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The Ranch Event 2011

Friday, Saturday, Sunday - July 22, 23, 24

Steve Rother

Ann Kirk Van Hargis

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Julie Jené


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On Our Front Cover

For The Love of the Horse Let’s Talk About Herpes.............................. 6 Strides in Research for Equine Herpesvirus Funded by Morris Animal Foundation ...... 14 Life with Blue Eyed Wonders ~ “Wondering About Horses of a Different Color� .......... 16 Equine Allergy Management through Antioxidants and Digestive Support ......... 20 Ann Kirk Sensible Horsemanship Improving Your Serpentines ..................... 24 Purina Introduces New Feed for Miniature Horses & Ponies ...................................... 32 On The Edge of Common Sense by Baxter Black ~ “Donkey Dressage� ..... 36


Advertiser Index ...............................................45 Advertising Rates ..............................................46 Calendar of Events ............................................34 Classified Advertising........................................41 Clubs & Organizations ................................30-31

Horse Previews Magazine Quarterly Schedule All Breeds Always Included! JANUARY - 1st Quarter Issue APRIL - 2nd Quarter Issue JULY - 3rd Quarter Issue DECEMBER - 4th Quarter Issue EDITOR Helen V. Boyd-Schwartz SALES & ADMINISTRATION Donna Eslick PRODUCTION Sharon Carroll Cale Clute Patrick McHale Deborah Simpson PUBLISHER Exchange Publishing OFFICE LOCATION: W. 304 Third Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201 CONTACT DETAILS: 4EL   s    Fax: 509-455-7940 Mail: PO Box 427, Spokane, WA 99210 horsepreviews@exchangepublishing.com www.horse-previews.com

Ride The West - THE Ranch Event


kay Folks! It’s been a dreary weather Spring, the virus has taken it’s toll on horses, people and events, and the economy is just not where we would like to see it. Aren’t you just about ready for something big and inviting that involves those animals that you love the most that won’t put a hole in your wallet? We postponed Ride the West last year because of Mom and Family, and this year we started out guns-a-blazin’, and then all of a sudden it’s like the bottom fell out! Well we’re here to tell you that we STILL have the programs in play, we STILL have the trainers and clinicians coming, and we STILL want to hold the Clinics and Trail Competitions so that means that we STILL want to see your smiling faces at Ride the West, THE Ranch Event Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 22-23-24 at the Four Mound Prairie Bison Ranch just Northwest of Spokane in the Seven Mile Area. Yes, horse entries are down‌but that’s to be expected. We respect anyone that decides to keep their horses home, they are your pride and joy, your investment, and a lot like your own children! If you’re not comfortable taking them off your homeplace, the next best thing then is to come and enjoy everything else that the Show has to offer! Learn something new in training or horse care, find that new bling or a holistic treatment for your equine friend, eat some BBQ, take a Horse & Wagon Ride or a trip into the Bison Range and get up close & personal with the Buffalo!! Camp over for the weekend. Sit around the campfire. Bring your guitar. Make some new friends and spend time with your old friends! Relax‌it’s rumored that the Back Country Horseman are going to set up a Wilderness Camp Shower and for a small donation‌you can even be clean for the whole weekend!!! There’s Cowboy Breakfast, Cowboy Church, Prizes to enter to win, and a beautiful Court’s Custom Saddle from Van Hargis that you can support our Scholarship Fund with by purchasing tickets! We have some terrific new vendors like

Many Miles Designs, Sorella Leather Ware, Blue Waters Youth Ranch and Porta-Grazer along with some old favorites like Huseby Custom Boots, The Roundup and Machias Jerky, Shepherd’s Way Rescue and Orphan Acres. We’ve reduced vendor space to only $150 for a 10x10 this year, and our admission price is only $5 day, Kids 6 & under are Free. If you are comfortable bringing your horses, and we hope that by the end of July everyone is feeling much better about the situation, we have TWO spectacular Trail Competitions. Our ACTHA Ride, a 6 mile, 6 obstacle ride for the more relaxed trail rider is Saturday. Our 5th Annual XTreme Trail Competition with 16 obstacles & a whole lot more action is on Sunday. Cash, Prizes, Chinks, Buckles and more are up for top riders. You can also take advantage of our “Ride with the Pros� Series with Van Hargis, Steve Rother and Ann Kirk. These clinics are open to horse & riders as well as audience participation and we have everything from “Fix the Problem� to “Ranch Horse Versatility� to choose from. Add in our newest clinician Julie Jene’ TT.E.A.M. Practitioner, Back Country Wilderness Camp Clinics, Vet Talk and so much more and you have a real Horseman’s Dream Weekend! Tickets for the Friday Night “Ride with the Stars Scholarship Event� Catered BBQ and Trainer Performance are $20 at the door. If you prefer, you can just pay the regular $5 admission and come in for the evening without the Dinner/Meet & Greet/Photos. We’re adding new people and events every week. We have some pretty incredible Farms, Ranches, Businesses, Clubs and Horse Owners in the Pacific Northwest. Let’s all get together and support our Horse Industry. We still have space for a few more volunteers, demo horses and exhibitors. Call or e-mail for all the details. Look up www.ridethewest.net and check us out on Facebook! Let us know that you’re going to be there. We’ll see you later this month at Ride The West - The Ranch Event! Susan Rae, Event Manager


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39th Annual

Inland Empire Celebration

at the Spokane Interstate Fair & Expo Center Co-hosted by IETWHBEA & Tennessee WIN

July 30 & 31

The Tennessee Walking Horse The Greatest Horse on Earth! Judge - Chris Messick, PRIDE Local horse and schooling classes - NEW this year Model, Versatility, Pleasure and Performance Classes SPONSORS

Complimentary Exhibitor’s Breakfast and BBQ on Saturday!


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by Dr. Misty Rhett


Let’s Talk About Herpes‌


s the newly hired associate veterinarian at McKinlay and Peters Equine Hospital, I would like to take a moment to thank Dr. McKinlay, Dr Peters, the MPEH staff, and MPEH clientele for welcoming me into the community. I graduated from WSU in 2005, completed a one-year internship at Idaho Equine Hospital in 2006 and became certified in animal chiropractic in 2011. It has been an interesting initial two weeks at MPEH as we have all been highly concerned with equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1) and its potential to become equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM). Recent cases of EHV-1 and EHM have been diagnosed in horses that attended the National Cutting Horse Association western national championship which took place in Ogden, Utah April 29th – May 8th, 2011. As of June 2nd there

have been a total of 84 horses diagnosed with EHV-1/EHM, 58 of those horses were at the Ogden show and the other cases were exposed to horses that were at the show. Ten states have been involved: AZ, CA, CO, ID, NM, NV, OK, OR, UT, and WA. Twelve horses have died or been euthanized. EHV-1 is a virus that is ubiquitous in most horse populations, world wide. In fact, 90% of horses have been exposed by the time they are 2 years old. EHV-1 has the ability to cause outbreaks of respiratory disease, late gestation abortions, foal death and neurologic disease. The neurologic form, which was diagnosed in Ogden, is referred to as EHM. It is not uncommon to see the respiratory disease and abortions and we routinely vaccinate against these forms. The current concern is the 10% of EHV-1 horses that go on to develop EHM when the virus migrates to the central nervous system. The risk factors for EHM are unclear at this time. EHV-1 has the potential to be highly contagious and can spread through aerosol transmission, horse-to-horse contact, and fomites (such as contaminated hands, clothes, boots, tack, and feed). The incubation period for EHV-1 is about 1-2 days with a fever that typically spikes twice (biphasic fever) over the next 10 days. Other clinical signs include nasal discharge and coughing. The incubation period for EHM is about 8-12 days (usually after the 2nd febrile episode) and clinical signs






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Jed McKinlay, dvm Bob Peters, dvm Misty Rhett, dvm Certified in Animal Chiropractic

American Association Of Equine Practitioners

 E x c l u s i v e C a r e Fo r Yo u r H o r s e  Serving the Inland Northwest since 1993 — with 45 years combined experience. We provide quality, compassionate care for horses.

Sports Medicine—


* Digital Radiography * Lameness Exams * Diagnostic Blocks * Ultrasound Diagnostics * Video Endoscopy

* Embryo Transfers * Semen Freezing & Storage * Shipped Semen (cooled & frozen) * Reproductive Evaluations * Stallion Collection Training



* Power Dentistry * Tooth Extractions * Periodontal Procedures * Portable Stocks

* Chiropractic Adjustments * Pre-purchase Exams * Herd Health * Immunizations * Fecal Evaluations

Surgery— * Angular Limb Deformities * Ovariectormies (Spay Mares) * Cryptorchid Castrations

* Regional Limb Perfusions * Skin Grafts * Neurectomies

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include ataxia/ incoordination, hind-end weakness, loss of tail tone, urine dribbling, lethargy and recumbancy. EHM can be fatal and the prognosis depends on the severity of clinical signs and duration of recumbancy. There is no specific vaccination for EHM and vaccinating with an EHV-1 vaccine is controversial. It is the general consensus that vaccinating decreases clinical signs (nasal discharge, coughing) and reduces viremia, which will therefore decrease spread and EHM. Some suspect that increasing immunity to EHV-1 may predispose the horse to developing EHM. This is controversial but does make it a risk-based decision to vaccinate. Treatment is non-specific and largely consists of supportive care, such as fluids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as banamine). Anti-viral drugs may be beneficial during the febrile phase, prior to the neurologic phase. Horses can shed the virus anywhere from one week to over 21 days after they are no longer showing any clinical signs of disease. Under ideal environmental circumstances the

VIRUSCANSURVIVEFORDAYSBUTISGENERALLYONLYVIABLEFOR days on the typical farm. Horses that get the virus and recover can shed the virus throughout their life spans during times of stress, with or without showing clinical signs. If you suspect your horse has EHV-1/EHM please contact your veterinarian and monitor the rectal temperature of all horses that have been exposed to the suspect horse. A horse is considered febrile if it is >101.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Your veterinarian can test your horse via a nasal swab and blood work. Isolation and biosecurity are extremely important to stop the spread of this disease. We are here to help if you have questions! Dr. Misty Rhett Additional information can be found at the following web sites www.aaep.org/health_articles_view.php?id=222 www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/nahss/equine/ www.aaep.org/ehv/htm

Jed McKinlay, DVM Bob Peters, DVM Misty Rhett, DVM   s   Email: Info@mpevh.com www.McKinlayPetersEquine.com

Horse Training, Lessons & Clinics All breeds, most disciplines Arabian Stallion service

Kids Clinic in Pullman: September 24 Horsemanship Clinic in Gold Bar, WA: July 16 & 17 Horsemanship for the Trail: October 8






July 2011

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For Questions or For More Information, Please Contact Horse Sale Manager: Tyler Morgan,


Owners: Gary & Rhonda Miller - 541-567-6649 PO Box 1671, Hermiston OR 97838 Northwest Livestock Co. Exit 180 on I-84 (Westlund Rd. Exit) Hermiston, OR

For Complete Catalog, Entry Forms, Directions and Hotel Accommodations available at:


RIDE THE WEST The Ranch Event 2011 Join us for a HORSEMAN’S DREAM WEEKEND. Friends, Family and a Good Ol’ Fashioned Cowboy Gathering!! There will be lots to see, lots to do and here’s a little more information…


Training Clinics with our Clinicians for Horse & Rider - Audit Free with paid admission to the Ranch Event

4pm-8pm 12pm-3pm 3pm-6pm 10am-1pm 9am-12pm 1pm-4pm

Thurs. July 21 Sat. July 23 Sat. July 23 Sun. July 24 Sat. July 23 Sun. July 24

Ann Kirk “Sensible Solutions to Trail Riding” Ann Kirk “Sensible Solutions” Indoor Van Hargis “The Versatile Ranch Horse” Indoor Van Hargis “Ranch Sorting/Cow Work” Indoor Steve Rother “Excel with Horses” Part 1 Indoor Steve Rother “Excel with Horses” Part 2 Indoor

Horse & Rider ............ $150 Horse & Rider .............. $50 Horse & Rider ............ $150 Horse & Rider ............ $150 Horse & Rider ............ $150 Horse & Rider ............ $150

Note: Register for both Part 1 and Part 2 of “Excel with Horses” for $250. Great Deal!!! In Honor of Susan Rae’s Mother, Helen Inman, who passed away in 2009, Van Hargis has opened an opportunity for us to start a Scholarship Fund in her name. This Scholarship will be given to a graduating 2012 High School Senior pursuing a career in the Ag Field. You can purchase tickets for this Saddle by contacting us now, or buy your tickets at the Show - $5 each or 3/ $10. Winner to be drawn at Ride The West - The Ranch Event on Sunday July 24th, 2011. 16” Courts Custom Colt Starting Saddle with Rawhide Covered Fiberglass Reinforced Tree, Semi QH Bars & Gullet, Rough Out Seat, Double Rigged, Rawhide Covered Stirrups, Basket Weave Stamp, Cut-Away Skirt, Molded Fenders, Flank & Belly Cinch, Wt. 40#. Made in TEXAS at Court’s Saddlery. Help support our Scholarship Fund! Even if you don’t ride it, you could always sell it!!!! MSR $2400 Thank You!!!!

Rock N’ Pine Belgians

2009 XTreme Trail Winners Talea & Smarty w/ Will Rogers

16” Courts Custom Colt Saddle

Trail Riding on the Bison Range

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RIDE THE WEST The Ranch Event 2011 July 22 - 24 Four Mound Prairie Bison Ranch 7 Mile Area, Spokane, WA

See It All Just 5 Bucks/Day • Bring Your Own Lawn Chairs, Limited Seating Student Clinics/Trail Events - Additional Entry Fees for Horses/Riders

ANNOUNCING the addition of…Julie Jene’s Certified T.T.E.A.M. Practitioner

Steve Rother,


Francesca & Her Trick Mini

Van Hargis,


Ann Kirk,


Julie Jené


Helen A. Inman Scholarship Fundraiser, Friday Evening, July 22

“Friday Night With The Stars”

6pm $20 Admission, includes catered BBQ, Trainer Performances, Q&A, Meet and Greet with Photos

Other Events: Sat. July 23 5th XTreme Trail Competition Sun. July 24 with Will Rogers Championship Buckle

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I was leaning on the corral wistfully watching my herd of white horses, when my perlino Quarter Horse stallion, Commander, sauntered up to me. Most horses, walk, trot, canter or gallop, but Commander saunters. I guess when you have a horse that talks you can expect them to just be different in other ways too! “I bet you’re standing there wondering which mare I should breed next.� Commander commented as his blue eyes intently checked over the mare herd. No hello, no hi, no other salutation but right to the point of where his interest lies. I smiled. Commander may be unique as a white, blueeyed perlino stallion that can talk, but he is just like EVERY stallion I know in where his thoughts dwell! Mares are always at the top of the list! “Actually, Commander, I was wondering how to explain cremellos and perlinos to people. These genetically different horses are still misunderstood.� I turned to look at him, wondering if he was even listening. “Well just don’t “wonder� about it! Tell them! I’m sure there are many mares out there that need to know just how special we are and the special babies that we can help them produce!� No conceit here, I thought. People have wondered about these white, blue-eyed horses for years! Many times when a mare delivered a surprise

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Equine Allergy Management through Antioxidants and Digestive Support Allergies are an abnormal response of the immune system when the horse’s body reacts to a normally harmless substance in the environment, such as dust, pollen, substances in feed, mold, insect bites or injections. Almost anything can trigger an allergic reaction, which can range from mild and annoying to sudden and life-threatening, if not reversed. Sensitivity to allergy triggers can contribute to chronic inflammatory responses throughout the body. Allergy symptoms vary, but may include; respiratory problem, itching or burning skin, teary, itchy or swollen eyes, coughing, digestive issues, hives, hair loss and itching of the nose or mouth. Nutritional support in the form of antioxidant and digestive aid can help diminish symptoms and in some cases, strengthen the immune system enough to prevent the allergic response the trigger. Jack Grogan, Certified Nutritionist and Chief Science Officer for Uckele Health & Nutrition, identifies these natural solutions and how they work. Grogan explains that phytonutrients are a relatively new class of natural compounds showing tremendous value in controlling inflammation and its negative effect on equine health, “Hundreds of plants naturally produce these compounds, known as flavonoids, carotenoids, polyphenolics and anthocyanins, to protect themselves from oxidative damage. These protective substances are antioxidants that give plants and fruits their color.” Citrus fruits, grapes, berries, and green,

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Ann Kirk’s IMPROVING YOUR SERPENTINES July 2011 is here and I trust you are enjoying your summer thus far. You survived another winter and the long, wet, cold spring so hopefully it is sunshine and warm days for a little while. So let’s add some more steps in the making of your ideal horse that has come so far already. The last training article I wrote, I explained how to teach your horse to follow its nose and give to the bit at a walk. If you followed my steps, your young (or old) horse has developed a wonderful soft feel in the bit as you pick up the rein and ask it to change directions. Your horse may have started out with its head rather high, especially if you are working on an older riding horse, but as you continued to wait for the give, you saw the horse lower its head, soften its neck and relax. So this month, I would like to advance to the trot which will improve the softness and head position even more. If your horse is new and you have not trotted yet, let me explain how I start my young horses trotting. This has worked well for me and they learn to advance with incidence. When I feel he goes forward good off my legs and understands the serpentines from a walk, I will go back to the ground for a short session to reestablish the go forward cue into a trot. I hook a lead into his bit or use his reins and

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2nd Thursday & 4th Saturday, Legacy Farms, Loon Lake,WA 3rd Saturday of every month, Kennewick, WA Deary, ID Meets 1st Monday each month, Moses Lake, WA 1st Monday of each month droversjrrodeo.org for meeting dates Call for meeting times Call for information on meeting dates 3rd Wednesday monthly, any breed welcome 3rd Tuesday of every month Call for Volunteer Training Information Nyssa, OR, yearly ride Every Wednesday. Location TBA Third Monday monthly, Moses Lake Municipal Airport 2nd Tuesday monthly, Heron Community Center, Heron, MT Clinics throughout the Inland Northwest Please check our website for current info & meeting schedule For info on Open & Novice Barrel Races: Monthly Meetings Perkins at Mission & Argonne, July 14, Oct. 16, Jan 15 Last Thursday of month 6pm at Perkins on Mission & Argonne 3rd Wednesday of the month Monthly Meetings - time and place vary 3rd Sunday, every other month - 3pm, Timber Creek Cafe Bi-monthly Meetings 1st Tuesday monthly, Nov through March Monthly meetings, contact us for location. Spokane, WA Meetings - call or e-mail for information. JWPWR.org Monthly, Thunderhead Farm, Moscow, ID Go to website for info www.kcsaddleclub.org Monthly meetings, 1st Tuesday in Clarkston 1st Thursday of each month, Chewelah WA, 7pm 2nd Wednesday monthly 1st Wednesday monthly, 6pm. 1890 S. Main, Lebanon, OR 3rd Wednesday monthly, 7pm, Fish, Wildlife Park, Missoula, MT Monthly meetings alternating between Missoula & Helena Bruce Olso, 45 S. 1100 E. - American Fork, UT 84003 Meets 2nd & 4th Thursday in Federal Way, WA Call for meetings and race dates For more information and race dates, see our website

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(2) Reg. Appy Fillies, Both 2 Year olds, ready for training, $1000 each, or best offer. Both tall & stout, well bred. For more information call or email. 208/875-1404. oldriverranch@moscow.com

Twin Black Arabian Geldings Need A good home, 6 years old, very sweet, size of large ponies, 1 has been started under saddle, would make great cart horses, good home a must, price negotiable, they are well taken care of & loved, we are retiring & need to get down in numbers. 208/4482548 www.TimberRidgeArabians.com Priest River

America’s Oldest Breed. Morgan Stock for sale and stallion service. 208/476-7221, Cavendish, or www.creamridgemorgans.com

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 "6 , Straight Egyptian Arabian Breeding package. (4) SE mares and one black SE stallion. All are breeding age and in great health. We are retiring. These are all wellknown bloodlines. $12,000, some terms. Great home with people experienced with Arabian horses a must. 208/448-2548. www.timberridgearabians.com. Not all horses shown on website. Email for more photos: cathy@hughes.net

Registered Black 1/2 Arabian 1/2 Paint, 15.2 H 10 year old mare, gentle, easy to handle and work with, always been well cared for, healthy and no bad habits, had 30 days training little over a year ago, handled consistently but not ridden, she will need refresher courses in riding dept. will offer fair price to right home or will consider any reasonable offer, for more info. e mail bmorrisg@wildblue.net or call 509/ 991-7474 or 509/465-0574

Championship Breeding, Shadows Khemosabi # 0582043 is 10 year old 15.2 H chestnut mare with flaxen mane and tail, she’s classy with tons of potential, big body powerhouse with great attitude and athletic ability , she is exceptionally sweet and wants to please, had 30 day professional. training a year ago, but have only been on her handful of times since, she has been great every time just needs some time and consistency, although this mare has nothing but kindness in her she is only greenbroke and should have someone with experience, more information bmor-risg@wildblue.net 509/991-7474 or 509/465-0574

Large Selection Of Warmbloods (Hanoverian, Rhinelanders, Oldenburgs) for sale at realistic prices. 3 Stallions at stud. www.cocolallacreeksporthorses.com or 208/683-3255

",- Too Many Horses. Peruvian Paso Mare, approximately 10 years old with sweet disposition, green broke, unridden 2 years, stands approximately 15.2h, located Fairfield, WA, $600/best offer. Call 509-2832353 9 Year Old, Well Broken Pony, Very gentle & mild mannered, sacrifice for $1000; moving and need to sell ASAP, tack available for sale too. 509/238-5054 Colbert

 /1, Purebred Section A Welsh Ponies, Very flashy driving prospects. 5 year old stallion, smoky palomino, halter broke, he is a ridgling. $350. 5 year old mare, halter broke, very sturdy, bright palomino, white mane and socks, super fancy. $750. $950 for both. 208/610-5162 2011 Bay Or Roan Tobiano AMHR Colt, should be around 34 inches; beautiful head with great conformation & attitude, $350 with payments possible. 509/258-8997 www.purrdcutehimalayans.com Springdale

1 Miniature Donkeys With Extended Pedigrees! Due to health reasons I must sell my small herd of fancy mini-donks! Imported from the Sardina islands, rare brown, sorrel, black colors! Make great pets, and pulling carts & buggies. Great weed eaters! Easy to work with, nice & small! Good selection, sacrifice $250 each. 208-276-3772

* /2008 Halflinger, Percheron/ Paint cross, chestnut pinto filly, 14 HH, halter broke only, $1200 or best offer. 406/8831602

* /"1995 ApHC Mare With Stud Colt By Her side, mare registered in the US & Canada. Colt born 4/19/11, chestnut with blanket & spots, $2000 or best offer. 208/875-1404 Harvard ID oldriverranch@moscow.com.

+1,/ ,Ê",- Beautiful Quarter Horses. World Class bloodlines. Reining, cutting, etc; Hollywood Dunit, Peppy San Badger, Chex My Freckls, Boon Bar, etc. Must sacrifice! Leave message, 509/588-5462. Benton City Percheron Quarter Horse mare, 16 years, 15.2h, very solid, easy keeper. Does everything a great trail horse should. Almost anyone can ride, $1100 or best offer. 509-710-3719 Spokane


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Nice Big Chestnut Gelding, 1/2 Quarter Horse, 1/2 Morgan, very well trained, crosses water, good in brush, catches any- where, extra gentle, 15.1h, 1150 lbs, $1350. 509-926-8276

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

Horse Bedding, Cedar & Pine Shavings, great for stalls. We also have tan cedar bark arena mix. Moore Landscape Materials & Fuel, 509/466-7800 Colbert

2011 Foals: AQHA Sorrel Filly With 4 socks and blaze, excellent conformation $500: ApHC Sorrel roan colt with 4 stockings and blaze, going to be 16hh+ $500; AQHA Dun filly, well bred, free, call for more info; AMHR Bay roan tobiano colt, should be around 34”, very cute $350. 509/ 258-8997 www.purrdcutehimalayans.com Springdale The Grandkids Quit Riding So There’s no sense in keeping them: sacrificing AQHA 2001 sorrel gelding, 15.1 hands, stout, roped off, kid’s gaming horse. Doc Bar, Freckles, Peppy San Badger breeding. Great beginner’s horse, $4000. AQHA 2000 big bay gelding, 15.3 hands, stout, easy keeper, no bad habits, excellent trail horse. Leo, Sun Dunit, Sierra, Hollywood Gold breeding, $3500. 208-660-8554 2002 AQHA Black Mare Possibly In Foal for 2012, 14.2hh, halter broke only, proven broodmare, good conformation, super gentle, UTD on everything, $500. www.purrdcutehimalayans.com 509-258-8997 Springdale AQHA Big 2 Year Olds In Training With Tim McNamee. Ranch Bred, cow work, pleasure. Big Red Dun Gelding, $2000, Big Strawberry Roan Filly $2500, Grulla Gelding $1800. Beautiful Kind Horses, Ridden by Pro. If serious and looking for special horse with chrome and size. Two are big/ tall, one average, all stout, gorgeous. For pictures/ pedigree, 208-289-3401


 , Beautiful Quarter Saddlebred Gelding, 9 years, 16.1 hands, with lovely gaits, lots of potential for trail, dressage, or hunter, likes people, has good ground manners, will do best with experienced rider and consistent work, currently in training, asking $3000. 509/443-2710 or copelandheller@msn.com

Canyon Creek Farms Boarding Special, $100 1st month, 2 barns, indoor/ outdoor arena, plus 1/2 mile track, lessons, training available. 509/631-0731 Newman Lake

4H & FFA Leaders: I Need To Find qualified kids for leasing AQHA or APHA horses, 4H or FFA enrollment required. Meet & greet with herd, horses will choose you. Several kids already winning on leased horses. Call me 541/567-1464 leave message Order Your Hay Now, Large & Small square bales- grass, alfalfa, & alfalfa grass mix. Hege Farms 509/944-9520

Horse Boarding, Separate Stalls & Runs, cleaned daily, quality hay, 2 feedings, heated water, steel fences, trails, pasture, arena. 16 miles north on Hwy 2. Friendly, family atmosphere, references, $200. 509/292-8366

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Horse Boarding, Training & Lessons, indoor arena, outdoor, 80 acres of trails, trailer parking, full care, $225 month. Limited openings. Howells Ranch, Chattaroy 509/496-8084

Supercharge Performance Horses, Training World Champion horses & riders, All Around, Barrel Racing & Colt Starting. Training Specials on now, call for details. Spokane WA 503-313-2763

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Extra Tall 2 Horse Trailer, Great Floor, large tack compartment, nice trailer, but I needed to go to a 4 horse, asking $1950 or best offer. 509-233-8146; 509-863-2824 Loon Lake

Alternative Horsemanship With Samantha Harvey: 3 day Full Immersion Clinic, groundwork, assessment & riding, Sandpoint, ID. June 10th-12th, July 15th-17th, July 29th-31st. www.learnhorses.com 866/904-0111 Hicks Open Market: 12435 W 13th Ave, Airway Heights. Thursday- Sunday 9-4pm. Come in & see us next to Hicks Hardware. Have some tack for sale Quality Heavy Galvanized Panels, shelters, gates, stall fronts, & more; one used 1-5/8” 15 gauge 12’ 5 rail panels, $115 untilgone; factory direct! ID# RC-15318, WA# LUCKYA933DW, Lucky Acres 208/7461228 www.LuckyAcres.net Jason Schaper Colt Company. Breeding, Sales, Training. 509/751-1268, Clarkston. www.schapercoltcompany.com

Will Rogers Saddle Company Has Over 300 new & used saddles in stock! Sale on select saddles, some tack too. Plenty of English saddles available! Now carrying Double J Barrel Saddles. All sizes Crates Reiners & Trail Saddles. Good selection of new & used Barrel Saddles. Used Dale Chavez show saddle, used Crates Arab tree, 16” Tennessean, and more! Come in and see! Buy, sell, trade. www.willrogerssaddle.com 509/466-0106 Mead 1988 2 Horse Slant Trailer With Hay rack on top, 4 new tires, bumper pull, $2650, C & B manufacturer. 509/8931168 Spokane Valley


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Featherlite Model 8533, Big Savings On this 22â&#x20AC;&#x2122; long x6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;7â&#x20AC;? wide x7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; high gooseneck horse trailer, 4 horse slant with 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; short wall dressing room, stock# BC118454, list $24,427, sale $19,940 (includes factory rebate). Cobalt Trailer Sales, 4620 E Trent, Spokane 509-535-2154 www.CobaltTrailer.com Monday- Friday, 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am-3pm

64 Acre Farm! Dreaming Of Moving back to the country? This original farmstead is waiting for you! Solid 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1914 farmhouse, outbuildings, desirable combination of wooded & open land with panoramic view of Eloika Lake! Offered at $625,000 Call Valerie 509/496-6938 www.tourfactory.com/731454

Featherlite Model 9409, Great Deal On this 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; long x6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;7â&#x20AC;? wide x7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; high bumper pull horse trailer, 2 horse slat with 2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; short wall dressing room, stock# BC119971, list $15,539, sale $12,440 (includes factory rebate). Cobalt Trailer Sales, 4620 E Trent, Spokane 509/535-2154 www.CobaltTrailer.com Monday- Friday, 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am-3pm

Gorgeous Country Setting! Well Loved home on 8+ acres with horse set-up, shop area, covered hay storage, frost free spigot, electric fence & more. 4 bedrooms, 2.75 baths, huge family room & country kitchen off covered patio. New roof & paint! 2 wells! Call to see, only $284,700 Mary Ogle 509/999-3949 Exit R.E. North

Old Time Western BBQ And Square dance. The Immaculate Conception Academy for boys is hosting this event on August 28, 2011 from 2pm-9pm on Bodine St., Post Falls, ID. We are now looking for any western performers who would like to show off their talents and/ or organizations, i.e. old-time western music/ singers, square dancers, barrel racing, western dressage, 4H performers, petting zoo, western paraphernalia, dealers, etc. If interested in participating in this fun family event contact Monique at 208/773-9840 or 208/6605588

Wanted: Hanley Saddle, Older Custom saddle has name â&#x20AC;&#x153;Haideeâ&#x20AC;? engraved on the cantle. If you have this saddle, or know about it, please call 208/610-5162

www.HorseSetUp.info 5 Acres Near Deer Park, WA. Builders own custom home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, shop, stables $329,000 Tamarack Realty 509-999-6354

1998 Sundowner 13x16 LQ 32â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 3 Horse slant, mangers, rear tack, mid tack, solar panel, $27,000 or best offer. 509/528-4810. Tri-Cities

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Reg. Icelandic Gelding, 6 Year Old pretty dun & white pinto, very nice, trail horse, smooth, good to shoe, trailer, $3000. 360/797-3326 Port Angeles, WA

/,  Ă&#x2030; -/,1 /" w w w. d o u b l e k h o r s e m a n s h i p . c o m Aliscia Kay, 208/691-6928. Training, (colt starting, trail/show training) lessons, hauling, sales. References available

6 /North Idaho Appaloosa Club Presents Spots of Fun All Breed Open Horse Show, July 9th & 10th, Bonner County Fairgrounds, Sandpoint, Idaho. Classes for everyone, Western, English, Halter, Games. Lots of age groups. Awards for 1st place, ribbons to 6th place. High Point Versatile Horse & Rider, Multiple Hi-Point. Daily raffle drawings. For more information call, 208-265-7286

Jackpot Team Roping, Friday & Saturday Night, July 15 & 16th. Tekoa, Washington. Friday Night sign-up 6:30pm, Rope at 7pm. Saturday Rope at 5pm. Saturday only is a High Money Buckle Roping. Saturday Day Roping Clinic, 9am-Noon (lunch provided). Call or e-mail us for details, 509-2903262 or info@smokinbarrelranch.com Ride The West - â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Ranch Event, July 22, 23, 24, Four Mound Prairie Bison Ranch, Seven Mile Area, Northwest of Spokane. Announcing the addition of Steve Rother EXCELL with Horses, Francesca & her trick pony â&#x20AC;&#x153;Spankyâ&#x20AC;?, Bison Field Tours, Wagon Rides & the BCH Wilderness Camp! Join us for the First Annual ACTHA Ride on Saturday, July 23, our 5th Annual XTreme Trail Competition sponsored by Will Rogers Saddlery on Sunday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Friday Night with the Starsâ&#x20AC;?, with Van Hargis, Annk Kirk & Steve Rother. $20 ticket, catered BBQ, trainer performances, Q&A, Meet & Greet & photos. All proceeds benefit the Helen A Inman Scholarship Fund. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ride with the Prosâ&#x20AC;? Student Clinics with our trainers, $150 horse/ rider. View all the clinics, exhibits, shopping, trail competitions, demos, for one low admission fee of $5 per day. Free parking, dry camping, $10 night. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the Horsemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dream Weekend & a good olâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; fashioned Cowboy Gathering! Vendor space & sponsorships available. Company banner display only $50 weekend. Contact Susan Rae, 509/ 466-9639; susanrae@ridethewest.net Sponsored by The Exchange & Horse Previews Magazine

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Northwest Mounted Shooters Presents the Idaho State Shoot, CMSA Triple Point Qualifier, July 1-3 2011 at Kootenai County Fairgrounds, N-Arena, CDA, Idaho. Horses, Cowboys, Cowgirls & Guns! Shooting begins at 6pm Friday, Saturday 9am, & Sunday 9:30am; Cowboy Mounted Shooting is one of the fastest growing equestrian sports in the nation, mounted contestants compete in this fast action timed event using two .45 caliber single action revolvers, each loaded with five rounds of specially prepared blank ammunition. The Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association has a variety of levels of competition for everyone, ranging from novice levels to the seasoned professional: Free to spectators. For more information www.northwestmountedshooters.com

Horseshoeing- Hot & Cold, On Time! Courteous to horse and owner. Competent! North Spokane, Mt. Spokane, Deer Park, Elk & Colbert. Ken Sterner 509/9545439 Spokane

Horse N Around, July 22- 24. Come Ride and enjoy trails, trees, and open spaces, with people much like yourself, at Horse N Around, an event fundraiser for Latah County Sheriff â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Posse and Appaloosa Museum. Open trail challenge, fun ride, and ACTHA- sponsored ride. For more information and cost, call 208/882-5578 extension 279, www.appaloosamuseum.org Mule Mania Mule & Donkey Show, Chuck Wagon Cooking, Western Vendors, free admission July 14-17, Dayton WA. 208/ 816-8682 or www.MuleManiaDayton.com DonĘźt Forget Deadline is the 15th of the Month

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