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In the last six months, our world has changed drastically. COVID-19 has changed everyone’s plans, to put it lightly, and many have been stuck inside. Equestrians everywhere are reworking schedules that would normally be packed with summer competition, expos and large clinics. But with recent…

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Far Forest Clydesdale Ranch in Amboy welcomed its newest foal at 2 a.m. on Tuesday, May 12, after an 11-month gestation period. The new foal adds to the ranch’s award-winning Clydesdales. The foal's mother, Belleau WS Regal Renee “Rain,” was born at Warm Springs Ranch, the Budweiser Clydesda…

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The Washington State Horse Expo, taking place March 6 through March 8 at the Clark County Event Center in Ridgefield, will feature beautiful horses, nationally-ranked horse trainers, an equine marketplace, kid-centric activities and Alina Stasik with her horse Bubba, a professional theatrica…

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Horses are strong animals that have been relied upon for centuries to fill various roles. Once a primary mode of transportation for humans, horses also have helped farmers tend to their crops and entertained millions on the racetracks.

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When one thinks of a quilt, images of fabric, woven squares and warm winter nights come to mind. Through a process known as patchwork, a quilter sews many different fabrics together to create blocks. 

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For the past 27 years, the Latigo N’ Lace drill team has been riding high in Clark County. This year, the team of women took home five first-place awards in three drill categories at the Clark County Fair and received overall first place for the drill team competition.

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Amboy Saddle Weekend is back for its 11th annual year this Labor Day Weekend, giving out saddles and raising money for the Amboy Territorial Park. Starting with a Jackpot 4D Barrel Race on Friday, Aug. 30, riders and spectators can expect a weekend of jumping, racing and more. 

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According to a 2019 survey by the Clark County Executive Horse Council, owners are facing an increase in equine-related expenses, both direct and indirect. The survey contains a total of 675 responses from equine (horse or members of the horse family) owners around the county.