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The Horsemen’s Corral Magazine serves the horse industry in OH, KY, WV, PA, MI and IN with the most comprehensive source of equine marketing that includes Print, Radio, and Social Media plus nearly 100 personal appearances by our own Professional Equine Announcer. The Horsemen’s Corral is “Your One Source for the Horse”!


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IMG_9183After years in the making, Cashmans Horse Equipment is proud to introduce the world’s first stainless steel manure spreader. Cashmans, a dealer for Millcreek Manufacturing for over 20 years, has built a great relationship with the engineers at Millcreek who design and fabricate the spreaders. Over the years, feedback from customers—both positive and negative—is regularly communicated between the two companies. The latest collaborative effort has resulted in the creation of what is being termed ‘The Ultimate Manure Spreader.’ Cashmans and Millcreek are proud to introduce the Millcreek SS Series—a stainless steel version of their already popular spreader line of products.

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BLH8E29VHarrison Ford once again recognized at annual Featherlite Dealer meeting

Featherlite Trailers recognized Harrison Ford Inc. of Wellington, Ohio, at its 2014 Dealer Awards Banquet on February 18, 2014. The awards banquet was held during the annual Featherlite Dealer Meeting in Rochester, Minn. Honored dealers were presented awards for sales growth, service and performance achievements for the 2013 sales year. Featherlite has a dealer network of over 190 dealers across the U.S. and Canada.

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Mary Road to HorseIt was a photo finish at the Kentucky Horse Park after a historic showdown which brought the crowd to their feet as a Cinderella story unfolded. Canadian Wild Card Jim Anderson captured the Ram Trucks Wild Card Championship and ultimately the 2014 World Championship of Colt Starting title.

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Notes From Inside The Corral (April 2014)

Kelsie and Carlos at MichiganI’m very proud of the young lady in the picture accompanying my editorial. This is my daughter Kelsie, and what a fine little horsewoman she has become over the years. This year my editorials have mentioned Kelsie’s journey with horses beginning with therapeutic riding and then advancing to riding her own horse without any side-walkers in the arena. When Kelsie lost her horse, Mr. Slick, to cancer, she also lost her desire to ride. It has been three years now and Joe and I miss Kelsie joining us in the arena and on the trail. We’ve gone through ups and downs to find Kelsie the right horse, one she can love and trust like Mr. Slick, but luck has not been on our side. I would sometimes think, it’s just not meant to be.

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