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Alternative Therapies That Benefit Horses And Humans

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Alternative Therapies That Benefit Horses And Humans

Today there are many ways we can help horses perform optimally to keep them sound and comfortable. Just as for human athletes, sore muscles and joints can hinder a horse’s performance. These situations can often be addressed with therapies like chiropractic, massage, and cold treatments to help the body regain better mobility and comfort.

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Flight Path – Paige Rogers

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Flight Path – Paige Rogers

When Paige (Stawicki) Rogers was four years old, she finally received her first horseback riding lesson. “My mom had tried to get me into any other sport–gymnastics or tennis–to steer me down a different path, but that obviously didn’t go as planned! On my eighth birthday, she broke down and got me a Paint Horse,” Rogers says.

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Form To Function

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Form To Function

Examining the Performance and Purpose of Today’s Hunter Under Saddle Horse.

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It Takes A Horse Show To Raise A Child

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It Takes A Horse Show To Raise A Child

They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, that saying could never be truer than in the horse show community. Those who grew up playing hide and seek in barn alleyways and roaming the showgrounds with a band of friends fondly remember exactly what that feels like.
That experience is certainly unusual in today’s modern society. How many other places would a parent be willing to turn their kids loose for a few hours knowing they have the freedom to explore, but knowing they’ll also be safe?

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From The Publisher – Judging By The Book

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From The Publisher – Judging By The Book

The Beatles recorded their hit song, Can’t Buy Me Love, in early 1964. Written by Paul McCartney, this song was the next big hit for the band. McCartney said the song was about the fact that no matter how much money could buy, it “won’t buy me what I really want.” Hence the refrian, “‘Cause I don’t care too much for money, Money can’t buy me love.”

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On The Cover – Gun Smokke

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On The Cover – Gun Smokke

Back in 2008, before a young Cody Parrish could even drive, he was on his way to the Redbud Spectacular with his mom, Candy Parrish of Parrish Quarter Horses in Pavo, Georgia. “Bret didn’t want me to drive the whole way to Oklahoma myself,” Candy explains, “so he had us stop at Masterson Farms and spend the night.” It was there in Somerville, Tennessee where Candy first saw KM Hot Number–who was born that night.

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How To Properly Tie a Hackamore For Perfect Fit and Function

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How To Properly Tie a Hackamore For Perfect Fit and Function

Whether using a hackamore as a training tool at home, or getting a young Western Pleasure horse ready for the show pen, having it tied correctly and adjusted to your horse will either make or break your success with this piece of tack.

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Top Ten Things Judges Hate in Showmanship

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Top Ten Things Judges Hate in Showmanship

When it comes to Showmanship, there are some horse and handler pairs that make the discipline look effortless. They are precise, efficient, correct, and have a special flair that sets them apart from the rest.

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Horse Show Bloopers And Blunders

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Horse Show Bloopers And Blunders

There is seemingly no end to those surreal horse show experiences that are remembered for years, and referred to with laughter by those who hear about them. Horses that run away with exhibitors in classes, a horse and rider performing a beautiful pattern from the in-gate cone instead of the start cone, or getting all mixed up in a trail pattern are just a few of the bloopers many have experienced. While unintentional, they are great for bringing people together to share a laugh and for creating memories of a great show.

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Cases Of West Nile Virus In Horses Are On The Rise

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Cases Of West Nile Virus In Horses Are On The Rise

West Nile Virus (WNV) has been in this country for 24 years. This disease of birds is spread by mosquitoes and sometimes affects horses and humans as end-stage hosts. The virus entered the U.S. in 1999 with birds brought to the Bronx Zoo in New York. It is a common disease in Africa, west Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

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