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NRHA Open World Champion Leitachic… Truly a Gem! Some horses have a way of making an impression that makes you look twice, then linger, and look again. That perfect mix of beauty, correctness, athletic movement and a kind, trainable disposition. We got lucky. We found one. Proudly introducing Leitachic, World Champion son of Smart Chic Olena out of a daughter of Colonel Freckles. One of the best hidden gems in the country.
His career began as a reined cow horse, winning the 2004 NRCHA Futurity reined work preliminaries, ridden by Bob Avila. While he could excel at any job, he truly shone as a reiner. His last reining show was at the age of 13; he came out bright as ever, scoring an impressive 148.5. That longevity is key. We still meet people that knew him during his show career, and they say: Leitachic has LTE of $38,552, 171.5 “He is a special horse.” “We love that AQHA Performance points, and too stallion.” many championships, high point awards Recently, when a high school rodeo and World Shows to count. He even finalist lost his cutting horse at the placed fourth in the FEI World Reining last minute, Leitachic, stepped out of Masters as a three-year-old. His record retirement to win the cutting in the short speaks for itself. go. He can and does excel at anything you ask of him. Leitachic is standing in Deer Park and Kennewick, WA for 2017. With few offspring of show age, he has proven himself as a sire of cow horses and reiners. Our oldest foals are yearlings, and we already see the same great traits in them that we see in their sire – especially that people-loving disposition.
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On The edge Of COmmOn SenSe by Baxter Black, DVM
Grandpa's Time A friend and I were reminiscing about our old folks. Simple farmers. Life today is more complicated, we observed, more stressful. He talked about his Grandma keepin’ house in the hill country of Texas. Simple, he said. No electricity, no phone, a hand pump outside for water. Saturday was wash day. A big kettle over an open fire, the men sliverin’ homemade lye soap for the kettle. Washin’ clothes in the boiling water and ringin’ 'em out in the gas powered Maytag. Goin’ to church on Sunday. Grandpa choppin’ wood, doin’ chores, whackin’ cedar for spendin’ money. I remember my Dad’s family. Milkin’, cannin’, choppin’ cotton. Grandma lived for 85 years in a house with no runnin’ water. Killin’ a chicken for Sunday dinner. Musicals anytime a fiddler rosined up. Plowin’ with a span of mules. Sellin’ eggs in town for pocket money. Yeah, the good life. I look around at the pressures of farming today and on the surface, it does seem more demanding.
Government programs, environmental considerations, public land use, the EPA, unwanted horses. and the I.R.S. Commitments to home, church, county and country, the Soil Conservation Service, the P.C.A., school board, Stockgrowers Assn., and the Fair Board. Kids with band practice, basketball practice, 4-H meetings, car payments and peer pressure. The constant barrage of national issues that the television insists we be concerned about! But, do we really work harder and worry more than Grandpa did? I ascribe to the Coyote Cowboy Proverb: “Be it work or worry, people expand to fill the vacuum.” Does a family tryin’ to make a livin’ on 180 acres, work or worry less than the C.E.O. of General Motors? Does a migrant worker sleep any easier than the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court? Does the editor/owner of a local newspaper put less effort into his job than the editor of the N.Y. Times? I think it’s probably easier to raise twenty acres of corn today than it was in the old days. Just the hand labor alone would support my statement. But no modern farmer would raise only twenty acres of corn! He expands to fill the vacuum! Gotta justify the machinery! But failure of the crop, regardless of size, kept Grandpa awake at night just like it does us. So, was life less stressful in the good ol’ days? It’s hard to say. Choppin’ wood to heat the house in 1935 required as many hours as it takes to raise the 100 extra acres we have to grow to pay the electric bill. It’s just that a tractor, a plow, a planter, and a combine cost more than an axe. — www.baxterblack.com
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Ann Kirk Sensible Trailer Loading - Part 3 This is the 3rd article in a series. Article 1 was on the principles and pre-requisite control needed for safely loading your horse into the trailer. Article 2 was the actual lesson, ending with having all four feet in the trailer. This Article, I will talk about what to do now that you have your horse in the trailer such as how to tie him safely, close all the dividers and doors and how to unload him without getting him or you hurt. I will also point out some of the avoidance tactics your horse will try and how to correct them. I now have my horse in the trailer, all 4 feet loaded. Assuming I am doing a lesson that doesn’t require me to just get the horse in and close the doors such as evacuating for a fire or such, if the horse wants to back right back out, I don’t try to stop him at first. I can’t out-pull him and pressure on the halter may make him rear. I will let him back all the way out and then cue him back forward to the trailer. I only pause for a few seconds and then cue him to reload all four feet. Again, if he immediately backs out, I don’t overpressure him to stay but I will start kissing as he leaves the trailer and add the whip when his back feet touch the ground. I will keep up this sequence until I can cue him back forward as soon as he starts to leave and he will respond. What I do next depends on the type of trailer I am working with a straight load trailer, the horse obviously needs to unload by backing out. I will help the horse with this step by backing
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assume the horse will be fine with it in the trailer if he doesn’t mind outside. The emotions of being inside this tin can will make him very sensitive to feeling trapped. Go slow. Bring the chain up and just touch one leg and release. If he starts to back out, cue him forward again until he stands. Keep adding and releasing pressure from the butt chain until he doesn’t try to back out when he feels it touch his legs. Up until now, I would not put any feed in the bin as this is a distraction and the horse isn’t focused on the lesson. Also, if the horse is upset, he can choke by grabbing big bites and not chewing well. But now, if you are working alone, as you get ready to actually hook the chain, it is okay to put a few bites into the feeder so you have time to hook the chain and get to the front to hook his head. It is amazing how many horses can or think they can turn around in the small space allowed in a straight-load trailer. Don’t tie him really short. Just enough to keep him from turning his head past his shoulder. Again, do for short periods, unhook his head then his butt chain and unload him. If he is sitting on the butt chain, cue him forward so you don’t have to muscle it. Unload. Reload. Repeat. When tying a horse in slant load, my biggest concern is the horse pulling back before I can get the divider closed. In a stock trailer, you can take the horse in, turn him around and then tie him and it’s easy; but not a slant. So I have to teach him to keep his nose pointed where I need it and not DturnDeven D as I back away. I use my whip to correct his nose turning. If he starts to back out, I will step back forward to D Dhim D forward D cue and start again. The horse will want to move when you do but be persistent and do just a few steps at first.
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Then build it so you can back 4-5 steps away and he will stay put. Correct even 1 step out of place. Next, I will run a 12’-14’ rope with a clip through the tie ring and back along the top of the divider. This way, even as I back away from the horse to get around the divider, I can keep his nose turned where I need it. I don’t pull him too tight but just where the tie strap would hold him. If he should start pulling back, I can just let go and grab him closer to the halter to cue him back into position. I will load him in with his normal lead, hook him to the long line and begin the process. I will just keep advancing him until I can back away while holding the line, get around the divider and close it. I will let him stand for a few while I pet him. Then I will reverse the steps to open the divider, switch back to the regular lead and unload. Repeat, repeat, repeat leaving him loaded for longer and longer periods of time. As for avoidances, a horse can really only go 6 directions. Up and down, forward and back, right and left and various combinations of those 6. So, if the horse goes back, just continue your go-forward cue until he steps forward, no matter how far away from the trailer you get. If he lays down, cue him until he gets up. If he goes up, drive him forward and use the halter to move his hip. Usually, a horse will only go up if you are pulling on his halter to try to get him to go forward in a direction he does not want to go. If the horse swings his hindquarters right away from you, don’t worry about it. As long as you keep your hold short and guide his head towards the trailer, his hindquarters will follow. If his head goes right, bring it back with your hand. If he pulls too hard, put a snaffle bit on him and hook your lead into the bit on the left side. If the horse swings his hindquarters left into you, use the whip lower on the back leg near the hock to correct. Tap fairly hard until he starts to swing back and then quit. If you are standing in the back of the trailer, let him swing as again it doesn’t really matter as long as you have the nose headed the right way. If the horse decides to come left with the front end and run over you, move out of his way until he gets past the trailer. Then immediately use the whip on the front legs below the knees until he backs up a few steps. You will only have to do this a couple of times before he realizes this is not a good escape route. Now, I know, even though it has taken me 3 articles to explain my trailer loading method, it is only an outline of the lesson. There will be lots of questions that were not answered and scenarios that were not addressed. You are welcome to write me and ask. I will do my best to answer. And come join us for our Spring Tune-up Clinic April 21-23. Take care and be safe Ann.
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• Sorry, my GPS batteries have died. • There is no cell phone coverage here. • All these social, unmarked trails are really confusing me. • I heard once that if you are lost head downhill.
• Have you ever camped with your horse at the side of the trail? • I have friends that live up here somewhere, maybe we will stumble upon their place.
• I could have sworn that we were headed south. • Even my horse is confused and he always knows the way • Show some confidence so that the group does not get home. worried. • My husband/wife expects me home for dinner, boy is he/ • Did you bring a flashlight? she going to be disappointed. • If it would stop raining and clear up maybe I could tell • On the next ride we will select a leader familiar with the trail. which direction we are going. • Going cross country at that last junction probably wasn’t • When we get back I am going to take a compass and map reading course. such a good idea. So, do not be discouraged and enjoy the season, but • Now I wish I had packed a bigger lunch. choose your riding partners carefully, and remember you are • Do you know which plants are edible? responsible for getting yourself home. Maybe it is not a good • Do you think we should take a vote as to which way to idea to depend on others! go at the next junction? The Ponderosa chapter of Back Country Horsemen in • I do not think there is a moon tonight.
Spokane helps keep trails open by building and maintaining • It was a blue sky when I left home so the raincoat is in the trails, teaching Leave No Trace and advocating for equestrians. This is all done because we enjoy riding our horses on public truck. land, alone and in groups. If you are interested in learning • I swear John said it was only a two hour ride, if we more about Back Country Horsemen you may contact us at followed his directions. 509-466-2225 or email@example.com or www. pbchw.com — Happy Trails! • I am sorry that I forgot the map. • It looks like I may get a chance to try out my survival gear.
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Not All Horses are Good Citizens Dr. Jed McKinlay, McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital
This may seem an odd title for a Horse Previews article, allow me to explain. In the past decade there have been some major changes in the equine industry. At the end of 2007 all the equine slaughter plants in the USA were closed. There have always been horses that for whatever reason were unwanted or unneeded. Prior to 2008 many were humanely euthanized for use in human consumption. The unwanted issue increased exponentially in 2008 with the close of the slaughter plants. Since then the public has been made keenly aware of the problem. The unwanted horse issue seems to be one for which there is little hope of finding a sustainable solution. But that’s not the focus of our discussion today. These horses come from many walks of life. Some are wild, some are old, some are neglected, some are lame, some are ill behaved, and the list could go on. Today they still end up in sale yards or “kill pens” (as they are sometimes referred to), but rather than being processed in the USA they have to be transported to Canada or Mexico. There are people in the world who consume horse meat. You can buy it in the stores just like beef or poultry or pork. Horse meat is actually really healthy. It’s high in iron, low in sodium and cholesterol. It’s an exceptional form of protein.
As veterinarians we have seen other changes in the last ten years as well. The breeding of horses has declined, which in some ways is a really good thing. Fewer horses being born means less horses that might ultimately end up in the unwanted pool. Dr. Jed McKinlay On the rise are adoption and rescue programs. These range from government subsidized programs like the BLM adoption programs for wild horses and burros, to people who adopt a single horse to be part of their families. It is heart warming that many of these horses are being cared for and get a second chance. Many of them are good citizens and make a very positive impact in our lives. I looked at one not long ago that was relatively sound and was headed to a nice home and will no doubt be a blessing to his new family. It is reminiscent of the story of Harry deLeyer and the plow horse he rescued from the kill pen who later became somewhat of a national hero on the show jumping circuit, Snowman. You have to love stories like that. The recent movie “Unbranded” is another story of unwanted horses being put to use. I loved it.
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Another recent story is that of horseman Buck Brannaman. This is a documentary style movie about his life entitled “Buck”. In it there are many scenes of Buck helping people learn about horses and horsemanship and it’s a very positive thing. He is known as a person who can figure out ways to work with just about any horse and help them (the horses) become productive citizens. Buck has a reputation for being able to help people with nearly any horse. I love people who commit themselves to their horses. I love horses. There is so much mutual benefit, and it’s commendable that many seek out help from professionals when they run into problems or when they just want to go further and do more with their horses. There is also an unforgettable scene in the documentary of someone bringing a bad horse to one of Bucks clinics. This horse is the poster child for “not a good citizen”. Watch the movie and you’ll see clearly what I mean. Not all of these horses are good candidates. We see these horses from time to time. You good horseman, committed to your equine partners naturally want to take care of them. That means trimming the feet, floating the teeth, regular immunizations and parasite control. Routine health and wellness care. We are called out sometimes to facilitate these things and others, and it’s not always a pretty picture. Horses are big, strong and potentially dangerous animals. I saw one a while back that was fine as long as I was rubbing and loving on him, but when I sought to administer his routine wellness care his first reaction was to rear and strike. Potentially dangerous! We were able to work around it and get things done, but not
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without a form of restraint that was needed but not entirely gentle. So here I was (and this is not a singular or isolated event for myself or my colleagues). The need and desire to help this horse, help his owner, and at the same time be safe in doing so. The owner clearly told me that the horse had been previously abused. I am sure countless hours had been spent regaining the horses trust and confidence, and the last thing I wanted to do was damage that. Can you see the catch twenty-two? The proverbial rock and a hard place. I admire and take my hat off to those men and women who dedicate their time and emotion and charity and love to unwanted horses. I hope and pray that you will keep it up. But, I wish there were some magic way to help sort out the good citizens from the bad ones early on and before anyone gets hurt. We work with horses day in and day out so we get pretty adept at speaking their language and figuring out safe means of working with them. Each one is different. We use the safest and most humane means possible to accomplish the job before us. We have to ask you to decide whether or not your project is a good citizen. We will happily render our opinion and advice on such matters, but it’s rarely easy. As much as we love horses, we love people and would be devastated to learn that someone was injured while rendering service to one of these less than stellar citizens. Wish I had the magic answer for this dilemma I’ve painted for you. God bless all of us with the joy and gladness God intended these wonderful animals bring to our lives. May He bless us to do so safely and may our hearts be filled with warmth as we serve the horse and they serve us. It can be a perfect partnership!
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Scavenger Hunt: Find items as you ride through the Equestrian area. Plus! Chili Feed, Raﬄe, Door Prizes, Crazy Hat Contest, Music Address does NOT appear on google maps or mapquest. See our website (www.pbchw.com) for direc�ons or email Ken (below) for speciﬁcs.
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Equestrian camping — 20 sites Pre-Registra�on received by Reserva�ons at September 22: $20 per rider Register at event: $25 per rider NEW! www.parks.state.wa.us/223/reservations — OR — 888-226-7688 Chili Feed: $5 per person Select Riverside State Park, Bowl & Pitcher Raﬄe �ckets: $5 per �cket then Equestrian Area Cash or check only Overﬂow camping is across the road
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Amateur 4 & Over CELL: (208) 305-6130 86.Amateur Novice Youth Hunter Under Saddle AQHA Trot ......... Geldings Friday, May 19,$15.00 5:00um: Edwards, CA Jim Lewiston, ID 83501 (Based on Thurs, Fri, 13 &&Sat) 89.85.EMAIL: Novice Amateur WalkHunter Trot Hunter Rookie YouthSelect Hunter Under Saddle Youth .......................................................... $15.00 AQHA Drug/Processing FeeWalk ................. $5/Judge 92. Under Saddle AQHA Walk Trot cannot cross Laurel Wachtel, NV 102.Under Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. Stalls Paid May $85.00 Brad Cibby, GA email@example.com Stalls After May 12 ................................... $115.00 Stalls Paidby by May 13...................................... $85.00 Brad Cibby, GA EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org 88. Hunter Under Saddle, Open Stalls by May 12 $105.00 87. Youth Hunter Under Saddle, 18 & Under 1. SHOW SECRETARY: Versatility Ranch Horse Trail 39. Amateur Performance Geldings intoEdwards, respective lope class PH/FAX: (208)798-0763 86. 93. Novice Youth Hunter Hunter Under Under Saddle Saddle Novice Rookie & AQHA Walk ......... $15.00 Entries due ................................................ May 12 Saddle Jim CACarter, Pre-Bed ............................. $5 Trot (Must order ahead) enter Amateur BREAK Stalls Paid After May 1312 $95.00 TN AQHA WalkMike Trot cannot (Based on Thurs, Fri, Sat) Stalls Paid After May& 13 $95.00 Mike Carter,cross TN Grand & Reserve 89. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Under 2.$5/Per Versatility Ranch Horse Riding Stalls After ................................... $115.00 Amateur Geldings 88.Novice Hunter Under Saddle, Open Darlene Chase Stalls by May 12 May ...................................... $105.00 87. Rookie Youth Saddle, 18 &Hunter Under CELL: (208)305-6130 Office Charge .................................. Horse 90. Amateur Hunter Under Saddle RV /IQ ............................................ $30 Day/Night 94. Youth Walk Trot Hunt Seat Eg.Horse Western Ridin enter into respective lope class 103. Green SHOW SECRETARY: Early Arrivals, late Departure $30.00 Charlene Carter, TN SHOW MANAGER: Entries due ................................................ May 12 Early Arrivals, late Departure $30.00 Charlene Carter, TN SHOW MANAGER: Saddle AQHA Walk Trot cannot cross 3. Versatility Ranch Horse Reining 40. Novice Youth Yearling Geldings (Based on Thurs, Fri, & Sat) 89. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunter Under Stalls After May 12 ................................... $115.00 88. Hunter Under Saddle, Open 1733 Alder Avenue EMAIL: email@example.com Haul Ins ................................. $15/Horse Per Day 91. Linda Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle Elect Only .................................. ......................................... $25/Dry $20 Darlene 95. Rookie Youth HuntHunter Seat Eq. enterSHOW intoChase respective lope class 104. Open Western Riding Haul Ins $15.00/Horse Per Day Kirk Haul Ins $15.00/Horse PerHorse Day Linda Kirk Office Charge 90. Amateur Under Saddle SECRETARY: 4. $5/Per Versatility Ranch conformation 41. Novice Youth92. 289. Year OldRookie Geldings (Based on Thurs, Fri, &Fee Sat) Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunter Under Entries due ................................................ May 12 Horse Saddle Lewiston, ID 83501 AQHA Drug/Processing ................. $5/Judge Amateur Select Hunter Under Saddle 96. Novice Youth Hunt Seat Eq. Shavings .......................................... $15/Horse/Stall 105. Novice Amateur Western R 1733 Alder Avenue AQHA Drug Processing $5.00/Judge AQHA Drug Processing $5.00/Judge Haul Ins ................................. $15/Horse Per Day 91.90. Amateur Hunter Under Saddle SHOW SECRETARY: Darlene Chase 42. Novice Youth93. Saturday, May 20, 8:00am 3 Year OldNovice Geldings Entries due ................................................ May 12Horse Saddle Office Charge .................................. $5/Per Rookie Amateur Hunter Under SaddleWestern Riding PH/FAX: (208)798-0763 SHOW MANAGER Pre-Bed ............................. $5 (Must order ahead) Amateur Hunter Under Saddle Trail Warm-Up Sat PM & Sun AM .................. $10 106. Amateur 97. Youth Hunt Seat Eq., 18 & Under Lewiston, ID 83501 Shavings $15.00 Per Horse/Stall AQHA Walk Trot CANNOT TRAIL & TRAIL DESIGN Shavings $15.00 Per Horse/Stall AQHA Walk Trot CANNOT TRAIL & TRAIL DESIGN AQHA Drug/Processing Fee ................. $5/Judge 92. Amateur Select Hunter Under Saddle Darlene Chase 5. 43. 4 & Over Novice Youth Geldings Reining All Office Charge .................................. $5/Per Horse 1733 Alder Avenue Rookie Amateur Hunter Under Saddle Haul Ins ................................. $15/Horse PerAges DayPH/FAX: 91.Novice Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle CELL: (208)305-6130 Judy Malby RV /IQ ............................................ $30order Day/Night 94.90.Shannon Novice Youth Walk Trot Hunt Seat Eg. 107. Novice Youth Western Ridin Amateur Walk Trot Hunt Seat Eq. (208)798-0763 Pre-bed $5.00 (must ahead) O’Dell Cross Enter Into Class Pre-bed $5.00 (must order ahead) Cross Enter IntoRespective Respective Lope Class Shannon O’Dell Pre-Bed ............................. $5 (Must order ahead) 1733 Alder Avenue 93. Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 6. ................. Novice Amateur Reining HaulAQHA Ins ................................. $15/Horse Per Day 44.Lope Novice Youth Performance Geldings 91. 98. Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle Lewiston, ID 83501 Drug/Processing Fee $5/Judge 92.Rookie Amateur Select Hunter Under Saddle EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org STEWARDS Elect Only ......................................... $25/Dry $20 95. Rookie Youth Hunt Seat Eq. 108. Youth Western Riding, 18 & 99. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. CELL: (208)305-6130 RV/LQ $30.00 Day/Night Lewiston, ID 83501 RV/LQ $30.00 Day/Night RV /IQ ............................................ $30Amateur Day/Night 94. Novice Youth Walk Trot Hunt Seat Eg. 7. AQHA Drug/Processing Fee ................. $5/Judge Reining 92. Amateur Select Hunter Under Saddle No Grand or Reserve PH/FAX: (208)798-0763 Pre-Bed .............................$15/Horse/Stall $5 (Must $25.00 order ahead)EMAIL: 93.Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle Saturday PM Trail Warm-Uu Anita Magnuson 96. Novice Youth Hunt Seat Eq. Shavings .......................................... 100. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. email@example.com Elect Only ANNOUNCER: PH/FAX: (208)798-0763 Elect Only $25.00 ANNOUNCER: Elect Only ......................................... $25/Dry $20 Reining 95. Rookie YouthUnder Hunt Seat Eq. Pre-Bed ............................. $5 (Must ahead) 8. order 93. Amateur Hunter Saddle Novice Youth 45. Youth Yearling Geldings CELL: (208)305-6130 RV /IQ ............................................ $30 Day/Night 94.Amateur Novice Youth Walk TrotSunday, Hunt Seat SHOW MANAGER MayEg. 21, 8:30am Trail Warm-Up Sat PM & Sun AM9. .................. $10 97. Youth Hunt Seat Eq.,Hunt 18 &Hunt Under Dry $20.00 Chris Riedle 101. Select Hunt Seat Eq. CELL: (208)305-6130 Dry $20.00 Chris Riedle Shavings .......................................... $15/Horse/Stall 96. Novice Youth Seat Eq. RVFriday, /IQ ............................................ $30 Day/Night 94. Novice Youth Walk Trot Seat Eg. Youth Reining 18 & Under 46. Youth 2 Year Old Geldings firstname.lastname@example.org Amateur 4 & Over Geldings 5:00um: 38.EMAIL: Elect May Only19, ......................................... $25/DryJudy $20 95.Amateur RookieHunt Youth Hunt Seat109. Eq. Malby Open All Breed wit Trail 98. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunt Seat Eq. EMAIL: email@example.com SHOW MANAGER 102. Seat Eq. Elect Only ......................................... $25/Dry $20 95. Rookie Youth Hunt Seat Eq. Trail SatRanch PM &Horse Sun AM ..................$10 97. Youth Hunt Seat Eq., 18 & Under BREAK 47. Youth 3 Year Old Geldings 1. Warm-Up Versatility Trail 39. Malby Amateur Performance Geldings Shavings .......................................... $15/Horse/Stall 96. Amateur Novice Youth Hunt Seat Eq. Green Horse Trail STEWARDS 110. 99.96.Geldings Rookie HuntSeat Seat Eq. Judy Shavings .......................................... $15/Horse/Stall Novice YouthAmateur Hunt Eq. BREAK 98. Novice Walk Trot Hunt Seat Eq. 10. Green Horse Ranch Riding (open all breed 48. Youth 4 & Over SHOW MANAGER 2. Warm-Up Versatility Horse Riding Grand & Reserve Amateur Geldings Warm-Up Sat&PM &AM Sun AM .................. 97.Green Youth Hunt Seat Eq., 18 & Eq. Under 111. Novice Youth wit Trail Magnuson Trail Warm-Up Saturday Evening Sunday AM, $10.00 SHOW MANAGER 100. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. Trail Warm-Up Saturday Evening &$10 Sunday AM, $10.00 STEWARDS TrailTrail SatRanch PM Sun .................. $10&Anita 97. Novice Youth HuntHorse Seat Eq., 18 &Riding Under 103. Western 49. Youth Performance $10/Judge) Geldings 99. Rookie Amateur Hunt Seat Malby 3. Versatility Ranch Horse Reining 40.Judy Novice Youth Yearling Geldings 98.Open Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunt SeatYouth Eq. Trail 112.Seat Rookie Judy Malby 98. Amateur Novice 101. Select Hunt Seat Eq. Amateur Walk Trot Hunt Eq. Anita Magnuson 11. Ranch Riding, All Ages Grand & Reserve Youth Geldings 104. Western Riding 100. Novice Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 84. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunter Under 42. Youth 34 3Year Old Geldings Saturday, May Amateur &Year Over Geldings Friday, 19, 21, 5:00um: 38. Saturday, May 21,2016 2016– –8:00 8:00a.m. a.m. 42. Youth Old Geldings 84. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunter Under STEWARDS 4. May Versatility Ranch Horse conformation 41. Novice Youth 2 Year Old Geldings 99. Rookie Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 113. Novice Youth Trail STEWARDS 99. Rookie Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 102. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 12. Novice Amateur43. Ranch Riding 50. Yearling Mares 105. 101.Saddle Amateur SelectWestern Hunt Seat Eq. Novice Amateur Riding Youth 4Performance Over Reining, 1.1. Ranch Trail 39. Amateur Geldings 1.Versatility Reining, AllAges Ages 43. Youth 4&& Geldings Saddle Magnuson 42.Anita Saturday, May 20,Horse 8:00am Novice Youth 3Geldings Year Old Geldings Amateur 4Over & Over Geldings Friday, May All 19, 5:00um: 38. Anita Magnuson 114.Eq. Novice Amateur wit Trail 100. Novice Amateur Hunt Seat 100.106. Novice Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 13. 51. 2 Year Old Mares Amateur Ranch Riding BREAK 102. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. Amateur Western Riding 85. Rookie Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 44. Geldings Amateur Reining 2.2. Ranch Horse Riding Grand & Performance Reserve Amateur Geldings Novice Amateur Reining 44. Youth Performance Geldings 85. Rookie Amateur Hunter Under SaddleAmateur Trail 115.Eq. Rookie 1.2.Versatility 5.Novice Versatility Ranch Horse Trail 39. 43.Youth 4& Over Novice Youth Geldings Amateur Performance Geldings Reining All Ages 101. Amateur Select HuntEq. Seat 101. Amateur Select Hunt Seat 14. Novice Youth Ranch 52. 3 Year Old Mares Riding 103. Green Horse Western Riding BREAK 107. Novice Youth Western Riding 4Reserve & Over Geldings May Reining 19, 5:00um: 38.Novice Amateur 4 Performance &Youth Over Geldings Friday, May 19,Horse 5:00um: 38. 86. Novice Amateur Hunter Under Grand && Geldings 3.Friday, 3.Versatility Amateur Reining Grand Reserve Youth Geldings 86. Novice Amateur Hunter Under SaddleAmateur Trail 3.2. 116. Saddle Novice Ranch Reining 40. Youth Yearling Geldings Versatility Ranch Horse Riding Grand & Reserve Amateur Geldings 6.Amateur Novice Amateur Reining 44.Amateur Novice Youth Geldings 102. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 102. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 15. Youth Ranch Riding 53. 4 & Over Mares 104. 87. Open Western Riding 103.Amateur Green Horse Riding 108. Youth Western Riding, 18 & Under Versatility Ranch Horse Trail Amateur Performance Geldings 1. Versatility Ranch Horse Trail 39. Amateur Geldings Select Hunter Saddle 45. Yearling Mares 4.1. Youth Reining 117. Trail, 4.Versatility Novice Youth Reining 45. Yearling Mares 87. Amateur SelectWestern HunterUnder Under SaddleJr. Horse 4.3. Ranch Horse conformation 41.39. Novice 2 Year Old Geldings Versatility Ranch Horse Reining 40. Novice Youth Yearling Geldings 7.Novice Amateur Reining NoYouth Grand orPerformance Reserve BREAK BREAK BREAK FOR HALTER 54. Open Performance Mares 105. Novice Amateur Western Riding 104. Open Riding Versatility Ranch Horse Riding Grand & Reserve Amateur Geldings Saturday PMWestern Trail Warm-Uu 2. Versatility Ranch Horse Riding Grand & Reserve Amateur Geldings 88. Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 46. 2Novice Year Old Mares 5.2. Reining, 1818 &Horse 118. Youth Trail 18 & Under 5. 8.Youth Youth Reining, &Under Under 46. 2 Year Old Mares 88. Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 42. Saturday, May 20, 8:00am Novice Youth 3 Year Old Geldings 4. Versatility Ranch conformation 41. Youth 2 Year Old Geldings 103. Green Horse Western Riding Novice Youth Reining 45. Youth Yearling Geldings 16. Yearling Stallions 103. Green Horse Western Riding Grand & Reserve Mares 3. 106. Amateur Western Riding Versatility Ranch Horse Reining 40. 105. Novice Amateur Western Riding Novice Youth Yearling Geldings Sunday, May 21,Riding 8:30am Versatility Ranch Horse Reining 89. Novice Youth Walk Trot Eq. Old Mares SMALL BREAK Novice Youth Yearling Geldings 119.Seat Amateur SMALL BREAK 47. 3Year Year Old Mares 89. Youth Walk TrotHunt Hunt Seat Eq. Select Trail 5.Saturday, 43.47. 446. &340. Over Novice Youth Geldings Reining All Reining Ages 42. May 20, 8:00am 104. Open Western Novice Youth 3Old Year Old Geldings Youth 18 & Under 9. 3. Youth 2 Year Geldings 17. 2 Year Old Stallions 55. Novice Amateur Yearling Mares 104.Novice Open Western Riding Versatility Ranch Horse conformation 41. Novice Youth 2 Year Old 106. Amateur Western Riding 107. Novice Youth Western Riding 109. Open All Breed 90. Rookie Youth Hunt Seat Eq. 48. 441. Mares 6.4. Ranch Riding, All Ages wit Trail 4. Versatility Ranch conformation 120. Amateur Trail Novice Youth 2Youth YearGeldings Old Geldings 6. Novice Ranch Riding, All Ages Horse 48. 4&Youth &Over Over Mares 90. Rookie Youth Hunt Seat Eq. 105. Novice Amateur Western Riding 6.5. 43. 4 & Over Novice Geldings Reining All Ages Amateur Reining 44. Novice Youth Performance Geldings BREAK 47. 18. 3 Year Old Geldings 56. 3 Year Old Stallions Novice Amateur 2 Year Old Mares 105. Novice Amateur Western Riding 42. May 20, 8:00am Novice Youth 3 Year3Mares Old Geldings 107. Novice Youth Western Riding 108. Youth Western Riding, 18 & Eq. Under Novice Youth Hunt Seat 49. Open Performance 7.Saturday, Novice Amateur Ranch Riding 121. Trail, Sr. Horse Saturday, May 20, 8:00am 110. Green Horse Trail Novice Year Old Geldings 7.Amateur Novice Amateur Ranch Riding 49. Open Performance Mares 91. Novice Youth Hunt Seat Eq. 106. Amateur Western Riding Novice Amateur Reining 44. Novice Performance Geldings 7.6. Reining No Grand orYouth Reserve 4 & Over Stallions 57. 19. (open Novice Amateur 391. Year Old Mares 10. Green Horse Ranch Riding all breed 48.442. 4Novice &Youth Over Geldings 106. Amateur Western Riding 43. &Youth Over Youth Geldings Reining All Ages 108. Youth Western Riding, 18 & Under Saturday PM Trail Warm-Uu 92. Youth Hunt Seat Eq., 18 & Under Grand && Reserve Mares 8.5. Amateur Ranch Riding BREAK for Western Pleasure 5. 43. 4 & Over Novice Youth Geldings Reining All Ages 111. Novice Youth 8.Novice Amateur Ranch Riding Grand Reserve Mares 92. Youth Hunt Seat Eq., 18 & Under wit Trail 107. Novice Youth Western Riding Amateur Reining No Grand or Reserve 8.7. Youth Reining 45. Youth Yearling Geldings 20. Open Performance Stallions 58. Novice Amateur 4 & 107. OverNovice MaresYouth Western Riding 49.Novice $10/Judge) Youth Performance Geldings 6. Novice Amateur Reining 44. Youth Performance Geldings Saturday PM Trail Warm-Uu Sunday, May 21, 8:30am 122. Leadline 6 & UNDER 93. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunt Seat 50. Novice Amateur Yearling Mares 9. Novice Youth Ranch Riding 6. 9. Novice Youth Ranch Riding 50. Novice Amateur Yearling Mares 93. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Hunt SeatEq. Eq. 108. Youth Western Riding, 18 & Under Novice Amateur Reining 44. Novice Youth Performance Geldings 112. Rookie Youth Trail Novice Youth Reining Yearling Geldings 59. Novice Amateur Performance Grand & Reserve Sallions Reining 18 & All Under Mares 46. 45. 9.8.7. Youth Youth 2 Year Old Geldings 11. Ranch Riding, Ages Grand & Reserve Youth Geldings Amateur Reining NoYouth Grand or Reserve Western Riding, 18 & Western Under Pleasure Warm-Up Sunday, May 21, 123. 94. Rookie Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 51. Novice Amateur Year 10. Youth Ranch Riding Open AllYouth Breed wit8:30am Trail Saturday PM Trail Warm-Uu 10.12. Youth Ranch Riding 51. Novice Amateur YearOld OldMares Mares 94.108. Rookie Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 7. Amateur Reining or2 2Reserve 113. Novice Youth Trail Youth Reining 18 &Ranch UnderRiding 46. 9. Youth 2Grand Year Old Geldings 21. Amateur Yearling Stallions No Grand or109. Reserve BREAK 47.45. Youth 3 No Year Old Geldings 8. Novice Youth Reining Youth Yearling Geldings Novice Amateur 50. Yearling Mares Saturday PM TrailHunt Warm-Uu 109. Open All Breed witTrail Trail 95. Novice Amateur Seat Eq. 52. Novice Amateur 3 3Year Old Mares BREAK 110. Green Horse Trail Sunday, May 21, 8:30am BREAK 52. Novice Amateur Year Old60. Mares 95. Novice Amateur Hunt Seat124. Eq.Green Horse Western Pleasu 8. Novice Youth 45. Youth Yearling Geldings 114. Novice Amateur wit BREAK 22. Amateur 47. Old Stallions Youth 3Over Year Old Geldings Amateur Yearling Mares 10. Green Horse Ranch (open all breed 2 Year 48.46. Youth & Geldings Youth Reining 18 Riding &Reining Under 9. 2 Year Old Geldings 13. 51.Youth 2 4Year Old Mares Amateur Ranch Riding Sunday, May 21, 8:30am 110. Green Horse Trail 125. Novice Amateur Walk Trot 96. Amateur Select Hunt Seat Eq. 53. Novice Amateur 4 & Over Mares 11. Yearling Stallions 109. Open All Breed wit Trail 11. Yearling Stallions 53. Novice Amateur 4 & Over Mares 96. Amateur Select Hunt Seat Eq. 111. Novice Youth wit Trail 115. Rookie Amateur Trail Youth Reining 18 & Under 46. 9. Youth 2 Year Old Geldings 23. Amateur 3 Year Old Stallions 61. 10. Amateur 2 Year Old Mares Green Horse Ranch Riding (open all breed 48. Youth 4 Old & Over Geldings BREAK 3 Year Old Geldings 49.47.Youth $10/Judge) Geldings 14. 52.Youth Novice Youth Ranch Riding 3 Performance Year Mares 109. Open All Breed wit Trail126. Rookie Amateur Western Pl 111. Novice Youth wit Trail 97. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 54. Novice Amateur Performance Mares 12. 2BREAK Old 110. Green Horse Trail 12. 2Year Year OldStallions Stallions 54. Novice Amateur Performance Mares 97. Amateur Hunt Seat Eq. 112. Rookie Youth Trail 116. Novice Amateur Trail 47. Amateur 4 & Over Stallions Youth 3 Year Old Geldings 62. Amateur 3 Year Old Mares 49. $10/Judge) Youth Performance Geldings Green Horse Ranch Riding24. (open all breed 48. Youth 4 & Over Geldings 11. 10. Ranch Riding, All Ages Grand & Reserve Youth Geldings 15. Youth Ranch Riding 53.No4Grand &Grand Overoror Mares 127. Novice Amateur Western Pl 110. Green Horse Trail 112. Rookie Youth Trail Reserve 13. 3$10/Judge) Old 111.BREAK Novice Youth wit Trail 13. 3Year Year OldStallions Stallions No Reserve BREAK Novice Youth 25. Amateur 117. Trail, Jr. Trail Horse Stallions 63. Amateur 4 &113. Over Mares 10. Green Horse Ranch Riding (open allPerformance breed 48. Youth 4& Over Geldings 11. Ranch Riding, All Ages Grand & Reserve Youth Geldings Performance Geldings 12. Novice Amateur Ranch Riding 50.49. Yearling Mares BREAK FOR HALTER 54.Youth Open Performance Mares 111. Novice Youth wit Trail 128. Amateur Select Western Ple 112. Rookie Youth Trail 98. Leadline 6Youth & Under 55. Amateur Yearling Mares 14. 4Ranch &&Over Stallions 113. Novice Trail 14. 4 Over Stallions 55. Amateur Yearling Mares 98. Leadline 6 & Under Grand & Reserve Amateur Stallions 64. Amateur Performance Mares 114. Novice Amateur wit Trail 118. Youth Trail 18 & Under 11. Riding, All Ages Grand & Reserve Youth Geldings 49. 12. $10/Judge) Youth Performance Geldings Novice Amateur Ranch Riding 50. Yearling Mares 13.15. Amateur 51.56.2 Year Ranch Riding Old Mares Yearling Stallions Grand Reserve 129. Amateur Western Pleasure 113. Novice Youth Trail 99. Western Pleasure Warm Up - $5 Amateur 2&Showmanship Old Mares Open Performance Stallions 112. Rookie Youth Trail 114. Novice Amateur wit Trail 15.16. Open Performance Stallions 56.Yearling 2Year Year OldMares Mares 99. Western Pleasure Warm Up - $5 115. Rookie Amateur TrailTrail 26. Yearling Geldings Grand & Reserve Amateur Mares 12. Novice Amateur Ranch Riding Mares 119. Amateur Select 13. 51. Amateur Ranch Riding 2Amateur Year Old Mares 11. Ranch Riding, All Ages Grand & Reserve YouthMares Geldings 75. Rookie Youth 14. 52.50. Novice Youth Ranch Riding 355. Year Old Mares 17. 2 Year Old Stallions Novice Amateur Yearling 130. Junior Horse Western Pleas 115. Rookie Amateur Trail 114. Novice Amateur wit 100. Green Horse Western Pleasure 57. Amateur 3 Year Old Mares Grand & Reserve Sallions 113. Novice Youth Trail Grand & Reserve Sallions 57. Amateur 3 Year Old Mares65. 100. Green Horse Western Pleasure 27. 2 Year Old Geldings 13. 116. Novice Amateur Trail 51. 2 Year Old Mares Amateur Ranch Riding Novice Youth Yearling Mares 14. 52. 120. Amateur Trail Novice Youth Ranch Riding 3 Year Old Mares 12. Novice Amateur Ranch Riding 50. Yearling Mares 76. Novice Youth Showmanship IEQHA 59th Annual Silver Circuit 15.16. Youth Riding 53. 58. 456. &Amateur Over Mares 3 Ranch YearYouth Old Stallions Novice Amateur 2Mares Year Old Rookie Amateur Trail 131. Novice Youth Walk Trot We 116. Novice Amateur Trail 101. Novice Amateur Walk Western Pleasure 4Mares & Amateur Yearling Stallions 16.18. Amateur Yearling Stallions 58. Amateur 4Mares &Over Over Mares 101. Novice Amateur Walk Trot Western Pleasure 114. Novice Amateur witTrot Trail 14. 28. 3 Year Old Geldings 52. 66.Mares Novice Ranch Riding Novice Youth117. 2115. Year Old Mares 351. Old Trail, Jr. Horse 15. Ranch Riding 53. 4Year & 121. Trail, Sr. Horse 13. 2Over Year Old Mares Ranch Riding 77. Youth Showmanship, 18 & Under BREAK FOR HALTER 54.59. Open Performance Mares 116. Novice Amateur Trail Spokane County & Expo -Stallions Spokane, WA Performance 4 Fair &Amateur Over Stallions 57. 19.Youth Novice Amateur 3 Year Old Mares 132. Rookie Youth Western Pleas 117. Trail, Jr. Horse 102. Rookie Amateur Western Pleasure Amateur Performance Mares 17. Amateur 2 Year Old 115. Rookie Amateur Trail 17. Amateur 2 Year Old Stallions 59. Amateur Performance Mares 102. Rookie Amateur Western Pleasure 15. Youth Ranch Riding 53. Open Geldings 67. 4 & Over Mares 29. Novice Youth 3 Year Old Mares 118. Youth Trail 18 & Under BREAK FOR HALTER Open Performance forHorse Western Pleasure 133. Novice Youth Western Pleas 14.Open 52. Novice Youth Ranch Riding 78. 54. Rookie Amateur Showmanship Year Old Mares Yearling Stallions 117.BREAK Trail, Jr. Grand &3Performance Reserve Mares 20. Performance Stallions 58.Open Novice Amateur 4Amateur &Mares Over68. Mares 118. Youth Trail 18Western &Western Under Novice Amateur Grand && Reserve Amateur Mares 18. Amateur 3 HALTER Old Stallions May 20-21,16. 2017 (All Novice Show May 19, 10:00am) 116. Novice Trail Pleasure BREAK FOR 54.Novice Mares 18. Amateur 3Year Year Old Stallions Grand Reserve Mares 103. Novice Amateur Pleasure Grand & Reserve Geldings Novice Youth119. 4 &103. Over Mares Amateur Select Trail Yearling Stallions Grand Reserve Mares 122. Leadline 6Amateur & UNDER 15. Youth Ranch Riding 53. 4 && Over Mares 79. Amateur Showmanship 118. Youth Trail 18 &Horse Under 17.16. 2 Year Old Stallions 55. 134. Youth Western Pleasure, 18 Novice Amateur Yearling Mares 59. Grand & Reserve Sallions Novice Amateur Performance Mares 119. Amateur Select Trail Pleasure 104. Amateur Select Western 60. Novice Youth Yearling Mares 19. Amateur 4 & Over Stallions 16. Yearling Stallions Grand & Reserve Mares 117. Trail, Jr. 19. 2BREAK Amateur 4Stallions & Over Stallions30. Novice Amateur 60. 54. Novice Youth Yearling Mares 104. Western Amateur Select Western Pleasure 69. Novice Youth120. Yearling Geldings Performance Mares Amateur Trail 17. Year Old 55. Novice Amateur Yearling Mares 123. Pleasure WarmFOR HALTER Open Performance Mares 80. Amateur Select Showmanship 119. Amateur Select Trail PleasureUp 135. Senior Horse Western Pleas 18.20. 56.55. 321. Year OldOld Stallions Novice 22 2Year Old Mares Amateur Yearling Stallions NoAmateur Grand or Reserve 120. Amateur Trail JUDGES: 17. 2Amateur Year Stallions 105. Amateur Western 61. Novice Youth Year Old Mares Amateur Performance Stallions Novice Amateur Yearling Mares 31. 20. Performance Stallions 61. Novice Youth Year Old Mares 105. Amateur Western Pleasure Novice Amateur 2 Year Old Geldings No Grand or Reserve 118. Youth Trail 18 & Under 18. 56. 3 Year Old Stallions Amateur 2 Year Old Mares Novice 121. Trail, Sr. Horse 16. Yearling Stallions 124. Green Horse Western Pleasure Pleasure Grand &33Reserve Mares 120. Amateur Trail 81. Amateur Showmanship 136. Novice Youth Walk Trot Ho & Over Stallions 57.56. 19.18.422. Novice Amateur Year Old Mares Amateur 2 Year Old Stallions 60. Amateur Yearling Mares 3 Year Old Stallions Novice Amateur 2 Year Old Mares 121. Trail, Sr. Horse 106. Junior Horse Western 62. Novice Youth Year Old Mares Grand & Reserve Amateur Stallions 70. Novice Amateur 3 Year Old Geldings Grand & Reserve Amateur Stallions 62. Novice Youth 3 Year Old Mares 106. Junior Horse Western Pleasure 32. Youth Yearling Mares 119. Amateur Select Trail 417. &19 Over Stallions 57. 55. 19. Open Novice Amateur 3 Year Old Mares BREAK forNovice Western Pleasure 121.125. Trail, Sr. Horse 2(All Year Old Stallions Novice Amateur Yearling Mares BREAK Amateur Walk Trot Western Pleasure 137. Rookie Youth Horsemanshi May Novice): 20. Performance Stallions 58.57. Novice Amateur 44 4& Over Mares 4Yearling & Over Stallions 19. Novice Amateur 3& Year Old Mares 23. Amateur 3 Year Old Stallions 61. Amateur 2 Year Old Mares 107. Novice Youth Walk Trot Western Pleasure 63. Novice Youth & Over Mares 21. Yearling Geldings BREAK for Western Pleasure Novice Amateur 4 & Over Geldings 71. 33. 21. Geldings 63. Novice Youth Over Mares 107. Novice Youth Walk Trot Western Pleasure Youth 2 Year Old Mares 120. Amateur Trail 20. Open Stallions 58. Novice Amateur 4Warm &2Over Mares 122. Leadline 6 &Amateur UNDER BREAK for Western Pleasure 18. 56. 3Performance Year Old Stallions Novice Amateur Year Old Mares 126. Rookie Western Pleasure 138. Novice Youth Horsemanship 82. Hunter Under Saddle Up $5 Lorrie Lynne, ID 59. Grand & Reserve Sallions 20. Open Performance Stallions 58. Novice Amateur Performance Mares Novice Amateur 4 & Over Mares 24. Amateur 4 & Over Stallions 62. 108. Rookie Youth Western Pleasure 64. Novice Youth Performance Mares 22. 2 Year Old Geldings Amateur 3 Year Old Mares 122. Leadline 6 & UNDER Geldings . $325.00 34. Novice Amateur Performance 72. 22. Grand 2 Year&Old Geldings 64. Novice NoviceAmateur Youth Performance Mares 108. Rookie Western Pleasure Youth 3 Year 123. Old 121. Trail, Sr. Horse 59. Reserve Sallions Performance Mares 122.Mares Leadline 6 Amateur &Youth UNDER Western Pleasure WarmUpPleasure 139. Youth Horsemanship, 18 & 4 Yearling & Over Stallions 57. 19. Novice Amateur 3Mares Year Old Mares 127. Novice Western Pleasure Horse Under Saddle 59.Green & Reserve SallionsStallions Amateur Performance Mares 21.23. Amateur Stallions No Grand orHunter Reserve cluded) 109. Novice Youth Western No Grand or 3Grand Geldings 25. Amateur Performance 63.Novice 123. Western Pleasure WarmAmateur 4or &Reserve Over 73. Reserve No Grand or 83. Up Youth 4 & Over123. Mares 23. 3Year YearOld Old Geldings No Grand orReserve Reserve 109. Novice Youth Western BREAK for Western Pleasure 21. Amateur Yearling Stallions No Grand Western Pleasure WarmUpPleasure 124. Green Horse Western Pleasure 140. Novice Amateur Walk Trot 20. Open Performance Stallions 58. Novice Amateur 4 & Over Mares 128. Amateur Select Western Pleasure 10/Class 22. 84. Novice Youth Walk Trot Hunter Under 21. Amateur Yearling Stallions No Grand or Reserve May 20, 21: Amateur 2Performance Year Old Stallions 60. Amateur Yearling Mares 110. Youth Western Pleasure, 18 &&Under 65. Youth Mares 24. Open Performance Geldings 124. Green Horse Western Pleasure Grand & Reserve Amateur Stallions 64. 74. Amateur Yearling Geldings 35. Amateur Performance Mares Youth Performance Mares 24. Open Geldings 65. Youth Yearling Mares 110. Youth Western Pleasure, 18 Under 122. Leadline 6 & UNDER 22. Amateur 2 Year Old Stallions 124. 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BOARDING Boarding! Lady Raven Stables Has New stalls for your boarding needs. In‑ door/ outdoor arenas, round pen, miles of trails, wash rack, heated tack room, 8 minutes from North Division Y. www.LadyRavenStables.com Call 509/953‑4511; 509/993‑7758 Echo Valley Ranch Horse Boarding 12x12 stalls with large runs, 60x40 lighted indoor. Round pen, (2) large outdoor are‑ nas, 100x125 & 200x300, heated water, stalls cleaned daily, quality hay fed twice daily, trails nearby, stress free environment, references available. See our Facebook at Echo Valley Ranch Horse Boarding. 509/936‑2039 Deer Park
MISCELLANEOUS Huge Sale On Lucky Acres Brand Panels Bow gates and shelters! Limited supply. All products fabricated from 1 5/8” 15 gauge galvanized steel tubing. 12’ 5‑ rail 5’6” tall panels: $99. 12’ 5‑rail matching bow gate: $185. 12’ x 12’ plwood compat‑ ible shelter (excludes plywood and roof tin, framework only): $950. Limited sup‑ ply available. Lucky Acres Fencing, Inc., Lewiston, ID. 208/746‑1228, www.Lucky‑ Acres.net
TACK & TRAILERS Antique Saddle From The 1890’s, 15‑15.5” highback with pocket, $200. 509/998‑6864 Spokane Spokane Tack Trunk Has English & Western saddles, tack, clothes & much more. We have horse themed wines too! From the trail to the show ring, we’ve got you covered! 11515 E. Trent, Spokane Valley. 509/927‑5891 www.SpokaneTack‑ Trunk.com
REAL ESTATE 389 Acres Coulee Dam 7000 Plus feet of outside frontage, Lake Roosevelt, rent to own, $2500 month, $600,000. 509‑636‑2030 509‑641‑0568
Horseback Riding Lessons, Spring Program lessons enrolling now. We have summer camps too! No horse? No prob‑ lem! Beginners welcome. Relational Rid‑ ing Academy, 509/290‑4301 Cheney. www.RelationalRidingAcademy.com
EVENTS IEBCH Fishtrap Poker Ride Fundraiser Saturday, May 13. Hosted by Inland Empire Chapter Back Country Horsemen of Wash‑ ington. Cash prizes for best & worst hands! Well marked, scenic trail, ride at your own speed. Free overnight dry camping! To register, visit www.InlandEmpireBCH.org or visit our Facebook page. Questions call Michelle, 509/599‑9605. Certified weed free hay required by BLM Consignments Wanted: Western Horse & Mule Days May 12th and 13th, Rex‑ ford, MT. Auction May 13th. Need horse and horse related items, buggies, wagons, harnesses, saddles, packing and farming implements. Demonstrations and seminars. Auction conducted by Mission Auction. Check website: www.pioneercoaches.com, 406/745‑6555 or 406/889‑5630. See future ads for show details.
FARRIERS AFA Certified Horseshoer 25+ years of experience, covering ID, MT & WA. Ray Cunnington, 406/546‑5698, 509/276‑2469 Balanced Barefoot Trimming Practitioner Pete Ramey School of Natural Hoof Care, $30 maintenance trim. Bud, 509/939‑5752
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ADVERTISERS STALLIONS Anado Ace WindDrift Farm ...........................18 DA Sir Dierich Nova Burke .................................32 Leitachic Mark McKinnon Quarter Horses ..................... Front,2 Mama Said Dash C & S Ranch ................................23 McPeppy N The Money Jillian Connolly............................11 Nu Steps To Cash BAF Performance Horses ...............3 Perkster Weaver Quarter Horses ...............33 Poco Buenos Ghost C & S Ranch ................................23 Secured Interest Sun Dun Ranch ...........................34
BARNS & BUILDINGS
NW Cover-All – Fabri-Steel..........17 Solid Structures............................29 Steel Structures of America, Inc ...36
HORSES FOR SALE
C & S Ranch ................................23 Shalwyn Arabians ........................26 WindDrift Farm Quarter Horses ...18 2BU Youth Ranch Spaghetti Feed ...4 Gentlemen On Horseback ...........26 Hermiston Horse Sale Extravaganza .................................9 Inland Empire Arabian Horse Show .................................12 IEQHA - Silver Circuit ............30,31 Inland NW Cowboy Dressage Show ............................13 Ponderosa BCH Scavenger Hunt ..28 WOGA-Ride To Rendezvous........35 RHANW Summer Slide .................5 Weaver Quarter Horses Production Sale ...........................33
Diamond Pine Ranch ..................10 Lady Raven Stable .......................18 Wendy Cola ................................18
FEED & ACCESSORIES
Lazy J Bedding.............................14 LMF Feeds ...................................15
All Terrain Fence ............................7 Jasper Enterprises ..................... Back North 40 Fence Company..............8 WindDrift Farm ...........................18 Shalwyn Arabians ........................26 Weaver Quarter Horses ...............33
HUB International .........................6 OXARC .......................................16 TAK Petroleum.............................31
Gene Troy ......................................8 Suzy Dix.................................20,21
SADDLES, TACK & CLOTHING
Indiana Harness Co. ...................32 Spokane Tack Trunk .....................24 Will Rogers Saddle Co. ................19
Ann Kirk Horsemanship.................9
TRAILERS & TRAILER REPAIR
Gerry Cox Horsemanship ............16 Huber Trailer Sales.......................27 Washington Auto Carriage ...........22
McKinlay & Peters Equine............25
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Will also Buy or Loan on Contracts in Escrow, Annuities, Lawsuit Settlements, also Buy Equipment or Tools! APPLy by A SImPLE PhONE cALL!
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