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Family First – Jason Smith Earns Inaugural WCHA Be Like Bruce Award

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Family First – Jason Smith Earns Inaugural WCHA Be Like Bruce Award

Mentorship. Ethics. Integrity. Sportsmanship. These are just a few of the qualities outlined in the criteria for the first “Be Like Bruce” award, created by the World Conformation Horse Association (WCHA) to honor the late Bruce Walquist and recognize a professional in the industry who emulates Bruce’s most beloved qualities.

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NSBA President Kevin Dukes

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NSBA President Kevin Dukes

Kevin Dukes did not grow up in a horse family. But that didn’t stop him from making his way onto the back of a horse as soon as he could. “I was the weird one in our family. No one could understand me or why I was so driven to have a horse,” says Dukes. At age 13 he got his first job and used the money he earned to purchase his first horse.

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From The Publisher – The Reasons We Have Horses

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From The Publisher – The Reasons We Have Horses

Click here to read the complete article 14 – May/June, 2024 By Tom Grabe As we discuss article topics for each issue of The Equine Chronicle, we have particular goals in mind. We strive to have a mix of articles that are topical, educational, informative and inspirational. Sometimes we succeed in meeting all those goals […]

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On The Cover – Coool Hand Luke

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On The Cover – Coool Hand Luke

When Vincent Van Gogh said, “For the great doesn’t happen through impulse alone and is a succession of little things that are brought together,” his words were reminiscent of creating a masterful work of art.

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Turning Technique – Teaching The Turn

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Turning Technique – Teaching The Turn

All eyes were on Dan Huss and Ms Dreamy in the Senior Reining Finals at the AQHA World Show last year. Many came to their feet to cheer for a run made famous by a bridle malfunction, resulting in an unplanned bridleless run.

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Sarah Rose Jons – Passion, Dedication, And Wisdom Beyond Her Years

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Sarah Rose Jons – Passion, Dedication, And Wisdom Beyond Her Years

Lots of little girls are enamored by horses, but few have the opportunity, passion, and dedication to make their dreams a reality. But once horse-crazy little girl and now 14-year-old Sarah Rose Jons has done exactly that, riding her way to becoming the 2023 L2 and L3 Youth 13 and Under Ranch Riding World Champion. Now, with her laser-focused determination, she’s ready to ride into the 14-18 arena.

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A Sound Economic Investment – The Pre-Purchase Exam

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A Sound Economic Investment – The Pre-Purchase Exam

A horse seldom comes with a money-back guarantee. That is why it is so very important to complete your due diligence investigation before you make the purchase and take possession of a horse. And, while many equine professionals can help you evaluate the merits of a particular pedigree or performance achievements, only an experienced equine veterinarian can help you determine the physical condition and overall health of an animal.

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Cool Jobs – More Than A Paycheck – Part Two

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Cool Jobs – More Than A Paycheck – Part Two

Clock-in and read about three more cool jobs exhibitors have while earning more than a paycheck. Most view time spent away from the workplace as a well-deserved break or vacation–especially if they’re headed to a horse show, where the hard work isn’t really considered work at all.

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Pros And Cons Of Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs For Horses

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Pros And Cons Of Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs For Horses

Humans and horses share some of the same ailments like painful arthritis, swelling and discomfort from injuries, sore muscles, etc. that can benefit from anti-inflammatory medication. Ste-roids can relieve pain and swelling, but have some adverse side effects, especially if given frequently. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) are more commonly used. Humans often self-treat with Advil, ibuprofen, aspirin, etc. and horse owners frequently use Banamine, Phenylbutazone (Bute) and some of the newer equine NSAID products for their horses.

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A New Approach To An Old Malady: The Latest In Orthobiologics

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A New Approach To An Old Malady: The Latest In Orthobiologics

Researchers are looking at how to use a horse’s own body to battle osteoarthritis.

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