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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. 

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For those looking to explore on horseback, the Rock Creek Horse Campground has opened up two new trails to ride on. Both stemming from the original 26-mile Tarbell Trail, the Silver Shadow Trail and Six Sense Trail offer riders new ground to “hoof-it.” 

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Nearly a year ago, local equestrian Anita Will opened up an art gallery in the halls behind Urban Basics in Battle Ground. On display are canvases bearing landscapes and cars, but most prominently featured is Will’s greatest passion — horses.

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Most of Washington’s ocean beaches and several Washington state parks allow equestrian activities, including sections of State Parks’ long-distance trails. A handful of park concessionaires also rent horses and mules and offer guided rides.

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Top 10 results by the La Center High School Equestrian Club from a meet in Elma over the weekend of Feb. 22-24.   

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Almost two years ago, author Wendy Tinker made a quiet retreat from the hustling-bustling Shoreline area to a secluded, arboraceous cabin just outside of Roy. She needed to get away. But most of all, she was looking to refocus her attention toward a young adult novel she was writing.