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A Horseman’s Horseman – Jeffrey Pait

A Horseman’s Horseman – Jeffrey Pait

To be good at selecting and preparing Halter horses, a horseman must not only see all the tiny details, but also be able to evaluate and manage those fine points. AQHA Professional Horseman Jeffrey Pait has proven that he’s one such horseman. When asked what brought him to a love of and lifetime career spent training horses, he immediately refers to his upbringing.

Developing Positive Relationships Within a Competitive Equestrian Community

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Developing Positive Relationships Within a Competitive Equestrian Community

There are not many industries in which the producers are also the consumers. The connectivity of all the different levels of stakeholders within equestrian sports are so intermingled.

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Using Online Knowledge to Benefit Horses in Uganda

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Using Online Knowledge to Benefit Horses in Uganda

Rwese is full of ambition to gain knowledge that will help develop programs to improve horse welfare in Uganda and reduce unnecessary vet bills that could stifle the growing industry. She says that Uganda is humid most of the year and many stables own horses that may not be a good “genetic” fit for the environment thus the interest in the online Genetics course at Guelph

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2019 Appaloosa World Show- Celebrating 30 Years in Fort Worth

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2019 Appaloosa World Show- Celebrating 30 Years in Fort Worth

The nine-day event consisted of 85 Non-Pro and 97 Open classes, as well as 37 specialty classes hosted by Appaloosa Cutting Horse Association (ApCHA), Appaloosa Reining Horse Association (ApRHA), Appaloosa Halter Futurity (AHF), Appaloosa Pleasure Horse Association (ApPHA) and the Appaloosa Game Horse Association (AGHA). Participants who took part in these classes showcased the skills and abilities of their horses while also receiving cash and prizes. Throughout the course of the show, 2,200 entries were shown. Classes with the most entries included Non-Pro Ranch Riding and Senior Trail, with 31 and 33 entries respectively.

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Color Breed Congress Attendance on the Rise by 27%

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Color Breed Congress Attendance on the Rise by 27%

“The ranch horse classes have definitely grown in popularity over the years,” Bilke said. A total of 142 ranch horse entries with 40 horses and 64 exhibitors competed in the ranch horse class. “Exhibitors can watch for more ranch horse classes at the 2020 Congress.” 

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Tammy Bradshaw – Paving Her Own Way

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Tammy Bradshaw – Paving Her Own Way

Tammy Bradshaw may be best known as a generous philanthropist and wife of football star, Terry Bradshaw, who quarterbacked the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League before becoming a sports analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. However, she’s also making a name for herself as a force to be reckoned with in the show pen after taking up equestrian competition four years ago. She may have changed from being the horse-crazy kid, who kept her horse in the backyard on two acres, to a poised competitor with hundreds of horses on her 700-acre ranch, but this dedicated horsewoman still maintains a refreshing enthusiasm and appreciation of her horses and her success in the sport.

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Raising Financial Grown-Ups – Who Pays the Show Bill When a Youth Becomes an Amateur?

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Raising Financial Grown-Ups – Who Pays the Show Bill When a Youth Becomes an Amateur?

While they may be adults, legally, many young amateur exhibitors have a long way to go before they are truly self-reliant, especially when it comes to their finances. Horses are expensive, and showing requires a sizable income. Most young adults don’t start out making enough money to afford horses without their parents paying the bills.

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AQHA World Show Collegiate Judging Contest Results

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AQHA World Show Collegiate Judging Contest Results

During the 2019 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show, Kansas State University took home the title of AQHA collegiate horse judging world champions in the senior college division, while Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College claimed the world title in the junior college division.

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Happy Thanksgiving! EC is Thankful For You

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Happy Thanksgiving! EC is Thankful For You

Here at The Equine Chronicle, we are thankful for each and every one of you and for the opportunity that we have to capture your beloved memories and promote this sport that we all hold so near and dear to our hearts.

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Survivors: One Year after a Horrific Trailer Accident, Three Teams Achieve World Champion Titles

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Survivors: One Year after a Horrific Trailer Accident, Three Teams Achieve World Champion Titles

One Tragedy + Three Special Ladies + One Resilient Trainer = A Remarkable Success Story

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