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Spring Fling Carriage Drive

Start Date: 06/01/2017
End Date: 06/04/2017
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Kentucky Horse Park

Lexington, KY

(931)492-0154
http://www.nationaldrive.net

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4-H Horse Tack Sale

Start Date: 02/25/2017
End Date: 02/25/2017
Start Time: 9:30 a.m.

Hamilton Middle School
4845 136th Avenue
Hamilton, MI

Diane Kamps
(616)260-5779
dkamps@frontier.com

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12th Equine Health & Hoof Clinic

Start Date: 04/22/2017
End Date: 04/22/2017
Start Time: 9 a.m.

Dakan Arena

Beverly, WV

(304)636-8363

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P.A.S.

Start Date: 06/26/2016
End Date: 06/26/2016
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Union County Fairgrounds

Marysville, OH

http://www.facebook.com/sizzlinsummercircuit

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Start Date: 01/23/2016
End Date: 01/23/2016
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Ruggles Arena
2651 Township Road 155
Cardington, OH

Jordan Buck
Igottagooddun@gmail.com

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Harrison County OHC State Ride

Start Date: 06/13/2014
End Date: 06/15/2014
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Harrison State Forest
State Route 9
Cadiz, Ohio

(330)771-0072
harrisoncountyohc@gmail.com

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Start Date: 03/08/2014
End Date: 03/08/2014
Start Time: 05:15 pm

Peebles Elementary
700 Peebles Drive
Peebles, Ohio

Tim Applegate
(513)260-2918

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Used Tack Sale

Start Date: 02/23/2014
End Date: 02/23/2014
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Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
164 Eastland Road
Berea, Ohio

Anita Cook
(440)877-0706
acook@ofbf.org

http://www.ofbf.org/counties/cuyahoga

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The Role of the Outside Rein

Terry Myers
by Terry Myers

Anyone who has ever ridden with me knows that I preach the importance of the outside rein to the point where my wife says when I die she is going to put on my tombstone ‘More Outside Rein.’ You hear and read about the importance of getting a horse soft in the bridle and giving to the bit laterally. Most people focus on this so much, that they actually get the horse forehand heavy because they never take their training to the next step. Don’t get me wrong, getting a horse that will give to the bit is a very important step in training a horse. Once a horse is soft in their neck and their body (gives the ribcage and you can push the hip to the inside), it’s time to go to the next step…the outside rein.
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Start Date: 01/11/2014

End Date: 01/11/2014
Start Time: 05:30 pm

American Legion Hall
1338 Claremont Avenue
Ashland, Ohio

Emily Scott
(419)685-0761

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Bobbie as a spectator2In Search of Mr. Slick

Brrrrrr! What a cold finish to fall and start to winter. I always write my editorial just a couple of days before we send the current month’s issue of the Corral to the printer. So right now, we are between snow storms, Christmas is next week, (of course I’m not ready), and it’s cold! I’m not just cold when I’m outside; I’m cold inside too. If it were summer I’d be turning the air conditioner down to 70. But in the winter, it’s all I can do to stay away from the thermostat so I don’t turn it up to 72, or 3 or 4. Why is that?
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Horse Auction conducted by Ralph Brown, Ohio Department of Agriculture Auction License #57199978099. November 2, 2013. 5824 Abiding Way, North Madison, OH 44057.

Auction begins 11am, preview at 10am. For details, photos and info on horses, go to http://charles-photo.com/CaromereSale/index.html

Also contact Ralph Brown at JoralStable@aol.com 440-667-3249 or cstroombeek@roadrunner.com

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Terry Myersby Terry Myers

In my opinion, a horse can’t buck, kick or rear up if they are relaxed and square in their shoulders. Most performance problems; loping too fast, lead issues, bad reining spins, knocking over barrels in barrel patterns are all symptoms of shoulder problems. Last month we talked about things the rider can change to help correct shoulder problems. In this article we will talk about how to get your horses’ shoulders relaxed, now that you know how to sit properly in the saddle.
What we are going to talk about in this article should be very easy. However, don’t be surprised if you have trouble applying these techniques. As I always say, your instincts can be your own worst enemy.

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Rodeo Voice

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