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Best of America by Horseback from Las Cruces




Steve Edwards, nationally known mule/horse trainer and clinician with Pearl.


NATIONAL TELEVISION SHOW AND EQUINE TRAINER COMING TO LAS CRUCES
 
Best of America by Horseback television show will be creating a new television series based on a five month horseback trail ride from Mexico to Canada. Las Cruces is the official host city, where the riders will be gathering for a kick off celebration and parade.  The group will be staying at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds during the weekend of April 24-26, 2009.
 
Trail Master and Host Tom Seay will introduce Steve Edwards, nationally known mule/horse trainer and clinician, to the show series.  Steve will be doing demonstrations for the public and will also be available throughout the weekend for private sessions at the fairgrounds.

Steve Edwards brings over thirty-three years of experience educating and training equine, rider’s and the general public about general horsemanship/mulemanship, horse/mule training, mule packing and gamesmanship.
 
 Tom Seay said, "We are so pleased to have Steve's incredible talents showcased with us.  His ability to relate to any level rider on virtually any equine topic is quite impressive." 
 
Best of America by Horseback's Mexico to Canada Trail Ride will start at the border at Santa Teresa, through Las Cruces and up through Hatch as it continues on through Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota reaching the Canadian border the first week of September.
 
Steve Edwards can be reached for comment or to schedule private work sessions at www.muleranch.com or via phone at 602-999-6853.  Tom Seay can be contacted at www.bestofamericabyhorseback.com or via phone at 540-829-9555.
 

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