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Plan Ahead For Disaster by Michelle Binder-Zolezzi ............... 4 Veterinary Knowledge Art of Acupuncture Dr. Misty Parker, DVM ...................... 10 ann Kirk Sensible Saddle Basics, Part 3 ........... 16 Developing The Trail Horse & rider by Ken Carmichael, IEBCH .............. 20 baxter black On The Edge of Common Sense About Horses I’ve Known ................. 26
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Dawn Nelson is a true cowgirl, born and raised on a cattle ranch in Northeastern Washington State. Married to a rancher, she now calls Creston, Washington her home. Dawn, husband Kris, and their daughter Laren own and operate a large cattle ranch in central Washington. Dawn enjoys showing her registered cattle, riding horses, hunting, fishing, camping and most any other outdoor activity. She volunteers a lot of time to 4-H and is actively involved in her county Cattlemen’s Association. When Dawn is not riding, she is writing murder mysteries set on modern day ranches. To date she has fourteen books published and one CD, plus three non-fiction books out: A Cowgirl Remembers When, A Cowgirl Never Forgets and A Cowgirl Always Gets Even. She has five books out from her first series, The Rancher Series, titled Cowgirl’s Justice, The Colt, The Rancher, Wanted Dead or Alive and High Country. She also has two books out from her second series, The Range Series. Range Wild and Range Law hit stands last year and have been flying off shelves. Dawn’s third series is a set of novels set in Montana and is titled the Montana Strong Novels. The first of them has been released this year and is called Montana Star. Alongside her series Dawn also has
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It is human nature to fear or be skeptical of what we do not know or understand. As I started my journey into the world of homeopathic therapies, including chiropractic, acupuncture and herbal therapy, I most certainly did not know or understand how my life would change. Ten years ago, when I graduated with a DVM degree, I did not believe in these “alternative” approaches. Today, I can proudly say that I have made a positive influence on the equine population by adding homeopathic therapies to the way I practice veterinary medicine. So I hope over the next few paragraphs I can steal your attention long enough to offer some education, and therefore some re-assurance about a topic that is still considered by some to be foreign and not widely understood. “Never be afraid to try something new. Remember amateurs built the ark, Professionals built the Titanic.” Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), which
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nerve endings which send signals to the brain that then tells the body to produce chemicals and hormones that stimulate the body to heal. An ancient Chinese acupuncture philosopher, Shen Nung, hypothesized that every person and living thing has an energy force that travels throughout the body. This energy force the Chinese call “Qi” (Chee). Qi consists of spiritual, emotional, mental and physical life activities. It is an essential part of everything in nature and is made up of two parts, yin and yang. Yin and yang represent balance of opposites, or positive vs. negative (for example, there would be no concept of light without dark). Qi flows throughout the body along what we call “meridians” (channels). There are 12 paired channels (running on both the right and left sides of the body) and 2 unpaired channels (running along the front and back midlines of the body). If the flow of Qi is disrupted, unbalanced or deficient or the meridians are obstructed, then yin and yang become unbalanced and result in disease, illness and/or pain. Acupuncture will restore the balance and promote healing. Acupuncture techniques include dry needling, electrostimulation, aquapuncture, moxibustion, hemoacupuncture and pneumoacupuncture. Dry needling is strictly inserting needles into the acupuncture points. Needles vary in gauge and length. Typically 28 gauge needles are used on horses, ranging from ½ inch to 4 or 5 inches long. Electrostimulation involves attaching electrodes to the needles that send an electrical current through them. Varying intensities, frequencies and pulsating patterns are used. Electroacupuncture was first used in China in the 1930’s and is used to get a stronger and more continuous level of stimulation. Aquapuncture is a method of injecting fluids, such as saline, vitamin B12, the patient’s own blood, or local anesthetics into acupuncture points. It is used to get a longer duration of stimulation. Moxibustion is when the herb Artemisia vulgaris is burned on or above the skin near acupuncture points. The heat and herbal essence warms the Qi and blood and will therefore increase flow. Hemoacupuncture is a technique in which a blood vessel is punctured with a hypodermic needle in order to draw blood out of the animal and release heat. It is counterintuitive to bleed weak, debilitated or pregnant animals, as well as animals with zoonotic blood borne diseases (diseases that are contagious to humans). Pneumoacupuncture is the practice of injecting air into acupuncture sites. It is most commonly used in cases of suprascapular nerve paresis (A.K.A. Sweeney). Prior to any acupuncture technique, an acupuncture scan will be done. The scan consists of applying pressure to the 14 different meridians and looking for reactivity, changes in temperature, and swelling or inflammation. The scan is very important and useful in obtaining a diagnosis as well as for finding sub-clinical problems. Your veterinarian will also assess tongue color, pulse quality, and ask questions to determine your horse’s constitution. Many different conditions can be treated with acupuncture. Some of the most common conditions acupuncture is used to treat and/or manage include back soreness, osteoarthritis, bowed tendons/tendonitis, laryngeal hemiplegia, uveitis, caudal heel pain/navicular disease, laminitis, tying up, colic, ulcers, diarrhea, pulmonary disease, reproductive disorders,
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Ann Kirk Sensible Saddle Basics – Part 3 How did your saddling lesson go last month? Did your horse pass the test with high scores or did you find yourself in the middle of a wreck? Putting the saddle on for the first time can be a great test of how well you have taught the Bridle Dance and emotional control exercises. Some of you will be high-fiving and grooving while others will be trying to find and fill in the holes. Either way, don’t get discouraged. Every time you add another step, it is just a test of how well you taught the one before. And, when you add something new, what you did before may get a little messy until your horse learns to tell the difference between the cues. Last time, we ended with saddling the horse, cinching him loosely, walking him through the Bridle Dance, tightening the girth a little more and repeating until the saddle was cinched on securely. I trust it all went well and that you repeated this process several times in the last couple months. I’m sure many of you have already moved your horse off into a trot and even a lope. But let me tell you how I usually do this to try to avoid bucking and possible injury to the horse. I teach this lesson to the horse without the saddle on first so they don’t have to learn a new lesson with the distraction of the saddle complicating things. Starting at the walk, I will work my horse through the Bridle Dance just like before, doing at least 10 reps on each side before advancing to the trot. Holding the rein close to the bit on the left side, I will cue
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I shorten the lead enough to reach his hip with the whip for the go-forward cue. If he tightens up and stops, that is great. I want my horse to stop if he is in doubt rather than buck. If he stops, I will praise him, wait until he is relaxed and just start again until he will trot to the left comfortably. If he bucks or thinks of bucking, I will try to slide my hand up the line, disengage his hip and start again. If he really bucks, I will try to bump the bit enough to stop him if I can do so safely. Otherwise, I will let go of the rope and let him work it out. Then pick up the lead and start again. When he is going fine for a few circles, slide up, disengage his hip to a stop, switch the lead to the other side and repeat. When you think he is ready, you can move him to the lope. He will probably need to have a longer line hooked to his bit as a 12’ line will be too short. This also should be taught without the saddle first. Be patient and let him work it through. I keep mine at a trot for several days before going to the lope. Given time, he will get comfortable changing speeds with the saddle. Next, bring him back in close with your hand holding the rein (not the lead) near the bit. From a standstill, start sacking him out. Starting softly, move the stirrups, slap the seat, flap the stirrup leathers, etc. and disengage his hip if he Dmoves. D DIncrease the intensity as he gets more comfortable with the movements and sounds. When none of this phases him, do it as he walks on the circle, asking him to keep his D D D D head dropped and relaxed as he gives to you. Stop him and
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praise him often. Switch sides regularly to get him good on both sides. If you have sacked him out with stuff, without the saddle on, you could also sack him lightly with those props as he works the Bridle Dance around you. Another thing I will do is sack my horse with a rope from the saddle horn before getting ready to mount. I like to use a medium soft rope that is long enough to easily reach around the far side of the horse when he is against the fence and I am near the middle of the pen. With the reins tied up out of the way or the bridle/bit removed, I send the horse off to the left. The rope is hooked on the saddle horn, coming off on the inside. Be sure the saddle is tight as you will be pulling on the horn and you don’t want the saddle turning on the horse. As the horse goes around, I let the rope drag in the middle while I hold near the end. Starting soft and getting bigger, I start flipping the rope around the horse; on his sides, shoulders, hips and such. Get it up in the air and in against his legs. If he gets panicked, stop moving the rope so much or at all and step towards the front to encourage him to slow down. Have him turn in and stop. Flip the rope over his head or walk up and put it over his head to the other side and send him off to the right. This is also an exercise you can do without the saddle by attaching the rope around his neck and working from there. When he is accepting of the rope on the inside, try flipping it over his rump so it goes behind his back legs. Or you might have to stop him and put it in place, then send him back off. Leave slack in the rope. If you apply pressure too soon, it may be too much. Starting soft, begin to take out the slack and then drop it back in. Work up to keeping a steady pressure for a few seconds before releasing. If the horse gets really frightened, ask for an inside turn and drop the rope to the ground when he comes across. This puts the rope back on the inside. Be careful that the rope doesn’t get under the tail. If it does, don’t pull on it. Let the horse work it out until he relaxes and then the rope should drop out on its own. If not, do the turns until he stops and help him out. In the course of the turns and flips, you will most likely get the rope between and around his legs. If it doesn’t look dangerous, use it to your advantage. Apply pressure and release, flip and bump the rope, etc. until he is quiet. If he starts to get tangled and it looks like a wreck is coming, turn loose of the rope and have him stop so you can get him loose. When you are satisfied, take the rope off and call it a day. This does not all have to be done in one session. Break it into as many as you want. You will ride your horse for many, many years so taking a little extra time to get him prepared will be worth the investment. Until next time, keep refining and having fun — Ann Kirk For more information on Ann Kirk and her Sensible Horsemanship Program, go to www.annkirk.com. Check out the upcoming clinics and the Sensible Horsemanship DVDs. Ann is also available for private lessons or clinics in your area.
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Developing the Trail Horse & Rider by Ken Carmichael, IEBCH Last year we held a very successful open house for the Riverside State Park equestrian area where we introduced the public to our arena, round pen, trail course and campground. This year on Saturday, September 26 we will follow that up with a new event called “Developing the Trail Horse and Rider”. This is brought to you by the Riverside State Park Foundation (RSPF) with support from the Inland Empire Chapter of Back Country Horsemen of Washington (IEBCH). All profits from the event will be dedicated to the development of the equestrian area in Riverside State Park. This is not a Trail Challenge. It is designed to help horses and riders be more confident with what you will experience on the trail. There will be a course to go through, written material to take home, a spaghetti feed, door prizes & a good time for you, your friends and your horse. Our goal is to have a fun, non-competitive event where we all come away with more knowledge and a safer horse. The Tough Enough Equestrian Drill Team will perform a grand entry and at noon break. There will also be live music to eat by. Because RSPF and IEBCH are interested in promoting safe and enjoyable equestrian experiences for our youth there is no charge for those under 18 years of age. Pre-registration ends September 18 for the best price but you may register at the door. Registration information is at www.iebch.com Thank you for supporting Riverside State Park and all the equestrian opportunities it provides.
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About Horses I've Known About horses I’ve known…My first was named Maggie. A Standard bred. I was in the 3rd grade. Father gave me an old cavalry saddle, split down the middle, light enough I could lift it. It was so uncomfortable I rode bareback. I went to a one-room schoolhouse with six grades. I was the only kid in the 3rd grade! Our house was on one side of the horse pasture and the schoolhouse was on the other. I rode Maggie to school and walked home. When we moved from Texas to New Mexico, my new horse was named Buck. He was a good horse to grow up on. In the ensuing years in Colorado I’ve had Cricket, who went with the divorce, Coyote, who raised my daughter, Bay who had ring bone, Leo, a rope horse who wore a bikini top over his right eye to keep him from turning out, one with a King Ranch brand who tore down my tack room, Reven Bubba, a colt, then Sonny, a left-handed heeling horse. Not to mention several I just bought and sold.
In Arizona, we made Sonny a ranch horse. Others followed; Rex Allen who raised my son, Paint that I took in trade for speaking to the Paint Association, Chaco, who became my “movie” horse in addition to his ranching responsibilities, Maria, a paint mare that I traded for Winchester who had a little Thoroughbred in him, and Tom Perry, a solid buckskin. Today we have Copper, Missy, José, straight from Mexico, and Bravo who is as big as a school bus. They all do ranch work. In my life of travelin’, I’ve ridden many borrowed horses on trail rides, at ropings, parades and grand openings, but one deserves my highest praise. I was participating in the Reba/Ben Johnson Celebrity Roping at Gaylord Arena in Gutherie, OK. Red Steagall lent me his ambidextrous white horse named Toby. I drew up with Fred Whitfield, 8 times World Championship roper. I saw Fred during the afternoon practice warm up. It was a little intimidating. I was horseless, afoot and USTRC ranked as #2 in skill, which is like kindergarten level. He rode over to me and said, looking down from his throne, “You just go out there and rope him, if you can, and if, by some chance you do I’ll rope the heels.” I stammered, “Uh…I’m left-handed.” He looked at me like I’d just pooped on the carpet, turned his horse and rode away. That evening he said, “Okay, I’ll rope him and try to drag him real slow so you might be able to catch at least one foot.” I said, “Fred, rope him as fast as you can and turn him hard.”
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He gave me the eagle eye. I could imagine him thinkin’, “He ain’t seen nothin’ yet.” I climbed on Toby, in Red’s saddle and backed in the box. We roped the first one in 9.0. When we came tight Fred looked across the steer at me and said, “We might have a chance,” and did his ‘raise the roof’ hand gesture. 27.7 seconds on our second steer and made the cut. Our turn on the third go we did in 7.8. Fastest in the roping so far. Toby was PERFECT! We waited. The last team to go was a team of 19-year-old boys, Ty O’Neil and Trey Miller. What are the odds, I was thinkin’. They shot out of the box like jet pilots! I think I saw contrails. Their ropes sang as they flew and in less time than it takes to drive a horseshoe nail, the horse faced and the crowd exploded! 7.7 Toby understood. He knew we just got lucky and proved my team roping philosophy; the farther you go down the arena, the faster the wheel comes off the wagon! www.baxterblack.com
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5 Year Old 1/2 Arab Gelding, Clips, bathes, hauls, goes Western or English, would do dressage or reining, he would do well in Competition Trail or Endurance as he is bred for speed & quick heart recovery. He loves to be ridden & going somewhere, and the farrier loves him! 509/646‑3246; 509/531‑7064. Kahlotus
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Spokane Tack Trunk, We Have English & Western saddles, tack, clothes & much more. From the trail to the show ring, we’ve got you covered! 11515 E. Trent, Spokane Valley. 509/927‑5891 www.SpokaneTackTrunk.com
Price Reduced! 5 Bedroom, 1 Bath On 10 acres, complete horse setup including cross fencing, secluded area, $254,900. Jonel 509/220‑3546 Wild West Realty
Barefoot Hoof Trimming‑ 4PB‑S.A.I.D. Method, nature’s correct healthy & preferred alternative to metal shoes. J.B. Healy, third generation farrier. 509/456‑5555
TRAINING / INSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE Complete Horse Setup, 16 Stall Barn, 50x50 indoor arena, fenced & cross fenced, 2 homes, 40x60 shop, machine shed, hay storage, chicken house, root cellar, storage bins & other outbuildings, 6.32 acres with more land available, the main house is 2500 sq.ft. with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths built in 1981 & is in excellent condition with full finished basement & new siding & windows, second home is a 1902 farmhouse that has been insulated & sheetrocked but is in need of TLC, located just 5 easy miles off of I‑ 90 southwest of Spokane, $185,000. Farrah Brittain 509/280‑9591 Wild West Realty
Horse Training, Riding & Driving lessons, indoors. Also, gaited horses. Full time trainer since 1980. www.MorrisStables.com, email@example.com 509/276‑6990 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
EVENTS Oregon Rd. Horse Property, 20 Acres, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, completely remodeled home, nice barn, fenced, pens, 20 gpm well, $320,000. Ericks Realty Jeff 509/990-0523, 509/276-2919 www.EricksRealty.com Horse Property: The former “Harmony Stables”, Bigelow Gulch Rd., Spokane, 13.23 acres, 2 bedroom home with bonus room, 48’x35’ shop, 100’x50’ indoor arena, 255’x150’ square arena, 140’ round arena, 60’ round pen, (3) 80’x30’ horse barns, Big Red Barn circa 1930, garage, water/ power in outbuildings, $340,000. MLS#201513213. Terry Jordahl, Keller Williams, www.terry.buyandsellspokane. com, 509/701-3846
Hermiston Horse Sale Extravaganza, Saturday & Sunday, October 10‑11, Hermiston Fairgrounds. Don’t miss it! For more information, www.HermistonHorseSaleExtravaganza.com or call Tyler Morgan, 509/830‑2320
FARRIERS Equine Barefoot Trimming, 12 years experience, proper balance for soundness & performance, excellent for rehabbing horses, Darlene 509/431‑7528 Deer Park
Dale Stoller Horseshoeing, 701/260‑2213. Trims starting at $40 for minis & saddle horses, shoes starting at $95 for full set of shoes for saddle horses. Serving the Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho area, but willing to travel to extended areas. Able to work with lameness issues, 7 years experience on various disciplines of horses. Graduate of MSU Farrier program Black Saddle Farrier Services, 208/691‑4146. Owned & operated professionally by Mark Milbourn. Based just outside Rathdrum, ID with clients & business licenses for eastern Washington, northern Idaho & western Montana. Certified through Montana State University with a degree in Farrier Science. 19 years of experience making a living with horses. Willing to work with young & old horses. All breeds as well as any discipline are accepted. Experienced with lameness & hoof rehabilitation issues. 99% of work will be performed out of a forge with horses being hot‑fitted with shoes unless owner requests differently. All appointments are scheduled for you to be present at the arranged date & time. The option of having your follow‑up appointment scheduled before I leave is available. Rates start at: trims $45, a full set of shoes $100, & $15/ horse discount if you haul to me. Shoes are guaranteed for 6 weeks unless otherwise stated at time of appointment. Please call Scarlett Milbourn 2 weeks in advance to set up an appointment at 208/691‑ 4146
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Ken Smith 509/780-9614 Barbara Rehfield 509/588-5130 509/663-3175 www.appleatcheeriders.com Kay Coe, Chairman 509/457-8626 Ken Carmichael 509/466-2225 www.iebch.com Jim Hudkins 509/954-7446 firstname.lastname@example.org Connie Glass 208/687-3608 Lloyd Odell (Pres.) 509/779-4244 email@example.com Monica Cassidy www.bsmha.org Mark Goss 406/360-6355 Brad Pollman 406/546-6492 firstname.lastname@example.org Scooter 406/827-4523 Trish Prince email@example.com Nancy Eidam 541/561-6644 P.O. Box 949, Libby,MT 59923 www.bchmt.org Brad Minden 208/858-2026 Tracie Traver 865/300-7133 Laura 509/499-4975 LaNay 509/627-4641 Alexcia Livingstone 208/877-1636 Bill Bailey 509/750-8196 Fran Jacobson 360/825-3525 JP Melton 208/691-1003 Brenda Robison firstname.lastname@example.org Julie Errend 541/922-2704 Benny Beck 509/750-6497 email@example.com Erva Hatfield 509/925-9172 Sandy Jones 509/979-1468 Scott Wiggins 509/868-1641 Janice Schoonover 208/263-9066 Cecil Newkirk 509/989-9586 firstname.lastname@example.org Leanne 406/847-2363 www.horsewyse.com 406/266-3311 Kari 509/939-0151 Heather 509/981-0455 or www.iebra.net Sue 509/291-5765 Meri 509/226-2448 email@example.com Lea Williams 509/994-9829 Janet Gorman 509/276-2605 Judy Malby 509/447-4663 or 509/991-2894 Chris Hutchinson 208/676-1633 Joy Terry 509/995-6327 Cynthia Wahl 509/466-0109 Debbie Kruger, 208/687-9404 Shannon 509/951-8053 firstname.lastname@example.org Kathy Cowan 360/886-1729 Lisa 208/882-0832 Tami 208/591-4783 Becky Wright 208/791-1819 Oly Burnett 509/935-4006 Debra 541/567-3134, Linda 541/567-0041 Kim Winburn 541/990-5134 Mike Moore 406/370-7549 Gail Morris 406/866-3434 Gary 801/885-4714 253/740-1665 or www.mountedmischief4-h.org Amber Gray 208/882-3304 Casie Monge 509/939-4175 www.nbhawa04.com Sonni Gilbert 509/990-0268 email@example.com Joni Woodrring 253/405-9650 Melissa Stockman 509/276-9862
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Call for details 2nd Saturday of the month 2nd Th., Apex Physical Therapy, Airway Heights, WA Email for information Call for information Monthly Meetings Omak Stampede Grounds, Omak, WA Call for information 1st Tuesday monthly, call for details, PO Box 537, Newburg, OR Monthly meetings in Central Oregon, Check website www.paalh.com Meets twice yearly Meets every other month Members only meetings 3rd Saturday monthly, 7pm 2nd & 4th Sunday monthly Every 4th Wednesday, 7pm, Elk Plain Grange, East Spanaway 2nd Thursday monthly, Silver Spurs Club House, Silverdale, WA North of Seattle Monthly meetings www.rideandtie.org 4015 N. Christensen Rd., Medical Lake, WA 99022 www.montanarmba.org Monthly meeetings 1st Tuesday, Noxon, MT 1st Thursday monthly, www.sapphireAHC.org Monthly meetings, Group Patrol Spokane County Bi-monthly meetings Monthly meetings, call for location 3rd Thursday monthly, Pasco McDonalds, 7:30pm 3rd Tuesday monthly, Jollies Restaurant, Ridgefield, WA TBD 1st Monday monthly, 6:30pm, Deer Park Pizza Factory 2nd Thursdays monthly, 6:30pm, Busy Bee, Airway Heights Monthly Events & Meetings Call for meeting times St. John, WA 3rd Wednesday monthly, Federal Building 2nd Wednesday monthly at C&D’s Monthly Meetings, call for times & locations 2nd Tuesday (except July, Aug, Dec), 7pm, Pasadena Park Elem. Priest River, ID. trailsnmore.weebly.com firstname.lastname@example.org 4th Tuesday monthly, 7:30pm Schooling Show last Friday in March, Albert Arena 2nd Tuesday monthly, URSC Arena Clubhouse 3rd Tuesday monthly, The Grubstake, Helena, MT www.WABredPaints.com Meets Saturdays 2nd Saturday monthly, Noon, Buzz In Steak House, Ellensburg, WA Call for more information Open April-October annually, Cle Elum, WA 1st Fri monthly, S. 7th St., Missoula, MT Monthly meetings & summer events Call for meeting info
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Anado Ace WindDrift Farm ...........................24
Ann Kirk – 2 Day Trail Clinic.......16 Cowboy Dressage Fall Gathering...3 Hermiston Fall Extravaganza .........8 Riverside State Park Foundation Obstacle Course for Horse & Rider..............................20 RHANW Spin Out .......................21 Tellington/TTouch Hands On Clinic .........................24
Dawn Nelson, Western Author ..................Cover, 2 Eco Energy Solutions ...................12 HUB International .......................24
IBN Salvadino Shalwyn Arabians ........................24 Mama Said Dash C & S Ranch ................................22 Mr Bo Button Meadow Starr Ranch .....................5 NU Steps To Cash BAF Performance Horses ...............7 Poco Buenos Ghost C & S Ranch ................................22 SA Meshach Shalwyn Arabians ........................24
BarnS & BuildingS Custom Barns N.W. .......................9 Mike/Cathy Reynolds-Bale Barns .10 Northwest Cover-All ....................15 Spokane Post Frame ....................25 Solid Structures............................17 Steel Structures of America, Inc ...13
BreederS C & S Ranch ................................22 Shalwyn Arabians ........................24 WindDrift Farm Quarter Horses...24
Facility Diamond Pine Ranch ..................18 Lady Raven Stables ......................24 Upriver Stables ..............................6
Feed & acceSSorieS Lazy J Bedding.............................26 LMF Feeds ...................................19
Fencing North 40 Fence Company .............6
HorSeS For Sale BAF Performance Horses ...............7 Fallon Mustang Ranch .................14 Weaver Quarter Horses ...............27
real eState Boito, Sheri..................................29 Dix, Suzy.....................................30 Scheckler, Shannon .....................31 Tilton, Sheri ............................32,33
SaddleS, tack & clotHing Indiana Harness Co. .....................6 Spokane Tack Trunk ......................4 Will Rogers Saddle Co. ............ Back
trainerS Ann Kirk Sensible Horsemanship .16 Julie Jene Tellington/TTouch ........24 Relational Riding Academy ...........3 Whetzel Horse Training...............29
trailerS & trailer repair Huber Trailers Sales.....................23 Washington Auto Carriage...........28
veterinarian McKinlay & Peters Equine ...........11
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