JUNE 2007 REINING HORSE ISSUE

CONTENTS

Raining Stallions - Krisean Performance Horses

History Comes Alive on the Old Stage Trail in Ferry County

Ride The West Has It’s Best Year Ever

On The Edge of Common Sense - by Baxter Black - Cows & Goats

Palm Partnership Training™ - Respecting The Rider’s Upper Body Form - Part 3 - Lynn Palm

4-H is Where Kids Are. 4-H is Whatever Kids Need by Sarah Puthoff

Real Estate: Safe Driving Tips for Do-It-Yourself Movers


UPCOMING ISSUES

January
Ronald McDonald
Gallop

February

Paint

March
Quarter Horse

April

Arabian

May

Reining Horse

June

Gaited Horse

July

Fjord Horse

August

Trail & Recreational Riding

September

Ride the West

October

Miniature Horse

November

Open Breed

December

Open Breed

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Safe Driving Tips for Do-It-Yourself Movers

(ARA) - Moving anything can be a big job. And, driving the rental truck can look daunting at first.

To ease your mind, Penske Truck Rental offers a few helpful tips:

Get Oriented. Familiarize yourself with the truck’s switches and gauges, be sure to note if the gas tank is on the driver or passenger side. Properly adjust the side mirrors for maximum visibility. Give yourself enough time -- you may even want to pick up your truck a day early. And, rest assured, your Penske rep will help you feel comfortable with your truck before you start your trip.
Awareness is Key. Be aware of bridges, tree limbs and low overhangs like canopies at service stations, fast food eateries and drive-up ATMs. Keep in mind that since the recommended maximum speed for a loaded truck is 45 miles per hour be extra cautious when passing other vehicles.

“Trucks are taller, wider and may weigh up to 10 times more than the average car. We want our customers to be safe and to realize greater overhead and side clearances and stopping distances are needed when traveling, especially when the truck is loaded,” stated Art Vallely, senior vice president -- rentals, Penske Truck Leasing.
Extra Protection. “Most insurance and credit card companies won’t cover truck rentals under existing policies,” Vallely said. If yourinsurance company is among them, consider signing up for additional coverage options to protect you and your belongings. Options like a limited damage waiver relieves the renter of any loss or damage to the truck or towing equipment, regardless of fault. Also worth considering are cargo, supplemental liability, personal accident and towing insurance. Feel confident knowing that Penske offers 24/7 emergency roadside assistance, at no charge, with all of its rental trucks.
Look for more moving tips online at www.GoPenske.com.

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