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Cowboy Campground at Legacy Park, Idaho City – The New Generation

Sometimes, even in the midst of a pandemic one gets a call that is life changing. One Tuesday evening in July, Bob and Sabrina Amidon, received a phone call from a friend. All the caller said, “I know you are avid horse people, did you hear that Cowboy Campground in …

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Old Bits: B.B. Stables, Feature Advertiser March 1996

Our Feature Advertiser Barb Hento of B.B. Stables has been “doing horses” for over 25 years. Barb is a nationally recognized Judge and Show Steward for ASHA and many breed associations. Part of her training included two trips to Mexico to train under the Army officers there. (I’ll bet there …

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Monica Uruchurtu – Making a Positive Difference for Equines and Their People

Photos by Monica Uruchurtu

Monica Uruchurtu is a licensed equine structural integration therapist living in Whatcom County, Washington. She’s been a lifelong horse (and mule) enthusiast, is an avid trail rider, and an Australian Cattle Dog lover. She is so passionate about her work she prefers not to call it a job—it’s her calling. …

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Summer’s Art Studio

Original Paintings and Pet Portraits by Summer Derrickson Meet Summer Derrickson, owner and creator at Summers Art Studio. Her soulful equine paintings share the message of hope and God’s love. Since an early age she has loved both God and horses. Her paintings are a way to express and share …

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Equestrian Living: The Clark County Fair Equestrian Court

Queen Rachel presenting colors. Conerly Photography www.conerlyphotography.com

Making Memories—Queen Rachel Sherrell and Princess Jessica Sayward By Lynn Jenkins An empty arena encircled by overflowing grandstands awaited. . . the crowd quieted as the lights dimmed, and according to Rachel Sherrell, behind the scenes ready to make her entrance as the new Queen of the Clark County Fair, …

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The Best Dog Breeds for Horse Owners – Canine Considerations Should Include Horses, Friends, and Suitability to Ranch Life

Photos by Kim Roe

Drive into any horse place and you’re bound to be met by a dog or two (or three). Horse people love animals of all kind, but dogs are right up at the top of horse people’s list of favorite companion animals along with horses and cats. But what dog breeds …

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A Crisis Brings New Learning – Technology Puts the Northwest Horse Source in Your Hands Wherever You Are

April and Karen at Stonewater Ranch 2013. Photo by NWHS

I believe a crisis is a learning experience. It teaches us to be grateful for what we have and where we can improve our lives. No one saw COVID-19 coming but the horse community has rallied around this situation and figured out ways to manage. I’m in awe of the …

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