Where Horsemen Meet

October 6-8, 2017 - Norco, California

Horsetrader Breed Pavilion


Animal Health Solutions

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BackCountry Horsemen

BCHA are men and women who belong to a national non-profit organization. We are a 501(c)(3) serving 194 local and state chapters across the country. Our grassroots members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values—lead BCHA organizations throughout the United States. BCHA chapters are active in 31 states consisting of roughly 13,000 members who are dedicated to keeping trails open for all on our public lands. Our chapters work closely with trail partners and local land management agencies to clear and maintain those trail.  The BCHA will be on hand offering a few different demonstrations about Packing, Leave No Trace, A typical site camp and possible some Dutch Oven Cooking...we will just have to see what they got up their sleeve.


Bureau of Land Management

Joe Misner - Mustangs

Joseph P. Misner was the 2014 Champion of the Extreme Mustang Makeover, Norco competition. Joe has competed in 13 Extreme Mustang Makeovers, which include the Special invitational Mustang Magic top ten trainer’s competitions, 4 times. He has placed in the top ten, 9 out of 13 mustang makeovers. Joe has been a T.I.P. trainer for the Mustang Heritage Foundation for the past 8 years, helping mustangs find forever homes. He has been training B.L.M. mustangs for over a decade, and has owned, trained ,and shown several breeds of horses for over 30 years. Joe is dedicated to helping America’s wild horses and horse owners achieve their highest potential by using natural horsemanship techniques and learning leadership! He believes we can make a difference one mustang at a time!

Joe is currently the Training Manager at the Sacramento County, Rio Consumes Correctional Center helping inmates and wild mustangs start new lives.


Mary Debono

How Debono Moves Helps

Conquer Fear, Improve Performance & Partner Joyfully

Do you want a sound, happy horse? Do you want to be a confident, skillful horsewoman?  Through unique hands-on exercises and fun, positive training, Mary Debono helps horses and humans of any age be balanced and confident in mind and body.

  • Engage the hind end and round the back easier
  • Eliminate stiffness, back soreness and other discomforts
  • Improve flexibility and the ability to bend in both directions
  • Make tacking up a pleasant experience for even “girthy” horses
  • Promote long-term soundness by reducing strain on joints and muscles

Just like humans, horses develop inefficient habits of moving, with some of the joints and muscles doing more than their share of the work. Soreness, fatigue and degenerative changes such as arthritis can be the result. Debono Moves can be a way out of this vicious cycle.

Debono Moves uses gentle, precise touch and movements to remind the horse how all his parts can work together harmoniously, improving body awareness, athletic performance and confidence.

In a career spanning more than 25 years, I have helped horses with a multitude of problems.  To list a few, I have helped: stiff horses become more flexible; tense, resistant horses relax and enjoy their work; “girthy” horses find pleasure in being saddled (yes!); and dressage horses have more swing and impulsion. In short, I help horses maximize their movement potential.

Website: www.debonomoves.com



“Circle D Ranch is home to 17 Draft horses ranging in age from 4-16. We have 5 different breeds of draft horses represented which include, Belgian, Brabant, Percheron, Clydesdale and Shires. The horses perform a range of roles at the Disneyland Resort including, pulling the Horse Drawn Street Car on Main Street, U.S.A., pulling the Cinderella Coach for our Fairytale Weddings, and preforming in various special events at the Disneyland Resort along with various city parades. 

Circle D has approximately 60 cast members who provide all care and training of the horses.”


J.T. Garoutte

All American Trailer

J.T., Service Manager at All American Trailers will be presenting Trailer Maintenance discussing things you need to be aware of, when  you are in the market for a trailer...Buyer Beware, things to look for when purchasing from an owner/seller.  Horse trailers are not RV's, they carry livestock, and there is more to it then kicking the tires and checking if your lights are working.  Women, this is a great opportunity to learn some basic information, and men...there is no shame in not knowing everything about everything.  Come learn from a professional who has seen one to many trailers who could have prevented a disaster, just by having a good and proper maintenance plan. 

All American Trailers Inc. is located on 6th Street in Norco, just down the hill from the George Ingalls Equestrain Event Center. It is nice to visit the differnt trailers manufactures when you attend a "Horse Show" but it will be nicer when you come to our event and you can look at 100's of trailers on the same street. All shapes and sizes...need service? Norco can accomidate that too!


Wendy McEuen

Riverside Community Hospital

Wendy will be conducting a seminar "Accidents w/Horses and Preventing Traumatic Brain Injuries" This would be a vauluable presentation for all you 4H groups, Jumping Barns and just you good ol' trail riders.



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Casey Warren Crabtree

Casey Horse Grooming - Body Clipping

When I was 11yrs old I wanted my horse clipped, so my mom bought me clippers! Happily my old mare was an angel and let us girls learn & practice on her. I continued perfecting my talent on the rent string at our barn in Palos Verdes. I worked for an agent at the race track, prepping horses for sales. Here I learned how to survive the crazies by working quickly! 

When I moved to Norco in , what started as a side business, to suppliment my income and be available for my daughter and her school & sports schedule, I started Casey's Horse Grooming. The rest is sort of history.....27yrs later Casey's Horse Grooming is a full time, almost year round job that I love!! Hundreds of State, National and World Championships in all breeds and disciplines. 

Website: www.facebook.com/casey.warren

Phone: 951-294-7505


Dr. Wan

Socal Equine Hospital

What Are We About?

At, Southern California Equine Hospital, we understand that the relationship between a person and their horse is extremely special. People need and want a place they trust to put the needs and care of their horse first. At SoCal Equine Hospital, we understand that, and offer a full surgical and medical facility that provides cutting edge and progressive technologies for diagnosis and treatment in any situation. Working with you to help your horse feel better, perform better and stay healthier.

We know that managing your horse is a team effort and we would like to be part of that team, whether in a supporting role to assist your veterinarian through consultations, emergency assistance, shared technologies, and advanced surgical or medical procedures or as your primary veterinarian.

Our Mission

  • To impact both the equine veterinary profession and equine welfare locally, regionally, nationally and internationally through our commitment to excellence to our patients, clients and other equine professionals.
  • To offer the best diagnostic capabilities, services, education, research and communication with compassion to positively impacting our patients and their owners.

Dr.  Paul Wan is a Broad Certified Equine Surgeon with over 18 years experience. Dr. Wan has performed 1000’s of surgeries over the years.  He is well versed in all major fields of surgery, soft tissue, orthopedics, laparoscopic, laser. Along with his surgical interests, he has spent many years honing his skills as a lameness expert.  Dr. Wan is well versed in diagnosing and treating all types of lameness problems.  He has sought out on a continual bases to learn from the best in the country as well as around the world.  This has given him a highly respected reputation among his peers and clients.  Dr. Wan is an active member of AVMA, ACVS, AAEP, CVMA, and ISLEP