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From the Winner’s Circle at FL Gold Coast

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From the Winner’s Circle at FL Gold Coast

“We try to do the bigger, more prestigious shows, as well as the ones where the kids can come to the shows. So, we pick and choose the events when we can all be together. We don’t go to shows as much as we have in the past, so we try and make it count when we do.”

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EC Photo of the Day- Life is a Party!

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EC Photo of the Day- Life is a Party!

“Life is a party. Dress for it.”- Audrey Hepburn Thanks to Maggie Nipper for sharing this super fun photo of Expect It, aka “Piper,” looking especially fancy in Pleasure Driving attire. Photo courtesy of Avid Photography. If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Remembering Carol Harris – A Fearless Horsewoman

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Remembering Carol Harris – A Fearless Horsewoman

On August 7, 2021, the horse world lost a vibrant member with the passing of Carol Harris at the age of 98. To say she used every single one of those years to the fullest would be an understatement. Harris was a fearless horsewoman who loved her family, friends, dogs, and horses. Harris transformed the Quarter Horse world with her famous stallion, Rugged Lark, and helped mentor and inspire countless horsemen through the years. She was passionate about breeding for quality in both her beloved Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses, and the influence from Bo-Bett Farm in Reddick, Florida will be felt for generations.

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Research to Improve Survival of Horses with Diarrhea and Critically Ill Foals 

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Research to Improve Survival of Horses with Diarrhea and Critically Ill Foals 

A current OVC resident study showed 3 to 4 out of 10 sick foals admitted for emergency procedures do not pull through.  Gomez explains, “One aim of this study is to provide data to support evidence-based protocols and the development of guidelines for fluid therapy in critically ill foals to help reduce mortality rates.”

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Happy New Year! Tips For Successful Goal Setting

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Happy New Year! Tips For Successful Goal Setting

The difference between a dream and a goal is having a plan that will take you there. In order for goals to be successful, they need to be specific and measurable.

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Bringing the FUN Back to Horse Shows

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Bringing the FUN Back to Horse Shows

What’s the meaning of fun? It seems like an easy question. Fun is enjoyable, amusing, or entertaining.
We can all say we have fun at horse shows because we enjoy the people, the horses, and striving to reach goals. We’re entertained by watching others compete in classes and swapping stories around the stalls.

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