Great News for the Equestrian Community in AZ


                                  NO MORE SALES TAXES ON LIVESTOCK FEED IN ARIZONA        


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Verde Valley Equine Fest

Verde Valley Equine Fest

Verde Valley Equine Fest to return this April COTTONWOOD — Verde Valley Equine Festival is gearing up for another blockbuster event, having already been acclaimed by Arizona’s many equestrian communities. The 2016 Verde Valley Equine Festival, designed to showcase and …

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Winter Scene 2016

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Horse in Kiddie Pool

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Horses Help Vets

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Meet California Chrome

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Dressage Test

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Horses Fall Through Ice

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Lone horse goes for a little swim

Lone horse swimming across a pond

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Slaughter Debate on Navajo Reservation

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Fall & Winter Hunting Season Safety Tips

Continued from Facebook post: • Make noise—put a sleigh bell on your horse’s breast collar or your stirrups. Or you might sing or talk to your horse. Carry a whistle should you need to sound an alarm. • Don’t ride …

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