Horse Previews - Fall 2018 Issue

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P.O. Box 427 U Spokane, W A 99210-0427 U (509) 922-3456 Fall 2018 • Fourth Quarter Issue Volume 30 • Issue 4

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FEATURES Back Country Horsemen, Ponderosa Chapter Maintaining Our Horse Trails by Ken Carmichael ................................... 6 What’s So Great About The Round Pen? by Ann Kirk ............................................. 10 Baxter Black On The Edge of Common Sense That Time Again....................................... 14 Veterinary Knowledge Ageless Horsemanship Deworming in the First Year of Life Dr. Freya Stein, DVM ............................... 16

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Your Equestrian Real Estate Specialist Welcome to a different way to think about buying and selling real estate. It’s a difference I think you’ll appreciate. My family has lived in the Spokane area for generations. My mom was born here in 1914 and my dad was president of Dix Corporation. I grew up in Spokane and graduated from Washington State University. I then went on to get a Master’s Degree in Biology and Education with an emphasis in Anatomy and Physiology from Gonzaga University. While degrees in anatomy and education may seem odd for a Realtor, that background has served me well. (I get banged up occasionally playing polo!) I’ve been selling houses and properties since 1989. In 2017, I sold properties totaling $21,426,349 million, and have been in the top 20 of Spokane area realtors every year since 1998. I was also ranked in the top 3 “Best Realtor” listing in the Pacific Northwest Inlander annual readers poll.

As a residential and property Realtor, I often handle the sale or purchase of my client’s most valuable asset. I take personal responsibility in that. I feel for my sellers in tough situations and realize the importance my expertise brings to their lives. A well-handled real estate transaction can be a win-win for both the seller and the buyer. Consider choosing a Realtor because they are a pro with a successful track record. Do not turn over your largest asset to your family’s friend. Would you do this with your entire stock portfolio? My four big interests are my family, farm, horses, and land. Real estate is not just my career; it’s also something I invest in myself. I am a true believer in what I do, and I think that after working with me, you will be too. If you are looking to buy or sell Ranch & Equestrian property, please contact me!

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Maintaining Our Horse Trails By Ken Carmichael

For those of us that like to trail ride there is nothing better than heading out on the trail with a clear mind and a good horse under us. We are fortunate around Spokane that there are so many places to ride within a short distance of home. In past articles we have talked about some of these. Unfortunately our public land managers do not have the staff or other resources to maintain trails that meet our standards of safety, experience and facilities. That is where we come in as volunteers. This summer the Ponderosa chapter of Back Country Horsemen (and other chapters) has been working on several projects.

Escure Ranch (BLM Rock Creek Recreation Area): This Spring we installed some trail markers and gate springs. This PONDEROSA CHAPTER project is not finished and we have permission now to put in some “You Are Here” signs on the trail. We also built a manure bunker in the equestrian camp. This is a great place for overnight camping. Riverside State Park: In June we started a project of picking up barbwire on the Trautman Property. Some of this is standing fence and some is buried. We will finish this project on September 16. This will make riding on this close to town property much safer.

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somewhere in the state to improve trails. Members come from around the state to help. As you can see there are several projects where BCH has worked with a number of different land managers to improve our riding opportunities near Spokane. It is a pleasure to work with these managers and they welcome the help that BCH provides. If you would like more information about BCH you may go to or or just call me at 509-466-2225. I am always willing to talk about horses. Be sure to enjoy your horses and the great riding opportunities in this area and if you see a land manager thank them. It is not an easy job keeping these lands open for our enjoyment. Did I mention that we have lots of fun doing this? We are a good group of people and we are proud to be part of the solution, not the problem.

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Ann Kirk What’s so great about the Round Pen? I meet many new people each year and I’m constantly amazed at how many horses lack the very basics in their training. It is sad to me that so many people get hurt each year when many accidents are preventable. The majority of problems can be traced back to the method used to lay the ground-work upon which every thing else was built. So let’s talk about the foundation that I use to build a working relationship with almost every horse that I train, the basic roundpen lesson. Every horse, regardless of their level of training, can benefit greatly from the round-pen lessons. If I have a horse come to me that is very gentle, well behaved with respect to leading, standing tied, being caught, being haltered or bridled, etc., I may not do this lesson with them. But usually, if they are coming to my place, it is because there is a problem or they are not started. Whatever the case, this lesson is the starting point I use for establishing control and attention. It is a way for me to rapidly gain the horse’s trust without focusing on negative behaviors. The round-pen gives me a way to evaluate the horse’s temperament, its way of going, willingness to follow, emotional control, attention span, trust level..... the list is endless. Oftentimes, the behavior that is viewed as the problem is no more than a symptom of a foundational step that has been missed in the horse’s initial training. And also realize, if you

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have a horse on a halter and lead line, (long or short) that horse also has you! The roundpen allows me to control the horse without being connected to a thousand pound animal that can hurt me. In most cases, no force is needed to get the pecking order in place and the horse willing to follow my lead. And what about the horse? What are the benefits for it? Remember, horses are prey animals and pecking order specialists. So the round-pen gives me a way to use their language to teach what I want. For self-preservation reasons, as seen with the fight-flight response, horses will respond with their body first and their mind second. In the round-pen, I can control the flight response while helping the horse develop the mental response I am looking for. The process allows the horse to think on his own without any assistance from devices. The horse will benefit when he has to think through the logic as to why he is making a particular move.

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Round-pen training will put more of a demand on the horse because he has to use his mental abilities in conjunction with his body control. With practice, he will learn to think then move. You can teach your horse to spook in place or to turn and face what frightens him instead of running. If you only get a brief warning, it is often enough for you to get the proper control to guide him through the scare. This will replace his natural response to take off when he does not understand changes in his environment. When a horse learns to control his own instinctual responses, you are much safer and he is much calmer. You are not at the mercy of his instincts, hoping to control him by having just the right contact on the bridle at all times. I can assure you, you cannot control a frightened horse with just a bit in his mouth. If you do use lead ropes, lunge lines, long lines, etc. to train your horse, you can get the same results, but I find it takes longer. If the horse decides to take off and you stop his action with the line, the line itself controls the feet, not the horse’s mind. When you leave the horse free, the horse learns for himself how to use his own thought process to control his emotions and movement. I do not want to take this opportunity away. The lessons will become more ingrained and permanent for the horse because he figures out the answers for himself. Having figured it out for himself, the horse will remember it longer. I have done 1/2 hour lessons with young foals just to teach them to be caught properly and had them fully remember within 5 minutes as 3 yrs old! It is amazing!! I have found that after I have completed the round-pen basics,

when I do go back to the halter and line, the horse will learn much faster than if I had not started with these techniques. Let’s finish this article by getting set up to begin the lesson. The round pen should be 55-60 ft in diameter. The size is important because too small of a pen can make the horse feel trapped and it may try to jump out. Or it may resort to the fight response and that is not a good option either. So the horse needs to have enough room to stay at a comfortable distance yet not so far that you have to run to keep them moving. Get some type of tool that will work as an extension of your arm so you can motivate turns and movement. Some suggestions would be a lariat, lunge whip or line, halter and lead etc. I prefer the lariat. I tried the lunge whip – too short for lazy horses. I tried the lunge line or a softer rope – they tangled too easily and didn’t throw well. It took me awhile to learn to wind the lariat back up but it definitely works best for me. Whatever you use, practice your throwing and winding up apart from working with your horse so it will be easier when your focusing on your horse’s performance. I’ve also found it helpful to practice driving and turning your “horse” by using another person who can tell you if you are confusing in your signals. Well that’s it for this issue. Next time, we will start the lesson with your horse in the round pen. For more information on Ann Kirk and her Sensible Horsemanship Program, go to


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On The edge Of COmmOn SenSe by Baxter Black, DVM

That Time Again It’s fall on the cow outfit. Time to get out the WD 40 and grease up the handles on the squeeze chute. Maybe find the three or four syringes that work, buy some new gaskets and barrels along with a box of needles. Time to look for the ear tagger, nose tongs and dehorning saw. You could stock up on hot shot batteries and plastic whips and shovel out the chute floor before it freezes. That’ll be the easy part of workin’ your cows this fall, the mechanical tasks associated with good management. Yet, laying in wait like the hangover after the night before, is that ominous responsibility that all good cowmen dread… that’s right, boys… the open cow. You know they are in the bunch. And you can bet your hired help, your neighbors and your family will all be lookin’ over your shoulder anxious to see your decision. They will be full of advice. But, in the end, whether you keep that open cow or not, will be strictly between you and her. Say she bangs into the chute. Her teeth are good, she’s fat,

five years old and just weaned a 550 lb calf. The vet shouts “Open!” The vaccinators are poised waiting for your decision. You rapidly calculate that open cow will bring $$880 at the sale Wednesday. You dither, remembering her first calf. You had to pull it. It was a cold night in February. The two of you spent four hours in the shed getting’ that calf to suck. Once he was goin’, she took’im and never looked back! Dang, you hate to see her go. You bite the bullet… “Cull her!” you say, but you can’t look her in the eye. In comes a first calf heifer. Sorta thin, not full grown. She’s showin’ some potential but when the preg checker calls out “Open!”, you realize she won’t have a calf next spring. If she settles, she’ll wean her second calf 24 months from today. That’s a long time to hold your inventory. “Cull’er,” you say. Wow! Yer, feelin’ like a business man! In the last chute load, an old red neck mama comes through. You recognize her. When the boy punches her with the hot shot, you wince. Popcorn teeth, hollow flanks and a scruffy tailhead. Her bag hangs like a four dollar drape. She raised a big strappin’ calf this year but it took all she had. She was in the first bunch of heifers you bought when you took over the ranch 12 years ago. She put you over the fence a time or two but now she doesn’t seem to care. Too old, too wore out. “Open,” comes the intrusion. The silence is heavy. Your eyes travel down her spine and back to her lifeless eyes. “Run’er one more year!” ‘She’ll die on this place.’ Nobody says a word. —

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Deworming in the First Year of Life Freya Stein, DVM, McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital

One of the most impactful myths of foal management is that a foal with worms will always look “wormy,” i.e. pot-bellied with a dull, shaggy hair coat and poor growth or weight loss. In fact, it has been demonstrated that healthy, shiny, robust foals can have very high parasite egg Freya Stein DVM, counts. Please do not depend on your foal’s appearance to determine your deworming protocol! Foals require a slightly different approach to deworming than adults mainly due to their lack of immunity against intestinal parasites. Over the first few years of life, horses gradually build enough immunity to parasites to keep infestation to a dull roar (which still requires human intervention to prevent a higher incidence of parasite-associated disease). During their first year of life, however, foals are quite susceptible to heavy infestations of gastrointestinal parasites and their associated ill effects.

The two main genera of worms infecting foals are Parascaris species (aka round worms, ascarids – long, thick white worms as adults) and large and small strongyles (aka blood worms – small, thin red worms as adults). After ascarid larvae are ingested from the environment, they migrate through the intestinal wall and into blood vessels, eventually migrating through the liver and lungs. The larvae are then coughed up, swallowed and returned to the GI tract for maturation. Respiratory infections and inflammation can result from larval migration through the respiratory tract as larvae drag bacteria from the intestines and liver through sensitive lung tissue. The most notorious effects of both ascarids and strongyles are gastrointestinal. Inflammation and damage to the lining of the intestines can result in the poor body condition seen in stereotypically “wormy” foals, but the pathology can have more devastating consequences. Migrating strongyle larvae can cause significant damage to the gastrointestinal vasculature, potentially preventing lack of blood flow to sections of intestine, ultimately resulting in bowel necrosis and severe colic. Ascarids are responsible for intestinal blockages, as adult worms can reach high numbers in the small intestine and tend to “ball up” and cause strong spasmodic intestinal activity. These worm impactions may require surgical correction, with a variable prognosis for survival. A little over

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50% of foals survive to discharge post-surgery, but only 30% survive past one year. We suspect that this survival rate is due to the significant damage to the vasculature and intestinal walls, with high rates of adhesions and intestinal dysfunction occurring later. To avoid these consequences, we recommend the following deworming protocol for foals: 1. Deworm the dam with ivermectin at 10 months’ gestation to prevent transmission of Strongyloides westeri via milk ingestion (and to reduce environmental egg load). 2. At 2-3 months of age, deworm with fenbendazole to kill ascarids. 3. At 4-5 months of age, bring in a fecal sample to determine which worm species the foal is carrying, then deworm accordingly (fenbendazole for ascarids, ivermectin for strongyles). 4. Repeat step 3 at 7-8 months and again at 11-12 months. The importance of deworming with fenbendazole for ascarids include minimal drug resistance, and most importantly, lack of paralytic effect on the worms prior to death. The clumps of paralyzed and dying worms seen after deworming with ivermectin can lead to intestinal blockage and colic. This effect has not been associated with fenbendazole. Deworming at more frequent intervals does not appear to have an advantage and can lead to resistance to a dewormer. As we do not have any new dewormers in development, preservation of drug efficacy is essential.

In addition to deworming, environmental management can help reduce parasite transmission. Try to maintain a “clean” pasture or dry lot for foals - one which has had few horses on it and has been regularly cleaned of manure. There is evidence that ascarid eggs are extremely hardy and can survive freezes as well as hot, dry conditions, so manure left from previous years can harbor a large and persistent ascarid population. Ideally, avoid commingling foals of different age groups. Peak ascarid egg shedding occurs in foals 4-5 months old and 6-8 months old. Housing older foals with ones a few months younger may expose the younger, more susceptible foals to higher worm populations.

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3 bedroom, 2 bath home on 40 acres, perfect property for your horse set up! Rolling grasslands with southern exposure, mostly fenced with sorting pens & corrals. Recently remodeled home with granite countertops and tile floors, wood stove for those cold winter nights, covered rear porch with cupboards & sink would be a great canning or mud room. Huge 2 story 104x52’ barn, 50x40’ shop, 36x20’ machine shed. All on paved county road. Additional acreage available (see duplicate listing with 152 acres)

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Deer Park, Washington - MLS #201812505 29429 n Monroe road



1 bedroom, 1 bath single family home on 20 acres. Parklike setting with Dragoon Creek running through it! Unique property with residence inside huge shop. The residence allows you to live here as is or live on property while you build. 100x70’ indoor arena with power lights and rollup doors, 8 stalls with pads & tack room. Additional 20x40’ shop and barn combo with 2 stalls & corrals. RV hookup for guests. All on paved county road South of Deer Park. Perfect horse property with trees and pastures!

elk, Washington - MLS #201818543 3193 allen road



Gorgeous, rolling 120 acre parcel with approximately half timber and half pasture and tillable ground. Large 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with a panoramic view, big 40x50’ barn for your critters and 2 shops (big one 30x50’, little one 24x36’) for all your tools and toys. Year round creek and trout pond makes this one hard to pass up! Some of the best hunting in the region (elk, deer, turkeys). Daylight basement has an in-law set up with kitchen and appliances. Attached 2 car garage. Just minutes from Hwy 2 on paved county road.

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23720 N. Crescent Rd., Chattaroy, WA Private 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 4,470 sq. ft. river front farm estate one mile from Hwy 2. 44.48 acres of pasture and forest borders Little Spokane River and Dragoon creek. Swimming pool, attached 2 car and detached 3 car garage. Horse paddock and fenced, irrigated summer grass pastures with auto-water systems. Zoned Rural Conservation with abundant ground water and wildlife. Includes commercial building currently used as artisan creamery. Perfect for a winery, retreat or B&B possibilities. Additional acreage may be available.

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Joni Woodrring 253/405-9650 Melissa Stockman 509/276-9862 Maureen Leen 208/265-7286 Sally Wilson 208/937-1074 Mike Nagle 208/875-0024 Call for details Audre 509/496-4028 2nd Saturday of the month Rachel Peters 208/661-7971 2nd Thursday, Apex Physical Therapy, Airway Heights, WA Marie 509/244-2985 Email for information Courtney Call for information Ken Bridges 253/472-8001 Will Bron 509/830-3362 Monthly Meetings Rosemary Hoff 509/525-8308 Omak Stampede Grounds, Omak, WA Heidi Wittig 509/683-1030 Call for information Rebecca Rust-Krell 503/805-9174 1st Tuesday monthly, call for details, PO Box 537, Newburg, OR Keri Croft 503/537-9845 Monthly meetings in Central Oregon, Check website Colleen Pedrotti 250/992-1168 Meets twice yearly Karl Froelich 1st Tuesday monthly, 7pm, Deary Community Bldg., Deary, ID Bob Henriksen 208/835-6722 Meets every other month Becky Paull 208/798-9594 Kathy Hodl 509/291-3971 Members only meetings 3rd Saturday monthly, 7pm Karen Kimball 208/772-2434 2nd & 4th Sunday monthly Dan & Gretchen Thompson 406/862-1331 Jack Gillette 253/847-1626 Every 4th Wednesday, 7pm, Elk Plain Grange, East Spanaway 2nd Thursday monthly, Silver Spurs Club House, Silverdale, WA Lynn Travis, PO Box 1730, Silverdale, WA 98383 North of Seattle Ame Seelow 360/678-7470 Monthly meetings Norm Poser 509/924-8625 Melanie Weir 4015 N Christensen Rd, Medical Lake, WA 99022 509/998-5039 Gail Morris 406/866-3434 Monthly meeetings 1st Tuesday, Noxon, MT Shannon 406/827-3399 1st Thursday monthly, Miriam Henn 513/403-6371 Michelle LeVar 509/951-9225 Monthly meetings, Group Patrol Spokane County Bi-monthly meetings Louise Casey 509/226-0582 Monthly meetings, call for location Merle Olsen 208/267-2272 Western Games shows, Winter season, ES Fairgrounds, Monroe, WA 3rd Thursday monthly, 7:30pm, Pasco McDonalds Netta Goodin 509/547-0923 3rd Tuesday monthly, 6:30pm, LaCosta Mexican Rest., Vancouver, WA TBD 208/791-6130 1st Monday monthly, 6:30pm, Deer Park Pizza Factory Kristen Florez 509/220-0335 2nd Thursdays monthly, 6:30pm, Busy Bee, Airway Heights, WA Phoebe Duke 509/796-2140 Monthly Events & Meetings Call for meeting times Cheryl/Dam Moriarty 509/299/4191 St. John, WA Holli Bafus 509/648-3815 3rd Wednesday monthly, Federal Building Diane Farrell 208/245-3388 2nd Wednesday monthly at C&D’s Monthly Meetings, call for times & locations Kirk Peters 253/639-3392 27405 S Cheney Spangle Rd, Cheney, WA 99004 509/370-8231 Priest River, ID Joanne Richey 208-880-7483 4th Tuesday monthly, 7:30pm Bonnie Freeman 208/880-4776 Schooling Show last Friday in March, Albert Arena Anne Gahley 208/286-7050 2nd Tuesday monthly, URSC Arena Clubhouse Debra Zimnicki 208/245-6868 Terri 509/993-4662 3rd Tuesday monthly, The Grubstake, Helena, MT Anita Wilson 406/235-4266 Shelley Bridges 253/472-8001 Meets Saturdays Bob Davisson 2nd Saturday monthly, Noon, Buzz In Steak House, Ellensburg, WA Ginny Howard 509/588-3614 Call for more information Linda 360/736-9150 Jeanine Kern Open April-October annually, Cle Elum, WA 1st Friday monthly, S 7th St, Missoula, MT Debby Cress 406/777-1802 Monthly meetings & summer events Melissa Stockmen 509/276-9862 Call for meeting info Laura 509/499-4975

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FALL 2018




Wanted: Quarter Pony Sound, Well broke & good on trails, 13.2‑ 14.2. For a lady long in the tooth. 509/945‑6453

Echo Valley Ranch Horse Boarding 12x12 stalls with large runs, 60x40 lighted indoor arena, round pen, (2) large outdoor arenas, 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

Women’s Boots, 5 Pairs, Leather, Like new Laredo Roper cowboy boots, 2 pair, new, size 8.5, gray or black cherry, $75 each or best offer. Keens new tall win‑ ter boots, black, side, full zip, $75 ($200 value). 2 pair black dress boots, very nice, halter style, $35‑$75. 1 pair Taos sandals, brown, good arch walking motion, size 8, $25. See to appreciate these items. Calls only 509/598‑8815 Spokane Valley

Premier Full Service Boarding With resident attendant. Individual pens with shelters, pasture turn‑out available, heated water & heated tack room, wash rack, in‑ door & outdoor arenas, endless trails, easy access. Diamond Pine Ranch, Deer Park, 509/723‑8166

Doctor’s Buggy With Full Leather harness All original, in great shape. $2500. 208/661‑5031 Post Falls

Beautiful 6 Year Old American Saddle bred mare. Well bred, well broke & great on trails, will cross rivers & go anywhere, loves to go, loads & hauls well, good with farrier & loves attention, proven broodmare with National show horse filly, filly is not for sale, $4000 or best offer. 509/496‑6598 text or call. Deer Park

MULES Fancy Pasture Pets: 2 Gelded Tiger Jacks, approximately 13 years old, $3495 for the pair, or best offer, call 509/994‑7259, ask for Ray

PAINTS Paints For Sale: Three Yearlings, One year old gelding, one 2 year old filly, one 4 year old filly, one 7 year old filly. Registered & grade, $500 to $1500. 509/253‑4631 Davenport Must Sell, Registered APHA Tovero grey & white, 6 year mare, very stout, huge hip, likes to work cattle, been on trails, 30 days with trainer as refresher this spring, $1700. 509/292‑2788 or 509/939‑8166 Elk

TENNESSEE WALKERS After 40 Some Years Of Raising Great registered Tennessee Walkers under the name of Tobe’s Tennessee Walking Horses, we are old & ready to retire. We have 2 mares for sale, a registered mare, 16 years, called Lucy & 1 unregistered mare, 8 years, called Hee Hee. Tom & Bev Forkner 509/238‑6859 Spokane Area

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.La‑ Call 509/953‑4511; 509/993‑7758

Northwest Trails Boarding Happy healthy horses. Excellent care, recom‑ mended 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 train‑ ing & lessons available, friendly, helpful atmosphere. www.Northwest‑ 509/276‑6345 Deer Park


Barefoot Hoof Trimming 4PB‑S.A.I.D. Method, nature’s correct healthy & pre‑ ferred alternative to metal shoes. J.B. Healy, third generation farrier. 509/456‑5555

Arabian Horse Yearbooks. Hamley western saddle, hand tooled; Collegiate english show saddle; show halter & eng‑ lish and western show bridles; many horse blankets & horse equipment. 509/456‑7628 Cheney, Washington 40% Crude Protein Pelleted Camelina meal in tote bags. Naturally high in Ome‑ ga 3’s & Vitamin E. $340/ ton, Ritzville, Washington. 509/520‑9642, www.Cam‑

TACK & TRAILERS Will Rogers Saddle Company: Fall Is in the air! We have blankets on sale now, last year’s stock available up to 50% off. Belts, 30% off. Great selection of new & used saddles & tack, we have package deals starting at $150. Next Spin to Win event date is October 21, Spokane Fair & Expo Center. Our Facebook page is updat‑ ed all the time, so like & follow our page. Specials on multiple item purchases for your whole team. We have contacts at over 60 different companies for any order you need, we’re happy to help! Join our email list so you receive exclusive offers! We sup‑ port High School equestrian teams (WAH‑ SET) & 4H members. Major credit cards accepted, convenient layaway program. Buy, sell, trade www.WillRogersSaddle. com 509/466‑0106 Mead



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Decker Pack Saddle, Used twice, orange fiberglass paniers, $500. Older Sawbuck pack saddle with canvas bag pan‑ iers, $200. Two 16” Western riding saddles, $200 each. Driving cart with motorcycle wheels, seats two, $400. 20 year old Molly pack mule, 14H, no bite, no kick, picks up her feet for trim, $500. 509/994‑5186 North Spokane

Spokane Tack Trunk 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! Find us on Facebook & Instagram. 11515 E. Trent, Spokane Valley. 509/927‑5891

Horseback Riding Lessons & Trail Rides available. Call Ryan 509/934‑0791 Spo‑ kane, WA

2006 Exiss LQ 3 Horse Trailer Auto jack, extra lights in tack room, good shape, asking $30,000 or best offer. Call or text, 541/561‑4471 Pack Saddle, Riding Saddles, Tack, miscellaneous halters, etc. Good condi‑ tion, top quality. Call 509/291‑3185, text 509/844‑5291, email LLRandall58@aol. com Freeman/ Rockford, Washington area


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


Fall Fun Ride & Scavenger Hunt sponsored by Ponderosa Chapter Back Country Horsemen. Saturday, Septem‑ ber 29, 9am‑1pm. Riverside State Park Equestrian Area, 3402 N. Equestrian Lane, Spokane (see for di‑ rections). Join us for a fun ride through Riverside State Park, chili feed, door prizes, raffle & music. Details & pre‑reg‑ istration form at Ques‑ tions? Call Ken Carmichael, 509/466‑2225 or email:

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Hermiston Horse Sale Extravag. .....6 Ponderosa Back Country Horsemen . 11 Spokane Open Barns ...................13

Ed Anderson Real Estate Loans ....24 Jim Palmer, Jr. ..............................22 Pete Bacarella ..............................25 Rosemary Barber .........................24 Steve Hagen ................................23 Suzy Dix............................. Cover, 2

BARNS & BUILDINGS Bale Barns ...................................12 NW Cover-All/Fabri-Steel ............15 Steel Structures of America, Inc ...28

BREEDERS C&S Ranch ...................................5 Shalwyn Arabians ........................16 Wind Drift Farm Quarter Horses ..18

FACILITY Diamond Pine Ranch ....................4 Lady Raven Stable .........................4 Upriver Stables ..............................3

FENCING All Terrain Fence ..........................19 North 40 Fence Company..............8

HORSES Cherie/Tim Winship .....................18 Shalwyn Arabians ........................16 Midnyte Shetlands .........................3 Wind Drift Farm ..........................18

MISCELLANEOUS Class 8 Trucks ..............................14 4x4 Mini Trucks, Harris Katz ........16 HUB International, Fran Jene .........4

SADDLES, TACK & CLOTHING Indiana Harness Co. ......................4 Spokane Tack Trunk .......................8 Will Rogers Saddle Co ............. Back

TRAINERS Ann Kirk Horsemanship...............10 Morris Stables / Ed Morris ..............8

TRAILERS & TRAILER REPAIR Huber Trailer Sales.........................7 Washington Auto Carriage .............9

VETERINARIAN McKinlay & Peters Equine............17


P.O. Box 427 • Spokane, W A 99210 -0427 • (509) 922-3456

P.O. Box 427, Spokane, WA 99210 • (509) 922-3456 • 1-800-326-2223

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