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					       I L L I N O I S
   HORSE FAIR
      March 4-6, 2011
   STATE FAIRGROUNDS, SPRINGFIELD




              presented by:

 Purina Feeds n Midway Trailer Sales
       n Illinois Farm Bureau
              produced by:
HorSeMen’S CounCIl oF IllInoIS
Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                         Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 3




             Contents
Welcome ..................................................................................... Page 2
Schedule for Friday ................................................................... Page 3
Schedule for Saturday .............................................................. Page 4
Schedule for Sunday ................................................................. Page 6
Horsemen’s Council of Illinois directors and advisors ....... Page 8
Horse’n Around Events; What Not to Miss .......................... Page 10
Stallion contacts ......................................................................... Page 12
Site Map/Where to Find Things ............................................. Page 14
Clinician biographies ................................................................ Page 20
Presenter biographies ............................................................... Page 24
Breed/Sport Demonstration order ......................................... Page 29
Breed/Sport Demonstration contacts .................................... Page 36
Vendor contacts ......................................................................... Page 30



                 Illinois Horse Fair
              Where horses and people have been
                coming together for 22 years!
4 – Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                                  Horsemen’s Council of Illinois   Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                                               Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 5

                                                                                                                          DAILY SCHEDULE              FRIDAY             MARCH 4, 2011 DOORS OPEN 1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                    Welcome to the Illinois Horse Fair
                                                                                                                  FRIDAY 1:00 p.m.           Doors Open                  Early Bird Shoppers get Friday-only promotions,
                                                                                                                                                                         See fully stocked merchandise.




                 Welcome
                                                                                                                  1:15-2:00 p.m.             LC Arena                    Craig Cameron – Passion and Grit: What it means
                                                                                                                                                                         to be a cowboy
                                                                                                                  2:00-2:45 p.m.             LC Arena                    Ryan Gingerich – Thoroughbred career counseling;
                                                                                                                                                                         retraining for a new life off the track
                                                                                                                  2:45-3:30 p.m.             LC Arena                    Charles Wilhelm – 4 natural aids; how to use them
                                                                                                                  3:30-4:30 p.m.             LC Arena                    Craig Cameron – Bits aren’t just for stopping;
                                                                                                                                                                         learn bit progression, expect results
                     The Voice of the Illinois Horse Industry                                                     4:30-5:30 p.m.             LC Arena                    Tim Boyer – Getting to the side pass; control
                     Horsemen’s Council of Illinois                                                               5:30-6:30 p.m.             LC Arena                    Charles Wilhelm – Light, collected stop without a
                     3085 Stevenson Drive, Suite 200, Springfield, IL 62703
                                                                                                                                                                         big bit, including backing and rollbacks
                                                                                                                  7:30 p.m.                  Coliseum                    Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race
Welcome to the 22nd Annual Illinois Horse Fair, the largest industry-wide equestrian                                                                                     Separate Ticket required:
event in the Illinois, produced by Horsemen’s Council of Illinois (HCI) and sponsored                                                                                    General Admission $9 adult, $6 child/senior
by Purina Mills, Midway Trailer Sales and Illinois Farm Bureau.
                                                                                                                                                                         Preferred Seating $15 adult, $10 child/senior
     Education and equine representation are central tenants for HCI. As such, Illinois
Horse Fair’s educational programming presents the Midwest’s premier opportunity
for the equine community to learn techniques from trainers, working horse, English
and Western clinicians, experts in all phases of horse health and herd management
                                                                                                                                    EquinE Activity LiAbiLity wArning signs
                                                                                                                  Signs are required by law to be conspicuously posted wherever lessons, rentals, rides, and any other
and recognized equine authorities from Southern Illinois University, University of
                                                                                                                  equine activity is taking place. Under P.W.A. #89-0111, signs must conform to certain requirements.
Illinois, and Illinois Department of Agriculture. Illinois Horse Fair is without a doubt
                                                                                                                  Horsemen’s Council of Illinois members can purchase signs at discount.
the best place to network and share information with other horse owners from all
                                                                                                                                   HCI member rate: $12 per sign plus $7 shipping and handling (1-4 signs).
over the region. With stallion parades, breed demonstrations, nightly entertainment,
                                                                                                                                          Non-member rate: $20 per sign plus shipping and handling.
an absolutely mind-blowing assortment of vendors and plenty of ready-to-go horses
in the HorsesForSale aisles, Illinois Horse Fair is the best place to meet your friends
                                                                                                                   Please send me ____ HCI Equine Limited Liability Warning Sign(s). As a current member (or new member),
and others with similar interests and maybe even find your next horse or those spe-
                                                                                                                  my check is enclosed for $12 per sign plus shipping and handling ($7).
cialty tack or clothing items you’ve been seeking.
                                                                                                                   Please send me ____ HCI Equine Limited Liability Warning Sign(s). As a non-member, my check is enclosed for $20
    On behalf of the Horsemen’s Council Board of Directors, I’d like to thank every-
                                                                                                                  per sign plus shipping and handling ($7).
one whose involvement and hard work promise to make this year one of the best
ever, and extend best wishes to everyone showcasing their fine horses this weekend.
                                                                                                                  If you would like to join HCI, please come to the HCI booth in Barn 18, or sign up online at www.HorsemensCouncil.org.
                                                                                                                  To order signs, mail this form along with your name, address, phone number and email address to:
    Be sure to visit the HCI booth and let us know why horses continue
to have a special place in your world.                                                                                             HCI - Signs, 3085 Stevenson Drive, Suite 200, Springfield, IL 62703; or phone: 217-529-6503.


Enjoy the Horse Fair,                                                                                                           Name__________________________________Phone___________________
                                                                                                                                Address_________________________________________________________
Sherry King, Ph.D., President                                                                                                   City, State, Zip____________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                Email __________________________________________________________

                                                                                                                                                        EquinE Activity LiAbiLity Act wArning:

                Purina Mills                                                                                       undEr thE EquinE Activity LiAbiLity Act, EAch pArticipAnt who EngAgEs in An EquinE Activity ExprEssLy
                                                                                                                    AssumEs thE risk of EngAging in And LEgAL rEsponsibiLity for injury, Loss, or dAmAgE to pErson or
                                                                                                                                          propErty rEsuLting from thE risk of EquinE ActivitiEs.
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6 – Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                                                 Horsemen’s Council of Illinois            Illinois Horse Fair 2011   Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 7
      DAILY
SATURDAY             SCHEDULE        SATURDAY              MARCH 5, 2010                     DOORS OPEN 9 a.m.
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.   13 Arena          All-Youth Horse Judging Trials – 4-H, FFA, breed association teams compete.
9:00 a.m. ongoing        East of Barn 18   Visit a Real Horse Camp: Learn what’s involved from Back Country Horseman Bob Wagner.
9:30 - 10:30 a.m.        LC Arena          Ryan Gingerich – Connective Horsemanship: Ground, under saddle work YOU can do.
9:30 - 11:15 a.m.        Coliseum          Craig Cameron – Developing “The Brave Horse”: Colt Starting: Start or re-start right.
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.       LC Seminar Hall   Illinois Trail Riders Open Meeting – All are welcome.
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.       14 Meeting Room   Rodeo Queen Pageant Horsemanship Workshop for clinic riders, spectators.
10:00 a.m. ongoing       Barn 25-L         Dental Floating Without Trauma – See and feel a horse’s mouth before and after float-
                                           ing: Procedure begins: 10 and 11:15am; 1:15, 2:30, 3:45 and 5pm. – Marc Miles, DVM
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.       LC Arena          What is French Classical Dressage – Jill McCrae trains using 18th Century standards.
11:00 a.m. - Noon        LC Seminar Hall   Physics of Saddle Fitting – Julie Cyra, saddle fitting specialist, owner, West 20.
11:00 a.m. - Noon        14 Meeting Room   Horsemen’s Council of Illinois Annual Meeting – All are welcome.
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. LC Arena           Charles Wilhelm – How to Correct Lead Problems: Seven steps needed.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.   Coliseum          Barrel Racing Clinic with Donna Irvin – Riders, spectators learn from a pro.
Noon - 1:00 pm           LC Seminar Hall   Ryan Gingerich – Observe/Evaluate/Plan/Act: step-by-step process to create training plan.
Noon - 1:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room   Getting on the Judge’s Card...and Staying On – Jennifer Lindgren teaches the tricks.
Noon - 1:00 p.m.         Carriage Room     Farrier Demos by Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Assn.
Noon - 12:45 p.m.        East of Barn 18   Horse/Mule Packing 101 – Intro to art of packing, including specialized equipment, tools.
12:30 - 1:15 p.m.        LC Arena          Stallion Parade – Breeding stallions show off individually.
12:30 - 2:30 p.m.        13 Arena          All-Breed Gaited Riding Clinic with Larry Whitesell - Learn to distinguish the gaits.
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall   Craig Cameron Q&A – Hall of Fame Cowboy invites you to “bring your stumpers!”
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room   License Requirements for Horse Trailering – Truck, trailer and driver’s licenses.
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.         LC Arena          Preparing & Presenting the Western Pleasure Horse – John Boxell, AQHA judge.
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.         Coliseum          Charles Wilhelm – Trail Preparation: Seven exercises every horse should know.
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall   Recognizing Quality & Balance in All Horse Types – Kevin Kline, PhD, U of I.
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room   Colic: Reduce the risk through good stable management – Marcia Thibeault DVM
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.         Carriage Room     Farrier Demos by Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Assn.
2:00 - 2:45 p.m.         East of Barn 18   Horse/Mule Packing 101 – Intro to art of packing, including specialized equipment, tools.
2:15 - 3:15 p.m.         LC Arena          Tim Boyer – Solving Horse Problems: Bring questions on your own horse problems.
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.         Coliseum          Ryan Gingerich – The Emotional Horse: Do horses have emotions? What Ryan thinks and why.
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.         13 Arena          The Horse’s Perspective – Tack up in halter and reins to experience what a “horse”
                                           senses when given silent commands by a “trainer”: Sheryl King, PhD, SIU.
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall   PETA or HSUS Shows Up - What to Do? Dave Duquette, United Organizations of the Horse
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room   Introduction to Natural Hoof Care - Ida Hammer, trimmer, American Hoof Assn.
3:15 - 3:30 p.m.         LC Arena          Horsemen’s Council of Illinois Scholarship Awards
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.         LC Arena          Breed/Sport Demonstrations
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.         Coliseum          Craig Cameron – Does Your Horse Have Power Steering? Developing a great “handle.”
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.         13 Arena          Hunters & Jumpers: An Introduction – Amy Nelson-Mazur covers flat work, over fences, etc.
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall   Charles Wilhelm – Seven Secrets Every Horse Wants You to Know
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room   DIY Web Design: How to set-up, manage a site for under $10/month – Creative Buddy.
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.         Bldg. 26          Learn to Test Fecal Samples for Parasites (allow 30 min.) – SIU Equine Science Program
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.         Carriage Room     Farrier Demos by Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Assn.
4:00 - 4:45 p.m.         East of Barn 18   Horse/Mule Packing 101 – Intro to art of packing, including specialized equipment, tools.
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.         13 Arena          Before the Bull: Tim Austin teaches methods to prepare your horse to start on cattle.
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room   All Breed Gaited Riding Clinician Larry Whitesell Q&A for clinic riders, spectators.
5:30 - 6:15 p.m.         LC Arena          Horse Fair Stallions Contest – Audience selects winners by applause.
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.         13 Arena          How to Sensitize the Horse that Leans on Your Spur – Brock Reinebach
6:15 - 6:45 p.m.         LC Arena          All-Youth Horse Judging Trials Awards
7:30 p.m.                Coliseum          Craig Cameron’s Extreme Cowboy Race – Separate ticket required; order in advance:
                                           Gen’l Admission $9 adult, $6 child/sr; Preferred Seating $15 adult, $10 child/sr.

      LC: Livestock Center • LC Seminar Hall: lower level • Carriage Room: Barn 18 • Meeting Room: Demo Barn 14
8 – Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                                                     Horsemen’s Council of Illinois            Illinois Horse Fair 2011                      Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 9
 SUNDAY      DAILY SCHEDULE             SUNDAY             MARCH 6, 2011                      DOORS OPEN 9 a.m.
 9:00 a.m. ongoing        East of Barn 18     Visit a Real Horse Camp: Learn what’s involved from Back Country Horseman Bob Wagner.



                                                                                                                                                        Special Pricing
 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.        LC Arena            Rodeo Queen Pageant Horsemanship Clinic – Learn what’s expected at Pageants.
 9:30 - 11:15 a.m.        Coliseum            Craig Cameron – Developing “The Brave Horse”: How to Get to Broke.
 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.        13 Arena            All-Breed Gaited Riding Clinic with Larry Whitesell - Learn to distinguish the gaits.



                                                                                                                                                             with
 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.       14 Meeting Room Barrel Racing Clinician Donna Irvin Q&A for clinic riders, spectators.
 10:00 a.m. ongoing       Barn 25-L           Dental Floating Without Trauma – See and feel a horse’s mouth before and after float-
                                              ing: Procedure begins at 10 and 11:15am; 1:15, 2:30 and 3:45 pm. – Marc Miles, DVM



                                                                                                                                                       Instant Rebates!
 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.       LC Arena            Charles Wilhelm – Bridging the Gap: Learn how to achieve effective results by blending
                                              the strengths of natural horsemanship with classical and traditional principles.
 11:00 a.m. - Noon        LC Seminar Hall     Physics of Saddle Fitting – Julie Cyra, saddle fitting specialist, owner, West 20.
 11:00 a.m. - Noon        14 Meeting Room Illinois Equine Promotion Board (IEIRPB) Q&A – What’s expected of grant seekers.
 11:00 - 11:45 a.m.       East of Barn 18     Horse Packing for Fun & Work – Pack Western saddle, use knots, small tools for long rides.
 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Coliseum             Ryan Gingerich: Rethinking the Round Pen – Do your techniques need re-tuning?                          3 days only ... March 4, 5 & 6
 11:30 a.m. -12:15 p.m.   LC Arena            Stallion Parade – Breeding stallions show off individually.
 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 13 Arena             What is French Classical Dressage – Jill McCrae trains using 18th Century standards.
                                                                                                                                                        at this factory-sponsored event.
 Noon - 1:00 pm           LC Seminar Hall     Are Mandatory Coggins Laws Made Obsolete by New Data? Sheryl King, PhD, SIU                                   Factory Representatives
                                                                                                                                                                 will be available to assist you.
 Noon - 1:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room Manure: You Got It. Who Wants It? – Randy Fonner, Ag Specialist, U of I Extension
 Noon - 1:00 p.m.         Carriage Room       Farrier Demos by Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Assn.
 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.        LC Arena            Preparing & Presenting the Western Pleasure Horse – John Boxell, AQHA judge.
 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.        Coliseum            Charles Wilhelm – Collection and How to Achieve It.
 12:30 - 1:30 P.M.        13 Arena            Tim Boyer – Trailer Loading
 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall     Craig Cameron Q&A – Hall of Fame Cowboy invites you to “bring your stumpers!”
 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room     Riding Through Fear: Tips for releasing fears, riding confidently – Jeanne Lambrecht, PhD.
                                              invites you to bring your questions.
 1:00 - 1:45 p.m.         East of Barn 18     Minimum Impact Trail Riding & Camping – Leave No Trace skills, ethics; securing stock.
 1:15 - 1:30 p.m.         LC Arena            Grant Awards by Illinois Equine Promotion Board (IEIRPB)
 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.         LC Arena            Breed/Sport Demonstrations
 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.         Coliseum            Barrel Racing Clinic with Donna Irvin – Riders, spectators learn from a pro.
 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.         13 Arena            The Horse’s Perspective – Tack up in halter and reins to experience what a “horse”
                                              senses when given silent commands by a “trainer”: Sheryl King, PhD, SIU Horse Program.
 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall     Fashion Trends in the Show Ring – How to Stretch your Show Clothes Budget
 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room Alternate Income Sources for Equine Operations – Jennifer Lindgren
 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.         Carriage Room       Farrier Demos by Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Assn.
 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.         14 Arena            Hunters & Jumpers: An Introduction – Amy Nelson-Mazur covers flat work, over fences, etc.
 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.         LC Seminar Hall     Charles Wilhelm – No Magic Gadgets. Equipment doesn’t train the horse, you do!                                  Proud Sponsor
 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.         14 Meeting Room Selling Horses in the Electronic Age: Videos that WOW buyers – Brock & Britney Reinebach
 3:00 - 3:45 p.m.         East of Barn 18     Horse Packing for Fun & Work – Pack Western saddle, use knots, small tools for long rides.
                                                                                                                                                        of Illinois Horse Fair 2011
 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.         Bldg. 26            Learn to Test Fecal Samples for Parasites (allow 30 min.) – SIU Equine Science Program
 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.         LC Arena            Ryan Gingerich – Trail Obstacles: Safely teach your horse to navigate obstacles.
 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.         Coliseum            Craig Cameron – New and Fun Patterns to Jazz up your Horse and Horsemanship Skills.
 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.         13 Arena            Ground Work ABCs: A safe, willing, relationship begins on the ground – Tim Austin                 www.midwaytrailersales.com
 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.         Carriage Room       Farrier Demos by Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Assn.
 5:00 p.m.                Doors Close         See you at next year’s Illinois Horse Fair – March 2-4, 2012
                                                                                                                                                    Litchfield, IL        Ottawa, IL    Shipshewana, IN
                                                                                                                                                    800.763.4469         800.659.4051     877.768.2300
       LC: Livestock Center • LC Seminar Hall: lower level • Carriage Room: Barn 18 • Meeting Room: Demo Barn 14
          5:00 p.m. Doors Close — See you at Illinois Horse Fair 2012. Thank you for your support!
10 – Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                   Horsemen’s Council of Illinois   Illinois Horse Fair 2011   Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 11




                     Thank You, Volunteers!
   Illinois Horse Fair is the result of work by many volunteers. More of you are
   involved than ever before, and we appreciate your commitment and tireless
   efforts. Horse Fair could not have grown and improved without you.

        We also thank the fairgrounds staff – from the management and space rental
   office to the electricians, security people and clean-up crews – for helping with
   the myriad details that go into producing this event.

        If you, dear reader, are interested in volunteering to work on next year’s
   Illinois Horse Fair, please stop at the Horse Fair office and fill out one of our
   volunteer questionnaires or email our Volunteer Coordinator, Cheryl DeMent,
   paintfilly71@yahoo.com.

                  Joy Meierhans, Illinois Horse Fair Manager
    43W734 Old Midlothian, Elburn, IL 60119-9662 • (630) 557-2575 • JM@TheMeierhans.com




   Horsemen’s CounCil DireCtors & ADvisors
Paul Briney, Chatham                              Patricia Walker, Sherman
Russ Derango, Lexington
Donna Ewing, Barrington                           Executive Director
Karen Freese, Oakley                              Frank Bowman, Pleasant Plains
Kandee Haertel, Galena
Sheryl King, Ph.D., Carbondale                    Association Manager
Kevin Kline, Ph.D., Urbana                          Bonnie Chandler (217) 529-6503
Lea Ann Koch, Oswego                                3085 Stevenson Drive, Suite 200
Joe Lowry, D.V.M., Davis Junction                   Springfield, IL 62703
Jack L. Martin, Libertyville
Joy A. Meierhans, Elburn                          HCI website
Yvonne Ocrant, Chicago                              www.HorsemensCouncil.org
Ronald Rhoades, Seymour                           HCI email
Peter Veit, Aurora                                  HCI@HorsemensCouncil.org
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                                Horse’n Around                                                                               Charles Wilhelm
                                HorsesHoeing Demos                                                                                                                    ES!
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               Horse Barn 18 Carriage Room — next to Blacksmith Shop                                                                          e Booth an
                                                                                                                                  Come to th                          .m.
     The Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Association will have their forges roaring and                                                                       rday, 3:00 p
their anvils ready to demonstrate forging steel and hot shoeing. Talk to the farriers                                            Friday, 4:0 0 p.m., Satu
                                                                                                                                                        :00 p.m.
about their art. Learn about proper hoof care and solving common hoof problems.                                                            & Sunday, 2

                                 Don’t miss tHese!
See what horse camping is all about – in an actual campsite where Bob Wagner of                                                  BUILD THE RELATIONSHIP OF YOUR DREAMS
Back Country Horsemen of America will be living during Horse Fair, offering one-on-                                                 HORSEMANSHIP, CONFIDENCE, PERFORMANCE
one show-and-tell answers for all your questions about horse packing, camping and
cooking. See him on the south side of Central Avenue just east of Barn 18. Appearance                                                          Clinics • Training • Educational DVDs • Books
courtesy of Illinois Quarter Horse Association.
                                                                                                                                                              INTRODUCING 3 NEW DVDS:
Learn how to test fecal samples for parasites which indicate a need for worming.
                                                                                                                                                                                      “Trick Training”
Microscopes, samples, instruction and handouts courtesy of SIU’s Equine Science
Program (allow 30 minutes), Saturday, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., Sunday, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Bldg. 26.                                                                                        “Ranch Versatility”
                                                                                                                                                                “Snaffles, Bridles and Hackamores:
Tack up in halter and reins to experience the Horse’s Perspective as you are given                                                                                             Proper Bit, Proper Fit”
silent signals from your “trainer.” Participate (or watch the fun), hosted by SIU’s
Equine Science Program, Saturday, 2:30 p.m., Sunday, 1:30 p.m., 13 Arena.

Observe Dental Floating Without Trauma as Marc Miles, DVM, floats horses assisted                                                    See Charles on Dish TV Channel 9411
only by MEG, his patented mechanical device, which holds a sedated horse safely,                                                     Saturdays 9:00 a.m. • Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. & 4:30 p.m.
securely and without trauma. You may even be invited to feel the horse’s teeth (safely)
before and after floating, all day Saturday and Sunday, beginning at 10 a.m., Barn 25-L.

Release your fears, ride more confidently as Jeanne Lambrecht, Ph.D., gives you                                                                    www.charleswilhelm.com
techniques and invites your questions, leading you to be able to ride through fear,
Sunday, 1 p.m., 14 Meeting Room.                                                                                                                                                  1.877.886.9001
                                                                                                                                                  6496 Crow Canyon Road, • Castro Valley, CA 94552
See Fashion Trends in the Showring and learn how to stretch your clothing budget
as horsewoman and fashion consultant Pam Siegler shows you current trends and
how to achieve them on a budget, Sunday, 2 p.m. Livestock Center Seminar Hall.
                                                                                                                               Charles Wilhelm Training, in Partnership with:

                         HorsePlay youtH activities
                    In Barn 25-Q on the north side of Central Avenue                                                                                                          Sport Medicine     Ultimate
                                                                                                                                    Clippers           Online Supplements        Products      Mechanical Cow
                  Macon County RoundUps 4-H Club presents playful and
                         educational activities for youth of all ages.
                                Come test your skills—
                • Roping • Barrels • Hippology Quiz • Scavenger Hunt
                 • Egg Hunt • Face Painting • Coloring • And more...                                                             Ultimate Horse
                                                                                                                                     Bedding
                                                                                                                                                          AQHA Horses         Ultimate Arena
                                                                                                                                                                              Grooming Tool
                                                                                                                                                                                                Saddle Pads

               Hours — Saturday: Noon - 5 p.m. and Sunday: Noon - 4 p.m.
                 A Horse Fair pass is all you need to get in on all the fun.
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                  Stallions
                      EXPERIMENTO – Paso Fino
                                                                                                                                              Internationally
Recognized

                                                                                                                                                     Horse
Trainer

      Hacienda de Molinero, Inc.• Roxanne Miller, Owner • Farmington, MO                                                                          and
Star
on
RFD‐TV,

                  573 756 3797 • www.molineropasofinos.com
                                                                                                                                                                  

        HEATHERWALD WINGMAN – Morgan                                                                                                                              

       VonderLind Morgan • Sarah Lindaman • Hopedale, IL • 815 751 5447                                                                               is
now
offering

                        www.vonderlindmorgans.com
                                                                                                                                                             

    BOHO’S COLD FUSION – Gypsy Cob/Vanner                                                                                                                    

   BOHO’S THE EXECUTIVE – Gypsy Cob/Vanner
         BoHo Gypsy Farm • Melanie Block • Neponset, IL • 309 594 2318                                                                                    at
the


                           www.mygypsypony.com                                                                                                       National
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      VENTURE’S BLACK FURY – Mountain Horse                                                                                                            in
Troy,
MO

    eMDee Mountain Horses • Judy Brummer • Shumway, IL • 217 821 1428
                     www.emdeemountainhorses.com
                                                                                                                                              

                  BEAUDACIOUS BEY – Arabian
                  ELLUSIVE DREAMM – Arabian
                   SHAMIR HANAD – Arabian
          Crystal Castle Arabians • Lyn Berry • Topeka, IL • 309 840 2410
                           www.crystalcastlearabians.com

                    JUSTABOUTIME R – Arabian                                                             Send your horse for Personalized Training with
         J. Andrew Walljasper, owner • Crystal Castle Arabians • Lyn Berry                               Ryan Gingerich or a Certified Assistant Trainer
             Topeka, IL • 309 840 2410 • www.crystalcastlearabians.com
                                                                                                            For Information on Rates and Availability, Please Visit or Call:
                      FOCUS ENCORE – Arabian
     Stephanie Lipe, owner • Crystal Castle Arabians • Lyn Berry • Topeka, IL                          www.RyanGingerich.com                           1-800-359-4090
                  309 840 2410 • www.crystalcastlearabians.com
                                                                                                  

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Clinician Booths Craig Cameron, Charles Wilhelm, Ryan Gingerich, Larry Whitesell — Bldg. 26
Commercial Vendors
• 85 booths — Livestock Center, lower level
• 58 booths, trailers — Annex
• Booths, trailers — Horse Barn 18
• Tack, specialty stores, crafts — 25 Series Barns M, N, O and P
Horses - Stallions in Horse Barn 18, Breed/Sport Demo Groups in Horse Barns 14 and 18,
HorsesForSale in 25 Series Barns H, J and K
Information - Horsemen’s Council of Illinois, Barn 18, aisle F, opposite Carriage Room
Horse Fair Office - Livestock Center, lower level, SW Corner
LC Arena - Livestock Center, street level
Youth Activities - 25 Series Barn Q
Seminar Hall - Livestock Center, lower level
14 Meeting Room - Barn 14
Dental Floating - 25 Series Barn 25-L
Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Demos - Carriage Room - Horse Barn 18
College Displays - Livestock Center, lower level (schools with equestrian programs)
Restrooms - Livestock Center Upper and Lower Levels, Horse Barn 18 Carriage Room, Horse
Barn 14 and Bldg. 26. Portatpotties: Annex, Coliseum entrance
Food - Livestock Center, upper and lower levels; Annex; Bldg 26; Horse Barn 18, Aisle F;
Coliseum Corner
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                                  Craig Cameron                         , Bluff Dale, TX, –                            Tim Boyer                , Pleasant Plaines, IL – was raised in Illinois,
                                   A life-long rancher, working cowboy and horse trainer,                              opened a training facility at age 15, and has managed Quarter B Farm
                                   Craig has just about done it all from cow-calf, stocker                             in Pleasant Plains, IL for nearly three decades, showing Quarter Horses
                                   operations, custom hay-baling, and capturing wild cattle                            in Western Pleasure, halter, roping and cutting as well as racing Quarter
                                   for fellow ranchers. He soon discovered his aptitude for                            Horses and Thoroughbreds. As a jockey for five years, he was instru-
                                   communicating with the horse and meticulously refined                               mental in the racing careers of Farma Way and Buck’s Boy, both horses
                                   and nurtured this talent. Wanting to give back some-                                having career earnings of more than $3 million, with Buck’s Boy having
                                   thing to the horse, he began conducting horsemanship                                been named Turf Horse of the Year for 1998.Tim’s mentors were Tom                     Helping riders achieve their best
                                   clinics and demonstrations to help riders increase their                            Dorrance and Ray Hunt of Horse Whisperer fame, men who brought Tim
                                   knowledge and understanding of their horse and to                                   to the realization today that “I have no horse problems, only projects.”
                                   keep the cowboy tradition alive. Craig created a pro-
                                   gram that builds confidence and trust between man and
horse. Rather than fight the animal, he offers patience and understanding that leaves the
horse wanting to do what is asked of him. His original, entertaining and motivational style                                                         Larry Whitesell, Baxter, TN – Larry Whitesell has been a renowned
is regularly sought after by producers for TV, radio, magazines, fairs, ranches, concerts,                                                           gaited horseman since 1980. He was very successful in the show ring, winning regional,
universities and many celebrities.                                                                                                                   national and grand national championships. In 2002 he was trainer of the year. He has
                                                                                                                                                     held judges cards in several gaited breeds. He believes gaited horses are genetically bred
Charles Wilhelm                       , Castro Valley, CA – Charles Wilhelm’s
                                                                                                                                                     to gait and “We shouldn’t need special bits, shoes, etc., to get them to do what their genes
                                                                                                                                                     tell them.” Today, he travels the U.S. and Canada doing clinics and equine expositions. His
training methods reflect his belief that “It’s Never, Ever, the Horse’s Fault!” His
                                                                                                                                                     goals are to “help people understand what makes gaited horses gait so we can spare the
relaxed, warm and amusing character has made him a great favorite at clinics
                                                                                                                                                     horses from some of the training myths attached to the gaited world that are not in the
and expositions. Clinic participants and observers take home practical and
                                                                                                                                                     horse’s best interest.” By making things better for the horse, the horse will be smoother,
solid knowledge and are able to be successful with their own horses – seeing
                                                                                                                       safer and more dependable for riders. Larry will show clinic riders and observers how to teach their horse a correct
results right away. His motto, “Success Through Knowledge,” reflects his
                                                                                                                       response with the least effort. They will learn to get their horse to respond to subtle cues. They’ll also learn exercises
training philosophy that the human should learn right alongside the horse. He
                                                                                                                       that can be done at home to help their horse steer and gait better.
specializes in working with beginning and returning women riders between
the ages of 35 and 55, and his “Women’s Horse Camp” is a favorite of clients.
He focuses on performance training, including Western Pleasure, English
Pleasure, and Ranch Versatility.
                                                                                                                                                            Donna Irvin, Kewanee, IL – Donna is a clinician and barrel racing
                                                                                                                                                               and horsemanship instructor with the Sharon Camarillo Performance Program
                                                                                                                                                              in the U.S., Canada and Australia. She has proven
                               Ryan Gingerich               , Troy, MO – “People often bring ‘hopeless’ horses to
                                                                                                                                                              herself both as a competitor and a teacher: she is
                                                                                                                                                                a five-time PRCA/WPRA Great Lakes Circuit final
                               my clinics or to my farm for me to train. Being able to get into the mind of the
                                                                                                                                                              qualifier and a professor of equestrian science at
                               horse–in addition to knowing about science, intuition and tradition–has helped
                                                                                                                                                                 Black Hawk College (Kewanee, IL) since 1990,
                               rehabilitate a significant number of these behaviorally-challenged horses. And of
                                                                                                                                                                where her Horse Show Team has won regional,
                               course this education will skyrocket any competitive or trail horse to a new level.
                                                                                                                                                            zone and national titles in the Intercollegiate Horse
                               Understanding behavior and how to modify it is what it’s all about–and that’s what
                                                                                                                                                             Show Association. In 2010, she was elected to the
                               my program explains step-by-step. Modifying behavior may be as simple as chang-
                                                                                                                                                                 WPRA Board of Directors. Irvin trains her own
                               ing a bit or as complex as understanding why a horse rears at every opportunity
                                                                                                                                                            horses and has had considerable success in select-
                               and then changing that behavior.”
                                                                                                                                                           ing from performance bloodlines, as witnessed by Ropenator, the Boston Mac and
                                                                                                                                                                                       SugarBars offspring she has so successfully campaigned

John Boxell, Auburn, IL – John Boxell manages and trains Quarter
Horses out of Richland Ranch, Inc. (for the past 15 years), home of World and Con-
gress Champion Coats N Tails and World and Congress Champion producer Zippos                                           Jill McCrae                , Grayslake, IL – McCrae received her riding master’s degree from Meredith Manor. She
Mr Good Bar. He is an AQHA and NSBA judge and has officiated at some of the larg-                                      has apprenticed with and is protege of world-renowned trainer and author Dominique Barbier. She has a well-
est and most prestigious shows, such as the Reichert Celebration, the NSBA World                                       rounded background that includes showing hunters and event horses as well as dressage horses. She owns and
Show, Tom Powers Futurities and many more. Boxell took his first horse to ride for                                     operates McCrae Farm in Grayslake IL, which she established in 1987 where she teaches and trains French Classical
money at age 15. His first jobs, however, were in the pipeline fields until 1986 when                                  Dressage. She enjoys performing for audiences with her two Lusitanos, Quebec dos Pinhais and Justo, having
he chose to make horses his profession. After that it’s a blur of champions…                                           presented them last fall in the Equine Village of the 2010 World Equestrian Games at the Kentucky Horse Park.

         Check the schedules at the front of this program for clinics, demonstrations and Q and A session times.
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                            Special Presenters
Julie Cyra is the owner and proprietor of one of the Midwest’s largest saddle shops,
West 20 Saddle Co., East Troy, WI. West 20 was designed specifically with saddle fit-
ting in mind, and has become a destination for people and their horses. Cyra works
closely with many saddle manufacturers to determine what is missing in the indus-
try, and to help them build the products that customers and their horses need to fit
today’s modern and varied breed standards. She has a simple and unique way of
educating the horse owner, and uses facts, rather than opinions, to clarify the confu-
sion people feel when they discuss saddle fitting.
      She will discuss “Physics of Saddle Fitting,” Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m.,
Seminar Hall.

Randy Fonner, U of I Extension Specialist, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, is
a certified livestock manager and program facilitator who has been with Extension for
14 years, and has worked with other Extension staff to create websites with informa-
tion and resources related to composting, manure management and rules and regula-
tions as they apply to small farms – especially horse, sheep and goats.
     He will show facility owners how to profit from manure in his presentation
“Manure: You got it, Who wants it,” Sunday Noon, 14 Meeting Room.

Ida Hammer, Congerville, IL, has worked with horses for more than 30 years and




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now trims more than 400-500 horses every six weeks, using principles of her Natural
Hoof certification and American Hoof Association training. She believes that every
horse and hoof is different and a trimmer must stay true to the horse.
    She will introduce “Natural Hoof Care,” Saturday, 3 p.m., 14 Meeting Room

Sheryl King, PhD, PAS, Southern Illinois University, directs the only four-year colle-
giate Equine Science Program in the state. She conducts research in equine reproduc-
tive physiology and management, and works with horse owners through outreach
education programs. She serves as President of the Horsemen’s Council of Illinois.
                                                                                                                              “The Best For Less”
     She will invite attendees to weigh in on “targeted” versus “mandatory all
inclusive” Coggins testing as she presents research and leads a discussion on recent
declines in “positives” and increases in lab fees, Sunday, Noon, Seminar Hall. At 2:30
p.m. Saturday and 1:30 p.m. Sunday in 13 Arena, she will host “Horse’s Perspective,”
where volunteers can tack up as “horses” to experience what the horse feels when                                                     802 Halfway Road
given silent signals by a“trainer.”
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Kevin Kline, PhD, is Professor of Animal Sciences at the University of Illinois at                                                    1-800-897-9819
Urbana/Champaign. Dr. Kline is the Director of the Equine Science Program in
Animal Sciences and teaches the equine management and equine science courses at                                                        (618) 997-6974
U of I. He also is an Extension Specialist in horses and conducts research in the areas
of equine nutrition, exercise physiology and reproduction.
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          Livestock Center Seminar Hall is accessed along the north wall of the lower level.
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              Special Presenters Continued
John Krueger, Administrative Assistant to the CDL Division Administrator, has-
been with the Secretary Of State’s Office for 22 years. He started as a Public Service
Representative in the Chicago area and managed a Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
facility for six years there. He moved to Springfield in 2000 where his duties now
include speaking to groups about the CDL program, meeting with the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Administration, Illinois’ Department of Transportation and other gov-
ernment agencies on CDL matters as well as training the Division’s employees on giv-
ing the CDL pre-trip, skills and road test.
      He will clarify new Illinois regulations governing horse trailering – truck, trailer
and driver’s licensing, Saturday, 1 p.m., 14 Meeting Room.

Jeanne Lambrecht, Ph.D. is a peak performance coach specializing in helping horse
enthusiasts overcome the mental challenges that impact their experience and perfor-
mance with their equine partners. With her experience with horses and a doctorate in
Counseling Psychology, Dr. Lambrecht has become integral to the equine industry’s
professional sector. Her mission is to share her knowledge not only with professional
riders and trainers but also with horse enthusiasts who make up the largest percentage
of horse owners worldwide.
     She will help riders overcome fear, Sunday, 1 p.m., 14 Meeting Room.

Jennifer Lindgren is a highly qualified All-Breed and 4-H Judge, a dedicated instruc-
tor and columnist for numerous horse publications. She has earned numerous state,
regional and national awards throughout her horse show career as both a competitor
and a judge. A natural communicator, Jennifer draws on her wealth of knowledge to
introduce newcomers to the showring and fine tune experienced competitors.
     She will discuss “Getting on the Judge’s Card,” Saturday, Noon and “Alternate
Income Soures for Equine Operations” Sunday, 2 p.m., both in 14 Meeting Room.

Pam Siegler has a lifelong involvement with horses, including showing and breeding.
She’s shown World champion Quarter Horses in Western Pleasure riding and driving.
A former Miss Rodeo Illinois, she designed all her own clothes, coordinating outfits to
mix and match. She considers her style to be understated elegance. Now sales manag-
er for Chico’s in Springfield, she will share secrets from off-the-rack selections to leads
on resale opprtunities.
     She will show the the top looks from the top shows and how to produce them on
a budget, Sunday, 2:00 p.m., Seminar Hall.

Marcia Thibeault, DVM, now retired from practice, is an award-winning author and
lecturer often called the American James Herriott for her warm and engaging style,
cleverly combining anecdotes with educating the horse owner. A lifelong rider, she
practiced equine medicine, taught equine management at a private college, and con-
ducted clinics on equine management.
     She will discuss “Colic: reducing the risk through good stable managment,”
Saturday, 2:00 p.m, 14 Meeting Room.

Sandy Trudell, Creative Buddy (a division of Big River Media), is experienced in web
design, mobil content and e-business, videography and photography, print design,
publishing and marketing/advertising, as well as being involved with horses.



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              Special Presenters Continued                                                                          Order of Demonstrations
Bob Wagner, of Metropolis, IL, is trained and certified as a Master Educator. He                       Each demonstrating breed/discipline will have four minutes in the ring
is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Show-Me Missouri Back Country                              Saturday 3:30 p.m.                        Sunday 1:30 p.m.
Horsemen although he currently lives and works in Illinois. He was presented with
the “President’s Award for Volunteerism” in 2008 through the Shawnee Mississippi
River Bluffs District where he and his horses reside.
      Wagner will greet visitors, inviting their questions and sharing stories, at his
“camp” (tent, corral, equipment) east of Barn 18 on the south side of Central Avenue,                    Tennessee Walker                         Baroque
where he will live for the weekend. He’ll teach about horse packing and minimum-
impact excursions three times daily at the campsite. Wagoner’s appearance is courtesy                    Plow & Carriage                          Morgan
of Illinois Quarter Horse Association.
                                                                                                         Paint Horse                              Spotted Saddle Horse
Krissa Welshans is from a beef cattle operation in Michigan. She holds a bachelor’s                      Standardbred                             Vaulters
degree in animal science from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in pub-
lic policy from New England College. Welshans has long been involved in agriculture                      Lusitano                                 Hackney
and has worked with numerous agricultural groups, including the Animal Agriculture                       Ponies                                   Paso Fino
Alliance. She helped organize the recent Summit of the Horse, geared to exposing ani-
mal rights agendas and was involved with the recent NW Arkansas horse impound-                           Appaloosa                                Pony of the Americas
ment case. She travels the U.S., speaking on behalf of animal agriculture and recently
became a contributor for the well-known agriculture publication Feedstuffs.                              Therapeutic Riding                       Dressage
     She will offer talking and action points in handling animal rights groups (think                    Rocky Mountain                           Haflinger
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                                                                                                            Horsey Habit Saddlery & Tack saddles, tack, clothing, boots
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Equi-Shine Products Equi-Shine Supplements                   Sauk City          WI   800   639   0249       Illinois Farm Bureau Membership, policy, information                                                                                                     Bloomington             IL   309 557 3151
Equine & Farm Supply feed, bedding, stalls, fencing          Taylorville        IL   217   824   7897       Illinois High School Rodeo Assn. Promote rodeo in state                                                                                                  Litchfield              IL   217 324 2889
Exquisite Collections Inc.                                   Darien             IL   630   960   5324       ILLINOIS HORSE FAIR                                                                                                                                      Elburn                  IL   630 557 2575
F & R Trailer Sales trailers                                 Piper City         IL   888   808   7790       Illinois Horse Network newspaper and collectibles                                                                                                        Highland                IL   618 604 4773
Fancy Horses, LLC Horse beads, handmade jewelry/gifts Kansas City               MO   816   510   3911       Illinois Junior Rodeo Assn. Support & encourage sport                                                                                                    Mendota                 IL   815 712 2012
FasTrack FasTrack Equine Microbial Supplements               Baldwin            IL   618   785   2597       Illinois Paint Horse Association Breed representation                                                                                                    New Berlin              IL   217 488 2400
Fat Boy Concession food                                      Girard             IL   217   899   3437       Illinois Quarter Horse Assn. promote QH in Illinois                                                                                                      Batavia                 IL   630 338 3383
Ferguson/ Ritchie Industries Automatic Waterers              Wisconsin Rapids   WI   800   950   4882       Illinois State Stock Horse Assn. Trail ride labor day wknd                                                                                               Morrison                IL   815 772 7593
Flying K Wildrags wildrags                                   McCordsville       IN   317   965   3132       Illinois Trail Riders Trail handbooks, voice for riders                                                                                                  Joliet                  IL   815 726 5346
From the Horse’s Mouth monthly all-breed/discipline mag Odell                   Il   815   998   2729       Illinois Trailer Sales trailers                                                                                                                          Monticello              IL   217 972 7416
Geneva Lakes Jewelry equine jewelry, functional art          Williams Bay       WI   262   215   1004       J & J Products/Elmwood Meat Shop smoked meats                                                                                                            Elmwood                 IL   309 742 8929
Gray Horse Trading show clothes, books, leather jackets LaCrosse                WI   608   786   3666       J. C. Sales western boots                                                                                                                                San Jose                IL   309 664 1091
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Heartland Equine Health Center equine veterinary care Curran                    IL   217   793   6111       Kaleel’s silk screened sweat shirts, jackets                                                                                                             Amboy                   IL   815 857 2512
Hoof-N-Hearts of Illinois food bank for horses               Channahon          IL   815   828   5733       Kent Feeds, Inc Equine & Pet food, animal care                                                                                                           Muscatine               IA   866 647 1212
Hooved Animal Humane Society rehabbing, rehoming Woodstock                      IL   815   337   5563       Ky Lake Trailer Sales Cimarron trailers                                                                                                                  Calvert City            KY   888 883 2845
Hooved Animal Rescue & Protection Society                    Barrington         IL   847   382   0503       Larry Whitesell Gaited Horsemanship                                                                                                                      Baxter                  TN   931 585 0658
Horse Creek Outfitters Western wear - boots, jewelry         Springfield        IL   217   544   2740       Legendary Mustang Assn.                                                                                                                                  Edwardsville            IL   618 616 8875
Horse Emporium English tack, equip, apparel                  Waukesha           WI   800   236   5507       Linear Rubber Products rubber stall mats                                                                                                                 Kenosha                 WI   800 558 4040
Horse of Course horse products, show clothes, picture frames Waukesha           WI   262   662   5204       Majesty’s Animal Nutrition supplements for horses, dogs                                                                                                  Bend                    OR   541 382 9811
Horseman’s Outlet saddles, tack, gifts                       Springfield        IL   217   544   0011       MARS Horsecare US, Inc. - Buckeye horse feeds                                                                                                            Quincy                  IL   800 898 WINS
Horsemen’s Council of Illinois advocacy for horses lifestyle Springfield        IL   217   529   6503       Marti’s Tack Shack clothes, fine jewelry, silver, gifts                                                                                                  Benbrook                TX   817 219 0340
Horses of Wood horses, books, pictures, carton newzpapers Patterson             MO   573   856   4005       McBean’s Decals decals,signs,shirts                                                                                                                      Norwalk                 WI   608 387 5464
                                                                                                                                  	
  

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36 – Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                                  Horsemen’s Council of Illinois    Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                           Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 37

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McKinney’s Western Store tack & clothing                     Marion                      IL   800   897   9819
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                                                                                                                 Ryan Gingerich, “The Behaviorist” DVDs, tack and tools
                                                                                                                 S & R Creations Equine jewelry, purses, belts
                                                                                                                 Salem Children’s Home
                                                                                                                                                                                 Edinburg
                                                                                                                                                                                 Troy
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McLaughlin Western Store show clothes                        Paris                       MO   660   327   4869   Sandbur Roping Supplies Inc tack                                Manito              IL   309   968   6302
MediVet Midwest Advanced stem-cell technology                Jefferson City              MO   708   738   9888   Secret Recipes catering                                         Chatham             IL   217   483   9500
Merial Equine Pharmaceuticals equine vaccines, Zimecterin Heyworth                       IL   309   826   3919   Shawnee National Forest trail riding opportunities              Harrisburg          IL   800   699   6637
Midewin Tallgrass Prairie Recreation Opportunities           Wilmington                  IL   815   423   6370   Shawnee Trail Conservancy Trail conservation                    Eddyville           IL   618   672   4862
Midway Trailer Sales & Service Trailers                      Litchfield                  IL   866   293   6033   Show Horse Tack Inc. horse tack, gifts                          Quincy              IL   217   224   9249
Mom & Pop Products Co. Fence-Flag, fence warning device Rome                             OH   440   474   4120   Shuck Fence Company fence displays                              Shelbyville         KY   502   633   1300
Morton Buildings, Inc. post framed horse barns, arenas       Morton                      IL   800   447   7436   Southern Illinois University Equine Science Program Carbondale                      IL   618   453   1771
My Girlz Clothing Co. T-shirts for cancer research           Waukesha                    WI   262   510   8963   Southfork Ventures HD TV antenna for trailers, barns            Meadville           MO   660   938   4777
Natural Horsekeeping (AANHCP) Products                       Congerville                 IL   309   448   2212   Stall Fresh sanitizing powder for stalls, trailers, bedding     Black River Falls   WI   715   284   3360
Natural Plan Stomach Soother natural distress remedy Highland Park                       IL   800   584   8642   Tack Room, Inc. Eng/West showclothes, equipment, blankets Waterloo                  IA   319   234   3201
Newt’s Hat Co cowboy hats, belts                             Puxico                      MO   573   222   6424   The Hackamore monthly horse magazine                            Brimfield           IL   309   446   3741
Nutrena Premium horse feed & supplements                     Mount Vernon                IA   319   430   1729   Tipperary Horse Blankets Blankets, winter, stall, cooler        Grayslake           IL   847   609   1880
Oak Reflections solid oak furniture, West prints/frames      Long View                   TX   903   663   4958   Trailer Eyes wireless video camera                              St. Charles         IL   630   513   9591
On the Spot Signs Decals, banner, custom, etched glass       Kaiser                      MO   573   302   1072   Triangle H Farm tack store, boarding, training, horses for sale Edwardsville        IL   618   692   4823
Painted Pony Western Wear patterns, fabric, crystals, etc. Melvin                        MI   810   387   0445   University of Illinois Extension manure composting info Urbana                      IL   217   333   2611
Pam Bauer turquoise jewelry, SW coats, area rugs             New Haven                   MO   573   237   2992   Bob Wagner Trail Camp demonstrating horse camping               Metropolis          IL   618   638   4416
Parkland College                                             Champaign                   IL   217   351   2435   Weide’s Nutty Bavarian cinnamon nuts, pretzels, soda            Varna               IL   309   463   2662
Persephone’s Treasures embroidery, jewelry, hair accessories Laura                       IL   309   678   5671   West 20 Ranch and Saddle Co. West/Eng saddles, tack East Troy                       WI   262   642   4272
Poe’s Catering                                               Springfield                 IL   217   341   4341   Western Horse Company Ltd. Working, training equip Lockridge                        IA   319   696   2206
Pro Cinch Products/It’s A Cinch/Pro Series cinch for saddles Paris                       MI   231   598   3434   William Woods University equestrian program                     Fulton              MO   800   995   3159
ProMed LLC animal health supplies                            Palmyra                     MO   573   769   3191   Winning Edge Designs                                            Clinton             IL   217   935   9786
Purina Feeds horse feed                                      Forreston                   IL   815   761   1668   Wood’s Art Gallery prints, posters, lazart, metal wall art Leo                      IN   800   352   9896
Reed Tack Custom Leather custom saddles, leather goods       Washington                  IA   319   653   6901   Young Living Essential Oils essential oils for horses           Roanoke             IL   309   212   1756
River Valley Horse Camp Equestrian campground                Farmington                  IA   319   878   3888   Z Bistro Restaurant Eats, Treats, Sweets & Drinks               Springfield         IL   217   638   3063




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Illinois Appaloosa Assn.                               Ozark Empire Paso Fino Assn.
Kevin Eisele • 309 699 2533                            Lew Haines • 618 667 2465
KevinHorse24@aol.com                                   LewHaines@aol.com
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Laurie Kern • 217 652 7696                             bearcreekbelgian@hughes.net
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                                                       Central States Pony Assn.
Classical Baroque Horse                                Cynthia Wolff • 815 434 1807
Tiana Ng • 630 632 6266                                theponyplaceusa@earthlink.net
Ting88@hotmail.com                                     www.centralstatesponyassociation.com
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                                                       Illinois Pony of the Americas Club
American Bashkir Curly                                 Heather Bolen • 217 248 9789
Dan/Lesly Jentz • 847 456 3819                         littlewhiteponies@msn.com • www.ilpoa.com
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idhma.homestead.com                                    Beth Heren • 217 483 1248
                                                       TheStable@mwii.net
CenterLine Dressage                                    www.thestablesonhorsefarmroad.com
Paula Briney • 217 652 1635
BrineyPaula@aol.com                                    American Saddlebred Horse
www.centerlinedressage.com                             Martha Hoyt • 708 598 7718
                                                       Palos Hills Riding Stables
Illinois Fox Trotter Horse Assn.                       phrsinc@aol.com • www.saddlebred.com
Tara Surratt • 217 883 7680
sam@surrattservices.com • www.ifoxtrot.org             Spotted Saddle Horse Assn. of IL                      Spring Speed Series ..................................................March 30, April 6, April 13, 2011
                                                       Cathy Stoops • 309 696 9329
Friesian Heritage Horse International                  cstoops@gmail.com • www.sshai.com                     Spring Halter Pleasure Show..................................................... ................May 1, 2011
Judy Sceggel • 309 676 6511                                                                                  Intercollegiate Horse Show, Zone 9 Region 2.................... ................... March 12, 2011
msceg@hotmail.com • www.horsemeister.com               American Standardbred Adoption Program
                                                       Michelle Daniels • 618 548 2780                       Intercollegiate Horse Show, Region Championships.................... ............ March 13, 2011
Illinois Haflinger Association                         Michelle.daniels@danielslawoffice.net
Paula Leifel • 309 531 2060                            www.4thehorses.com                                    Sharon Camarillo Barrel Racing and Horsemanship Clinics
paulaleifel@frontier.com • www.illinoishaflinger.org
                                                       Braveheart Therapeutic Riding Center                        Better Barrel Racing...................................... ......................... May 13 & 14, 2011
Lusitano Horse                                         Ceci Maloney • 217 494 4537
                                                       ceci@bravehearttrc.org • www.bravehearttrc.org
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Lisa Diersen • 630 327 7259
TheRoyalLusitano&aol.com • www.theroyallu-                                                                   Youth Horse Judging Camp ......................................................................................TBA
sitano.com                                             Heart of Illinois Vaulters
                                                       Judy Sceggel • 309 676 6511
Mississippi Valley Morgan Horse Club                   msceg@hotmail.com • www.horsemeister.com
Janet Williamson • 309 963 4371
wlmsons@frontiernet.net • www.mvmhc.org                Illinois Walking Horse Assn.
                                                       John Knight • 309 303 4665
Illinois Paint Horse Association                       windyhillwalkers@yahoo.com • www.iwha.biz
Cheryl Newman • 217 488 2400
apha99@gmail.com • www.illinoispainthorse.com
40 – Illinois Horse Fair 2011                                       Horsemen’s Council of Illinois   Illinois Horse Fair 2011              Horsemen’s Council of Illinois – 41




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