dress-age. It’s about more than wearing a top hat, tie and tails and usually it’s the rider who wears those things. That doesn’t explain why you’re looking a little mousy”. That got me a glare from the indignant white rat on Commander’s back. Commander, not ever being one to let me take the upper hoof, indignantly replied with a glare in Timer’s direction, “Obviously you don’t know that rat catching is a big part of dress-age. So I’ve caught me the biggest rat around for just a little sharing of my grain.” Careful, careful, careful, don’t make him feel too stupid, I thought, but I can’t stand here much longer without bursting into the largest guffaws a cowgirl can have! “I think that Timer was referring to ratcatcher shirts. In dressage, the show shirt underneath the riding coat is called a “ratcatcher”. It’s a buttoned shirt with a stand-up mandarinstyle collar covered by a separate, matching choker or a stock tie, with the final look usually resembling that of a turtleneck. Would you like me to find you a turtle to join the rat?” OK so I just couldn’t contain myself. Let me tell you a little bit about dressage. Dressage, a French term, is commonly translated to mean “training”. The fundamental purpose of dressage training is to develop a horse’s natural athletic ability and willingness to perform so that it maximizes the horse’s ability as a riding animal. Standardized training methods are used that let a

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He will trust that he will be guided, not pressured, through the correct steps. The horse learns to trust your request to approach new things. He gets this respect and trust from having been taught in a safe situation to go over things he is not familiar with and by learning that he did not get hurt while doing so. The lessons are for the rider as much or more than the horse. The rider learns how to approach an unfamiliar setting in a manner that allows the horse time to negotiate it calmly and safely. The horse, in turn learns to approach the next object in a calmer, more confident manner. It will soon become apparent that it is really not about the particular obstacle you are working with but about teaching your horse a pattern for dealing with whatever obstacle or environmental setting you might come in contact with in your daily travels. Building trust is priceless and develops confidence for the future. There are 2 types of obstacle work I like to do with all my horses. The first is working from the ground with the bridle. Teaching my horse to respond correctly to the bit letting me guide it over, under and through obstacles gives me a much closer connection and a better trained horse. I sometimes use a small board or soft flexible rubber tub and teach my horse to place its foot right on the board or into the tub. I especially like introducing water from the ground first as it reduces the trauma for the horse, is much easier on my body and I can be very specific about teaching the horse to step into the water and not jump over it. Then I will work the obstacles from the saddle. By starting with simple things and working up to the scarier objects, I

can build the correct response every time. Then, no matter what I might come across on my ride, I will know that I can trust my horse to deal with it confidently and safely. Also, it is a great way to get your horse softer and more supple as you use improved body control with the bridle to keep him going where you want him to go. Next article, we will work on teaching obstacles from the ground. So gather some objects, set them up in a safe working environment and get ready to improve your riding times. Use your imagination as to what you will use. Poles, large rubber mats or thick sheets of plywood, trail class bridge, logs of different lengths and sizes and a large tarp. Also, gather some cardboard boxes and make a maze, make a pile of empty milk jugs or get an old mattress without springs. The options are endless. I will be teaching obstacle lessons at my Sensible Horsemanship Spring Tune-up Clinic, April 19-21. You can register on my website and come join the fun. Until next time, God Bless and be safe.... Ann Kirk is available for Sensible Horsemanship Clinics or Workshops in your area. For more information and other Sensible Horsemanship articles, go to www.annkirk.com Beginning Sensible Horsemanship is available in a DVD series with a new addition – Sensible Trailer Loading.

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4 stall barn, tack room, hay storage, 44x48 insulated shop with 220v power. 1-1/2 story remodeled 3 bedroom farmouse, detached 26x32 garage. Acreage half treed & half open. Deer Park

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Gated tree lined entry to this Norman Rockwell setting! Exquisite 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3400 sq.ft. home renovated down to the studs! Gleaming hardwood floors, gas, central forced air, main floor utilities. Only 20 minutes to downtown Spokane. Beautiful setting with well maintained landscaped fenced yard, sprinkler system, fruit trees, swimming pool with safety cover. Newer garage with workshop near home. 4 additional building sites on property Detached barn/stable for your horses. $

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295,000

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DEEP CREEK

Unique Custom Home For Sale ACREAGE â&#x153;§ 5.36 Acres Perimeter Fenced â&#x153;§ 48â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x36â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Barn with Pasture â&#x153;§ Private Well, In Ground Sprinklers â&#x153;§ Water Rights to Year Round Creek Only Feed 6 Months a Year (/-% â&#x153;§ Open Floor Plan â&#x153;§ Environmentally Friendly, Built to Conserve Energy Year Round â&#x153;§ Lots of Windows, Breathtaking Views! â&#x153;§ 2 Bedrooms; Knotty Pine Master with Doors Opening to Full View of Creek, Walk-in Closet with Stain Glass Doors â&#x153;§ 2 Full Baths, Master has Custom Tile with Specialized Turtles â&#x153;§ Huge Maintenance Free Trek Deck

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Tri-Cities, WA, Vicki 509-551-0551 Deer Park, WA 509-276-9862 Mini Acres Riding School, Spokane, WA Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655

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Pasco, WA, Laura Berg 509-308-6973 Mini Acres Riding School, Spokane, WA Deer Park, WA 509-466-2225 Tri-Cities, WA, Cindy Faith 206-395-8327 Deer Park, WA 509-276-9862 Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655 Pomeroy, WA Republic, WA Northwest Trails, Deer Park,WA

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Mini Acres Riding School, Spokane, WA WA State Horse Park, Cle Elum 877-635-4111 TBD, Dave 509-627-5834 Pasco, WA 509-531-0494 Deer Park, WA 509-276-9862 Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655 Melody Riders Saddle Club, Chewelah, WA LaGrande, OR, Heather 509-947-7792 Republic, WA Medical Lake, WA 509-891-7036 Franklin Cty Saddle Club, Pasco, WA Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655

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Mini Acres Riding School, Spokane, WA Deer Park, 509-276-9862 s Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655 Medical Lake, WA 509-891-7036 Republic, WA Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655 Chilliwack, BC Canada Springdale, WA 509-926-3642

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Coeur d’Alene, ID 208-765-4969 Medical Lake, WA 509-891-7036 Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655 Republic, WA Rathdrum, ID 208-755-8655

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SASHA Open House 4th Annual Fun Ride BCHW National Trails Day Ride Franklin Cty Saddle Club Summerfest NCR-Sacammano’s Friday Night Lights Open Performance Horse Show Series BCHW Spring Creek Campout & Ride Wildwind Daze Show Series #1 Victory Riders Columbia Basin Reiners Show & Clinic Kootenai County Saddle Club Playday

JULY 2013 13 13-14 14 19-21 20 26 26-28 27-28

SASHA Open House NCR-Sacammano’s Kootenai County Saddle Club Playday Victory Riders Wildwind Horse Show Series #2 Friday Night Lights PAALH Canadian National Show Cowgirl Up

AUGUST 2013 2-4 3-4 16 17 18

N. Idaho Fair Open Horse Show Victory Riders Friday Night Lights Wildwind Daze Show Series #2 Kootenai County Saddle Club Playday

SEPTEMBER 2013 8 20 21 21 21-22 22

Kootenai County Saddle Club Playday Friday Night Lights Wildwind Horse Show Series #3 O-Mok-See NCR-Sacammano’s 4D Jackpot Barrel Race

OCTOBER 2013 4-5 5-6

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Think Outside The Box. Put A Gentle, friendly Gypsy Vanner foal in your barn next year for a $500 breeding fee. 509/9918107

Buying Horses, Gentle Riding Horses, will your horses be killed for human or dog food? No absolutely not, we do not kill horses for profit. Well trained horses with good manners always have a good home. If they do not, seems like they end up at a horse sale, & sometimes in the slaughter pen. If Gene Rucker buys your horses, they will be assigned to a trainer, then go through Gene Rucker’s Safety & Gentle Family Horse Training program, then shown by appointment & matched to the proper rider, then placed with new family to love & ride them. That makes a happy horse & rider. Don’t let selling your horse become a nightmare. I have families waiting for the right horses. Call today, we can only buy a few to put through our program. Paying cash, same location 40 years, Usk, WA, email generucker@potc.net Call 509/990-3398. Check us out at www.gentlefamilyhorses.com

Lee’s Quarter Horses Since 1978; breeding, sales, training. Standing AQHA black stallion, Peppys Montana Lena; also AQHA sorrel stallion, Wimpys Little Cody. 208/699-8261 Plummer

11 Year Old Gaited Gelding, Reg. racking horse, bay 15h, intermediate rider, herd reduction, $1200 or best offer. 509/2260582 Otis Orchards

Northwest Trails Boarding Happy healthy horses. Excellent care, recommended by Deer Park Vet Clinic. Catering to those who really care for their horse’s well being. Large, lighted arena, three round pens, large paddocks & pastures with shelter. Endless miles of beautiful trail riding. Natural Horsemanship training & lessons available, friendly, helpful atmosphere. www.northwest-trails.com 509/2766345 Deer Park

Gypsy Mare And Her 1-1/2 Year Old niece. You will not find more intelligent, sweet, beautiful horses. They have lots of feathers. One black & white 6 year old and one black with white socks & blaze. My declining health affords you the chance to own a Gypsy. Call Mary 509/935-4524 Chewelah

‡,  Reg. Half Arab Mare, Chestnut, 7, 6 months professional training, could show Western or Hunter with experienced rider. 509/276-2605 Colbert Great Horse For Beginner, Spent 2 months giving trail rides at Camp Spalding last summer, bay, Reg. half Arab mare, $750. 509/276-2605 Colbert

 "6 , Large Selection Of Warmbloods (Hanoverian, Rhinelanders, Oldenburgs) for sale at realistic prices. Stallion service, lessons program & premier boarding facility. www.cocolallacreeksporthorses.com or 208/683-3255

",- World Class Andalusian/PRE Horses. All horses registered in Spanish Stud book. Breeding, all disciplines. All Nat. championship stock. Web page is www.jackassmtranch.com Facebook Jackass Mountain Ranch Crown J Horses. 509/266-4226 11 Year Old Chestnut Gelding: Wrangler has been shown 4H & open, English or Western, does not do cows, good for intermediate rider (no beginners). Needs to go, just sitting around. Make reasonable offer- to good, approved home only. Othello 509/989-2605 email: jttolley@hotmail.com

", Spokane Morgan Club, Get A Free membership! See stallions at stud & quality horses for sale, event photos & memberships online. www.spokanemorganclub.org or 509/796-2140

* /Paint Gelding, Swift & Strong, Goes anywhere, 20 years old, prefers human companionship, $450 or best offer. 509/2760648 North Spokane

Awesome Family Horse, Small Quarter type mare that anyone can ride, 7 years old, $550 or best offer. 509/276-0648 North Spokane

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Horse Boarding At Three Knights Stables across the street from Farragut State Park in Athol, Idaho. Indoor riding arena. Please call or e-mail to inquire about prices and availability. 208/683-0372 or threeknightsstables@gmail.com

Excellent Quality Reg. AQHA & APHA horses for sale. Also standing three awesome stallions at stud. Please visit our website for details, www.CSPaintQuarterHorses.com 509/220-7712 Elk

Horse Boarding, Close In South, auto heated water, locked tack room, outdoor arena, round pen, trails. Trailer parking, quality hay, excellent care, reasonable costs. 509/731-4086

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Spring Is A Good Time To Overseed Or re-seed pastures & hayland. I have a no-till seeder or regular type. Estimates gladly given. Call Larry 509/448-2798 Spokane

Horse Property: 15 Minutes From downtown Spokane, 1/2 block from Riverside State Park, provides acres of free riding trails. 4 Bedroom, 3 bath home, 50x60 shop/ barn. Sherry Coleman, DeCaro & Associates, 509/230-0827

Show Horse Stable Groom/ Assistant Trainer. Full time, year round. Feed horses morning & afternoon, clean stalls, groom horses, assist with training horses to drive, and ride young horses. Work finished horses for show. Travel with trainer to horse shows on the West Coast. Must live on the farm. Horse experience required. $1500 month DOE, includes apartment, utilities, Sat TV. Please e-mail resume to headbucko@gmail.com Visit our website for further information about our stable, www.MorrisStables.com

/ Ă&#x160;EĂ&#x160;/, ,Horse-Drawn Wagon For Sale. Road ready, seats 6-9, pneumatic tires, spring seats with backs, boat top cover, lots of storage, transports in pickup bed! Team or single, $1200 or best offer. 509/226-0582 Otis Orchards 4-H Horse Leadersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Tack Swap Is moving to spring! Saturday, April 20 in North Arena of KC Fairgrounds. Bring consignments Friday, April 19, noon to 6:30pm. Contact Joy at 208/818-4222 for information Will Rogers Saddle Co. Stop In Today For your best deal on a saddle! Little Buck Series dates: April 7th & April 28th at Fairview Stables. Applications available in store or we can email them to you. Pony Package, saddle, bridle, halter & pad for $225. All grooming products, 15% off. We have Show chaps in stock now, working chinks & we can special order Rodeo chaps. Buy, sell, trade. Become our friend on Facebook for daily deals! www.willrogerssaddle.com 509/466-0106 Mead

/,  Ă&#x2030; -/,1 /" Training, Lessons, Clinics. Call Gerry Cox, Mountain House Stables, 509/6851977. www.MountainHouseStables.com or www.youtube.com/gcoxalaska

10 Acres Level Farmland, With Well, 15 GPM, 3 miles north of Deer Park, power & phone up front at paved road, $58,000. 509/233-2010

Rocking 7-H Horse Training, sales, & consultation. Quality & honest work. Now taking new clients! Please call Garret & Aaron Hammer at 509/860-3410 Deer Park or visit http://rocking7h.wix.com/rocking7h

11 Acre Horse Setup, 3 Bedroom, 3 bath, Spokane, 3000 sq.ft., $249,900. Call Farrah 509/280-9591 Wild West Realty www.wild-west-realty.com

NIDHMA 7th Annual Driving Clinic, May 18 and 19 at Paradise Stables in Moscow. Contact Joy 208/818-4222, jcrupper@yahoo. com, or Cinda 208/818-5815 for entry information. $50 plus membership

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/,  Ă&#x2030; -/,1 /" We Can Start Your Ranch Roping Horse, develop confidence in your dressage horse & train solid trail horses; Common sense training with Rob Dotts & Sally Shepard, a team of trainers with more than 45 years of experience; no gimmicks used, just good horsemanship. Northwest Trails, Deer Park 509/276-6345 Wendy Murdoch Clinic, May 24-27 At Northwest Trails, Deer Park, WA. Open to all disciplines, $575/rider, space limited. Contact Marnie 509/262-8467 or jvcougar1@msn.com www.murdochmethod.com Time To Spring Forward With Ann Kirkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s #1 Requested Clinic, April 19-20-21 at Four Mound Prairie Bison Ranch. Before you hit the trail or arena, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s get tuned-up & ready! Friday Night Round Pen Demo, 4pm-7pm, $50. Saturday/ Sunday Ground Work, in the saddle, exercises & trail obstacles, $150 each/ day. Corrals, $7 day. Free camping. Contact Ann Kirk, 509/292-2475 or register on-line at www.AnnKirk.com Start off the year with confidence, safety & Sensible Horsemanship. Seven Mile Area, Spokane. Susan Rae, 509/991-4818

Horseshoeing, Over 30 Years Of experience! Call Chad Gundlach. 509/3256549 Dale Stoller Horseshoeing, Trims starting at $35 for minis & saddle horses, shoes starting at $80 for full set of shoes for saddle horses. Serving the eastern Washington & northern Idaho area, but willing to travel to extended areas, able to work with lameness issues, 5 years experience on various disciplines of horses. Graduate of MSU Farrier program. 701-2602213 Farrier Service, Over 30 Years Experience shoeing top horses. Able to take care of all horseshoeing needs. For the very best in hoof care, call Lovell Fink 509/2760450 Natural Barefoot Trimming & Hoof care, Mike Clark, N.H.C.P. 509/9365555 www.freedomhorseslive.webs.com Facebook us at Freedom Horses

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HALF-PAGE .......................................................................................... $85 ONE-FOURTH PAGE ....................................................................... $58 BUSINESS CARD / ONE-EIGHTH PAGE ............................. $37 HORSE FOR SALE ........................................................................... $37 WEANLING/YEARLING SHOWCASE .................................... $37 Additional Options FULL COLOR on any size ad .............................................................. $35 BANNER ADS Display advertising on our website, per month............ $12

VERTICAL

235 $ INSIDE FRONT COVER 147 BACK COVER (includes color) ........................................................$200 INSIDE BACK COVER .................................................................$147 CENTER FOLD . ..............................................................................$280 FULL PAGE ........................................................................................$125 (includes half page on page 2, color & internet) ........................................

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On-Line Ads/ Banner Ads

We now offer on-line banner ads on our very popular website, www.horse-previews.com. We receive thousands of unique visitors each month. We can design and upload a banner ad using information from your print ad.

Distribution

$4.50 for 25 words or less. Mailed in ads are accepted with your good check. Or telephone in your ads with your credit card, 509-922-3456 or 1-800-326-2223.

Over 7200 copies of Horse Previews are distributed quarterly in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana and British Columbia. Pick up your FREE copy early at your western, tack, feed, farm & horse supply stores. Distribution is the first Thursday of January, April, July and October. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a distribution point.

Electronic Ad Submission

Special Position

Classified Advertising

We accept ads electronically in .pdf format. Please ensure that all photographs are 160dpi and balanced for newsprint output. Please ensure color ads are CMYK. If you have any questions about electronic files, please call us. e-mail the files to: horsepreviews@exchangepublishing.com

All ads are positioned run of paper (ROP) at standard rates, without preference. Ads requesting premium or specific position other than ROP will incur an additional 15% charge.

Deadline

Ads must be reserved by the 15th of the preceding month to be published in the next quarterly

BUSINESS CARD

magazine. We are often able to accept ads a few days after the 15th, so please contact us if you require extra consideration.

Electronic Edition

Portions of Horse Previews Magazine are distributed electronically on the internet the first Thursday of every January, April, July & October. Our web site can be found at: www.horse-previews.com You can also contact us via e-mail: horsepreviews@exchangepublishing.com

Subscriptions

$ 10 per year United States; $14 per year Canada; $20 per year International. Payment in advance.

Payment by your personal check or money order must accompany all mailed in advertisements. Please type or print your ad neatly. We are not responsible for accuracy from handwritten copy. Horse Previews will not be responsible for misinformation, misprints, typographical errors, etc., herein contained. We reserve the right to edit, alter, or refuse any advertising or articles for publication. Neither Horse Previews nor its advertisers intends prejudice because of age, creed, disability, origin or sex. Reproduction without permission is prohibited. All rights reserved ©2010 Horse Previews Magazine, P.O. Box 427, Spokane, WA 99210-0427. Revised Jan. 2013

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