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EC Photo of the Day- Colorful Canadian Cutie

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EC Photo of the Day- Colorful Canadian Cutie

“Chani” was born January 2nd and is by The New Tallent and out of A Private Invitation. She is proudly owned by Caylee and Connie Webb of Alberta, Canada.

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Iowa QH 2019 Breeder’s Futurity Auction Gearing Up For Biggest Sale Yet

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Iowa QH 2019 Breeder’s Futurity Auction Gearing Up For Biggest Sale Yet

You don’t want to miss out on this one as the Iowa Quarter Horse 2019 Breeder’s Stallion Service Auction is gearing up for one of the biggest auctions in recent history. Over 100 of the nation’s finest stallions will have their services up for bid January 26, 2019. 

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EC Photo of the Day: First Foal of 2019 For Too Sleepy To Zip

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EC Photo of the Day: First Foal of 2019 For Too Sleepy To Zip

“This cutie is Too Sleepy to Zip’s first foal of the season. It is out of Lilly Larue, an Invitation Only bred mare. Lilly Larue is a maternal sister to my youth partner, Too Sleepy to Chip, making this a family affair! We have owned both Too Sleepy to Chip and Lilly Larue since they were yearlings!”

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Qualification Procedure For Reining, Cutting, Cow Horse Classes For 2019 APHA World

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Qualification Procedure For Reining, Cutting, Cow Horse Classes For 2019 APHA World

Qualifying for the APHA World Show is easy: just attend two APHA-approved events (which can include the ones noted below) during the qualifying period, June 1, 2018–June 3, 2019. If an exhibitor doesn’t attend at least two events for qualification, they can pay a $1,000 fee per show (up to $2,000) as “pay to play” World Show qualification. Only participation in the events—never points earned—factors into qualification.

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Measuring Foal IgG: How and When

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Measuring Foal IgG: How and When

“This lack of maternal transfer of immunity is somewhat of an evolutionary drawback, leaving foals highly susceptible to threatening infections, especially, pneumonia, joint infections, and sepsis,” noted Kathleen Crandell, Ph.D., a Kentucky Equine Research nutritionist.

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APHA Announces Two, New National Championship Events in 2019

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APHA Announces Two, New National Championship Events in 2019

The inaugural APHA Western National Championship Show is scheduled for October 16–19 at the South Point Arena & Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Final 2018 Year-End Point Standings For OQHA

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Final 2018 Year-End Point Standings For OQHA

Check out the final year-end point standings for 2018 for the Ohio Quarter Horse Association. If you’d like for your club’s show results to be listed on EquineChronicle.com, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com. Open points Amateur points L1 Amateur points Youth points L1 Youth points Youth World Show Team points Youth Congress Team points Results by show Points […]

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Epic 30+ Hour Trip to Florida Winter Circuit For AQHA Trainer and Clients

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Epic 30+ Hour Trip to Florida Winter Circuit For AQHA Trainer and Clients

When he left his home in Ontario, the temperature was -30 Celsius, or -22 Fahrenheit. Contrast that to the current temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit currently in Tampa, and Blair was facing not only a 30+ hour drive but would also undergo a 102 degree temperature difference!

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OQHA 2018 Year-End Award Winners

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OQHA 2018 Year-End Award Winners

Congratulations to the Oregon Quarter Horse Association 2018 Year-End Award Winners! The year-end awards celebration will take place January 19th at the Willamette Valley Country Club. If you’d like to have your club’s show results shared on EquineChronicle.com, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.    

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2019 Oregon Summer Classic Moves to Rolling Hills Center in CA.

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2019 Oregon Summer Classic Moves to Rolling Hills Center in CA.

The show name shall remain the Oregon Summer Classic. The name is rooted in the deep history the show has as a top AQHA show and is owned by the Oregon Quarter Horse Association – the State of Oregon affiliate of the American Quarter Horse Association. The OQHA Board of Directors is reviewing the year-end award requirements to ensure that our membership is able to qualify for year-end awards. The verbiage of the requirements is under review to ensure that it allows for qualification. Award qualification for circuit awards at the Oregon Summer Classic shall remain as is from years prior. The QHEAC Summer Show is a pre-show and not included in award qualification for circuit awards.

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