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                                SCHC announces changes in personnel and operating procedures
    At a special meeting July 17, the South       information technology development divi-           istrative office on Wedgefield Road in Sumter,    different equine interests. Board members are
Carolina Horse Council (SCHC) board of            sion. She has worked as paralegal practice         S.C. Board members believe they can provide       volunteers who serve without compensation
directors voted to appoint Carol Deacon to        manager for Alala, Mullen, Holland, &              better service at a lower cost by applying dif-   and pay their own expenses associated with
serve as interim president for the unexpired      Cooper. She brings excellent organizational,       ferent procedures and by some board mem-          attending board meetings and council events.
term created by the resignation of former         administrative, and financial skills to the        bers assuming administrative duties. The          All are dedicated horse people who give their
president, Bobby Anderson. Deacon has been        council as well as a wealth of knowledge and       board has been restructuring some positions,      time to provide a voice for equine interests
serving on the board as vice-president of         experience in the horse industry.                  including the addition of a non-paid adminis-     across South Carolina.
administration. She and her husband, Kim,            An avid horseperson, Deacon owns and            trative vice-president. These changes are             To learn more about the organization and
live in Rock Hill, S.C. She received a bache-     manages a boarding and training stable of 16       aimed at providing better service to mem-         its members, go to www.schorsecouncil.org.
lor’s degree from the University of Arkansas      horses. She teaches and coaches dressage and       bers, improving communications, improving         Board members can be contacted directly or
in animal science and agricultural economics      hunter-jumper riding. In addition to horses,       the focus of council activities, providing high   through the president at 803-328-8450. The
and later earned an MBA from Winthrop             she raises St. Croix sheep. The board has          quality equine events, and increasing partici-    email address has been changed to schorse
University in Rock Hill with emphasis in          enthusiastically endorsed her for president        pation from equine organizations and indi-        council1@aol.com. The new mailing address
finance and organizational development. She       and is excited about working with her to take      vidual members into council affairs.              is SCHC, 2704 Bridgewater Road, Rock Hill,
has worked for Wachovia as operating officer      this organization to higher levels.                    The South Carolina Horsemen’s Council is      SC, 29730.                                   ■
- ecommerce division and as financial officer -      The board has decided to close its admin-       composed of a diverse group of people with

                                                  Alpharetta show features paws and feet in special show
    The Horse Show Ventures Summer Show           fences together. With each over-fences class       Saddlery Equitation Challenge high point          Morgan Osbaldeston; short stirrup hunter
Series on July 14-15’s Beach Blast featured       there was an under leash class, where the          rider was Meredith Frobose; Carl Black            classic winner was Simply Silver, owned and
Silver Cup Hunter and Jumper Classics, high       dogs were shown on the leash as a group and        Junior/Senior Hunter high point horse and         shown by Regan Sundius. The Silver Cup
point awards, and the first Horse Show            asked to walk, trot, canter and sit. Proceeds of   rider were November Rain shown by Bergen          child/adult mini prix jumper trophy went to
Ventures Dog & Foot Show sponsored by             $356 were donated to PAWS. Judge for the           Roe; short stirrup high point rider was           Grand Illusion, owned by Karen Hood and
Signature Sporthorses, an exhibitor’s party       dog and foot show was Barbara Macon.               Natalie Reed; top call in the open hunter clas-   shown by Erin Goblisch.
Saturday night sponsored by Sonora Farms,            Judges for the Georgia Hunter Jumper            sic went to Count Valay, owned and shown             Prizes, ribbons and awards were donated
and a Sunday morning brunch sponsored by          Association locally-rated horse show were          by Ansley Toland; long stirrup hunter classic     by Horse Show Ventures, The Snooty Fox
Dawn Mortimer of Harry Norman Realtors.           Jimmy Woffor, Hank Bloom and AC Jones.             winner was Special Edition and Haley Pope;        Tack Exchange, and The English Rider and
    The Sonora Farms’ exhibitor’s party was          Congratulations to winners of the feature       children /adult amateur hunter classic win-       Signature Sporthorses.                     ■
catered by Harry’s Farmer’s Market with a         classes in the horse show. The Atlanta             ner was Just Press Start owned and shown by
sound system and music donated by Steve
Frankel.                                                                               Maryland Horsemen’s party set for September 30
    The first Horse Show Ventures Dog & Foot          The 21st annual Maryland Horsemen’s            Judy Smith, and Maryland 4-H Horse                The fund helps send the horse teams to the
Show benefited PAWS, a local non-kill adop-       party will be held on September 30, from 2         Program Volunteer of the Year Award, Dr. Al       Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup in
tion center. The show gave 60 entrants of all     p.m. to 5 p.m. at Boulevard and Beyond in          Starr, will also be recognized.                   Louisville, Ky., and helps support the
ages and their furry friends the chance to per-   Westminster, Md. This year’s bull roast will          Tickets are available for $30 per adult and    Maryland 4-H program throughout the year.
form in under leash divisions and over            feature great food, live entertainment and a       $20 per youth 12 and under, if purchased by       For more information or to order tickets, call
fences. Fences ranged from 18 inches to two       silent auction. Recipients of the Maryland 4-      September 1. Proceeds will benefit the Sallie     Amanda Brown at 301-314-7832 or email
feet, where the dog and owner jumped the          H Youth Development Award, Tommy and               Robertson Memorial 4-H Endowment Fund.            akbrown@umd.edu.                               ■
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    VQHA Central Region will be holding its        Breeders Incentive Program stallions. The BIP        ing, food and drinks. Possible prizes are a Wii                       a roll since May with circuit championships
annual fall judged trail ride on Saturday,         is awarding “Hy O Silver” custom buckles or          game system, Holly Spagnola stirrups, and                             in amateur select showmanship. This pair
September 29. Registration is from 9-11a.m.        Holly Spagnola custom English stirrups to            other items. Play Texas Hold’Em, Blackjack or                         won at the District V show in Williamston,
There will be cash and prize awards.               class champions. There are also reserve              Roulette with professional dealers. A dance                           N.C., Southern States Showdown in
    Directions: From I95, use Exit 118             prizes. Cash prizes are awarded at the show.         floor and DJ will be there. The hot hors                              Lexington, Va., and then won the open adult
(Thornburg) east, 1.7 miles to the ride loca-      Pre-enter or enter at the show.                      d’oeuvres are complimentary and a cash bar                            showmanship at the Fireworks Circuit at
tion. Central region youth will provide a raf-         Open VQHA Futurity will have 26 classes.         is provided.                                                          Rose Mount in Spotsylvania, Va. At the
fle. Food is available at the registration desk.   Pre-enter or enter at the show. A complete list          Poultry trail – You didn’t know that                              AQHA Region 5 Experience in Lexington,
All riders must have a current Coggins for         of classes can be found at www.vaquarter-            chickens could run a trail course? Come to                            Va., they won the amateur select showman-
every horse. Come join us for a day of fun         horse.com.                                           the coliseum on Saturday Sept 15 where we’ll                          ship class, winning a beautiful Montana sil-
and family and friends over 10 miles of coun-          Virginia Bred Futurity will have 11 classes      find out how good they can be.                                        ver belt buckle and neck ribbon. Thanks to
try trails. For information visit myvqha.com,      for offspring of Virginia-owned and -nomi-               There will be a drawing for a Virginia                            Kerry Allen of February Farm, Hadensville,
call Fay at 540-898-4147 or email                  nated stallions. Champions receive Harris            bred breeding in a raffle. Tickets will be sold                       VA for her expertise in training Juliet and
Tufsampat@aol.com.                                 Silversmith custom buckles. Reserve receives         at $5 per chance until the drawing.                                   sharpening Connie”s skills in showmanship.
    VQHA Futurity Show – Where can you go          a Mt. Pleasant sleazy. Cash payouts pay all              Professional Auction Service has moved                                Virginia Quarter Horse Youth Association
to win lots of money, show off your wean-          places. Cash and prizes awarded at the futu-         its Eastern fall sale to Lexington on Sept 15.                        would like to thank Cathette Plumer for set-
ling, barrel race, play Texas Hold‘Em, partici-    rity show. Pre-enter or enter at the show. Get       This is a quarter horse and paint sale. For 34                        ting up the lemonade stand at the fireworks
pate in a horse auction, win fabulous prizes,      more information by calling Clarence Green           years the sale had been held at the Maryland                          show. All donations went to help the youth
dance the night away, compete in a triple          at 540-788-4138. A complete list of classes can      State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Maryland.                              team.
challenge, win a Wii game system, ride a trail     be found at www.vaquarterhorse.com.                  “We’ve always been reluctant to make a                                    Congratulations to Courtney Sturgill, Miss
course, eat great food, visit with friends, and        NSBA dual-approved show will have 25             change with one of our three historic sales,”                         Virginia Teen United States. Courtney made
more? Visit the VQHA Futurity Show on              classes. Pre-enter or enter at the show. Visit       said Tim Jennings of Professional Auction                             the top five finalists for The Miss Teen United
September 13 – 16, at the Virginia Horse           www.vaquarterhorse.com for a complete list           Services, Inc. “However, this opportunity was                         States in Las Vegas. We are proud of her!
Center, Lexington, Va.                             of classes.                                          too good to pass up. It moves to a world class                            The Youth Association sent six members to
    The futurity show is an AQHA split com-            NSBA $500 added classes will have 10             facility and will be held in conjunction with a                       the Youth Excellence Seminar (YES) in
bined show with a full compliment of AQHA          classes. Pre-enter or enter at the show. A com-      great horse show.”                                                    Amarillo, Texas. Kendall Jennings, Sarah
classes, including barrel racing and pole          plete list of classes can be found at                    Triple Challenge is organized by the                              Mathews, Chris Ringer, Megan Formeck,
bending on Sunday. Entries are taken at the        www.vaquarterhorse.com.                              Quarter Horse Associations of Georgia,                                Courtney Sturgill, and Mellisa Wright repre-
show.                                                  NSBA Stallion Incentive classes will be          Virginia and North Carolina, along with                               sented Virginia well. These future leaders
    VQHA Breeders Incentive Program – BIP          announced soon.                                      Southern States, to create a prize purse for                          came home motivated and energized to help
Futurity will distribute $70,000 in cash prizes        Casino night is sponsored by Charles             exhibitors showing in the same classes at all                         lead their peers successfully. In addition to
for 13 classes showcasing get of the VQHA          Pircher on Friday, September 14, with danc-          three futurity shows. There will be eight                             fantastic speakers and political talks, the kids
                                                                                                        classes selected by drawing. Exhibitors show                          toured the new AQHA museum. The trip also
Appaloosa impresses judges and crowd at NSBA show                                                       as a horse/exhibitor team at all three futurity
                                                                                                        shows to build points toward the Triple
                                                                                                                                                                              introduced them to other youth from around
                                                                                                                                                                              the world.
    Excitement reached a peak for Appaloosa        awarded the coveted champion trophy by the           Challenge purse. Cash and prizes will be                                  The Virginia team is currently showing at
enthusiasts during the National Snaffle Bit        tiebreaker judge, owners Noelle Schmidt and          awarded at the North Carolina Futurity                                the AQHA Youth World in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Association’s Southern Belle Invitation as         Joe Geraci could not be prouder.                     Show. Southern States has started the purse                           Sam Gonzales, Erin Lubishkoff, Maggie
Appaloosa stallion, Chocolatey, wowed                  Chocolately also showed his dappled              with a $5,000 donation. The purse has contin-                         Degroat, Matt Nash, and Courtney Sturgill
crowds and judges at the multi-breed show          backside in the two-year-old color horse             ued to grow as new sponsors are added.                                are representing our state.
held in Tunica, Mississippi.                       western pleasure class with exhibitor Patrick            2007 VQHA queen, Kasey Hawkes, will be                                Erin Lubishkoff placed in top four at
    The two-year-old was only shown in two         Heeley, where he placed fourth among a               revealing the first queen’s showcase. This will                       FORD Youth World. With more than 100
classes – two-year-old open western pleasure       dozen great horses of various breeds.                be a display for all the benefits and activities                      horses entered in the Ford Youth World
and two-year-old color horse western pleas-            For more information about Chocolately,          of a VQHA Queen.                                                      Hunter Under Saddle classes, Erin and Skys
ure – but in those few moments in front the        contact the Appaloosa Horse Club Marketing               Sponsor opportunities are still available.                        Code Blue were one of 15 chosen to return to
judges and spectators, Chocolatey made quite       Department at 208-882-5578 ext. 273 or via           Sponsorship packages include lunch in the                             the finals on August 11.
an impression as the only horse in the entire      email at publicrelations@appaloosa.com .             VIP hall, and some include free stalls, drinks                            The VQHA youth are seeking any tack
show with a blanket (a solid white area nor-           The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) was              and poker chips. VQHA offers ways to adver-                           donations to help build up the Northern
mally over, but not limited to, the hip area       established in 1938, to preserving, promote          tise online, in the show program and at the                           Virginia Therapeutic Riding Center in
with a contrasting base color).                    and enhance the Appaloosa breed. The                 show.                                                                 Chantilly. The barn burned, and while no ani-
    Troy Compton showed the stallion, also         ApHC has registered more than 670,000                    To get more information on this show,                             mals were lost, all the supplies and tack were.
known as “Harry”, in the two-year-old open         Appaloosas. Appaloosas can be found in               visit www.VAQuarterHorse.com or you con-                              Contact VQHYA president Christopher
western pleasure class, where Harry tied for       nearly every discipline. The international           tact Betsy Tuckey at 804-798-0109 or Deb                              Ringer at zipn reb@cox.net, or VQHYA vice-
first place with My Sensational Cookie             breed registry is headquartered in Moscow,           Riley at 804-633-1622.                                                president Samantha Formeck at showingquar-
(AQHA), taking home $1,937.74 in prize             Idaho.                                       ■           Noteworthy – Connie Knight and her                                ters@aol.com.                                  ■
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                                   10:00 am: Village of Shops Open
                                   11:00 am: Guarantor Tent Party Starts
                                   1:00 pm:     First Race
                                   1:15 pm:     Carriage Parade
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                                                 Caring for the older horse program offered in Virginia
   Virginia Cooperative Extension, with            older horses in the area, and will provide the      • Donovan Dagner, DVM, Blue Ridge Equine          Forestry Building from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
sponsorship from Southern States                   most up-to-date information on adequately              Clinic (Charlottesville)and Amanda             The November 9 Front Royal program will be
Cooperative, will offer an educational pro-        caring for aging equines.                              Compton, EqDT (Front Royal) – Dental           held at Celebration Hall in the North Warren
gram, “Caring for the Older Horse”. The con-           Featured speakers and topics include               care for the aging equine                      Volunteer Fire & Rescue Building from 8 a.m.
ference will feature expert advice from lead-      • Scott Pleasant, DVM, VA-MD Regional               • Dr. Marty Adams, Equine Nutritionist,           to 3:30 p.m. The registration fee includes
ing veterinarians and researchers and will be         College of Veterinary Medicine – Physical           Southern States Cooperative – Feeding the      attendees’ conference materials, lunch and
offered at two locations in Virginia’s horse          changes and disease processes affecting             senior horse                                   refreshments. Registrations received by
country – November 8 in Charlottesville, and          older horses                                     • Carrie Swanson, Extension Agent, Animal         October 26 are $20; late registration is $25 and
November 9 in Front Royal, Va.                     • Mark Crisman, DVM, VA-MD Regional                    Science (Charlottesville)and Crystal Smith,    must be received by November 5.
   With better preventative medicine, nutri-          College of Veterinary Medicine –                    Extension Agent, Animal Science (Front             For more information on the
tion and management, horses are living pro-           Maintaining the aging equine athlete                Royal) – End of life options for your aging    Charlottesville program, contact Carrie
ductive lives well into their 20s and beyond.      • Tracy Norman, DVM, Blue Ridge Equine                 equine                                         Swanson, Extension Agent at the Albemarle-
Almost every horse owner and barn manager             Clinic (Charlottesville) and Ian Harrison,           Both sites are easily accessible from major   Charlottesville VCE Office, 434-872-4580 or
has a geriatric horse in their care, or will in       DVM, Harrison Equine (Front Royal) –             interstates and offer plenty of free on-site      cswanson@vt.edu.
the coming years. This program is being               Vaccinations and deworming for the aging         parking. The November 8 Charlottesville pro-          For more information on the Front Royal
offered in response to the growing number of          equine                                           gram will be held in the Department of            program, contact Crystal Smith, Extension
                                                                                                                                                         Agent at the Warren County VCE Office, 540-
                                                                                                                                                         635-4549 or crystal.smith@vt.edu.
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                                                                                                                                                          sponsors show August 18
        Special $3,475                                                                                                          Retail $7,849               The Marion Perry County Riding Club
                                                                                                                                Special $6,700           hosted a horse show at the Ralph Eagle
                                                                                                                                                         Memorial Arena on Highway 14 in Marion,
                                                                                                                                                         Ala., on August 18. The show was sanctioned
                                                                                                                                                         by the West Alabama Horse Show
                                                                                                                                                         Association and counted as a qualifying show
                                                                                                                                                         for the upcoming Alabama Open Horse Show
                                                                                                                                                         to be held in Montgomery The show included
                                                                                                                                                         classes in halter, gaited, western, hunter and
                                                                                                                                                         timed events.
                                                                                                                                                            Anyone could attend and compete in the
                                                                                                                                                         show for nominal entry fees. Prizes included
                                                                                                                                                         ribbons. All exhibitors presented a negative
        #0973 Adam 2-Horse Bumper Pull             #0962 Exiss 2-Horse w/4’ Weekend Pkg.               #1035 Exiss 3-Horse w/7’ Living Quarters          Coggins test at the gate for each horse. For
    7’6” Tall, Ramp, Spare Tire, Retail $9,594        All Aluminum, A/C, Retail $29,287               Hydraulic Jack, Full Size Bath, Retail $42,253
                                                                                                                                                         those who wanted to compete without a
                Special $8,190                               Special $24,300                                       Special $34,700                       horse, there was a feed and tack walk where
                                                                                                                                                         no horse was needed.
                                                                                                                                                            For more information call 334-683-8020. ■


                                                                                                                                                            Mid-East Coast Arabian
                                                                                                        #4540 Cimarron 4-Horse w/12’ Living Quarters       Breeders host futurity show
                                                  #4699 Cimarron 3-Horse w/10’ Living Quarters      4.0 Generator, Surround Sound, 8’ wide x 7’6” Tall       MECAB, the Mid-East Coast Arabian
    #0370 Exiss 3-Horse w/10’ Living Quarters           4.0 Generator, 8’ wide x 7’6” Tall                                             Must SEE!!
      6’ Slide-out, Elec. Jack, Retail $61,169
                                                                                                                                                         Breeders will host their annual Futurity show
                                                                Must SEE!!                                                                               Sept.8 at the Latta Equestrian Center located
               Special $49,200
                                                                                                                                                         at 5225 Sample Road in Huntersville, N.C.
                                                                                                                                                             On display will be some of the finest
                                                                               Cimarron                                                                  Arabian Horses in the area. The show starts
                                                                               3-Horse                                                                   at 10 in the morning. There will be classes for
                                                                               w/7’ Living                                                               weanling and yearling purebreds and half-
                                                                               Quarters                                                                  Arabs. There will also be two educational
                                                                               -7’ Wide               Come see our                                       clinics, one on “Sport and Endurance
                                                                               -7’ Tall               great selection of                                 Arabians in the Marketplace” by Mari
                                                                               -All Aluminum          Freightliner Sport Chassis!                        Maristany, DVM, and the second will be
                                                                               -Hydraulic Jack                                                           “Arabian Horse Discovery Farms”, a discus-
                                                                               -Stallion Interior                                                        sion between spectators and members who
                                                                               Special                                                                   have Discovery Farms. This is a way to learn
                                                                               $36,700                                                                   more about the Arabian horse and the people
                                                                                                                                                         who breed them.
                                                                                                                                                             There will also be a private treaty sale of
                                                                                                                                                         any exhibitor wishing to sell their weanling
                                                                                                                                                         or yearling.                                    ■
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            North Carolina trainer releases DVD
                about natural horse training
    Author, horse trainer, and riding and         teaching a foal, or the alpha mare instructing
training coach Marlis Amato has just released     the herd, will bring new light to the ongoing
a DVD that breaks new ground in the natural       conversation on natural training methods.
horse training world. In “Equus as a Second           Amato explains, “When humans use
Language: A Translation Guide for Horse           Equus, horses listen and respond quickly to
Lovers”, she reveals secrets of herd interac-     what is asked. They do it because they want
tion that most horse owners would not have        to, not because they are forced to. Whether it
the opportunity to see or study. She shows        is moving properly under saddle, handing
how horses in the domestic herd communi-          their feet to the farrier, having a bath, or
cate with each other and how their move-          walking beside their owner without a lead
ments and gestures can be translated into         line, horses want to do the right thing when
human body language so the horse will             they are asked in a language they under-
understand. Using the silent language of the      stand.”
horse and a clear understanding of instinctu-         Amato is the owner of Free Spirit Retreat,
al behavior, effective training can be accom-     fifty acres located near Timberlake, North
plished without the need for special equip-       Carolina. She keeps her herd of 35 Egyptian
ment. Crops, sticks, whips and even round         Arabians in as natural a setting as possible.
pens become unnecessary.                          Over the years, her horses have won honors
    “Equus as A Second Language” is the           in world class shows and have found homes
basis of Marlis Amato’s Mirroring Equine          around the globe. She is a behaviorist, trainer
Attitude (MEA) programs, training horse and       and coach who travels the East Coast helping
human to form a firm, respectful, mutually        horse owners.
beneficial partnership. The ground work               Her DVD is available at Amazon.com,                                      Purebred Arabian Colt Foaled 5/4/07.
demonstrated and explained in the DVD is          Borders.com and Barnes and Noble.com, and                                     op
                                                                                                                   By National T Ten Stallion ML Mostly Padron and out of National T   op
useful to riders in all disciplines because it    at www.mea-way.com. Her new book,
develops the foundation for communication         Emphasizing the Natural in Horse Training,                          Ten Sport Horse mare DIA Madina. He is Nominated for the new
between human and horse.                          will be available in fall of 2007. Her articles                      Region 12 Spotlight Futurity. This futurity could have the colt
    Amato’s emphasis on using human body          are on NC Horse News and in The Salt Block                       winning back his purchase price in May of 08. Money is pretty enough
language to mimic the gestures of the mare        Gazette.                                        ■
                                                                                                                    to win at Halter but will also make an excellent performance horse.
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   Horse and trailer buyers should be alert       the seller became evasive about showing her
for fake buyers working through the internet:     the trailer, and wanted a substantial deposit                             Contact Teresa Craig 336-449-9087
The Nigerian internet fraud, which has            up front, she became suspicious and called
pounded U.S. e-mail accounts proposing to         us. Since we sell EquiSpirits direct through-
                                                                                                                               desertimage@earthlink.net.
make large money transfers in exchange for        out the country instead of through dealers,
fees, has taken on a new spin with internet       we can keep close track of our trailers and
horse trailer sales. The increasing growth of     customers. We quickly discerned that the pic-
equestrian websites offering free classified      tures on the ad were lifted from our website,
ads has provided an effective catalyst for the    and that the seller did not exist in our files.”
Nigerian scam artists to test their new               “I think that most horse owners will be
scheme. Horse trailers have been targeted         sharp enough to detect that something's
because they are high ticket items.               wrong,” says Scheve. “The people working
   Tom Scheve, CEO of EquiInternational           this fraud are not horse owners so e-mail
Inc./EquiSpirit Trailers, said, “A California     responses to trailer questions are usually odd
horse owner, who happened to also be an           or evasive, sentence structure and grammar
investigator, called our office to warn us. She   are strange, and in our case, the price was too
had found a brand new 2007 EquiSpirit two         low to be believable. But I suspect that the
horse model on freehorseads.com that was          pitch will improve if the results show prom-
offered at more than a quarter off the price.     ise, so buyers need to be cautious.”
The buyer hoped there was some good rea-                                       – Sporthorse e-News
son for the low price, but there wasn’t. When

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                                              USDF convention in Orlando to focus on equine health
   United States Dressage Federation (USDF)           Held annually, the convention includes        with Nick Attwood of Attwood Equestrian        Hiederich, DVM; “Complete Rehabilitation
has announced that the 2007 Adequan®/             educational sessions and the yearly business      Surfaces, Mark Martinelli, DVM, MS, PhD,       and Preventative Care for the Equine
USDF Annual Convention, to be held                of the federation. The event offers the rare      and Hilary Clayton, BRCVS, PhD, MRCVS;         Athlete” with Kirsten Johnson, owner of the
November 28 through December 2 in                 opportunity for everyone to see the inner-        “New Concepts in Equine Lameness:              Kentucky Equine Sports Medicine and
Orlando, Florida, will focus entirely on horse    workings of the USDF, have a say in the deci-     Thinking Outside the Box” with Richard         Rehabilitation Center; “Through the Looking
health education. USDF has partnered with         sion making process and to be immersed in         Markell, DVM, leading a panel of Olympic-      Glass: New Diagnostic Tools to Evaluate
the American Association of Equine                education.                                        level veterinarians including Dr. Tim Ober,    Digestive Tract Health and Disease” with
Practitioners (AAEP) to provide fourteen in-          “The topics are all timely and appropriate    Dr. Caroline Weinberg, and Dr. Philippe        Scott Carter, PhD in nutrition and biotechnol-
depth sessions with top equestrian veterinari-    for many different styles of riding besides       Benoit; “New Technologies in Diagnosis and     ogy, and Frank Pellegrini, DVM; “Functional
ans on issues such as digestive health, joint     dressage, so we are inviting everyone in the      Treatment of Lameness in the Dressage          Feeding: Maximizing Health and
health, footing and contagious disease. This is   equine industry to join us for this educational   Horse”, with Mark Martinelli, DVM, MS,         Performance” with Lindsey White, MS;
the first time that USDF has offered such an      event,” stated USDF Director of Marketing         PhD; “Conformation and Its Influence on        “Preserving the Foundation: An In-Depth
extensive educational curriculum in three         Linda Schultz.                                    Lameness in the Dressage Horse” with Erin      Look at Hoof Care” with Stephen O’Grady,
days with such a vast panel of experts at the         Confirmed topics and speakers include:        Denney-Jones, DVM, FEI recognized veteri-      DVM, MRCVS; “Management of Contagious
convention.                                       “Impact of Arena Footing on Soundness”            narian; “Alternative Therapies” with Heather   Diseases: Vaccination and Biosecurity
                                                                                                                                                   Protocols” with Rob Holland, DVM;
                                                                                                                                                   “Conditioning the Dressage Horse” with Dr.
                                                                                                                                                   Hilary Clayton; “Understanding the
                                                                                                                                                   USEF/FEI Medication Rules; How not to get
                                                                                                                                                   your horse to test positive!” with Kent Allen,
                     ®                                                                                                                             DVM; “What Your Performance Horse Wants
                                                                                                                                                   You to Know” with Duncan Peters, DVM,
                                                                                                                                                   MS; and the feature presentation,
                                                                                                                                                   “Performance Partners through Pilates:
                                                                                                                                                   Develop Your Horse through Better Riding”,
                                                                                                                                                   which will serve as a panel discussion featur-
                                                                                                                                                   ing Dr. Hilary Clayton and Betsy Steiner,
                                                                                                                                                   American World Championship team mem-
                                                                                                                                                   ber.
                                                                                                                                                      For more information or to register, visit
                                                                                                                                                   www.usdf.org/convention or contact the
                                                                                                                                                   USDF office at 859-971-2277.
                                                                                                                                                      Founded in 1973, the United States
                                                                                                                                                   Dressage Federation is a nonprofit organiza-
                                                                                                                                                   tion dedicated to education, recognition of
                                                                                                                                                   achievement, and promotion of dressage.
                                                                                                                                                   For more information about USDF member-
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                                                                        Will this be our “Trail of Tears”?
 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––           8 in Ellijay along with more than 125 other              agers on the CONF to conduct additional             done without money.
                   by Ellen Stara
 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––           concerned trail riders representing 15 horse             site-specific analysis and additional public            A motion was made and approved for
    Editor’s note – The Chattahoochee-Oconee        organizations. The meeting was well organ-               involvement on this ruling. The CONF’s              BCHNG to set up a website by which indi-
National Forest (CONF) in Georgia is preparing      ized and I was impressed with BCHNG’s                    analysis is done, but public involvement is         viduals could make a credit card donation to
to re-implement the 2004 Forest Management rule     professional attitude towards dealing with               only now getting started.                           a legal expense fund and donations were
that bans all unmanaged cross country horse trav-   the Forest Service (FS) and its proposed blan-               The meeting continued with a question-          solicited from the meeting’s attendees to get
el and restricts horses to designated trails and    ket ban on cross country horse travel in the             and-answer session and an open discussion           the appeal started.
roads in Georgia’s national forests. Although the   national forest.                                         about our options – to appeal or to not appeal          6. The Georgia chapters of the Back
Chattahoochee Trail Horse Association (CTHA)            So that everyone could understand,                   the ruling - and the ramifications of both. In      Country Horsemen of America are supported
has a partnership agreement with the CONF to        BCHNG’s officers explained the basics of FS’s            the end, a motion was made and the crowd            by the national organization and have
develop and maintain trails, the CTHA was not       “Standard FW-127” ruling to eliminate cross              unanimously voted to support BCHNG with             lawyers in Washington prepared to work on
privy to the re-implementation of this rule until   country horse travel and limit horseback rid-            an appeal if the CONF implements the ruling         the appeal.
its announcement in July. CTHA has not yet          ing to only designated trails and roads. The             as presented.                                           My personal thoughts and conclusions:
decided how they will respond to the ruling.        ruling’s history was also covered, including                 Several key points affected the decision to     Supporting BCHNG in the appeal process is
                                                    the outcome of the legal appeal made to the              appeal:                                             the best and probably the only option
Dear CTHA board members,                            USFS in 2004 by the Back Country Horsemen                    1. US Forest Service (USFS) protocol must       Georgia trail riders have if we want to pre-
    Okay folks, I'm on my high horse! I             of America (BCHA) and other groups. In                   be followed. To object to any FS ruling, a          serve our right to ride in our national forests.
attended the Back Country Horsemen of               2006, the appeal resulted in a decision by the           legal appeal must come first and must be            Making nice with the Forest Service is impor-
North Georgia (BCHNG) meeting on August             USFS Chief in Washington that directed man-              made within 30 days after the ruling’s imple-       tant and we must continue to volunteer and
                                                                                                             mentation. It is ruled upon within the USFS         work amicably with local FS personnel for
                                                     If your interest in horses is leading you               itself. During the appeal process the ban on        local trail enhancements.
                                                      to learn more about horseshoeing, we                   cross country horse travel will be enforced. If         But our local foresters have no say in the
                                                                   can help you...                           the USFS rules in favor of the appeal, the ban      big picture. Neither do small clubs such as
                                                                                                             will be suspended until another analysis and        CTHA who are insignificant and powerless in
                                                            Casey&Son                                        proposal can be made. Only if the appeal is         the eyes of the almighty Forest Service.

                                                    Horseshoeing                                             denied, can a federal lawsuit be filed. If no
                                                                                                             appeal is made, we accept the ruling as is.
                                                                                                                 Note: Filing an appeal is how the Forest
                                                                                                                                                                 Though we’ve strived honorably to work
                                                                                                                                                                 with the FS to avoid such a confrontation,
                                                                                                                                                                 this is now an urgent defensive fight. We are

                                                                   Easy to Understand
                                                                                       School                Service does business and should not be
                                                                                                             viewed as an attack, only an objection to this
                                                                                                                                                                 being forced to choose sides. Do we surren-
                                                                                                                                                                 der or do we stand up and voice our objec-
                                                      “6 STEPS TO BALANCING THE HOOF               AND       ruling, and should not affect any personal          tions? I say we back BCHNG. We certainly
                                                           HORSE FOR SOUND SHOEING”                          relationships with FS on the local level.           can offer our support. If we don’t, we stand
                                                        Wednesday thru Sunday ‘ Year Round.                  BCHNG will continue to work on trail devel-         to lose much more than our right to ride.
                                                       Attend Full Time- 5 days a week or Part               opment, maintenance and preservation                    Allowing horses on only designated trails
                                                     Time - Weekends. Courses Held Every Week!               alongside the FS.                                   and roads may seem like an easy solution to
                                                    Available Classes Include:                                   2. The appeal will be focused on the fact       the FS’s unmanaged environmental issues
                                                    2 Day Trim Classes                                       that the CONF’s analysis and decision is            and it may be agreeable to some who only
                                                    2 Week Conrses on shoeing                                without specifically documented evidence            occasionally visit the forest for an hour or
                                                       your own horses
                                                                                          Home               that damage has been done to the environ-           two ride, but it will be a tragedy for the thou-
                                                    6 & 12 Week Professional              of the             ment in all areas they are proposing to close       sands of horsemen and women who consider
                                                       Courses                          T.V. Show            to horses. In other words, the CONF’s pro-          trail riding their heritage and lifestyle and
                                                    Hands on Shoeing includes:         Horseshoe’n           posal would be overkill on a problem not            who rely on exploring the realms of the forest
                                                    • Forgework - Hot & Cold                                 adequately and actually proven.                     as their primary recreation. Certainly we
                                                    • Corrective                          Time!                  3. The FS proposal presented to equestri-       must address the need to retain good rela-
                                                    • Hoof Repair                                            ans is vague, with few, if any, guarantees that     tionships, protect the environment, educate
                                                    • Gait Analysis                                          FS has a plan or will work with us to expand        forest users and develop trails that are prop-
                                                    • Business Management
                                                                                                             the designated trail system or make any com-        erly designed, maintainable and manageable.
                                                    (Tuiton includes “clean”lodging and home cooked meals)
                                                                                                             promises. FS is asking for comments and will        But instead of a blanket ban, a more justifi-
                                                          BWFA Farrier Certification Offered                 hold two public open house meetings (yet            able solution would be for FS to work with
                                                     We welcome Visitors to spend the day with us!           unannounced) as required of them, but will          equestrian trail organizations to educate the
                                                                                                             they actually consider changing anything            public on responsible riding and land stew-
                                                                                                             already decided on? It’s not likely. The FS         ardship and to have a mutual strategy to
                                                            706-397-8909                                     indicates that the ruling will be implemented       define, develop and maintain quality trail
                                                       w w w. c a s e y h o r s e s h o e i n g . c o m      before year’s end, possibly as soon as              systems and parking facilities dispersed
                                                            rcaseysch@aol.com                                September, allowing us inadequate time to           throughout the national forest. In this demo-
                                                                Request a Free Brochure                      respond. Once the ruling is implemented             cratic society, we are entitled to have a say in
                                                                                                             without an appeal, it will be difficult or          our future.
                                                            14013 East Hwy 136                               impossible to undo.                                     Remember in history the native Cherokees
                                                          LaFayette, Georgia 30728                               4. All trail riders, saddle clubs and horse     who were herded onto reservations far from
                                                                                                             organizations in Georgia must be united in          their homeland “for their own good” by our
                                                           Horseshoeing Services Provided Daily
                                                                                                             objecting to the ban on cross country horse         government so they could be managed? Will
                                                                                                             travel, at least in principle if not in action.     this unjust Forest Service ruling be our “Trail
                                                                                                             Even if we favor riding only on designated          of Tears”?
                                               • Biotin, Plus Additional Supplements                         trails because they are safe, designed proper-
                                                                                                             ly and easier to manage, we must also                   Websites for more information about the ruling
                                                      • Apple-Flavored Pellets                                                                                   and organizations involved:
                                                                                                             uphold our equestrian heritage and opportu-
                                                     • No Animal By-Products                                 nities to recreate in the forest along with             National Forests in Georgia: www.fs.fed .us/conf
                                                                                                                                                                 –Review the horseback information. Currently the
                                                                                                             other foot travel. If the blanket ban on cross      slide show being presented to user groups regarding
                                                      Money-Back Guarantee                                   country horse travel becomes the rule in            the ruling, a short summary briefing paper and other
                                                                                                             Georgia, a dangerous precedent will be set. It      pertinent information are available.
                                                                                                             labels our activity as inherently harmful to            Back Country Horsemen of North Georgia
                                                     FREE SHIPPING                                           the Forest, in the eyes of public land man-         (BCHNG): www.bchng.org– Contact for donations to
                                                                                                             agers and in the mindset of the public. It’s        appeal fund.
                                                www.hoofrite.com                                             unthinkable what the ramifications of such a
                                                                                                             precedent would be for the future of horses
                                                                                                                                                                     Back Country Horsemen of Middle and South
                                                                                                                                                                 Georgia (BCHSG): www.bchsg.org

                                                    888-849-8655                                             on trails everywhere.
                                                                                                                 5. The appeal is a defensive, reactive
                                                                                                                                                                     Back Country Horsemen of America (BCHA):
                                                                                                                                                                 www.backcountryhorse.com
                                                                                                                                                                     Chattahoochee Trail Horse Association, Inc.
                                                    Canada 613-253-0095                                      action. If there is to be any hope for accessible   (CTHA): www.ride-ctha.org

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                                                                                                             and adequate places to ride in the future,
                                                                                                             equestrians will need to become more
                                                                                                             assertive and proactive. It can’t be done with-
                                                                                                             out individual involvement and it can’t be
                                                                                                                                                                     Ellen Stara is a former president and board of
                                                                                                                                                                          director of the Chattahoochee Trail Horse
                                                                                                                                                                     Association. E-mail her at Staractha@aol.com.
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                                               Juniors and young riders shine at NAJYR championships
   Juniors and Young Riders from across                 In the individual championship in the jun-        Canada won the junior team gold with a       Tracy of Parker, Colo., had an overall score of
North America were awarded medals in                ior division, Canada’s Jade Deter of              combined score of 204.450 points. The team       48.9 penalties for the gold on Tigger VIII. The
Olympic style for their performances at the         Kemptville, Ont., scored 69.550 on                included Jade Deter, who scored 69.750 per-      silver went to Cassidy Lundmark of
2007 CN North American Junior and Young             Mastermind to win the gold. The silver medal      cent on Mastermind; Jaimie Holland of            Barrington Hills, Ill., with a score of 52.3 on
Riders’ Championships (NAJYRC), presented           went to Kristin Becker of Lemont, Ill., who       Caledon, Ont., who scored 67.800 percent on      What’s Shakin. The bronze was won by
by Gotham North and UlcerGard.                      scored 67.650 on Ramses, and the bronze           Fleurina; Sara Regehr of Vernon, B.C., who       Kendyl Tracy, sister of the gold medalist, with
   The Championships, held July 31 –                went to Mackinzie Pooley of Coto de Casa,         scored 66.900 percent on Danika, and Lindsay     54.0 penalties on Mr. Incredible.
August 5 at the Virginia Horse Center in            Calif., with a score of 66.650 on Jonkara.        Seidel-Wassenaar of Bluffton, Alberta, who           The Tracy sisters Area IX won the junior
Lexington, Va., saw young equestrians from              Canada swept the individual medals in         scored 66.750 percent on Oslo.                   team gold with 167.4 penalties, followed by
the United States, Canada and Mexico, as            the young riders freestyle with the individual        Winning the team silver medal was the        Area IV who took the silver with 173.4 and
well as a South American rider from                 gold going to Alexandra Duncan of West            USA Region 2 team with a score of 201.100.       Area VIII who won the bronze with 203.0.
Argentina, vying for team and individual            Vancouver, B.C., who scored 72.950 on             The bronze medal went to the USA Region 1        Accompanying Anisa and Kendyl Tracy on
medals in the three Olympic disciplines of          Elektra. The silver went to Leah Wilson of        team with a score of 197.950.                    the team from Area IX were Holly
dressage, eventing and show jumping. For            Orangeville, Ont., who rode Westside Lady to          Eventing – In the USEA eventing division,    Hillenbrand of Steamboat Springs, Colo.,
many, the NAJYRC, the North American                a score of 70.990, and the bronze went to Julie   Jessica DiGenova of Norval, Ontario, led the     who had 64.5 penalties on Woodrow and
competition for juniors (ages 14-18) and            Watchorn of Schomberg, Ont., with a score of      CCI** competition for young riders from start    Sarah Huebner of Larkspur, Colo., who had
young riders (ages 16-21), is their first experi-   70.200 on Dobble Tyme.                            to finish and had a fault free performance in    72.6 penalties on Newsbeat.
ence riding on a team, as well as their first           In the junior freestyle, individual gold      show jumping for a three-phase total of 50.4         Show jumping – In the USHJA show
time competing under the rules of the               went to Jade Deter, who scored 73.400 on          on Upolu. The individual silver went to Nate     jumping division, Karl Cook of Woodside,
Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI – the       Mastermind. The silver went to Kristen            Chambers of Upperville, Va., with a three-       Calif., rode Uno de Laubry to a five-round
International Equestrian Federation), the           Becker who rode Ramses to a score of 70.100,      phase score of 62.2 on Rolling Stone II, and     score of 4.06 faults to clinch the young riders
international governing body for equestrian         and the bronze went to Mackinzie Pooley           the bronze went to Kirsten Selvig of Palm        individual gold medal. Laura Teodori of
sport.                                              with a score of 69.550 on Jonkara.                Beach Gardens, Fla., with 63.6 penalties on      Scottsdale, Ariz., scored 6.84 faults on Kasaar
   Dressage – The USDF/Platinum                         In the young rider team competition, U.S.     Ruse du Guerre.                                  D’Uselles to win the silver and Aurora Griffin
Performance dressage division saw tough             Region 7 earned the gold medal with a team            In the CCI** team competition, the com-      of Westlake Village, Calif., scored 12 faults on
competition by dedicated riders who, despite        score of 204.223 points. Region 2 claimed the     bined team of Areas III and X won the gold       Tucker to win the bronze.
temperatures well into the 90s, insisted on         silver medal with 202.578 points, and bronze      with 209.8 penalties, followed by Area VIII          The junior gold medal went to Katherine
riding in their formal attire, demonstrating a      medalist Region 3 scored 200.488 points.          with 253.4 and Canada – Ontario/Alberta          Newman of Upperville, Va., with a five-
true commitment to the tradition of their               The all-California Region 7 team was led      with 254.0.                                      round score of only 4 faults on Costa Sur.
sport. Winning the young riders individual          by Emily Tears of Rancho Santa Margarita              The Areas III and X gold medal team          David Arcand of Montreal, Quebec, won the
gold medal was Devon Kane of Wellington,            with a score of 69.867 on Luciano. Joining her    included Brett Handy, who had a score of         silver with a score of 16 faults on Santos
Fla., who scored 69.550 on Douwe. The silver        on the gold medal team were Amanda                106.4 penalties on Promising Sports Field;       Utopia, and Reba McIver of Anna, Ontario,
medal went to Alexandra Duncan of West              Harlan of St. Helena, who scored 67.778 on        Kirsten Selvig, who had 63.6 penalties on        won the bronze with 17 faults on Fileepe.
Vancouver, B.C., who scored 68.800 on               Liberte; Crystalyn Hoffman of Santa Clara,        Ruse du Guerre; Georgia Gibbes, who had              Zone 10 won both the young riders and
Elektra, and the bronze went to Kassandra           who scored 66.578 on Diamo 10; and Jaclyn         69.8 penalties on Bounce Back; and Kate          juniors team gold medals. In the young rid-
Barteau of Gilberts, Ill., with a score of 68.500   Meinen of Dana Point, who received a score        Luce, who had 76.4 penalties on Tia Lusso.
on Gabriella.                                       of 65.467 on Rockette DG.                             In the CCI* competition for juniors, Anisa        NAJYR CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
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                                                             Paso Fino Horse Association plans shows
   The Paso Fino Horse Association will hold           and Visitors Bureau and the Georgia National        and Saturday evenings, followed by the High        Elizabeth Arledge of Tallahassee, Florida.
their 35th Grand National Championship                 Fairgrounds and Agricenter will host an             Point Specialty Horse of the Show Award.               The Mundial VIII Confepaso 2007 show
Show and Sale September 16-22, at the                  exhibitors party in the Court of Flags area.        The award is given to the horse that accumu-       will be held November 7-11 at the
Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry,                      Other special events include five clinics.     lates the highest total number of points in the    Jacksonville Equestrian Center, Jacksonville,
Georgia.                                               On Monday, Sue Niebling will hold a clinic,         versatility, western pleasure, trail and driving   Florida.
   This seven-day event will feature 120               “What You Need to Show”. Other clinics              classes.                                              Class Schedule and entry forms are on the
classes in the Reaves Arena, bringing together         include “Futurities, 2007 and Beyond” with               Featured classes include the Fabulous         PFHA website, www.pfha.org. Entries
some of the finest Paso Finos. Show starts             Mary Rizo-Patron, and “Questions and                Fino, performance and pleasure futurity            should be in by the October 6, 2007 deadline.
each day 8 a.m. with special awards and stal-          Answers for new Show Exhibitors” by Alice           classes, amateur owner Geldings for Gold              Go to www.pfha.org for more Mundial
lion exhibitions nightly.                              Page. Dr. Larry Britt will demonstrate what         and Geldings For Gold programs, the                information. Tickets available at www.ticket
     The 10th Annual Grand National Horse              equine dentistry is all about on Friday and         Breeder’s sweepstakes, get of sire and pro-        master.com. For reserve seating ($20 each
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                              Suzanne Dansby-Phelp’s dressage performance displayed on YouTube.com
    International grand prix dressage rider and        Cooper dancing through the grand prix               World Equestrian Games. Phelps has been            included only three other horse and rider
trainer, Suzanne Dansby-Phelps and her tal-            freestyle at the Washington International           either short- or long-listed for the U.S. team     combinations. The dramatic musical freestyle
ented partner, Cooper can now be seen on               Horse Show.                                         for seven consecutive years.                       competition was hosted the last night of the
YouTube.com. Cooper, an amazing 18.3-hand                 Suzanne Dansby-Phelps and Cooper have                Shortly after their return to the States,      competition. Phelps was the first competitor
Holsteiner gelding, is a popular fixture on the        had a successful career together, including         Phelps and Cooper were invited to the              to enter the arena in front of a crowd of more
CDI Grand Prix circuit. The recently posted            traveling to Aachen, Germany to be the alter-       $25,000 Dressage Invitational at the               than 10,000 onlookers.
YouTube.com video shows Phelps and                     nate for last year’s U.S. dressage team at the      Washington International Horse Show. This              In the video, the audience can be heard
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  YK 339 will be on display with his son YK’s Legacy at the Arabian Sporthorse Nationals in Lexington, V • September 26-30, 2007
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                              And at the Equine Extravaganza in Richmond, V • October 26-28, 2007                                                             ers’ division, the all-California Zone 10 team
                                                                                                                                                              had a score of 20 faults for the two rounds.
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                    KB Horse Camp completes year
    KB Horse Camp has completed its year. At         a trip to Charmayne James’ ranch in Athens,
every event, they wore their sponsor shirts.         Texas. They bought a yearling colt out of
The team won three saddles, and lost four by         Black Dash.
only a couple of points. They also won                   The team traveled to Perry, Ga., for the
money and many belt buckles. Two girls               three-day Triple Crown Barrel Race. There
competed at the finals in Ocals, Fla., with bro-     were 800 contestants per day. Kim McGhee
ken arms. They placed high, in spite of the          won $1,200 one day. One team member won
casts.                                               $100.                                                                                                               End Fly, Mosquito
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girls’ and boys’ club in Barney, Ga. The team        September. The McGhees and their sponsors
talked to them about rodeo, showed them              help team members who do not have horses.
how to saddle and then gave them rides.              Valdosta, Georgia, sponsors for the 2006-2007
They also hosted a Christmas rodeo for sixty         season were Akins Petroleum Co.; Great
kids in the community. Kids were allowed to          Southern Yellow Pages; Boot Hill Western                         PROFESSIONAL SERVICES:
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                   Intercollegiate Horse Show Association offers college-age competitors show experience
    With over 300 colleges and more than                             not permitted. The theory behind this struc-        advances to the next level. Once riders quali-    the zone finals. From there, the top two teams
6200 riders, the Intercollegiate Horse Show                          ture is to equalize variables of the competi-       fy at the horse shows, winners compete at the     from each zone compete at nationals. The
Association (IHSA) is the largest intercolle-                        tion and test the horsemanship of the contest-      regional finals. The top three winners from       national team champion team is awarded the
giate equestrian organization. The IHSA was                          ants. Classes range from walk/trot for first        that competition go on to the zone finals. The    Cacchione Cup.
established in April 1999 with the purpose of                        year students to the open division for the          best two individuals from the zone finals             Colleges in the Southeast are included in
promoting competition for riders of any skill                        more experienced riders. Many schools offer         progress to the national championships held       Zone 5. Competitors from Florida, Georgia,
level regardless of financial status. Students                       scholarships.                                       each year in May.                                 Alabama,Mississippi, South Carolina,
compete individually and as teams members                               Eight levels of hunter seat riding and six          In addition to qualifying individual riders    Tennessee are in this zone. Judson students
at both regional and national levels. For all                        levels of western riding range from beginner        for nationals, each team strives to be the high   compete in this area.
who take part, these IHSA competitions                               walk-trot through advanced open equitation          point college representing the region at the          The IHSA is a recognized member of USA
develop sportsmanship, team enthusiasm                               competition. At the more advanced levels,           National Horse Show. This is accomplished in      Equestrian (USAE) and the American Quarter
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                                              National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association now involves 137 institutions
    At a meeting on November 6, 1948, in                             held that same year in San Francisco. The first         In the 70s, national sponsors began joining   Montana State University. Now the entire col-
Alpine, Texas, twelve schools came together                          NIRA All Around Champion crowned that               the college rodeo forces. Member schools          lege rodeo standing process is conducted on
to discuss the creation of the National                              year was Harley May of Sul Ross State               totaled 116 in 1970 with 41 of those two-year     computers, regionally and at the CNFR.
Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Decided at                        University.                                         institutions. The first national sponsor was         An eighth region, the Ozark, joined in
that meeting was the need for a constitution,                            The 1950s brought problems with struc-          the U.S. Tobacco Co. A scholarship awards         1970, and included Arkansas, northern
which was established at a meeting held in                           ture and finance for college rodeo. A secre-        program was created in 1975, offering $70,000     Mississippi, and southern Missouri.
February 1949. Eligibility guidelines, scholas-                      tary-manager position was created, and in           in scholarships to regional and national             By the 1980s college rodeo was at an all
tic standards and rodeo structures were put                          1960, Sonny and Joann Sikes of Sam Houston          champions. In 1979, Miller Brewing Company        time high, with member schools totaling 155.
into place, and the first NIRA national con-                         State University took over, accepting the roles     offered scholarships to the ten winning teams     Wrangler Jeans & Shirts signed on as a
vention was held in April, 1949, in Denver,                          of secretary and office manager respectively.       in NIRA's regions, and to the winning teams.      national sponsor in 1982. The Wrangler
Colorado.                                                                The Sikes family led college rodeo into             Hewlett Packard and Montana State             Officials Program was created, and officials
    Three regions were formed, Southern,                             consistent membership growth and the televi-        University’s electrical engineering depart-       now received payment from an officials’
Northwest, and Rocky Mountain. There were                            sion boom. Rodeo at this time was experienc-        ment developed the first computer scoring         judging fund.
thirteen member schools at this time, repre-                         ing a huge growth in several arenas, profes-        system for the College National Finals Rodeo         In 1997 the college finals moved to Rapid
senting Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico,                              sional and college, the television airtime was      in 1971. Initially, there were two units at the   City, South Dakota. The National Intercolle-
Arizona, Wyoming, and Texas. The first                               a welcomed partner in the growth. Member            announcer stand, one for input and one for
College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) was                             schools totaled 97 in 1966.                         output, with a huge mainframe located at                NIRA CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE




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Developing natural balance in your horse, part 3
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on a straight line to accomplish the correct         step is to get him to do a balanced canter on a                                               the world’s largest TWHBEA/SSHBEA
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    To train for the transition, I like to use a     ure to go straight across the diagonal of the
figure “X” with closed ends that is ridden           arena. Do the straight line starting with one-
across the diagonal of the ring. I use the short     quarter of the length of the straight line, then
end corners as the spots where I will ask the        one-half (at “X”), and then three-quarters,
horse to canter. Tracking to the right, or clock-    and then the full straight line. Then return to
wise, start at the short end of the arena at the     the lengthening trot. Much later in your train-
trot, and trot across the diagonal after your        ing, as your horse advances, you will do a
second turn on the short end. As you com-            simple flying change of lead at the beginning
plete the diagonal, track left, or counterclock-     of the new direction or at the end of the
wise, at the other short side of the arena.          straight line. A young horse will take much
    Once you get very accurate with the pat-         longer to get consistent at a balanced canter,
tern at the trot, you are ready to pick up the       but this is not a stage in his training where
leads on the short ends. To prepare for the          you should take short cuts!
canter, you have to use your eyes and look at            In the next article, I will discuss slowing
the point that you want to initiate the canter.      down the speed in gaits to develop natural
At the middle of the diagonal (the “X” spot in       balance. In the meantime, my Dressage
a dressage arena), you will begin to prepare         Principles, Vol. 1, Part 3 will enhance this les-
the horse’s body for the canter. If you just         son balance. Also, Dressage Principles, Parts 1
made a right turn at the trot from the short         and 2 will help you get your position and bal-
end into the diagonal, then prepare for a left       ance correct, and it will help your use of aids
lead depart at the turn at the other short end       to cue your horse clearly and consistently to        8015 Slide out, 3 Horse Slant, fireplace, big
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                                                              S O U T H E A S T
                                                                                          BREEDS
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               Extreme Mustang Makeover
          offers connection to American history
    Hides tough as leather and hooves the size      with the animal.
of dinner plates, wild horses roaming federal           Clinician Clinton Anderson of Downunder
lands in the United States have literally been
the stuff of legend. Known for being particu-
                                                    Horsemanship is also a previous adopter and
                                                    has featured his adopted mustangs on his
                                                                                                                    Come to
larly hardy, America’s wild horses have sur-
vived disease, drought and predator, both
                                                    RFD-TV program. “Once you get a mustang
                                                    quiet and safe, they can be a great companion
                                                                                                               Clinton Anderson’s
animal and human, for more than 500 years
to become an American icon. Now, horse
                                                    – sure-footed and calm,” he says.
                                                        Protection for these celebrated animals
                                                                                                               Horsemanship Clinic
lovers have an opportunity to see, and per-         began in 1950 when Velma B. Johnson, known
haps become the owner of, a legend in the           as Wild Horse Annie, began a grassroots cam-              and in just 3 days get the tools
making with the debut of the first Extreme          paign, involving mostly school children, to               and knowledge to change your
Mustang Makeover in Fort Worth, Texas,              save the horses from unscrupulous “mus-
September 22-23.                                    tangers” gathering horses for commercial                      horsemanship forever!
    One past adopter is well-known horseman         purposes. While the bill passed by Congress
and 2007 Road to The Horse Champion Chris           in 1959, called the Wild Horse Annie Act, did
Cox of Mineral Wells, Texas. “I’m impressed         prohibit the use of motorized vehicles in
with the aggressive efforts of the Mustang          gathering horses, it did not provide for the
Heritage Foundation in the creation of the          protection or management of the herds. In                   ce
Extreme Mustang Makeover,” said Cox.                response to the public outcry, Congress              Advan se
                                                                                                                a
“Since my ranch is in the Fort Worth area, I’m      passed and President Richard Nixon signed             purch tickets
                                                                                                              tor
going make every effort to stop by the Will         into law the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and          specta 35/day!
Rogers Center during the competition to see         Burros Act of 1971 that provided funding for         just $
these trainers in action. Mustangs are a grow-      the management care of these wild horses.
ing segment of the horse industry and this              “Decades of careful management and
event will showcase their trainability.”            attention have gone into preserving these
    The Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF),          magnificent animals,” said BLM spokesman
in partnership with the U.S. Bureau of Land         Tom Gorey. “With the public’s help through
Management (BLM), created the Extreme               these adoptions, we are able to place these
Mustang Makeover event to highlight the rec-        animals with caring homes and provide them
ognized value of mustangs through a national        with useful lives as they become mounts for
training competition. The event will give the       competitions, trail riding and personal enjoy-
public a unique opportunity to see the results      ment.”
of wild horses becoming trained mounts and              The public will be invited to participate in
then participate in a competitive bidding           adopting one of the Extreme Mustang
process to adopt one of these treasured ani-        Makeover competition animals September 23.
mals. The purpose of the competition is to          Even though the animals will have been han-
showcase the beauty, versatility, and trainabil-    dled and trained, the same conditions will
ity of these rugged horses that roam freely on      apply for the new owner when the animal is
public lands throughout the West, where they        adopted.
are protected by the BLM under Federal law.             Potential adopters will apply for the
    One hundred trainers from 28 states, who        opportunity to be included in the competitive
claimed the Nevada mustangs June 6-9 at             bidding process at the event with BLM per-
BLM facilities in Oklahoma and Nevada, will         sonnel available to review and approve the
compete for $25,000 and demonstrate their           application on site. In order to apply, appli-               October 26-28, 2007 • Clemson, SC
mounts’ abilities during competition                cants must be at least 18 years old, have no              November 16-18, 2007 • Huntsville, AL
September 22 in Fort Worth, Texas. The              prior convention for inhumane treatment of
trained mustangs will be judged on condi-           animals or violations of the Wild Free-
                                                                                                                                            3-Day Series I Horsemanship Clinic
tioning, groundwork, and a “horse course”           Roaming Horse and Burro Act and be able to
that requires maneuvers and includes obsta-         demonstrate that adequate housing, food,
cles found in trail and recreational riding situ-   water and facilities will be available to
ations. An adoption will take place September       humanely care for the animal. Specific facility         Learn How to…
23 where fees will be set through competitive       requirements also apply that pertain to type            • Develop safe, content and willing horses
bidding.                                            and height of fencing, as well as shelter from
    Nearly 29,000 mustangs roam federal             the elements.
                                                                                                            • Make the most out of each training session
lands across the country. In order to manage            Adopted horses remain with the adopter              • Get your horse supple and responsive
the herds and maintain both land and herd           for one year before “title” of ownership is             • Overcome your fears and accomplish your horsemanship goals
health, the BLM oversees the adoption of            provided from the BLM.
wild horses and burros through public adop-             “This event will be a real treat for any
tions held throughout the United States. Since      horse lover, whether they plan to adopt or
1973, more than 216,000 wild horses and bur-        not,” said MHF Executive Director Patti
ros have been adopted.                              Colbert. “Seeing how well these animals                     Pre-paid observer tickets just $35 per day
    Horses between the ages of three and six        respond to training and handling after only                           Tickets at the door $45 per person, per day.
years old are typically selected from the herds     100 days is something the public has never
                                                                                                                    Participant slots have been filled for months—get your
for adoption, while older horses are placed on      seen before, let alone having the chance to                         spectator tickets now, before they are sold out!
privately-held pasture lands to live out their      own the horse. This is absolutely something
normal lives. However, some horses aged 11          not to be missed.”
or older or that have been passed over for              Competition begins at 8 a.m. Saturday,
adoption three times can be sold, according to      September 22 at Will Rogers Center Watt
a law passed by Congress in 2004. Since that        Arena with in hand or ground work, fol-
time, the BLM has worked with livestock             lowed by the Horse Course at 1 p.m. The top
owners and ranchers to encourage the pur-           10 trainers and their horses will return at 7
chase of this population of horses.                 p.m. for freestyle finals, which will allow
    For many mustang adopters, having the           trainers to show their mustang to the best of
opportunity to own a horse with a storied           their ability (without obstacles) incorporating               888-287-7432 • www.clintonanderson.net
past and an unconventional upbringing               all gaits, stops, turns, backing and any other
brings a unique element to their relationship       special talents their mustang might have. ■
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                                                   Fall is the best time to test hay quality
                                              Fall is the most important time of year     purchase hay from that supplier.
                                          when it comes to ensuring the quality of hay        Have your hay tested for its value of
                                          you are feeding your horses. As the weather     nutrition because it is hard to tell the quality
                                          begins to change, proper nutrition is essential even if it looks and smells acceptable.
                                          to keeping weight on your animals. A horse’s Agricultural dealers such as Southern States
                                          performance and health are highly affected      can take hay samples for you and send them
                                          by the nutrients in their hay.                  to a lab to be tested for the protein and fiber
                                              Animals need to generate enough heat to     content. This type of testing usually takes
                                          maintain a normal body temperature when it      about a week for results and costs no more
                                          is cold outside. Feeding quality forage, such   than $20. If you purchase your hay, look for a
                                          as hay, enables their bodies to generate more   supplier who will provide a lab analysis to
                                          heat. The most common types of hay used for confirm the quality of the hay you plan to
                                          horses are alfalfa, timothy,     ––––––––––––––––––––––––– buy.
                                          and orchardgrass. All of           Animals need to generate          Once you learn the quality
                                          these varieties are of high                                      of your hay, an equine nutri-
                                          quality and nutrition to hors-      enough heat to maintain      tionist or any Southern States
                                          es.                                                              professional can help develop
                                              Most farmers purchase a       a normal body temperature      a feeding program to include
                                          large quantity of hay in the                                     quality feed and supplements
                                          fall in hopes of making it last      when it is cold outside.    to substitute any missing
                                          throughout the winter.                                           nutrients in the hay.
                                          Animals need time to adapt        Feeding quality forage, such       In addition to high quality
                                          to changes in diet, and con-                                     hay, your animals need an
                                          sistency is the best way to       as hay, enables their bodies   adequate amount of warm
                                          avoid complications.                                             drinking water. When horses
                                                                               to generate more heat.
                                          Purchasing a large amount at ––––––––––––––––––––––––– drink cold water in the win-
                                          one time is an excellent way                                     ter, their bodies exert energy
                                          to avoid varying the type and quality of hay    to get the temperature in their tissues
                                          your animals will be feeding on.                warmed up again, causing them to drink less.
                                              One way to grade the quality of hay is      Insulated buckets or automatic fountains are
                                          based on the maturity of the plant. The         great ways to promote the consumption of
                                          younger a plant is when it’s harvested, the     water.
                                          higher quality it will be. Also ask questions       For more information about testing the
                                          about whether it is a first or second cutting.  quality of your hay, or to purchase any of the
                                          Second cuttings generally contain more pro-     products mentioned in this article, visit your
                                          tein. You also want sweet smelling hay. A       local Southern States dealer or visit us on the
                                          moldy scent is a fair warning you should not    web at www.southernstates.com.                   ■




                                             Friesian Stallion

                                             FOR
                                             SALE
                                             Registered FHANA
                                             reg # 528004200502389




                                             Sire– Approved stallion Doaitsen 420 standing in the Netherlands.

                                             This beautiful Friesian stallion currently stands 16.2H & turned 2 years old
                                             4/27/05. He is built more along a sport style body as opposed to the baroque
                                             style. He was imported from the Netherlands in October 2005 after winning
                                             a 1st Premium at his foal keuring.
                                                                                                                      For More
                                             He has excellent movement, literally dancing when he trots.            Information
                                             He is good with farrier, bathes, ties, loads, lunges and                  Contact
                                             is going well under saddle.                                           Melissa Bailey
                                             Price is $18,500                                                        Acting Agent
                                                                                                                  540-303-0569
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                                                                                 SAFETY FIRST
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                                                                 Building your own trail course
               By Mary Hamilton                     walking on uneven ground.                       obstacle course to items your horse       website www.riderselite.com. Our interactive
 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––               If you are the handyman                     needs work on. Include a variety of       training cd-rom Sensory Training Simplified
                          Building your own         type, you can build your                        obstacles. Set up some obstacles on the   “A guide to despook your horse” is now
                      trail obstacle course does-   own obstacles. A portable                       ground, some incorporating move-          available as your personal training resource.
                      n’t have to be complicat-     carwash can be constructed                      ment, bright colors or sound.
                      ed or expensive.              by attaching tape streamers                        Want more information? For more            Mary Hamilton is a mounted police instructor
                      Moreover, it’s something      to a PVC (plastic) frame.                       information on how to build your own      who has worked in law enforcement for over 20
                      you can do right in your          A bridge obstacle can be                    obstacle training course and tech-        years. She is a certified riding instructor through
                      own back yard. Exposing       made from a sturdy sheet of                     niques to overcome obstacles visit our    the American Riding Instructors Association.
                      your horse to new items       plywood placed on a tire                                                                      To learn more about the training visit www
                      in a controlled area          base. Build a ramp and stairs                                                             .riderselite.com. You can view a segment of the
                      builds confidence and         by constructing it in three pieces                                                        new DVD, “Conquering Trail Riding Obstacles,
improves your trail horse. Plus, it’s a lot of      then securely attaching them togeth-                                                      Helping You and Your Horse Ride Trails Safely”.
fun. This article summarizes the basics of          er.                                                                                       For information about the CD or setting up a
building your own obstacle-training course.             Use your imagination when                                                             clinic with Mary, visit her website, call 763-498-
     Select a training location – When select-      designing your course. Tailor your                                                        6565 or email Info@riderselite.com.                 ■
ing a location for your obstacle training
course, choose one with a barrier. A fence or
arena wall provides a physical barrier and a
stop zone for safety. Select a training site with
low traffic. A quiet area is less distracting and
can improve your ability to focus. Choose an
area with good footing. Look for a location
that provides a level grade and good traction.
Stay away from slippery or hard surfaces.
    Designate a safe zone – When construct-
ing your obstacle course, leave a space where
there are no obstacles. We call this, “The Safe
       .
Zone” It’s a place to go and regroup when
you are having difficulty. You and your horse
can take a deep breath and relax before you
try again.
    Selecting obstacles – When selecting
                           obstacles for your
                           training course,
                           choose safe and
                           durable items. Your
                           horse should be able
                           to safely step on the
                           item without break-
ing it or injuring himself. Minimize the risk of
injury by closely inspecting your obstacles.
Look for sharp edges that could cut your
horse. Remove any strings or ropes that could
entangle your horse. We like items that are
lightweight and easily moved. This makes
setting up and dismantling your course easy.
Obstacles that you can stack, fold or roll up
are convenient to store.
    Constructing obstacles – A simple way to
make an obstacle course is to use items you
already have on hand. A tarp on the ground
is a good obstacle to begin with. Use ground
poles to hold the tarp in place. Ground poles
also provide a pathway or guide to walk
through. You
can make this
obstacle more
challenging
by placing
empty plastic


                                bottles or
                                brightly col-
                                ored foam
                                water noodles
                                on it.
                                     Tires with-
                                out rims sepa-
rated by
ground poles
are another
easy obstacle
to construct.
This obstacle
simulates
your horse
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    Starlight
                                                                                  –Carter Bass (R)




                            –Charlotte Trentelman (S)
                                                                                For the 2008 breeding season, Dream Street Stallions is pleased to offer, Starlight. This
                                                                                magnificent black stallion offers a unique combination of three highly sought after European
                                                                                bloodlines, Sandro Hit, Corduer, and Argentinus.
                                                                                    His sire, Sandro Hit, first received International acclaim when he won the Young Horse
                                                                                                                   World Championships in 1999. Since then, Sandro Hit’s
                                                                                                                   offspring have taken center stage winning World Championship
                                                                                                                   Titles themselves. Starlight in his own right is destined for
                                                                                                                   greatness. Starlight completed his 30 day test in Germany with
                                                                                                                   more than respectable scores and he demonstrates three
                                                                                                                   beautifully expressive gaits, with a canter that is nothing less than
                                                                                                                   exceptional.
                                                                                                                       At seven years of age Starlight willingly performs all the
                                                                                                                   Grand Prix movements and is currently competing successfully
                                                                                                                   at Prix St. Georges. Starlight has been undefeated on the line at
                                                                                                                   breed shows, always earning the title of “Grand Champion” with
                                                                                                                   no score under 85%. His temperament is generous and kind.
                                                                                                                   Olympic Medalist Lisa Wilcox, who is renowned for her ability
                                                                                                                   to bring out the best in the stallions she trains and competes, had
                                                                                                                   this to say about this promising young stallion, “Starlight has
                                                                                                                   three beautiful gaits. His excellent pedigree makes him a very
                                                                                                                   interesting breeding stallion for a variety of mare types. His
                                                                                                                   outstanding uphill exterior and jet-black color lend for a
                                                                                                                   breathtaking picture in the arena. I compare his personality to
    $1,800 Fresh (LFG)                                                          that of Royal Diamond. I hold great hope for this stallion.”
    $1,000 Frozen (LFG)                                                              Starlight’s first foal crop in Europe received rave reviews. His first foals in the USA will
                                                                                arrive spring of 2008. Starlight is EVA negative, and boasts a 100% conception rate via frozen
    Exceptional mares, small breeders,                                          semen.
    multiple mares, and repeat                                                  Starlight- 17.1 hands, black, born February 27th, 2000. Starlight is
    breeders will receive special                                               approved for breeding by the German Oldenburg Verband.
    consideration.



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                                                                                                                          Lullaby
                                                                                                                                                                            –Brenda Minor (S)




                                                                                                                                                                                          –Betsey Berry (S)

       For the 2008 breeding season, Dream Street Stallions is pleased to offer, the Elite stallion Lullaby. This
       striking bright chestnut stallion brings together the best of the top Hanoverian bloodlines available in
       Londonderry and Donnerhall.
            Londonderry (Lauries Crusader xx/ Warkant) won his stallion licensing and has quickly become
       one of the most fashionable dressage producers of all time and stamps his get with outstanding active
       hind-legs and strong uphill exteriors. Lullaby is from Londonderry’s first foal crop and was his first
       son approved for breeding. Lullaby’s dam Dunera is line bred on the legendary Donnerhall through
       her sire Duntroon (Donnerhall/Pik Bube) who was owned and competed by Australian Olympian
       Kristy Oatley-Nist.
            In 2006 Lullaby distinguished himself by earning a placement on the short list for the World
       Young Horse Championships under Olympian Lisa Wilcox. He placed 7th at the Young Horse
       National Championships in Lexington, Kentucky in Septembor of that year with owner/rider Rick
       Silvia. Lullaby received a Horse of The Year title for FEI six-year-olds.
            In 2007, two days after Lullaby turned seven, he placed in the open Prix St. Georges at the Gold
       Coast Opener CDI in Wellington, Florida. Lullaby has qualified to compete in the National Develop-
       ing Horse Championships in Lexington, Kentucky.
            Olympian, Lisa Wilcox had this to say about the dynamic young stallion, “Lullaby has an excep-
       tional character! He learns very quickly and is a pleasure to ride and train. His lovely exterior and
       beautiful expression make him quite eye-catching at dressage shows.”

       Lullaby- 16.3 hands, Chestnut, born Feb. 14th, 2000. Valentine’s Day.
       Lullaby completed his 300 day German Hanoverian State Test at Adelheidsdorf, Germany. Placing
       5th for dressage with a score of over 119.00! He is approved for breeding by the German Hanoverian
       Verband, German Oldenburg Verband, and is an Elite stallion with the American Hanoverian Society.                                                                                 $1,800 Fresh (LFG)
                                                                                                                                                                                        $1,000 Frozen (LFG)

                                                                                                                                                                   Only 50 mares will be booked for
                                                                                                                                                                fresh semen in 2008 due to Lullaby’s
                                                                                                                                                                      rigorous competition schedule.
                                                                                                                                                                 Special consideration for Weltmeyer
                                                                                                                                                                mares, Special mares, small breeders,
                                                                                                                                                                                 and multiple mares.
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                                                                              Hoof abscesses and balance
                                                               ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––         quite dramatic. Often he will not bear weight
                                                                            By Ralph Casey, CMF
                                                               ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––         on the affected limb. Usually the hoof will be
                                                                  We often get calls in the summertime at       warm to the touch with a rapid pulse. A certi-
                                                              the Farriers’ National Research Center and        fied farrier can diagnose the abscess by par-
                                                              School from horse owners who think their          ing out the hoof and using a pair of hoof
                                                              horse has broken its leg. The horse owner         testers. Often the farrier will bore out the
                                                              sees his horse in the pasture, unable to bear     abscess to relieve the pressure. Treatment
                                                              weight on a limb, which instills panic.           may include warm water and Epsom salt
                                                                  We receive many calls on about abscesses      soaks making sure to soak up to the coronet
                                                              this time of year. Horse owners have more         band, and ichthamol packed and wrapped on
                                                              time and better weather to be out enjoying        the sole and on the outside of the hoof wall
                                                              their equine companions.                          including the coronet band to draw the
                                                                  The nice summer weather also brings           abscess out. The abscess is just as likely to
                                                              ideal conditions for abscesses to form. If the    “blow-out” at the coronet band as it will
                                                              hoof becomes too dry it will crack, allowing      through the sole. The abscess pus will have a
                                                              bacteria to travel up into the hoof wall and      hideous odor; once you have experienced this
                                                              sole. Too much moisture can cause the same        odor you will recognize it from any other
                                                              thing if your horse stands around in muddy,       hoof-related ailment. A word of caution, do
                                                              damp areas. With summer humidity, the             not get the pus on you or your clothing, it is
                                                              morning dew is enough to cause a horse’s          very hard to wash this pungent odor off.
                                                              hoof to become too soft and sponge-like. This         Once the abscess has been drained you
                                                              condition is prime for dirt, bacteria and fungi   should see immediate relief. At this time you
                                                              to be worked through the sole and hoof            must continue soaking the hoof with Epson
                                                              walls. Once worked in, there is no way out.       salt for several days. This will keep the
                                                              Most of the time it will occur in the front       wound flushed out and draining which will
                                                              hooves.                                           help prevent further infection. Your horse
                                                                  The grime becomes locked in and begins        may remain sore and out of commission for
                                                              to fester. The fester begins brewing, creating    several weeks. Often the area around the
                                                              pus and heat from the rotting flesh locked        abscess is tender and it takes time to toughen
                                                              within, causing great pressure against the        up and heal.
                                                              hoof wall. This is similar to your bruised fin-       To prevent this from happening, see your
                                                              ger or toenail. Anyone having experience          farrier regularly. He or she is the caretaker of
                                                              with this can testify as to how unpleasant this   the lower limb.
                                                              is.                                                   To keep the hoof from becoming too dry
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Team USA wins eventing and dressage gold at Pan Am Games
    The U.S. dressage team took the team gold        at Deodoro Stadium outside Rio de Janeiro.
at the Pan Am Games held in Rio de Janeiro,          Fittingly, it was the host country’s most pop-
Brazil. The team included Lauren Sammis,             ular equestrian athlete, Rodrigo Pessoa, that
Katherine Poulin-Neff, and Christopher               was the last to go in the two-round series of
Hickey, with an average score of 68.633 per-         Nations Cup jumping that sealed the deal for
cent. Canada took silver and Brazil took             a team gold medal. Team Canada earned the
bronze. The individual gold went to Hilltop          silver medal, and the U.S. contingent was
Farm’s head trainer Christopher Hickey rid-          awarded with a bronze. The four members of
ing Regent (Flemmingh x Falco), a nine-year-         the U.S. team tried to fight off the chal-
old Dutch gelding; Lauren Sammis of New              lengers, including a run at a medal by the
Jersey took individual silver on Sagacious           team from Mexico.
HF. The bronze went to Yvonne Losos de                   The Brazilian team finished their medal
Muniz riding Bernstein las Marismas of the           win on a combined computed score of 9.67,
Dominican Republic.                                  ahead of Canada’s 14.72 and the 27.20 posted
    The U.S. held the top four places in event-      by the United States team comprised of
ing and swept the medals, with Karen                 North Palm Beach, Florida, resident Cara
O’Connor making pony lovers world-wide               Raether aboard Ublesco (a 10-year-old
ecstatic with her gold medal ride on the 14.1-       Belgian Warmblood stallion owned by
hand Theodore O’Connor, a Thoroughbred               Trelawny Farm); Wellington, Florida., resi-
/Arabian/Shetland cross. The entire team of          dent Lauren Hough aboard Casadora (an 11-
O’Connor, Stephen Bradley riding From,               year-old Dutch Warmblood mare owned by
Gina Miles and McKenlaigh, and Phillip               Laura and Meredith Mateo); Neshanic
Dutton on Tru Luck were strong, and fin-             Station, New Jersey, resident Laura Chapot
ished with 162.8. Silver medalist Canada             aboard Little Big Man (her 13-year-old
came in with 211.1 and the bronze went to            KWPN Dutch warmblood gelding); and
Brazil with 235.6.                                   Loxahatchee, Florida, resident Todd Minikus
    The U.S. team fought for a hard-earned           aboard Pavarotti (his 10-year-old KWPN
bronze team show jumping medal. It was a             Dutch warmblood gelding).
battle between the host country, Brazil, and             For more information visit www.usevent
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Saddlebred organization announces championship supplements
    The American Saddlebred Registry’s               Three-Gaited Park Open Championship.
Grand National program has announced                     These championship prize supplements
$24,000 in new Championship Stakes for               are in addition to the other, different classes
2007, to be held only at regional champi-            that have already been announced for these
onship events that have been supporters of           competitions as part of the regular Grand
the Grand National in previous years. This           National prize program. Details on the Grand
announcement is the initial step in a future         National are available at www.saddlebred
integration of the Grand National with the           .com/Prize-Grand-National. Grand National-
new regional championship series begun by            eligible horses are denoted with a special
the American Saddlebred Horse Association.           symbol on their Certificates of Registration.
    Grand National Championship supple-                  According to Registrar Alan F. Balch,
ments of $3,000 each will be added to stakes         Executive Secretary of the American
purses already on offer in selected 2007 com-        Saddlebred Horse Association, the purse sup-
petitions. Only Grand National-eligible hors-        plements are just the beginning of a sweeping
es qualify to win the purse supplements for          reform and revitalization of the Grand
their current owners, recorders and nomina-          National prize program. “At our convention
tors of the sire of the Grand National horse.        earlier this year, the Grand National
Grand National prize supplements are                 Committee asked the staff to consult with
awarded to the top finishing three horses in         Marcia Carothers, who has been with the
each class that are Grand National-eligible;         Grand National since its inception, to brain-
therefore, horses other than those winning           storm with various constituencies ways and
the top three prizes in the class itself may still   means to improve the program. A number of
win substantial prize money.                         suggestions were brought back to the com-
    As a forerunner of pending changes in            mittee and the registry board of directors,
Grand National purse payouts, the $3,000             which then were developed and improved.”
supplements will be paid equally to the                  For a lifetime recording in the Grand
owner, recorder and stallion nominator for           National, at present, any horse by a Grand
each place: first is $1,500, with $500 to each;      National Stallion can be recorded for life at
second is $1,050, with $350 to each; and third       the following fees: $1,500 for a four-year-old
is $450, with $150 to each.                          or older horse; $1,000 for a three-year-old;
     This year, at the Arizona Futurity, $3,000      and $750 for a two-year-old. Stallions can cur-
is added to the Three-Gaited Show Pleasure           rently be nominated for their lifetimes at
Championship; at the California Futurity, to         $2,500 for a horse by a Grand National sire
the Fine Harness Open Championship; at the           and $3,000 for a stallion not by a Grand
Northwest Saddlebred Association Futurity,           National sire.
to the Three-Gaited Country Pleasure                     The registry will take all reasonable steps
Championship; at the Wisconsin Futurity, to          to assist competition managements of this
the Five-Gaited Open Championship; at the            year’s regional championship events to make
St. Louis National, to the Three-Gaited Open         sure all potential exhibitors at their competi-
Championship and to the Five-Gaited Show             tions are notified of the purse supplements.
Pleasure Championship; at the North                      Questions about the Grand National
Carolina State Fair, to the Western Country          should be directed to Patricia Edwards,
Pleasure Championship; and at the                    Senior Registry Associate/Program Manager,
Southeastern Charity Horse Show, to the              atp.edwards@asha.net.                           ■
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                                                                                        A reflection of stop and go
 _______________________________________                               Conflicts which happen at the back half of the                 horse may show.                                        the whole horse. The foot that the left rein
            By Ryan Gingerich                                          horse, like kicking out with the hind legs                         To begin to teach the stop and go cues you         controls is the left front foot. It does not con-
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                                                                       have more to do with the go response.                          will need a few convenient tools from your             trol the hips and it does not control the barrel
                            Good horsemanship                              Unfortunately, the horse has a high genet-                 tack room: a dressage whip, a strong proper            or the right foot. The left rein at first tells the
                       begins with complete                            ic tendency to show conflict behavior. This is                 fitting bridle with a D-ring or full check snaf-       left foot to slow and turn left. The hips and
                       understanding of how                            due to the horse’s natural instinct to try vari-               fle bit and continuous rope reins. I would             the barrel and the right front leg are merely
                       the horse’s mind works.                         ous responses to different stimuli. If the cor-                also recommend that you fit your horse with            along for the ride.
                       Most human-horse con-                           rect responses to these stimuli aren’t found                   the proper protective gear, such as sport med-             Make your focus be the left front foot. Tell
                       flict finds its roots firmly                    quickly the horse will begin to try through its                icine boots or splint boots.                           that foot it has to do three important things
                       within the confines of                          hyper-reactive responses. A horse shows its                        Start teaching the “Go” cue first. To do           for you. It has to become light, it has to be
poor communication. Good communication                                 hyper-reactive responses as a high head car-                   this stand facing the horse’s left shoulder.           rhythmic in its stride, and it has to stay on
between human and horse begins with the                                riage, tension or stiffness, a hollow back, and                Place your reins over the horse neck as if you         the line you dictate. Each of these qualities
complete consolidation of the stop and go                              short quick strides. When these mild flight                    were going to ride the horse. Grasp the reins          will come one after the other. They don’t
cues. These are the horse’s most basic                                 responses do not alleviate the conflict, the                   six to eight inches below the bit with your left       come all at once and they don’t come mixed
responses, yet they have the most to do with                           horse will quickly escalate these hyper-reac-                  hand.                                                  up. To get line you have to have rhythm and
how he responds to the pressures of training.                          tive responses into any one of the other                           Your right hand should be holding the              to have rhythm you have to have lightness.
All conflict behavior can be traced to the lack                        behaviors.                                                     dressage whip. Raise your left hand upward                 Again your horse is walking around you
of responsiveness to your stop and go cues.                                When you have firmly consolidated the                      an inch or two. This will signal the horse to          in a small circle; apply backward pressure on
    Conflict behavior occurs when the horse is                         stop and go cues from the ground and under-                    get ready to go. I call this your pre-cue. Next        the left rein toward the horse’s front left
torn between correct and incorrect responses.                          saddle you can quickly delete these behaviors                  take your whip hand and begin to lightly tap           shoulder. By doing this you are asking the left
Unlike humans the horse is unable to ration-                           from the horse’s repertoire. The stop and go                   the horse on the top half of the hip. It is            front foot to slow and turn towards you. You
alize the difference between a correct and                             cues need to be taught using the pressures of                  important that you do not tap too low as the           want the foot to respond to your cue immedi-
incorrect response. When two cues are exert-                           the bit. It is not sound horsemanship to                       horse could strike out with his hind legs in           ately. When the foot begins to slow, release
ed at the same time or if the horse has not                            attempt to teach these cues without the clear                  confusion to your request.                             the pressure on the rein, then repeat the pres-
fully learned the proper cue response                                  pressure signals provided by the bit. If you                       Continue tapping the horse until the horse         sure release sequence until the horse is
sequence he will quickly turn to his instinct                          attempt to teach the cues using simple                         moves forward and around you in a small                stopped and is facing you.
of flight, causing conflict behaviors to arise                         changes in body posture or attitude your sig-                  circle. Remember to stop tapping the hip with              I am not worried about the horse’s hips
among the lines of communication.                                      nals can be blurred or even ignored once the                   the dressage whip once the horse takes its             right now. That will come in due time. Only
    Conflict behaviors such as biting, bolting,                        pressures of training exceed the ability of                    first step forward. Once the horse has cov-            focus on the horses left front foot. Get only
bucking, head shyness, rearing, girth shyness,                         these signals to control the horse.                            ered half the circle around you, apply pres-           that foot to stop and face you.
kicking, jigging, tail swishing, teeth grinding,                           Your safety and your horse’s safety should                 sure to the rein by moving your hand back-                 C.J. Hull found the number of times that a
weaving, spooking, buddy sour, barn sour,                              always remain high on your list of priorities.                 wards toward the point of the horse’s shoul-           behavior was expressed or repeated influ-
pulling back, won’t go and won’t stop, are all                         The stop and go cues, once completely con-                     der.                                                   enced its persistence and likelihood to result
by-products of a bad stop and/or go cue.                               solidated will provide you a high level of                         When training it is important to be com-           again from the same stimulus. He also found
    Conflicts which happen in front of the                             reassurance that no matter what lies around                    pletely specific with your cues. Remember              that you should repeat the same pressure-
girth, such as biting, pawing, and rearing, tell                       the next bend you will be able to quickly                      exclusivity (one cue for one response.) The
you that you need to revisit your stop cue.                            delete any unwanted behaviors that your                        rein in your hand controls only one foot, not            STOP AND GO, CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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response-release sequence in sets of five to                                    mount to your safety on the trail or on the                        look for five qualities from the horse. First                    have room for improvement and it won’t take
seven times, followed by a short break. This                                    rail. It allows you to immediately delete any                      look for the horse to just give you a basic                      long before your horse is showing you a
works well with horses because the horse’s                                      conflict behavior by a downward transition                         attempt (he trials through his responses), sec-                  marked improvement in his responses.
brain contains little connective tissue between                                 from one gait to the next or to completely halt                    ond look for the horse to begin to become                           Be safe, train smart, and get active.
the two lobes. This is why you must train                                       forward motion.                                                    lighter with the cue, look for his feet to come
both sides of the horse evenly. Giving the                                          At this point your horse should be fairly                      up and off the ground as he backs, they                              Ryan Gingerich is a John Lyons Certified
horse a short break on the left side enables us                                 light with his go cues and subsequently his                        shouldn’t drag along. Third, begin to ask the                    Trainer, though his methods are uniquely his own.
to then repeat the same lesson on the right.                                    stop cue. To get the horse to further consoli-                     horse to have rhythm in his feet. Can you                        Throughout his ten years as a professional trainer
    The same principles apply to the right as                                   date his stop cue and to become lighter, you                       speed up and slow down the speed of the                          and clinician, he has worked one on one with sev-
to the left. Once the horse is going from a                                     will need to develop his responsiveness to the                     legs by lengthening the stride of the horse?                     eral of the top clinicians in the country.
light cue signal and is stopping with light-                                    backing cue. Backing helps the horse to learn                      Fourth, is the horse backing straight? Are all                       He says, “You can learn something from
ness, rhythm and line, I will begin to teach                                    to engage his hindquarters, by lowering his                        four legs pushing backwards with even pres-                      everyone. No one has the perfect training process
the stop and backup cues.                                                       head, raising his back and pulling under his                       sure?                                                            for every horse. The more you know about the dif-
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                                                                                                      Ground tying
                                                                –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– back to where he was before and try again. If
                                                                                 by Ken McNabb
                                                                –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– he tries to move more than once or twice, just
                                                                                           Would you like to     put him back to work longeing for a while
                                                                                        be able to drop the lead and then offer him another chance to stand.
                                                                                        rope, walk away, and     Once your horse stands for you once and you
                                                                                        have your horse stand    reward him, put him back to work around
                                                                                        where you put him?       you again. This is not a punishment, but
                                                                                        This month, we will      rather a way to further reinforce the desire to
                          1124 Lyndon Ave • Griffin, GA                                 cover how to teach an    stand that you are creating in your horse.
                                                                                        exercise called ground       Repeat this exercise, asking your horse to
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                                                                                        tying. This exercise     stand for longer and longer periods of time,
               •   Machine Sheds                               builds on the ground work, especially longe-      and moving farther and farther away from
               •   Storage Buildings                           ing and leading exercises. For this exercise all him. Always try to anticipate when he is
               •   Shops                                       you need is a halter and lead rope. Practice in going to move off, and go back to him and
               •   Pole Barns                                  an enclosed arena or pen where you can            reward him before he does. You want to set
               •   Horsebarn
                                                               catch your horse easily until he knows the        this up so your horse can win again and
                   Specialists
                                                               exercise well.                                                          again. With that in mind,
                                                                   Have you ever noticed       ––––––––––––––––––––– start in an area with as little
                                                               how well a ranch horse will        Begin by longeing                    distraction as possible, and
                                                               stand after a hard day of                                               gradually move to areas
                                                               work? How about the             your horse in a circle                  with more and more dis-
                                                               Amish horses, who plow all                                              tractions. If you are in an
                                                               day? In these situations, the      around you at the                    arena with other horses on
                                                               horse has been worked                                                   one side of it, ask your
                                                               until he is tired and is        trot. By asking him to                  horse to stop and stand fac-
                                                               thankful for the chance to
                                                               rest. But most of us don’t
                                                                                                 m ove his feet you                    ing away from them at
                                                                                                                                       first. You don’t want to set
                                                               ride fifty miles, or plow
                                                               twenty acres with our horse
                                                                                                 will begin to create                  him up for failure by mak-
                                                                                                                                       ing it too tempting to walk
                                                               in a day. We don’t have the
                                                               time to make them tired
                                                                                                 the desire to stand                   towards the other horses.
                                                                                                                                       As he understands the
                                                               enough to stand. Instead,
                                                               we need to create the desire
                                                                                                 still. Change direc-                  exercise better, you can add
                                                                                                                                       more challenges.
                                                               to stand in their head.          tions frequently and                       When my horse is
                                                                   Begin this exercise by                                              ground tying, I allow him
                                                               longeing your horse in a          try to engage your                    to put his head down to
                                                               circle around you at the                                                smell the ground or even
                                                               trot. By asking him to move      horse’s mind and get                   graze, as long as his feet
                                                               his feet you will begin to                                              don’t move. One situation
                                                               create the desire to stand       him focused on you.                    where I will let my horse
                                                               still. Change directions fre- ––––––––––––––––––––– move his feet is if he has
                                                               quently, and try to engage                                              stopped crooked. Then he
                                                               your horse’s mind and get him focused on          is allowed to move enough to square up so
                                                               you. After you have worked your horse for a       he can stand easily and comfortably, but no
                                                               while, offer him the chance to stand. Pet him,    more than that.
                                                               and let him know that he is doing the right           Once your horse seems to understand this
                                                               thing. Before he gets bored with standing,        exercise, you will need to give him the
                                                               send him off to work again. It is very impor-     opportunity to make mistakes. As you go far-
                                                               tant that you anticipate him getting restless     ther and farther away, and leave for longer
                                                               and make the decision to have him move            periods of time, your horse may move. If this
                                                               before he makes it himself. Send him off          happens, just go back to him and return to
                                                               while he is still focused on wanting to stand.    the longeing exercise, then ask him to ground
                                                               Repeat this exercise a few times, letting your    tie again.
                                                               horse stand for a little longer each time. Keep       This is a fun exercise to teach and it is
                                                               in mind that your goal here is not to make        very useful on the trail when you stop for
                                                               your horse sweat and tire him out. Your goal      lunch, or even when you just need to open a
                                                               is to improve on the ground work exercises        gate. It can be used when you are grooming
                                                               that you have already taught, and engage          and saddling if you don’t have a place to tie
                                                               your horse’s mind.                                your horse. It is also a great way to impress
                                                                   Now, you are ready to move on to the          your friends.
                                                               next step. First, pick a verbal cue that you          Enjoy your horse and until next time, may
                                                               will use every time you want your horse to        God bless the trails you ride.
                                                               stand without moving. Many people like to
                                                               use “stand”. I frequently use “stay”. The             – Like most kids who grow up on ranches, Ken
                                                               important thing is that you pick something           was working cattle and training his own horses
                                                               that works for you, and use it every time.           while still in grade school. In 1993, Ken became
                                                               Now, drop the lead rope on the ground, tell              one of the first certified John Lyons trainers.
                                                               your horse to “stay”, and back one or two          Using these gentle methods, Ken began producing
                                                               steps away from him. If he stands, wait for 15     better saddle horses, then began teaching his tech-
                                                               to 30 seconds. Then go back and pet him,             niques in 1996. He offers an environment where
                                                               reward him, and let him know that he did             the horse is trained using the best methods, and
                                                               exactly what you wanted. You don’t want to         the rider is coached to bring his personal best into
                                                               stay away for so long that he decides to move          the arena. For more information call 307-645-
                                                               on his own.                                                        3149 or visit www.kenmcnabb.com.
                                                                   If he tries to follow you or move when                                                            ■
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    As horsemen continue to look for ways to       out the shoeing cycle, it decreases the entry
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                                                                                      Jealous little girl
                                                     am bonded to and have worked with for many            Think about what would happen in the natu-      place to groom your older horse. With one
           By Julie Goodnight
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––             years. While I was grooming him, the mare put         ral herd setting if a subordinate horse bit a   horse tied and the other loose in the same
                                                     her head on his back and placed her nose on his       dominant one. The dominant horse immedi-        area, you’re inviting trouble. There’s no ques-
                 Dear Julie,                         hoof. I continuously backed her off and returned to   ately restates his or her position by biting,   tion that this is dangerous – I once saw a per-
                     I have a two-year-old mare      grooming. Then she nipped at my arm. To my sur-       kicking and even running the subordinate        son get killed in a similar situation. I’m
                 that’s an eager learner and         prise, I hit her and said “no.” I'm embarrassed to    horse away. Your reaction matches what          guessing that the older gelding is dominant
                 wants to spend time with me.        admit what came automatically. How do I teach         would have happened naturally – and shows       over the mare. When he’s tied and can’t react
                 She readily approaches me and       her to not to interfere when I work on another        your reflexes are working. When a horse bites   like he usually would, the young mare may
                 wants to be in on the action        horse and how to I teach her not to bite to get my    or nips she is challenging your dominance       find it tempting to challenge him. Tie them
                 when I work with other horses.      attention?                                            and he needs to be immediately and firmly       both up or move the horse you’re working
                 It’s been snowy and icy here so I                         Sick of Envy                    corrected. You’re keeping yourself safe by      with to a separate area where you can’t be
have not had the opportunity to do the ground-       Dear Sick of Envy,                                    teaching your horse you’re in charge and        bothered. If you tie your mare, she’ll learn to
work I usually do with her. So today I spent time        First of all, give yourself a break for your      won’t put up with aggressive moves.             stand patiently at the same time you are
brushing and cleaning her up and I took her for a    reaction to your mare’s nip. You followed                 While we’re talking about safety, I think   working on the other horse.
walk. When I brought her back, I let her loose       your instincts and acted much like a domi-            the scene you described may not be the safest       Now let’s talk more about horses and jeal-
while I was grooming another horse – a gelding I     nant horse would in the same situation.               way to teach your young horse or the safest     ousy. Horses are emotional animals with feel-
                                                                                                                                                           ings more simplistic, but similar to humans’.
                                                                                                                                                           Horses can certainly be jealous. Some of the
                                                                                                                                                           behaviors you describe indicate that this
                                                                                                                                                           horse is jealous of the attention you pay to
                                                                                                                                                           your older horse. Horses can become very
                                                                                                                                                           possessive over another horse and will some-
                                                                                                                                                           times go to great lengths to keep that horse
                                                                                                                                                           from interacting with other horses. You may
                                                                                                                                                           see a horse in the pasture or turnout herding
                                                                                                                                                           another horse to keep it away from the others
                                                                                                                                                           and he may even make threatening gestures
                                                                                                                                                           and aggressive actions towards the others to
                                                                                                                                                           keep them away from “his” horse. It is
                                                                                                                                                           always helpful to understand how horses
                                                                                                                                                           interact in the herd so you know the origins
                                                                                                                                                           of their behavior and how you fit into the
                                                                                                                                                           mix. You definitely don’t want your horse to
                                                                                                                                                           treat you like another horse and you don’t
                                                                                                                                                           want to be one of your horse's possessions.
                                                                                                                                                               Even though it is pleasing to us when our
                                                                                                                                                           horses want our attention and interaction,
                                                                                                                                                           you must be very careful not to give the
                                                                                                                                                           impression to this filly that she can control
                                                                                                                                                           your actions and gain your attention any time
                                                                                                                                                           she wants. Be very clear about not letting her
                                                                                                                                                           invade your space and do not let her prompt
                                                                                                                                                           you into giving her attention and learn that
                                                                                                                                                           she can control your actions.
                                                                                                                                                               To start your anti-jealousy training, make
                                                                                                                                                           sure you only give your mare attention when
                                                                                                                                                           you choose. In other words, make sure not to
                                                                                                                                                           give attention when she’s seeking it, but only
                                                                                                                                                           when she’s calm and relaxed. This isn’t as
                                                                                                                                                           easy as it sounds. Horses will try to get your
                                                                                                                                                           negative attention if they can – by acting up
                                                                                                                                                           then causing you to come to them to provide
                                                                                                                                                           discipline. Even though it’s negative atten-
                                                                                                                                                           tion, the horse is still in control when she
                                                                                                                                                           nips, kicks, paws, chews, etc. in an attempt to
                                                                                                                                                           get a reaction from you. For example, if I
                                                                                                                                                           have a horse tied and I am doing something
                                                                                                                                                           with another horse, the first horse may paw
                                                                                                                                                           in impatience and frustration. If I go over to
                                                                                                                                                           her and reprimand her, she has successfully
                                                                                                                                                           won my attention – getting me to stop what
                                                                                                                                                           I’m doing and move into her space. She’s
                                                                                                                                                           controlling my actions. The best thing to do is
                                                                                                                                                           ignore her behavior; it will eventually go
                                                                                                                                                           away.
                                                                                                                                                               Your filly sounds very gregarious and that
                                                                                                                                                           is a great quality. Just don't let that turn into
                                                                                                                                                           her being pushy. Biting is the most dominant
                                                                                                                                                           behavior of horses and you need to "nip it in
                                                                                                                                                           the bud," so to speak.
                                                                                                                                                                         Until next time, Julie Goodnight
                                                                                                                                                                                www.juliegoodnight.com
                                                                                                                                                              For more information contact Julie
                                                                                                                                                           Goodnight Horsemanship Training,
                                                                                                                                                           Goodnight Training Stables, Inc., PO Box 397,
                                                                                                                                                           Poncha Springs, CO 81242; info@juliegood
                                                                                                                                                           night.com or call 719- 530-0531.            ■
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                                                                                                              WILLOW RUN ROAD                                                                                  Carefully cleared to preserve
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                                                                                      tained over the years. Easy access to                                                                                                                                                                      “polo alley”. 20
                                                                                      Aiken or I-20. $250,000                                                            3 bath home plus pool                                                                                                   minutes to
                                                                                      KATHY KENNEDY 803-640-5183                                                         and guest cottage on                                                                                                    downtown.
                                                                                      SHARON PARSONS 803-646-8560                                                        gorgeous downtown lot                                                                                                   Starting at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $125,000. More
                                                                                                                                                                         $699,000. ROBYN                                                                                                         10-15 acre lots
                                                                                                                        BROWN ROOF                                       REILLY 803-215-9966                                                                                                     available.
                                                                                                                        FARM TOTALLY ORGANIC                                                                                                                                                     SHARON
                                      MEADOW CREEK FARMS                                              FARM on 39 acres with well main-                                                                                                                                                           PARSONS
                                  4 lots left in Phase I. Buy now before                              tained log home, pool, greenhouse                                                                                    DROP DEAD GORGEOUS,                                                   803-646-8560
                                  paved roads are completed and save!                                 with power & water. Additional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Spectacular 7000+ sq ft. 7/8 bed-
                                  Deeded easement riding trails thru 900+                             homesite w/well and septic. 3-bay
                                                                           workshop easily converted to barn. Farm equipment nego-                                                                                         rooms, 2 master suites, pool on 2+
                                  acres. Future planned amenities include
                                  arenas, community barn, & driving cours- tiable. $293,250. THEA BROOKS 803-617-8161                                                                                                      acres. Adjacent to Aiken’s equestri-
                                  es. MARK THOMPSON 803-646-1372                                                                                                                                                           an paradise, The Hitchcock Woods
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and Palmetto Golf. $3,775,000.
                                                                                                                                CHANTICLEER                                                                                ROBYN REILLY 803-215-9966
     BUCKLEIGH ESTATES                                                                                                          RUN 125 acre tract located in
   Larger lots now available for horses at home!!                                                                               the heart of Hwy. 302 equestrian
   Or use the community full board facilities for
   totally carefree equestrian fun. Luxury gated
                                                                                                                                corridor. Towering oaks, historic
                                                                                                                                pecan orchard and whispering
                                                                                                                                                                                OLD DIBBLE ROAD                                                                          LONG VIEW FARM
                                                                                                                                pines shade the grassy pastures.       20 secluded acres in one of the most valued areas of                                        Elegant country estate of 188 acres
   community with heated salt water pool, tennis
   & fitness center coming soon. World class dressage, hunter/jumper, polo, trail riding and                                    Suitable for multiple polo fields,     Aiken’s horse country. 14 acres fenced and in estab-                                        w/5000sq ft home. 6 bedrooms, main
   race track ready now. Premier home sites from $75,000. Luxury homes w/guest cottages                                         3-day eventing venue or private        lished Bermuda grass, several private view home sites                                       floor master. 10 min. from New Bridge
   from $750,000. MARK OR PAM THOMPSON 803-644-5050. buckleigh@LFSIR.com                                                        estate. Convenient to I-20 and         sheltered by huge oaks and only a short jog to dres-                                        Polo. 2 huge barn buildings. $2,200,000.
                                                                                                                                historic Aiken. $16,000/acre.          sage arena, cross country course & top training facili-
                                                                                                                                SHARON PARSONS                                                                                                                     Additional 86 acres available. FRANK &
                                                                                                                                803-646-8560                           ties. MARK THOMPSON 803-646-1372                                                            DEBORAH PIRA 803-257-5332
        SOLD in AUGUST!!!                                                                      OVERBROOK                                              FOXCHASE ON HITCHCOCK WOODS                                                         CAROUSEL FARM
           Don’t miss investing in                                                                 HOUSE                                             Over 3000 sq ft. 2 masters, one up, one down, pool, 4 stall                       100 beautiful acres, 52 in produc-
                                                                                             Brick cottage, hardwood                                 stable and 2 paddocks                                                             ing hay fields, rest fenced grassy
        HOT HOT HOT Aiken market!                                                         floors, updated appliances,                                w/direct access to the                                                            paddocks w/water & shelters. 16
                                                                                        pond and barn on 18 fenced                                   woods! $650,000.                                                                  stall center aisle barn w/bath, tack,
                                                                                         and grassed acres. $399,000                                 ROBYN REILLY 803-215-                                                             feed & wash stalls. 2280 sq ft
   72 Chime Bell Church Rd $950,000 Lot 115 Steeplechase $60,000                                                                                                                                                                       home. Ready for you and your
                                                                                                  MARK THOMPSON                                      9966 SHARON
   6 Bungalow Village $257,000           Lot 126 Steeplechase $55,600                                                                                                                                                                  horses. $1,200,000 MARK
                                                                                                       803-646-1372                                  PARSONS 803-646-8560
   2355 Cullum Trail Rd $452,000         Lot 94 Steeplechase $58,000                                                                                                                                                                   THOMPSON 803-646-1372
   1040 Lands End $138,000               Lot 2 Fox Hollow $143,300
   309 Mosely Rd. $150,000               Lot 59 Meadow Creek Farms $48,900                                OUR SPECIALLY TRAINED AGENTS ANSWER YOUR CALL 24/7!
   1608 Chukker Creek Rd $642,000        Lot 7 Meadow Creek Farms $60,700                       800 852 2216 • 120 Laurens Street, NW, Historic Downtown Aiken • 803 648 2216
   Lot 4 Hidden Oaks $153,300
                20 acres – Patio homes – Steeplechase $300,000                                                          www.LFSIR.com                                                             •      aikeninfo@LFSIR.com
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                                                                                                           Catawba River from lot 19




                                                                                                                    Equestrian Center




                                       Table Rock Mountain from pasture

          Two miles of river frontage along the headwaters of the
           Catawba River • Spectacular views of the Blue Ridge
        Mountains • 35 total lots on 180 acres • 16-stall stable with
         outdoor and indoor rings • Private access • Minutes from
                                                                                                        Miles of riding and hiking trails
                 Interstate 40, Morganton and Lake James

                                                                                           Now Available
                                                                                         Tracts from $175,000 to $350,000

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 Kentucky Horse Council’s Equine safety net
     is temporary equine feed program
   The Kentucky Horse Council will assist       ed for proof of eligibility.
horses whose owners cannot provide ade-             “This program highlights the Kentucky
quate feed due to temporary financial set-      Horse Council’s concern for the health and
backs.                                          welfare of horses in the state. Often a horse-
   The Equine Safety Net program is             owner is caring for his horses, but may run
designed to provide a 30-day supply of feed     into an unpredictable financial circumstance       WOW 10
for horses when the owner is having tempo-      which forces him to make some very tough           ACRES
rary financial difficulties and is unable to    choices. This program provides for the ani-        FOR SALE                                                         SIMPLE HORSE FARM
supply adequate nutrition. The program is       mals while giving the owner some time to           IN ODESSA!                                                           IN ODESSA!
for individuals only, and is not intended for   decide what alternatives he has regarding the      Move right into this beautiful 2 story ranch                  This has all you need for you and your
professional equine businesses. The appli-      long-term care of the horses”, states Madelyn      style 4/2 3300+ sf home with 8 stall barn,                    horses... 3/2 pool home, 2+ garage, RV
cants can apply for feed for a maximum of       Millard, President of the Kentucky Horse           pool, spa, round pen, 2 pole barns, hot                       carport, 5 stall barn with Tack/Feed room,
two horses, and may receive assistance once     Council.                                           walker, pastures and more!                                    fenced pastures, 4.5+ acres, all usable, in
during a two-year period. Applicants must           In order to apply for the Equine SafetyNet     Motivated Sellers.                                            popular horse community.
also provide evidence that they have provid-    program, contact a Kentucky Horse Council          Can be divided, call for details                              Motivated Sellers. Priced to Sell!
ed responsible care for their horses in the     member to refer you, or call the office directly
recent past.                                    at 859-367-0509 and request SAFETY NET                       Cheryl Gonzalez                                                Cheryl Gonzalez
   To be considered for the assistance, the     assistance.                                                      813-962-1777                                                   813-962-1777
individual can be referred by a Kentucky            The Kentucky Horse Council is dedicated                 ERA The Polo Group, Inc.                                       ERA The Polo Group, Inc.
                                                                                                         12966 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL                             12966 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL
Horse Council member. If they do not know       to the protection, growth and development of
a Horse Council member, they may call the       the equine industry in Kentucky. For more            www.horserealtor.com                                          www.horserealtor.com
Kentucky Horse Council office directly,         information about the Kentucky Horse
where additional information will be request-   Council, visit www.kentuckyhorse.org

               EHV-1 cases reported in Oregon
    A second case of Equine Herpes Virus-1          EHV-1 is not a regulatory disease, and is
(EHV-1), a highly contagious respiratory        not reportable, but if a horse is suspected of                                                                                               20 Acre Horse Farm
                                                                                                                                                                                               Glade Spring, VA.
virus that can cause paralysis and abortions    having the viral disease, it should be isolated.
in pregnant horses, has been reported in        Enforcement of strict biosecurity measures
Oregon. During this same time, five horses in   and hygiene practices are likely to be more
Washington state also exhibit clinical signs    effective than widespread vaccination in
that are consistent with EHV-1. All these       reducing the risk of acquiring infection.
horses attended the same weekend show in        Nevertheless, recent research demonstrates
Oregon in July, a few days before exhibiting    that viral shedding is much reduced in horses
signs of the disease. This virus does not       with high circulating titers of virus-neutraliz-
appear to be the severe disease-causing virus   ing (VN) antibody, as well as in horses that
discovered on the east coast and California     have been vaccinated recently with the
last year.                                      Rhinomune MLV vaccine.

Combined driving gold medal for U.S. at World Pairs
       Driving Championship in Denmark                                                                                              Complete Horse Farm Package
    Miranda Caldwell took the gold medal at     Caldwell finished on 129.42 points total, only        Fully Operational horse farm on 20 clean and gently rolling board fenced acres 2 minutes from Interstate 81.
                                                                                                      17 Stall barn, attached indoor arena with nicely appointed 3 BR, 2 bath apartment, office, barn kitchen, 36x36
the World Pony Pairs Driving Championship       0.72 points ahead of the 2005-champion                      groom/wash area, run in and equipment sheds. Rich mountain views with multiple building sites.
in Dorthealyst, Denmark in July, while silver   Steffen Abicht.                                                Additional 15 acres available. $795,000 Call for extensive list of additional features.
went for Germany’s, Steffen Abicht and              Caldwell was taken by surprise at becom-
                                                                                                                     Bee Stuart, Realtor – 540-529-6389 – bee@houseandbarn.com
bronze for Denmark’s, Lars Dau.                 ing the 2007 world champion. “I didn’t
                                                                                                                       YES REALTY 1283 East. Main Street Lebanon, VA 24266
   The pair class was led by Dau with a good    believe that it was possible to catch Lars Dau.
margin before the cones. However, one ball      So I left the area right after my cones. I did
down and several time penalties resulted in     not see him drive and had no idea what had
15.83 points at which stage the Dane was        happened before I heard on the speakers. My
overtaken by Caldwell, the marathon winner,     first thought was ‘What?’, but it’s fantastic,”
who could afford only one ball down.            she said.

       New federal website offers equine health advice
     The U.S. Department of Agriculture         (EVA), which occurred in quarter horses in
(USDA) through its National Animal Health       six states in 2006.
                                                                                                   Honea Path: 9.9 acres with               Simpsonville: Great 5 BR,              Travelers Rest: Your own
Surveillance System (NAHSS) provides cur-           Other valuable infomation is available at
                                                                                                   wood fencing, 10 stall barn,             3.5 BA & office, rec. room             retreat 22 acres, pond,
rent information about equine health issues.    the NAHSS site, including moitoring and
                                                                                                   riding arena & 4 car det.                on 9.8 acres Approx. 6 acres           stream, 2 stall barn, 2c.
    NAHSS has updated its website recent,       management data on seeral other major              Garage. The 4 bedroom 2.5                of pasture. Trees & lake on            attached building, pastures
adding two pages about equine diseases. The     equine diseases. Horsemen can access the           bath home has 12.5 foot ceil-            rear of property. Restrictions         & 8,000 SF home with 6
site gives details about EHV-1 and links to     website at www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/nahss/            ings down & 9 foot ceilings              in neighborhood and                    BR, 4 BA. Other features:
state websites with EHV-1 information. The      equine.                                            up, grand staircase, 3 FP’s              Houses are WELCOME!                    pool, tennis court, gazebo,
second page deals with equine viral arteritis                                                      – OUTSTANDING!                           $545,000                               screen porch & outdoor
                                                                                                   $489,000                                                                        kitchen area. $1,495,000
        Hay Day for Horses set for Sept. 22-23 in Georgia
   A Hay Day for Horses is being held           1768 Newt Green Rodad, Cumming, GA
September 22 and 23 at North Wind               30040.
Equestrian Center, 1768 Newt Green Road,           For more information visit www.savethe                               Kathy Rogoff, GRI, CRS, ABR
Cumming, Georgia. The family event will         horses.org. Horse Rescue, Relief and                                    Direct: 864-704-1888
include a barn dance. Donations of hay or       Retirement Fund, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit                              email: KathyRogoff@remax.net
                                                                                                                                                                              220 N. Main St.
money may be made at www.savethehorses          volunteer horse rescue organization based in                                                                                       Suite 200-B
                                                                                                                        www.KathyRogoff.com                               Greenville, SC 29601
.org/donate, or checks may be sent to Horse     Cherokee County, Georgia.
Rescue, Relief and Retirement Fund, Inc.,
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                                                                                                           Calendar
   Every effort is made to post accurate infor-        SEPTEMBER                                                       SEPTEMBER                                               SEPTEMBER
mation; however, we advise that you call               1-2   NY – Trail Class Clinic, Redgate Farm,                    2-3   SC – Pro Rodeo, sanctioned by Mid-Atlantic        1-2   FL – Lajuf Hunter-Jumper Schooling Schow,
                                                             Bloomingburg. e-mail suz@ Teaching                              Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m., Pitt County          Fannin Hill Farm, Brooksville. 352-799-4642.
before you haul.                                             TwoasOne .com or 845-692-7478.                                  Fairgrounds Arena, Greenville. 704-882-6994.      6-7   VA – Virginia State Fair quarter Horse Show.
SEPTEMBER                                              1-2   VA – Virginia Starter Horse Trials, cross-coun-                                                                         www.statefair.com
                                                                                                                       3-7     NY –Graduate Week for horsemanship educa-
1     FL – Silly Six Driving Games, Cypress Keep,            try courses, Virginia Horse Park, Lexington.                                                                      6-9   GA – Conyers Fall Classic, Charles Walker
                                                             Brian or Penny Ross, 40-348-1152, vht@cfw.com                     tion graduates, Jeffcrest Ranch, Middletown.
      Plant City. www.cypresskeep.com                                                                                          e-mail suz Teaching TwoasOne .com or 845-             Arena, Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers.
1     GA – Labor Day cookout, music, fun,              1-2   VA – Shenandoah Blue Ridge Appaloosa
                                                                                                                               692-7478.                                             888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail
      Cadence Equestrian Community, Blue Ridge.              Association Lee-Jackson Classic, East
                                                                                                                       4       NC – N.C. Walking Horse Association Horse             info@georgiahorse park.com
      info@cadenceblueridge.com, 706-633-6280                Complex, Virginia Horse Park, Lexington.
                                                             Karen Pennington 540-872-2637, horsesnheel-                       Show, WNC Agricultural Center, Fletcher.        6-9   VA – Hoofbeats Fall Festival family fun week-
1-2   FL – Lajuf Hunter-Jumper Schooling Show,                                                                                                                                       end, Virginia Horse Park, Lexington. Alice
                                                             ers@hot mail.com                                                  Chris Broach, 704-822-0515.
      Fannin Hill Farm, Brooksville. 352-799-4642.                                                                                                                                   Buchanan, 540-460-2542, hoofbeats@ rock-
                                                       1-3   GA – Labor Day Round Up Georgia Paint                     5       NC – Pro Bull Riding, sanctioned by Mid-
1-2   FL – Mid Florida Buckskin Show, New                    horse show, Charles Walker Arena, Georgia                                                                               bridge.net
      Smyrna Beach. 386-299-0031.                                                                                              Atlantic Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m.,     6-15  OK – American Miniature Horse Registry
                                                             Int’l Horse Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-                     Iredell County Fairgrounds Arena, Troutman.
1-2   GA – Poplar Place dressage show, Hamilton.             860-4190 or e-mail info@georgiahorse                                                                                    National Show, Tulsa. 417-864-5310.
      Poplar Place Farm, 8191 US Hwy. 27,                                                                                      704-882-6994.
                                                             park.com                                                                                                          7     NC – WNC Open Horse Show Circuit, WNC
      Hamilton. USDF/USEF-recognized. Donna            2     FL – Cypress Keep Arena driving trail,                    5-7     GA – Rick Wheat Noavel Headstall training,            Agricultural Center, Fletcher. Doyle Enloe
      Stegman 706-582-3742, www.poplarplace-                 Cypress Keep, Plant City.                                         Farriers’ National Research Center, Villanow.         828-697-8785.
      farm.com                                               www.cypresskeep.com                                               706-297-8047 to register.                       7-9   FL – Florida Horsemen’s Ass’n. annual dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                     tance ride and drive clinic, Lower Wekiva
                                                                                                                                                                                     River State Preserve, Eustice. Limited to 50
                                                                                                                                                                                     horses . Kim Huck 407-359-4176 or Jackie
                                                                                                                                                                                     Baker jqbak er@gmail.com
                                                                                                                                                                               7-9   FL – Florida Quarter Horse Ass’n. show, Fox
                                                                                                                                                                                     Lea Farm, Venice. 941-321-3247
                                                                                                                                                                               7-9   GA – Conyers Fall Classic, Charles Walker
                                                                                                                                                                                     Arena, Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers.
                                                                                                                                                                                     888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail
                                                                                                                                                                                     info@georgiahorse park.com
  65+/- Acre s                                                                                                                                                                 7-9   GA – USEA/USEF-recognized Poplar Place
                                                                                                                                                                                     Horse Trials, Poplar Place Farm, 8191 US
                                                                                       Fines Creek Farm is a private paradise,                                                       Hwy. 27, Hamilton. CIC***, CIC** levels.
                                                                                       perfect for horses or livestock with partial                                                  Donna Stegman 706-582-3742, www.poplar
                                                                                       fencing & usable old barn. Unique property                                                    placefarm.com, www.useventing.com
                                                                                       with gentle rolling pastures, large trout                                               7-9   VA – Summer Spectacular, Frying Pan Park,
                                                                                       stream & smaller creek. Restored original                                                     Herndon. www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/
                                                                                       farmhouse would make a great studio or                                                        fpp/equest for more information.
                                                                                       caretakers cottage.A cabin could be built                                               7-9   VA – Old Dominion Pony Clubs Fall Festival,
                                                                                       overlooking the rushing trout stream & have                                                   Wiley Arena, Speed Ring, Barns 5, 6, Virginia
                                                                                       the main house with amazing views.                                                            Horse Park, Lexington. Jan Goodmundson
                                                                                                                         $1,250,000                                                  757-482-5170, PonyMom@aol.com,
                                                                                                                                                                                     www.odr.ponyclub.org
  127 Acre s                                                                               5.54 +/- Acres                                                                      8     NC – Mid-East Coast Arabian Breeders futuri-
                                                                                                                                                                                     ty show,Latta Equestrian Center, 5225 Sample
                                         Old mountain farm with about 10                                                              Great place to build your dream                Road in Huntersville. Classes for weanling
                                         acres of pasture, large trees, pond                                                          home in the moutains and have your             and yearling purebreds and half-Arabs, two
                                         & creek. Many building sites, long                                                           horses. Gentle rolling level pasture           educational clinics. Private treaty sale of any
                                         range mountain views. Old log                                                                land that borders a good creek.                who wish to sell their weanling or yearling.
                                         cabin from pioneer days. State road                                                          Good year round views. In Mountain             www.eastwoodarabians.com, www.mecab.org
                                         access, power & phone nearby. Can                                                            Park, just 25 minutes to Asheville.      8     TX – Trinity Trail Preservation Assn. trail ride,
                                         subdivide into 50 acre tract. Entire                                                         Amenities include: underground                 10:30 a.m., Brockdale Park, Lucas. www.trini-
                                         127 acre tract offered for                                                                   utilities, paved road, security gate           tytrailriders.org.
                                                                 $1,399,000                                                           & clubhouse.                 $199,900    8-9   FL – All-breed IBC open show sponsored by
                                                                                                                                                                                     Florida POA Club, Clarcona Horseman’s
                                                                                                                                                                                     Park, Orlando. Gerri 407-886-2655 or Erika
  77+ Acre s                                                                               65 Acre s                                                                                 352-343-1665.
                                              Perfect for an equestrian estate or                                                      Great for horses with mountaintop       8-9   FL – Florida Reined Cow Horse Ass’n.
                                              development, only 15 minutes to                                                          meadows. Land is mostly gentle                September Sizzler show, Triple J. Ranch,
                                              Waynesville & 25 minutes to Asheville.                                                                                                 Sarasota. Gail 813-426-5707
                                                                                                                                       pasture with rolling woods. Ponds,
                                              Good bottom land, rolling pastures,
                                              gentle wooded land & creek. Classic                                                      2 barns and amazing views. Could               CALENDAR CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE
                                              picturesque property with great                                                          be divided into estate lots, used
                                              mountain & valley vistas. Old farm                                                       as a family compound or developed
                                              house & log cabin are sold as-is.                                                        into a corporate retreat.
                                              Power & phone on property with
                                                                                                                                                               $1,195,000
                                              paved frontage & access. $924,000

  75+/- Acre Farm
                                        Incredible farm with about 30 acres
                                        of beautiful gentle pastures and
                                        bottom land. Bordered by a rushing
                                        trout stream with an old barn.
                                        Borders National Forest. Great
                                        access with many home sites, lush
                                        woods & mountain views.Would
                                        make a fantastic horse farm.
                                                                  $999,900

  42 +/- Acre Farm
                                          Beautiful pasture with partial fencing
                                          & old barn. Nice woods, creek &
                                          springs. Classic old mountain farm
                                          joins the Pisgah National Forest. 2
                                          older houses with covered front and
                                          side porches. Each house has
                                          2BR/1BA, both heated by wood
                                          stoves. Good year round mountain
                                          views & paved road access.
                                                                    $495,000
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SEPTEMBER                                               SEPTEMBER                                               SEPTEMBER                                               SEPTEMBER
8-9   FL – Pinellas Co. hunter-jumper show, Florida     15    FL – Sunshine State Walking, Racking and          17-21   NY – Horsemanship Education Course:             22-23 GA – Good Horseman Fall Dressage Show,
      State Fairgrounds, Tampa. Michelle Drain                Spotted Horse Ass’n. Show, Florida State                  Ground work and round pen training, Jeff-             Georgia International Horse Park, Conyers.
      727-546-7664                                            Fairgrounds, Tampa. Debbie DesChamps 352-                 crest Ranch, Middletown. e-mail suz@Teach             Ann Genovese 404-289-9328, www.good-
8-9   GA – Dogwood Buckskin Association Horse                 796-0298                                                  ingTwoasOne.com or 845-692-7478.                      horseman.org
      Show, Arena 8, Georgia Int’l Horse Park,          15    GA – Georgia Equine Rescue League                 18-22   TN – NWHA national championship show,           22-23 GA – Hay Day for Horses, Horse Rescue,
      Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail           Scavenger Hunt Trail Ride, Bald Rock                      Murfreesboro. www.NWHA.com                            Relief and Retirement Fund, 1768 Newt Green
      info@georgiahorsepark.com or Paula 229-776-             Meadows, Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers.       19      GA – Dutch Warmblood Studbook in North                Rd., Cumming. www.savethehorses.org.
      0544.                                                   888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail                      America, Charles Walker Arena, Georgia Int’l    22-23 NC – Eastern Hunter Association
8-9   SC – Palmetto Paint Fall Show of Colors                 info@georgiahorse park.com                                Horse Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-           Williamston Indoors Show, Senator Bob
      show, Camden Equestrian Center and                15    NC – Eastern N.C. Saddle Club Horse Show,                 4190 or e-mail info@georgiahorsepark.com              Martin Ag Center, Williamston, 252-792-5802.
      Entertainment Complex, Camden. Glen                     Senator Bob Martin Ag Center, Williamston,        19-21   NC – Paint Horse Show, WNC Agricultural               Wendy Willson, 252-753-7780.
      Singleton, 843-365-6657                                 252-792-5802. Jamie Beacham, 2525-459-8177.               Center, Fletcher. Sharon Church, 336-973-4288   22-23 TX – Extreme Mustang Makeover, Will Rogers
8-9   VA – Blue Ribbon Open All-Breed Horse             15    VA – Mounted Map and Orienteering Clinic,         20-21   NC – Carolina Ranch Horse Association Open            Center Watt Arena, Fort Worth. Newly trained
      Show, Anderson Coliseum, Virginia Horse                 Mead Hill by flagpoles, Virginia Horse Park,              Horse Show, WNC Agricultural Center,                  adopted wild mustangs are put to the test.
      Park, Lexington. Norma Gurkin 252-792-3729,             Lexington. Instructor Olin Bare, Lexington.               Fletcher. Tracie Gant, 828-885-8431.                  Adopt a mustang at the show. Mustang
      gurkinroofing@earthlink.net.                            Compass and watch required. www.horsecen                                                                        Heritage Foundation, 512-355-3225; Bureau of
                                                                                                                20-23   FL – Certified Horsemanship Association
8-9   VA – Old Dominion Pony Club’s Fall Festival,            ter.org/pdfs/OrienteeringClinic.pdf                                                                             Land Management, Tom Gorey, 202-452-5137.
                                                                                                                        international conference, Grand Cypress
      Barns 5 and 6, Virginia Horse Park,               15-16 FL – Sumter Equestrian Center Hunter                                                                      22-23 VA – 26th Piedmont Driving Club Show,
                                                                                                                        Equestrian Center, Orlando. Open to public.
      Lexington. Jan Goodmundson 757-482-5170,                Jumper Show, Sumter Equestrian Center, CR                                                                       Middleburg. Marcia West 434-971-8272, e-
                                                                                                                        800-399-0138, www.cha-ahse.org.
      ponymom@aol.com                                         476, Bushnell. colleen@sumterequestriancen                                                                      mail mwest@cvillevab.net.
9     VA – Elmington Farm hunter show, Berryville.                                                              20-23   VA – Virginia 4-H State Championship Horse
                                                              ter.com, 352-303-4325.                                    and Pony Show, Virginia Horse Park,             24-28 NY – ProTrack 1: Ground work and round
      Kathie Hamlin, 540-955-6219, khamlin@visu-        15-16 FL – Sand Hill CTR 25 Goethe State Park,                  Lexington. Celeste Crisman 540-231-9162,              pen training, Jeff-crest Ranch, Middletown. e-
      allink.com                                              Tidewater Trails, Dunnellon. Pat Thomas 352-              ccrisman@vt.edu.                                      mail suz@TeachingTwoasOne.com or 845-692-
9     VA – Hear the Beat Horse Show fundraiser,               486-4119. www.DistanceRiding.com
                                                                                                                21-22   NC – Pro Rodeo, sanctioned by Mid-Atlantic            7478.
      East complex arena, Virginia Horse Park,          15-16 FL – Desensitizing Clinic and confidence
      Lexington. Nancy Schuster 540-348-2280.                                                                           Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m., Cumberlain   26-29 GA – Southeastern Charity Horse Show,
                                                              course with Matt Cooper and Bambie Kunz,                  County Fairgrounds Arena, Fayetteville. 704-          Charles Walker Arena, Georgia Int’l Horse
9-10  GA – Dogwood Buckskin open show, ABRA,                  Welaka State Forest, Orlando. Camping avail-
      PAC-approved show, International Horse                                                                            882-6994.                                             Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or
                                                              able. 904-825-3640.                                                                                             e-mail info@georgiahorsepark.com
      Park, Conyers. Paula 229-776-0544.                                                                        21-23   FL – Fall Barrel Fest Tour of Champions IV,
                                                        15-16 GA – Southern Hospitality Breeders’ Classic I             Jacksonville Equestrian Center, Jacksonville.   26-30 VA – Sport Horse Nationals Arabian and
10-12 FL – Dominique Barbier Classical Dressage               and II, Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers.
      Clinic, New Smyrna Beach. Call 386-985-2103                                                                       Hosted by Florida Barrel Horse Association.           Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show,
                                                              USDF, USEF-recognized. Annetta Kirk 706-                  LeAnne McKendree, 941-753-1137 or                     Virginia Horse Park, Lexington. Ed Peterson
10-14 NY – Horsemanship Education Course:                     747-9760 , annetta.kirk@alltel.com. GIHP 888-
      Ground work and round pen training, Jeff-                                                                         www.flabarrelhorses.com.                              804-829-6348, hiddnholow@aol.com
                                                              860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail info@georgia
      crest Ranch, Middletown. e-mail suz@Teach                                                                 21-23   NC – Welsh Pony Club Show, Carolina Horse       27-28 GA – Dressage show, USDF, USEF-recognized,
                                                              horsepark.com
      ingTwoasOne.com or 845-692-7478.                                                                                  Park, Southern Pines. 910-246-9808, 888-615-          Poplar Place Farm, 8191 US Hwy. 27,
                                                        15-16 GA – Newton County Saddle Club Open                       4520. gparkins@carolinahorse park.com.
13-16 VA – Virginia Quarter Horse Association                                                                                                                                 Hamilton. Donna Stegman 706-582-3742,
                                                              Horse Show, Arena 5, Georgia Int’l Horse
      Breeder’s Futurity, Anderson Coliseum, Ault                                                               22      WHOA Show, Clarcona Horseman’s Park,                  www.poplarplacefarm.com
                                                              Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or
      Pavilion, Moore Arena, Virginia Horse Park,             e-mail info@georgiahorsepark.com                          Apopka, Orlando. Janet Howell 407-469-0086      28-29 NC – Pro Rodeo, sanctioned by Mid-Atlantic
      Lexington. Corinne Balsis 540-347-9581, cjbal-                                                                    or jhowell@montverde.org                              Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m., Robeson
                                                        15-16 GA – Georgia Appaloosa Peanut Classic,
      sis@msn.com, www.myvqha.com                                                                               22      FL – Florida Pinto Horse Ass’n show, Tampa.           County Fairgrounds Arena, Lumberton. 704-
                                                              Charles Walker Arena, Georgia Int’l Horse
14-16 FL – Southeast Hunter Jumper, Tampa. Eric                                                                         Katherine Kope 321-784-4967                           882-6994.
                                                              Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or
      352-797-7469.                                           e-mail info@georgiahorsepark.com                  22      GA – American Warmblood Society Sport           28-30 FL – Florida Fall Fling Arena Driving Trial,
14-16 NC – Five Points Horse Trails (BN - T),           15-16 GA – Karl Mikolka clinic in classical dressage,           Horse Seminar & Inspection, Arena 7, Georgia          Sumter Equestrian Center, Bushnell. Erika
      Carolina Horse Park, Southern Pines. 910-246-           Merichase Farm, Moreland. Scott or Gigi                   Int’l Horse Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-         Matulich, 813-982- 2200, ematulich@ut.edu,
      9808, 888-615-4520. gparkins@carolinahorsep-            Nutter, 770-832-8768,                                     860-4190 or e-mail info@georgiahorse                  www.cypresskeep.com/fallfling
      ark.com                                                 www.touchngofarm.com                                      park.com                                        28-30 FL – Ken Williams Memorial Roping competi-
14-16 NC – Team Josey Barrel Racing and                 15-16 NC – Five Points Horse Trials, Carolina Horse     22      GA – Ashland Farm Eventing Derby dressage             tion, Jacksonville Equestrian Center,
      Horsemanshi Clinic, Senator Bob Martin Ag               Park, Southern Pines. 910-246-9808, 888-615-              and cross country schooling show, Ashland             Jacksonville. 904- 573-3163 or 386-437-6175
      Center, Williamston, 252-792-5802. Josey                4520. gparkins@carolinahorsepark.com.                     Farm, Walnut Grove. 770-786-6703, ashland       28-30 FL – Ron McLoughlin horse handling clinic,
      Ranch, 903-935-5358.                                                                                              farm@earthlink.net                                    New Smyrna Beach. 904-786-4477
                                                        15-16 VA – Virginia Starter Horse Trials, cross-coun-
14-16 SC – Camden Equestrian Fall Fling, Camden               try courses, Virginia Horse Park, Lexington.      22      SC – Hunter-jumper show, Twin Pond Farm,        28-30 NC – 8th Annual Sunnyside open horse show,
      Equestrian Center and Entertainment                     Brian or Penny Ross, 540-348-1152,                        803 Langford Road, Blythewood. Pre-register.          Senator Bob Martin Ag Center, Williamston,
      Complex, Camden. Sherry Pace, 803-432-9100.             vht@cfw.com                                               Sue Stier, stier.suzanne@palmetto health.org          252-792-5802. Trish Andrews, 252-799-0334
14-16 SC – Horsemanship clinic with Jim                 15-16 VA – Blue Ribbon Open All-breed Horse                     or 803-786-6646.                                28-30 NC – IBRA Tri-State Finals, WNC Agricultural
      Wooldridge, Timber Creek Farm, Camden.                  Show, Anderson Coliseum, Virginia Horse           22      TX – Trinity Trail Preservation Assn. fun             Center, Fletcher. Linda Jetta 336-414-7369
      www.forallhorses.com, forallhorses@bellsouth            Park, Lexington. Norma Gurkin 252-792-3729,               show, 9 a.m. Bonnie Guimarin, 972-727-4496      28-30 NC – 8th Annual Sunnyside Open Horse
      .net or Shannon Wooten 803- 432-4569.                   gurkinroofing@earthlink.net                               or clancyhollow@sbcglobal.net or check at             Show, Senator Bob Martin Ag Center,
14-16   TN – Nashoba Carriage Classic, Germantown.      17-18 TN – Pro Rodeo, sanctioned by Mid-Atlantic                www.trinitytrailriders.org.                           Williamston, 252-792-5802. Trish Andrews,
        Rebecca Billard 931-424-0827 or partridgehill         Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m., Chamber        22-23   FL – Everglades Appaloosa Show, New                   252-799-0334.
        @bellsouth.net                                        Park Arena, Mountain City. 704-882-6994.                  Smyrna Beach. Call 954-413-3690                        CALENDAR CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE


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                                                                                                                 29    FL – Florida Reining Horse Ass’n., Ocala         4-7   VA – American Saddlebred Horse Association
  One of a kind 37 acre horse farm located in Newnan,GA.                                                               Equine Center, Ocala. Robert Bond 904-282-             of Virginia Horse Show, Anderson Coliseum,
                                                                                                                       8541.                                                  Virginia Horse Center, Lexington. Kent
  From the absolute perfect layout of the acreage to the secluded
                                                                                                                 29    GA – New Classic Horse Shows combined                  Moeller, 804-363-3085, kentmoeller@comcast.net
  house(3/2) and guest-house(2/1) to the user- friendly arrangement of
                                                                                                                       test and dresssage schooling show, Chicopee
  the barns, this is truly a "One of a Kind" farm.You'll love the spring-                                                                                               5-6   NC – Pro Rodeo, sanctioned by Mid-Atlantic
                                                                                                                       Woods Agricultural Center, Gainesville. Sara
  fed 7 acre lake and the in-ground pool with its beautiful, professional                                                                                                     Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m., Ruritan
                                                                                                                       Juricek 770-435-3820
  landscaping. One of the two barns has 4 foaling stalls and 6 regular                                                                                                        Park Arena, Efland. 704-882-6994.
                                                                                                                 29    NC – Carolina Horseshoers’ Conference,
  stalls with an apartment, office, wash-rack, hay-shed, shavings shed and individual water system to each             WNC Agricultural Center, Fletcher. Stacy         5-7   FL – Central Florida Appaloosa Fall Color
  stall! 1/2 Mile road frontage with 5 pastures, 2 paddocks and 2 riding rings. The top-quality house has              Miller, 828-681-5095.                                  Classic, Jacksonville Equestrian Center,
  unique architectural features, including hardwood floors as well as a modern, up-to-date kitchen with          29    VA – Elmington Farm hunter show, Berryville.           Jacksonville. 904- 573-3163.
  brick floors. There are open beam ceilings in the kitchen, great room, master bedroom and master bath.               Kathie Hamlin, 540-955-6219, khamlin@visu-       6     GA – Progressive Horsemanship show,
  It is in absolute move-in condition for the busy professional or the once-a-week fox hunter. The new owner           allink.com                                             Cadence Equestrian Community, Blue Ridge.
  will have a 45 minute commute to downtown Atlanta, and 40 minutes to the international airport.                29    VA – Old Dominion Buckskin Association,                info@cadenceblueridge.com, 706-633-6280
  Newnan is one of the fastest growing cities in the entire country and the new shopping malls are just                Virginia Palomino Ass’n. palomino and buck-
                                                                                                                       skin show, Merry Oaks, Windsor. ABRA,            6     MS – Mississippi Paint Horse show, Canton
  15 minutes away with "National Schools of Excellence" close by.
                                                                                                                       PHBA-approved, high-point awarrds given.               Multipurpose & Equine Center, 501 Soldiers
                                                                                                                       www.merryoaksstables.com                               Colony Rd., Canton. Melissa Daniels,
  $2,200,000                                                                                                                                                                  cmecmelissa@yahoo.com
                                                                                                                 29-30 FL – Florida Fall Fling ADT, Bushnell. Erika
                                                                                                                       Matulich, 813-982- 2200, email ematulich         6-7   FL – Lajuf Hunter-Jumper Schooling Schow,
                                                                                                                       @ut.edu                                                Fannin Hill Farm, Brooksville. 352-799-4642.
                                                                                                                 29-30 SC – Carolina Starz, Camden Equestrian
                                                                                                                                                                        6-7   GA – Albany Autumn Classic Charity Show,
                                                                                                                       Center and Entertainment Complex, Camden.
                                                                                                                                                                              Albany. Jay Robertson 229-343-0062.
                                                                                                                       Linda Kanatzar 803-432-1179
              Jennifer Pawlak – Prudential Georgia Realty                                                        30    FL – Florida Cowboy Challenge presented by       6-7   GA – Conyers Fall Classic, Charles Walker
                                                                                                                       Hillsborough Co. Mounted Sheriffs Posse,               Arena, Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers. 888-
                     678-478-9520 (cell) • 404-255-8811 (office)                                                       Crosstown Arena, Brandon. 18 challenges.               860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail info@georgia
                  www.JenniferPawlak.com • www.FoxPawFarm.com                                                          Limited to first 60 riders. Karl or Kathy 813-         horsepark.com
                                                                                                                       623-6137, Ishoe4U@Gmail.com                      6-7   GA – Newton County Saddle Club open horse
                                                                                                                 30    MD – Maryland Horsemen’s Party, Boulevard              show, Arena 8, Georgia Int’l Horse Park,
                                                                                                                       and Beyond, Westminster, to honor recipients           Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail
                                                                                                                       of Md. 4-H Youth Development and 4-H                   info@georgiahorsepark.com
                                                                                                                       Horse Program Volunteer of the Year awards.
                                                                                                                       For tickets, call Amanda Brown at 301-314-       6-7   GA – Area III Shetland and Mini Horse Club
                                                                                                                       7832 or email akbrown@umd.edu.                         Show, Sumter Equestrian Center, Perry.
                                                                                                                 30    NC – Bulls and Broncs, sanctioned by Mid-              Perky, 352-486-5084, Ruthann 352-454-4796.
                                                                                                                       Atlantic Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m.,      6-7   NC – Just Horsein’ ‘Round 2007 open horse
                                                                                                                       Dixie Classic Arena, Winston Salem. 704-882-           show, Senator Bob Martin Ag Center,
                                                                                                                       6994.                                                  Williamston, 252-792-5802.Beth Tew, 252-753-
                                                                                                                 30    VA – Hunter show, Frying Pan Park,                     8069, www.JustHorseinRound.com
                                                                                                                       Herndon. Mark Wonderly, 571-426-8033,            7     NC – WNC open horse show circuit, Horse
                                                                                                                       www.ahsajudge.com, ahsajudge1@cs.com                   Show, WNC Agricultural Center, Fletcher.
                                                                                                                 4-6   NC – N.C. Walking Horse Ass’n. Horse Show,             Doyle Enloe, 828-697-8785.
                                                                                                                       WNC Agricultural Center, Fletcher. Chris
                                                                                                                       Broach, 704-822-0515.                                  CALENDAR CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

  Spectacular home with an even more spectacular screened,pool and spa.
  5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths with a total of 4,187 SF, professionally decorated in
  a great country setting. Great for a growing family or an equestrian estate,
  horses allowed, plenty of pasture, trails and dirt roads for riding.
  This property has it all and must be seen. Only a 45 minute drive to HITS.
                                                            Offered at $729,900

                                                                         Judy Lake-Corey,
                                                                    GRI, CSP, REALTOR®
                                                                           (352) 316-6066




• 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths                         • Quartz granite countertops
• 3153 Square Feet                              • 5 burner radiant glass cooktop with
• Wood burning fireplace                          stainless steel Italian chimney hood
• Ceramic tile hearth with quartz               • Convection and microwave wall ovens
  granite inlay                                 • In-Law Suite
• Klipsch® in-ceiling surround                  • 3 car side entry garage
  sound speakers                                • 5 horses welcome
• Tray ceilings with hidden
  recessed lighting
                                                  $599,000                Georgette Evans
• Walk-in Pantry                                                     Broker Associate, CSP
                                                                           (352) 538-0635

                                                                         Tim Shingleton
                                                                    REALTOR®, GRI, CSP
                                                                          (352) 281-5240
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7     NC – Pro Bull Riding, sanctioned by Mid-          13-14 VA – Therapeutic Riding Association of
      Atlantic Professional Rodeo Ass’n., 8 p.m.,             Virginia horse show, Virginia Horse Center,
      Dixie Classic Arena, Winston Salem. 704-882-            Lexington. Therapeutic Riding Association of
      6994.                                                   Virginia, e-mail jharr@ltrf.org,
6-7   NC – Just Horsin’ Round 2007 Open Horse                 www.travinc.org or phone 703-508-7046.
      Show, Senator Bob Martin Ag Center,               14    GA – Haunted Horses dresssage and com-
      Williamston, 252-792-5802. Beth Tew 252-753-            bined training show, Kilkenny Farm, 2430
      8069.                                                   Tucker Drive, Loganville. 678-475-7761.
10-11 GA – Georgia National Fair Haflinger Show,              kilkenny_farm@comcast.net, www.kilkenny
      Perry. Karen Saito 704 545 9882, coachsaito             farminc.com
      @aol.com                                          14    VA – Elmington Farm hunter show, Berryville.
11-13 NC – Ninth Annual Carolina Classic Benefit              Kathie Hamlin, 540-955-6219, khamlin@visu-
      Horse Show, Senator Bob Martin Ag Center,               allink.com
      Williamston, 252-792-5802. Ray Cloninger,         14    VA – Hunter show, Foxchase Farm,                                                                                               This house has everything that
      704-489-2000, www.RayCloninger.com                      Middleburg. Mark Wonderly, 571-426-8033,                                                                 you could possibly want. Complete with an asphault
                                                              www.ahsajudge.com, ahsajudge1@cs.com                                     drive, beautifully manicured yard, large majestic oaks, wrap around porch, and a
11-14 GA – National Barrel Horse Association                                                                  large deck with a stone fire pit. This estate also offers plenty of parking with a 2 car garage, 2 car carport
      Georgia State Championship finals, Charles        16    NC – North Carolina State Fair Haflinger
                                                              Show, Raleigh. Danny Inabinett 864 457 7216,    and a 36x48 metal outbuilding that is equipped with 3 stables, tack & bathroom and open area for your
      Walker Arena, Georgia Int’l Horse Park,                                                                     storage and parking needs! Inside you will find a large center island kitchen with hickory cabinets and
      Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail           edgefarm@nuvox.net or Donna White, 704
                                                              283 5151 cabincreekfarm@usa.net                   corian countertops. The dining room has a bay window and built in feautres. The first floor is all 18" tile
      info@georgiahorsepark.com                                                                                and oak flooring. This home also offers a large family room with cathedral ceilings and a stone fireplace.
12-14 VA – Central Virginia Paint Horse Club Color      19-20 VA – American Professional Rodeo
                                                                                                                   Downstairs you will also find an office and half bath along with the spacious master suite featuring a
      Classic and Fall Futurity, East Complex,                Associaiton American Finals Rodeo,
                                                                                                                 separate shower & bath, walk-in closet & dressing area. Upstairs you will find a huge bonus room that
      Virginia Horse Center, Lexington. Ken Palmer            Anderson Coliseum, Virginia Horse Park,
                                                                                                                  has numerous uses and 2 more bedrooms along with a full bath. Stables are top of the line including
      540-297-5337, www.cvphc.org, pphtovero@                 Lexington. DeNiess Kilgus 570-971-3237                                             auto drinking water & hot water. Pasture is fenced with board & electric.
      aol.com                                           19-21 NC – Paint Horse Show, WNC Agricultural                                 Coded electric entry gate to the property adds a secure feeling.Listed at $575,000
13    GA – Poplar Place schooling show, Hamilton.             Center, Fletcher. Sharon Church 336-973-4288.
                                                        19-21 VA – Virginia Paso Fino Horse Association
                                                                                                                                           Century 21 Flag Agency, Inc. – Chad P. Conner REALTOR ®
      Poplar Place Farm, 8191 US Hwy. 27,
      Hamilton. Donna Stegman 706-582-3742,                   show, Virginia Horse Center, Lexington.                                  321-267-3600 Office • 321-593-2096 Cell • www.C21flag.com
      www.pop larplacefarm.com                                Diane Boyd, 703-777-4846, www.vadressage
13    GA – Barlyn Farm Fall Dressage schooling                .org, greyhorse11@earthlink.net
      show, Barlyn Farm, (Walnut Grove),                20    SC – Hunter-jumper show, Springdale at Dale
      Covington. Peggy Hawley 770-786-4026.                   Thiel’s Farm, Firetower Road, Camden. Pre-
13    VA – Mounted Map and Orienteering Clinic,               register. Springdale47@hotmail.com or Candi
      Mead Hill by flagpoles, Virginia Horse Park,            Cocks 803-432-2703.
      Lexington. Instructor Olin Bare, Lexington.       20-21 FL – Sumter Equestrian Center Hunter                                                                   3-4 Large Bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths. Brick Full Masonry Fireplace in
      Compass and watch required. www.horsecen                Jumper Show, Sumter Equestrian Center, CR                                                              Great Room & Basement. Hardwood & Ceramic Tile. Dining w/Dbl
      ter.org/pdfs/OrienteeringClinic.pdf                     476, Bushnell. colleen@sumterequestriancen                                                             French Doors. Great Room w/French Doors Leading to Screen
13-14 FL – Parelli Horsemanship Clinic, Jacksonville          ter.com, 352-303-4325.                                                                                 Porch w/Views. Wrap Around Covered Porches. Rear Deck
      Equestrian Center, Jacksonville. 904- 573-3163,   20-21 FL – South Eastern Distance Riders Ass’n.
                                                              FHA 25 competitive trail ride, Withlacoochee                                                           Overlooking Pasture. Double Garage w/Upstairs Bonus Room.
      www.parelli.com.                                        Forest, Lecanto. Chrissy Pool 352-621-0215,                                                            Upstairs Extra Large Bonus Room w/Vaulted Ceiling. Plenty of
13-14 FL – Dixie Reined Cow Horse Association                 arabianart@bellsouth.net                                                                               Storage. Drive-in Basement w/Roll Up Door. Utility Area in Walk-
      Dixie Stampede, Southeast Livestock Pavilion,     20-21 FL – GAIG/USDF Region 3 dressage champi-                                A Peaceful & Beautiful Park    Out Basement. Flower & Rock Gardens. Breakfast Nook w/Bay-
      Ocala. 352-368-6716.                                    onships, Ocala. Hosted by Deep South                                    Like View From Every Angle.    window. 15 Acres of Privacy w/Woods & Pasture. $390,000.
13-14 GA – 24 Hours of Adrenalin Steeplechase,                Dressage and Combined Training Association.
      Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers. 888-860-             Barbara Petti, bpetti5570@aol.com
      4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail info@georgia-        20-21 FL – All-breed IBC open show sponsored by
      horse park.com                                          Florida POA Club, Clarcona Horseman’s            Secluded & Private
13-14 TN – Chattanooga Dressage and Combined                  Park, Orlando. Gerri 407-886-2655 or Erika         4 Bedroom Country home on 10.6 acres, shared
      Training Ass’n. dressage, combined test and             352-343-1665.                                      barn with neighbor partially fenced great equine
      3-phase schooling show, Rush Management           20-21 FL – Hunter, Hunter Seat Equtitation               area in Orchard Hill area of Spalding county.
      Hunter Classic and Jumper Stake, Tri State              Schooling Show, Jim Brandon Equestrian             Minutes from I-75 south, downtown Barnesville,
      Exhibition Center, Cleveland. www.chattdc               Center, West Palm Beach. Manager Mark              and Gordon College. Priced to sell, the home
      ta.freeservers.com                                      Wonderly, ahsajudge1@cs.com, 305-864-2171          needs upgrades but is move in ready.
13-14 VA – House Mountain Horse Show, east com-               or visit www.ahsajudge.com
      plex, Virginia Horse Park, Lexington. Molly                                                                Priced below appraisal $195,000.
                                                        20-21 GA – GDCTA Atlanta Halloween dressage
      Trimble Moore 540-261-6928.                             and combined training schooling show, GIHP,
13-14 VA – Color Classic Futurity and Paint-O-                Conyers. Dennie Kludt 770-751-7204,
      Rama Show, east complex, Virginia Horse                 DeniceKludt @aol.com                                                                                                          Call Walter Terry Today!
      Park, Lexington. Ken Palmer, 540-297-5337,                                                                                                                                         770-233-1588 or 404-557-7470
      pphtovero@aol.com                                         CALENDAR CONTINUED ON PAGE 45




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                                                                                                                                                            Gardens, Florida. Lovely 4 bedroom, 3 bath home
                                                                                                                                                            with Pool, Jacuzzi, huge wrap around deck and fish
   Worlds away... yet just minutes from Lexington -
                                                                                                                                                            pond. Fireplace and herb gardens. Perfect for RV'ers-
   A great home for horse lovers and their horses.
                                                                                                                                                            Large RV pad with power. Plenty of room for more!
   5 bedrooms, 3 & 1/2 baths, in-ground pool, 10 stall barn with arena,
                                                                                                                                                            Fully Fenced. Equestrian Zoning. Community Barn
   round pen and fenced pastures, on 4.92 acres. $650,000. MLS 189798                                                                                       and Equestrian Park. Near Polo Grounds. Beautiful
   Call Alicia LeJeune at (803) 413-5749                                                                                                                    home close to I-95 and Turnpike and Universities!
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APHA-Nice Big Bay/White Loud.. Dash for Cash               Halter & 6 months Western Pleasure trained.                 Throughbred gelding, 6 years old, currently show-       Khat Ballou - 1A335573 - (Rembrandtt x Lady                Five colts; walker crosses. All are big and showing
bloodlines Sound sane straight. Big Boy Make a             Ridden on trails, parades, camping. Sweet Gelding,          ing level 2 jumpers. Never raced, athletic and fancy    (Grade))1999 Half-Arabian Bay Mare - 13.2hh                gait. Generator bloodlines on top, Quarter horse /
Super Roper! Easy going, has speed, big 15.3               looks Black. Healthy, friendly. Pretty horse. Shown in      mover. Has wonderful scope and incredible disposi-      An awesome little powerhouse is just waiting for the       paint on bottom, may be registered in the half-walker
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                                                                                                                                     8 PONY CAROUSEL.                            HINDRIK Warrenton NC beautiful, versatile 4-year           Well Built Athletic Morgan And Morgan Cross
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By Everlasting (by At Long Last) Out Of A Daughter Of         Magic Cross With The Foundation Breeding Of                                                                      2006-50-60 PtHA 129125 Blk/white Tobiano Stallion,
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   (4369196) Grey Mare, Beautiful Show Prospect!               REG:AQHA (4383437) Sorrel Mare, Excellent               Track. Could Make An Excellent Broodmare For Barrel       Incentive Fund. Aqha Incentive Fund, International              Easy going trail, western - starting new
  World Champions In Her Pedigree. Ridden Alot!            Pleasure Or Halter Show Prospect Deluxe. 90 Days             Racing Prospect Foals. She's Got Speed And Her 2        Hunter Futurity, Nsba $ NSBA Breeders Champion                        career in dressage, English!
 Halter, Riding, Show Prospect Deluxe. Jackie Bee /         Riding On Trails And In Arena. Quiet For Anyone.              Year Old Filly Loves To Run And Also Available.        Futurity Programs, Just For Pleasure Futurity, Tom                Ground ties to be bathed, clipped.
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             FARM EQUIPMENT                                   in Parrish with miles of equestrian trails. Five top-rated                                                                                QUARTER HORSE FOR SALE – 2006 AQHA filly. Sire
TRACTOR FOR SALE – 2003 Mitsubishi 35hp 4x4
diesel tractor with loader, shuttle, power steering,
                                                              parks and Sarasota’s polo fields within minutes. Five                HORSES FOR SALE                                                      - Carind Food Bug, sired by Five Foot Bug. Dam - Sage
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Cash Lady, sired by My Cash Poco. $375 obo. 319-
                                                              acres, all uplands and cross fenced. Pristine 2002
560hrs, excellent condition $9,700 704-547-1832 NC            three-bedroom, two-bath greatroom home plus four-                  HFS – ARABIAN, ARABIAN CROSS                                           679-9869. IA                              borntarger 6/807
                                              mcgraw 7/907    stall barn with tack room and office. $830,000. Call             STRAIGHT EGYPTIAN ARABIANS – mares, stallions,                                  HFS – TENNESSEE WALKERS
                 LANDSCAPING                                  Diane Smith, Equine Property Specialist, Narzinsky               3-year-olds. All have papers. 715-359-8107, 715-571-
                                                              Realty, Inc., 727-643-7406                        smith 6/807    5020. WI                                     steif 7/907                 15 TWHBEA, RHBAA, SSHBEA black and white spot-
NEED TREES? NEED GRASS? IN AIKEN – Lawns,                     McCORMICK, SC: 2-9 acre equestrian and estate                                                                                             ted and solid mares with or without fillies. Mares, year-
shade trees, ornamentals, horticultural services. Doug        sites. Horse trails on lake, borders national forest,                       HFS – DRAFT HORSES                                            ling and weanling colts and fillies. Four to 10 world
Gregorie, distributor for Super Sod and Super-Sod             county water. Exquisite land www.legacyfarmsmc.com                                                                                        grand champion bloodlines each – $800 - $1,600 each.
trees, Aiken,SC. 706-373-0438 Cell, grassman@                                                                                  SHIRE DRAFT HORSES – Selling complete herd of                            Pictures available. sandybottomfarm@alltel.net, 706-
                                                                                                                cross 9/1107   Shire draft horses, bay to black, registered and non-
ddminc.net                                  gregorie 3/807                                                                                                                                              865-5945. Cleveland, GA                       maynard 6/807
                                                              McCORMICK, SC: 10-acre equestrian and estate sites.              registered. Also Arabians and paint cross. Will have
              MISCELLANEOUS                                   Horse trails on lake, borders national forest, county            seven 2006 foals. 715-485-3307. WI          harren 8/1107                TENNESSE WALKING HORSES, Yearlings and older,
                                                              water. Exquisite land www.legacyfarmsmc.com.                                                                                              naturally gaited, gentle dispositions. $1000 and up.
DOG FOOD RECIPES – Easy, healthy, economical,                                                                                               HFS – HAFLINGERS                                            406-222-7536, onehorse@3riversdbs.net MT
make at home recipes. Send $1 and SASE to Luv My                                                                 cross 6/807
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DawgTM, P.O. Box. 12, Williston, FL 32696      lee 5/807      WARNING, LAND BUYERS!! Not all land is created                   HAFLINGERS – Tall, modern type. Austrian bloodlines.
                                                              equally. Before you buy land read this FREE report.              8-year-old mare, weanling colt, yearling filly. Breed                    2 TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE yearling fillies. One
HORSE VIDEOS FOR RENT $15 annual membership,                                                                                   quality. Priced to sell. 704-283-5151. NC       white 7/907              black, one bay. Smooth gait, good personalities. $900
$6 for weekly rental or $15/month unlimited rentals.          Call now to get your FREE land buyers consumer
                                                              report. Free 24 - hour recorded message hotline 1-800-                                                                                    each. Call Matt Eder at 320-679-2568          eder 6/807
visit horseflickvideos.com                johnson 6/807                                                                        2002,14.2H HAFLINGER MARE. Dam: Dixieland WCF;
                                                              936-1840 ext. 8634                           tnrecprop 4/907     dam sire: Winterschon CCF. “Daisy” is cute as a button,
                  REAL ESTATE                                                                                                                                                                                            TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
                                                              BEEF CATTLE AND HORSE FARM – 105 acres in Lee                    under saddle for a year in dressage. Started over
FOR SALE – 5-bedroom, 3-1/2 bath home, in-ground              County, S.C., 70 acres pasture, 35 acres wooded;                 fences, brave and bold, auto lead changes. Call Jodie                      We can usually accommodate classifieds until the
pool, 10-stall barn with arena, round pen, 2 fenced pas-      pond, creek, six waterers; five mare motels; fenced.             Kelly 850-974-8440. FL                          kelly 9/1107               issue is sent to the printer. They will appear in this
tures, 4.92 acres – $650,000. Alicia LeJeune 803-413-         Barnominium, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, bath, porch; other                                                                                            too-late-to-classify category the first month
                                                                                                                               ZABACO – 2004 16H, dark bay with four small whites,
5749. Online tour at www. AliciaSellsColumbia                 side farm shop with 3 horse stalls. Cattle corral; kennel,
SC.com. MLS 189798, RE/MAX Real Estate Services,              two barns, two grain bins, equipment shed, round pen
                                                                                                                               Contango gelding. Easy in the bridle, super manners,
                                                                                                                               schooling first level. Call Jodie Kelly 850-974-8440. FL
                                                                                                                                                                                                        To place your Southeast Equine
5175 Sunset Blvd. Lexington, SC 29072. lejeune 8/1007         and roping arena. Includes FTC tower for income; gov-                                                                      kelly 9/1107   classified ad, call 800-657-4663.
                                                              ernment payments included. $350,000. Also available:
 To place your classified ad, call Elizabeth                  quarter horses, cow-calf herd, tractors, hay equipment.
            at 800-657-4663.                                  803-453-5846, ibrf@hotmail.com.

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                                                                                                                                   CLASSIFIED AND DIRECTORY AD PRICES
OCTOBER                                                       OCTOBER                                                            Classified Ads - 3 issues
20-21   GA – Athens Area Hunter-Jumper Association            26-28    FL – Jacksonville Agricultural Fair 4-H Horse             Up to 20 words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30.00 Each additional word over 20 . . . . . . . .75
        Fall Classic and 20077 Medal Finals, Arena 8,                  Show, Jacksonville Equestrian Center,                                Your classified ad automatically posted on our internet site free of charge
        Georgia Int’l Horse Park, Conyers. 888-860-                    Jacksonville. www.jacksonvillefair.com, 904-
        4224, 770-860-4190 or e-mail info@georgia                      573-3163.                                                 Tack Store Directory - 12 issues
        horsepark.com                                                                                                            Includes 2 lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100.00              4 months minimum for Internet ads
                                                              26-28    VA – Virginia Equine Extravaganza,
20-21   MS – Mississippi Hunter Jumper horse show,                     Richmond Raceway Complex. www.virginia-                   Farrier Directory - 12 issues
        Canton Multipurpose & Equine Center, 501                       horse council.org                                         Includes 2 lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50.00
        Soldiers Colony Rd., Canton. Melissa Daniels,         27       FL – Anual Halloween All-Breed Fun Show,                          _____________________________________________________________
        cmecmelissa@yahoo.com                                          Jupiter. www.GoldCoastArabianHC.Home
20-21   NC – Carolina Ranch Horse Ass’n. Open                          stead.com
        Horse Show, WNC Agricultural Center,
                                                                                                                                 Category Heading __________________________________________________
                                                              27       FL – Florida Reining Horse Ass’n., Ocala
        Fletcher. Tracie Gant, 828-885-8431.                           Equine Center, Ocala. Robert Bond 904-282-
20-21   NC – Eastern Hunter Associatioin Fall Horse
                                                                                                                                  ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ __________
                                                                       8541.                                                                                1                       2                               3                      4                     5
        Show, Senator Bob Martin Ag Center,                   27       GA – Haunted Hollow Hunter Pace, Ashland
        Williamston, 252-792-5802. marlo King 252-                     Farm, Walnut Grove. 770-786-6703, ashland-                 ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ __________
        527-3887, www.nceha.com                                        farm@earthlink.net
                                                                                                                                                            6                       7                               8                      9                    10


21      NC – Friends of the Park Cross Country                27-28    GA – H.J. Fox GHJA Halloween Classic at the                ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ __________
        Schooling Day, Carolina Horse Park, Southern                   Park I and II, Charles Walker Arena, Georgia                                        11                      12                              13                     14                    15

        Pines. 910-246-9808, 888-615-4520.                             Int’l Horse Park, Conyers. 888-860-4224, 770-
        gparkins@carolinahorse park.com.                               860-4190 or e-mail info@georgiahorsepark.com
                                                                                                                                  ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ __________
                                                                                                                                                           16                      17                              18                     19            20 - $30.00
21      VA – Elmington Farm hunter show, Berryville.          27-28    GA – Lanier Equestrian Association fall dres-
        Kathie Hamlin, 540-955-6219, khamlin@visu-                     sage and combined test schooling show,                     ____________ ___________ ___________ ___________ __________
        allink.com                                                     Chicopee Woods Agricultural Center,                                         21 - $30.75             22 - $31.50                     23 - $32.25            24 - $33.00           25 - $33.75

25-28   VA – Virginia Dressage Association Fall                        Gainesville. Dana Ferguson 770-983-3041.
        Competition and Great American U.S.                   27-28    GA – Poplar Place dressage show, Hamilton.                Order Form
        Dressage Association Region 1
        Championships, Virginia Horse Park,
                                                                       Poplar Place Farm, 8191 US Hwy. 27,                              ■ Visa                   ■ MasterCard                           ■ American Express
                                                                       Hamilton. USDF/USEF-recognized. Donna
        Lexington. Diane Boyd 703-777-4846, grey-                      Stegman 706-582-3742, www.poplarplace-
        horse11@earthlink.net                                          farm.com                                                  Account #:                                                        Exp. Date:
26      GA – Nolan Hoof Plate Application School
                                                              27-28    NC – Pine Tree CDE, Southern Pines.
        with Mike Nolan, Farriers National Research                                                                              Your Name: ___________________________________________________
                                                                       Training, preliminary, intermediate VSE. Pony
        Center, Villanow. 706-397-8047 to register.
                                                                       and horse divisions. Linda Johnson 620-627-
26-27   GA – Rick Wheat Noavel Headstall training,                     2324, Ldjohnson50@hotmail.com                             Address: _____________________________________________________
        Farriers’ National Research Center, Villanow.
                                                              27-28    NC – NCDCTA Mainline Dressage Show,
        706-297-8047 to register.                                                                                                City _____________________________ State ______ Zip _____________
                                                                       Senator Bob Martin Ag Center, Williamston,
26-27   GA – Brotherhood of Working Farriers
                                                                       252-792-5802. Kay Whitlock, 910-692-1959,
        Associatioin National Convention, Farriers’
                                                                       www.ncdta.org                                             Phone _____________________________                                                              Total $ ______________
        National Resesarch Center, Villanow. 706-397-
        8047 to register.
26-27   GA – 2-Day Flat Shod Gaited Horseshoeing
                                                                 To include your event in our calendar, give                                Send this form and check to: Southeast Equine, PO Box 279, 125 N. Main St.,
        School with Stan Trimble, Farriers’ National          us a call at 800-657-4663 or e-mail Peg@hors-                               Blue Earth, MN 56013, phone 507-526-4461, 1-800-657-4663 or fax 507-526-4560
        Research Center, Villanow. 706-397-8047.              en around.com by the 10th of the month.                                                                 www.equinemonthly.com
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advertiser                                                 page    Purebred Morab Registry . . . . . . . . . . . . 17               Service Directory (continued)
A Farm Hand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 34           Randy Marion Chevrolet . . . . . . . . . . . . 44                   Horse Flicks Video Rental Service
ADM Alliance Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31              Real Estate                                                         Horses in the South.com
Aiken Steeplechase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9              Alicia Patton Home for sale . . . . . . . . 41                    Independent Equine Agents
Amerdon International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20               Bosshardt Realty, Shingleton, Evans . 40                          Kenny Harlow Training with Trust
Auto Mist Insect Control System . . . . . . . 14                     Century 21, Chad Conner . . . . . . . . . . 41                    Lucerne Farms
Bailey’s Black Widow Farm . . . . . . . .19, 22                      Coldwell Banker, Lynn Cooper . . . . . . . 38                     Mac Mountain Tack Repair
Barns-R-Us . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30         Equestrian Center at Cadence . . . . . . 34                       Penrod Lumber & Fence Construction
Casey and Son Horseshoeing . . . . . . . . . .14                     ERA Polo Group, Cheryl Gonzalez . . . 37                          Ponderosa Trailers
C. Anderson Downunder Horsemanship . 21                              Georgia Property, Walter Terry . . . . . . 41                     Saddle Doctor
Classified advertising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45              Laissez Faire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35         Saddle Room
Cover-All Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18           Long & Foster, Vicky Schiano . . . . . . . .39                    Shuck Fence
County Saddlery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26             Mountain Home Properties . . . . . . . . . .38                    Sundowner Trailers of Aiken
Desert Image Arabians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11                 Prudential Georgia, Jennifer Pawlak . 40                          Totally Horses
Double D Trailers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12             ReMax, Alicia LeJeune . . . . . . . . . . . . 41                  Used Trailers Co.
Dream Street Stallions . . . . . . . . . 1, 24, 25                   ReMax Foothills, Kathy Rogoff . . . . . . .37                     Waxhaw Tack Exchange
East Fork Stables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5            River Club Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . 36              Showcase Horses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42, 43
Florida Equine Capital Expo . . . . . . . . . . .23                  Tennessee Recreational Property . . . . 40                     Star H Equine Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Hoofrite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14     Yes Realty, Bee Stuart . . . . . . . . . . . . 37              Stoltzfus Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22




                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MONTHLY
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Int’l Andalusian & Lusitano Horse Ass’n. . 15                      SageBrush Metal Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46            Suncoast Bedding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Ken McNabb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26          Service Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29         Sundowner of Aiken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Kenny Harlow Training with Trust . . . . . . . 34                    Amethyst Acres                                                 Sundowner of Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6




                                                                                                                                                                                                 SOUTHEAST
L.B.’s Used Cars & Trailers . . . . . . . . . . . . 3                Averett University                                             Trailers of the East Coast . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Lovett Trailers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17        Casey and Son Horseshoeing                                     U.S. Eventing Association . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Lynn Palm Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30              Circle 5 Outfit                                                Virginia Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Monetta Farriers Specialties . . . . . . . . . . . 7                 Equine Cremation Services                                      Willowbrook Equestrian Center . . . . . . . . 33
P.M.U. Rescue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30           Equine Max Software                                            Winkler Structures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Professional’s Choice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13              Farriers Depot Inc.



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