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Welcome to our #worstgate contest for Twitter users only.  For the whole month of November, we will give away 1 in stock Guardian or HiQual General Duty gate of the winners choice for every 500th follow.  What that means is each time we hit 500 new followers we will pick the WORST GATE  picture submission from anyone that is following us during the timeline that the group of 500 took to build and award them with a new gate.  Enter as many pictures as you like, retweet us often, follow us, like us, quote our tweets and help get us followed across Canada.  As with any contest, there are rules that we all must follow, here are ours.

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Galvanized Stock Tank Pool News

    So you have been thinking about getting a GALVANIZED STOCK TANK POOL, you know that they have been the new worldwide rage these past few summers and you really like the look.  So whether you call it a “hillbilly hot tub”  a “redneck pool” or a “stock tank pool” you can not deny that they are a fun, impressively simple rustic throwback to the good old fashioned country lifestyle and it would look incredible in your backyard right over there, go ahead and look out your window where it is going to go, it’s ok.  Galvanized stock tank pools look AMAZING inside and out and when a good one starts around 175 bucks, they are as attractive to your wallet as they are to your eyes. This new trend is bringing out A LOT of questions so we thought that putting an article together to answer the most common questions would help.

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Summer series starts NOW!


Our MANE man (Spartan) isn’t so MANE anymore 🙁   …  Moving up to higher divisions forced his long flowing mane to be CHOPPED. Don’t worry big guy, everyone still thinks your handsome.

The first summer show at Meadowlark Stables was very rewarding. Spartan, placing very well in 2 divisions with 1 first, 2 seconds, 3 thirds a fourth and a sixth along with division champion ribbon gave Cadence a good start to this series.

We have decided to ride in 2 summer series shows at the 2′ 3″ and 2′ 6″ height, then if all goes well move up to the 3′ level for the winter series next year. It is going to be interesting to see how far this team will go.


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