On The Right Lead January 2020


And, here we are in a new decade!

New years are always a time for resolutions, memories and fresh starts. No matter what your 2020 plans are with your horse, may it be a great year! Rainbow is here to support you, in all of your endeavors, with high-quality feed, supplies and information from our experienced staff. Whether you are trotting down a trail, or racing around an arena; loading up for a road trip to a big show or just grooming your old friend in the barnyard, may 2020 bring you and your family – two-legged and four – the best of everything!

Check out the After-Holiday Clearance Sale starting January 2 in all Rainbow stores! Spring merchandise will start arriving soon, and we need room! Take a huge discount off of a selection of jackets, sweatshirts and other winter wear, gift items and holiday decorations. Items vary by store so check out the Clearance racks when you visit your local Rainbow, America’s Country Store.


There are not a lot of equestrian activities in the middle of winter, but you can kick 2020 off with a bang at the Lake County Horse Council’s January Jamboree Equine & Wine event, January 17th and 18th at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Lakeport. On Friday night the 17th, feast on a catered BBQ Tri Tip and Chicken dinner, while enjoying music by country musician Tom Drinnon. Get your tickets NOW (they’re selling out fast!)  On January 18th from 2 to 8 PM, check out the Equine & Wine event for Educational Talks, Tack Swap, Vendors, Demos and food, beer and wine! Vendor booths are still available. This is a fun way to get your “horse event fix” and learn about all that Lake County has to offer horsemen. Get more information on the LCHC Facebook page, or contact Debbie James at 707 338 1014, or email dell104993@aol.com. This is the 4th Annual January Jamboree – Equine & Wine event, and Lake County Horse Council is going all out! Be there!

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PurinaIf you’re wondering, “Do horses get cold in the winter?” the answer is yes. However, even horses in cold climates can fare quite well during the winter months. With proper diets, exercise and access to appropriate water and shelter, they will make it through comfortably and be ready to get back to work when the weather allows. As cold weather approaches and temperatures drop, horse owners need to consider how to care for horses in the winter. During the cold season, make sure your horses receive proper feed, water and shelter to stay healthy and comfortable. Read More …


Resolutions – We make ’em and we break ’em! Share your horse-related resolution and be entered to win a $15.00 Rainbow Gift Card! Going to enter that big contest? Buy a new horse? Learn a new discipline? Spend more time on the trails? Share your 2020 resolution and be entered in a random drawing for the Rainbow Gift Card! Or, share your horse’s resolution!

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Resolutions may be shared here in the next On The Right Lead Newsletter- no identifying information will be shared.

Happy New Year!

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