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#RoadToYouthWorld- Behind the Scenes at Boot Camp

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#RoadToYouthWorld- Behind the Scenes at Boot Camp

Reid drills us on parts and pieces of the patterns, but we try to avoid putting everything together until right before we leave, so that our horses don’t anticipate the patterns.

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Emmy and Golden Globe-Winning Actor, William Shatner, to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award From NRHA

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Emmy and Golden Globe-Winning Actor, William Shatner, to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award From NRHA

 William Shatner cultivated a career spanning over 50 years as an Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor, director, producer, screenwriter, recording artist, author and horseman. He is one of pop culture’s most recognizable figures, and for his contributions as a horseman, horse industry promoter and philanthropist, NRHA is proud to honor him with the Dale Wilkinson Lifetime Achievement Award.
 

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Equine Lameness For the Layman

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Equine Lameness For the Layman

With hundreds of illustrations, dozens of charts, and in-depth explanations, EQUINE LAMENESS FOR THE LAYMAN provides readers a complete course in observing, identifying, and decoding equine lameness. To further clarify important points and lessons in training the human eye to recognize equine lameness, over 100 video case studies are referenced throughout and can be accessed with a simple scan of your smartphone.

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EC Photo of the Day- Never Too Early to Start

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EC Photo of the Day- Never Too Early to Start

Check out this teeny-tiny competitor, 2-year-old, Sadie Grace, showing APHA gelding, Cool Hotrod, at the country fair! It just goes to show that it’s never too early to start.

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Celebrate National Day of the Cowboy at AQHA Headquarters Today

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Celebrate National Day of the Cowboy at AQHA Headquarters Today

A highlight of the event will be the chance to ride an American Quarter Horse. This event has given more than 1,400 children in the past eight years the opportunity to experience their first ride on an American Quarter Horse.

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Bradshaw Family Welcomes AQHA Stallion, Extremely Hot Chips, to the Herd

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Bradshaw Family Welcomes AQHA Stallion, Extremely Hot Chips, to the Herd

“My wife and I are excited to have the opportunity to buy such an incredible animal. I cannot thank Joan Schroeder enough, as well as my son-in-law, Scott Weiss, for putting this deal together. We’re excited to move forward and expand our horizons into the Quarter Horse Western Pleasure industry.”

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Results From 2018 Gordyville Futurity and Shootout

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Results From 2018 Gordyville Futurity and Shootout

Click on the links below to view results from the 2018 Gordyville Classic Futurity and Shootout, July 19-22, which included six S/C AQHA shows, NSBA Futurity classes, and the always popular Shootout events. Michelle Tidwell, Mike Hoeppner, and Will Knabenshue judged July 19-20 and Stephen Stephens, Terry Cross, and Jeff Allen judged July 21-22. PublicationRpt719 PublicationRpt721

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Results and Around the Ring Photos- IPHC Fun In The Sun

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Results and Around the Ring Photos- IPHC Fun In The Sun

Click on the links below to view results from the Iowa Paint Horse Club’s Fun In The Sun that took place July 21-22. Thanks to Beth Foster-Hattan for great photos from around the rings. 7/21 7/22

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Equestrian Positivity- Breaking Down Stereotypes in the Horse Industry

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Equestrian Positivity- Breaking Down Stereotypes in the Horse Industry

I have heard it said that breed shows are “pricing people out.” That is somewhat true, but not for the reasons you may think. The stereotype that upper level breed shows cost more money is correct, however. Facilities, judges, show staff, ect, all cost money. The larger the event, the more money it cost to put it on.

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Can Horses Learn From Other Horses On TV?

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Can Horses Learn From Other Horses On TV?

Most film is displayed in 24 frames per second (measured in fps/hz), which is the minimum, or critical flicker fusion (CFF), that appears to flow realistically to humans. No research has been done on the CFF of horses, but the CFF of sheep seems to be over 80 hz (Ezra-Elia et al. 2014), and it’s commonly known dogs require 70 hz, cats 100 hz. This means that normal human TV is too slow to make sense to our companion animals, and appears in a “picture, black screen, picture” sequence.

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