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Kissing Spine: No Longer a Career Ending Diagnosis

Kissing Spine: No Longer a Career Ending Diagnosis

It began as a hitch in the gelding’s get-along, so to speak. The nagging short step in his hind end persisted. Then, when he was put on a longe line in a circle, he demonstrated what horsemen describe as being “dead lame.”  But when the 2007 AQHA gelding, Lopin For Hours, aka “Chevy,” straightened out, he would appear to be sound…

At the AQHA World Championship – November 14, 2019 with the G-Man

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At the AQHA World Championship – November 14, 2019 with the G-Man
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Earn Your Spurs

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Earn Your Spurs

Throughout the centuries, spurs have been intertwined with humans and their unique relationship with horses. They have been buried with their owners or given as offerings to the gods. They have been bestowed as a high honor, and they have been the symbol of triumph. Even today, they continue to be a representation of status, culture, and achievement. Yet, every time a horseman straps on a pair of spurs, there is a fine line between effective communication tool and unintentional weapon.

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Kinesio Tape For Horses? – When Muscles Need Extra Support

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Kinesio Tape For Horses? – When Muscles Need Extra Support

You can’t watch a sporting event nowadays without seeing top athletes and even Olympians sporting multi-colored tape that adorns their bodies with odd patterns. The tape isn’t a fashion statement. It’s kinesiology tape that has gained a lot of popularity in the past 10 years. Just as with most other therapeutic modalities for humans, it’s now just starting to gain traction for animal athletes.

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At the AQHA World Championship – November 11, 2019 with the G-Man

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At the AQHA World Championship – November 11, 2019 with the G-Man
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Sea Ridge Farms Proudly Introduces AQHA Stallion – Fortunateson

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Sea Ridge Farms Proudly Introduces AQHA Stallion – Fortunateson

Patty Vatterott knows horses. This hard-working professional horsewoman and owner of Sea Ridge Farms in Wellington, Florida, grew up on horseback, following her father’s footsteps into the Quarter Horse world. Rising through the youth, amateur, and professional ranks, Vatterott developed a keen eye for quality.

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Capital Quarter Horses, LLC – It’s All In The Family

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Capital Quarter Horses, LLC – It’s All In The Family

As a young woman, Susan Albertson was busy competing on the high school and amateur rodeo circuits in southern Colorado. If someone had told her then that her future family would someday be the owners and operators of one of the most well-known breeding and equine facilities in Texas, you’d probably have knocked her boots right off. But that’s exactly where her life would lead.

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Drug Testing – Keeping It Clean

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Drug Testing – Keeping It Clean

We all dream of that moment in the spotlight when all of the long nights, early mornings, miles traveled, and hours spent at the barn lead to being the last one standing in the arena. It’s a moment that keeps many of us going when we want to quit. In those tough moments, that dream is enough to push us to work a little bit longer, sleep a little bit less, and continue to put in the hours necessary to achieve victory. We imagine our horse having a neck ribbon fastened tight and the feeling of taking a victory lap in front of a cheering crowd.

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Bit Troubleshooting

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Bit Troubleshooting

The search for the right bit is an ancient one. Archeologists now speculate that humans probably became equestrians at least 6,000 years ago, and riders have spent the intervening millennia trying to figure out how best to communicate with their horses. Early bits were made of vastly diverse materials, such as animal horn, bone, wood, sinew, rawhide, and rope. The appearance of metal bits coincides with the Bronze and Iron Ages, roughly the time between the 8th and 14th centuries BC.

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Around the Rings – Appaloosa World Championships

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Around the Rings  – Appaloosa World Championships

Click here to view more fun photos from around the rings at the Appaloosa World Show.

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