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2019 OQHA Hall of Fame Inductees

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2019 OQHA Hall of Fame Inductees

The Oklahoma Quarter Horse Hall of Fame was created in 2005 to recognize outstanding individuals, horses, ranches or businesses whose contributions involving the American Quarter Horse significantly impacted the great state of Oklahoma’s equine industry. This event is dependent on the generosity of donors who acknowledge those contributions with financial support.

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2019 AQHA Level 1 Championship Eligibility Details and Schedules

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2019 AQHA Level 1 Championship Eligibility Details and Schedules

The 2019 AQHA Central Level 1 Championships is April 10-13 at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City; the 2019 AQHA West Level 1 Championships returns April 17-20 to the South Point Equestrian & Events Center in Las Vegas; and the 2019 Nutrena East AQHA Level 1 Championships is May 1-5 at the World Equestrian Center in Wilmington, Ohio. Exhibitors can compete at only one Level 1 Championships each year.

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AQHA Introduces New Exhibit- Horsemen of the World

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AQHA Introduces New Exhibit- Horsemen of the World

Horses play a unique role in cultures and communities around the world. American cowboys, Mexican charros, Argentinian gauchos, riders of the Royal Spanish Riding School, breeders of Arabian racehorses, South African ranchers, Australian stockmen, plainsmen of Mongolia, dressage competitors of Germany and jockeys in the United Kingdom, all share a passion and love for the horse.

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EC Photo of the Day- Snow Day

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EC Photo of the Day- Snow Day

Today’s EC Photo of the Day features this adorable pair having a fun snow day in Camden, Ohio. Caroline Truster, age 4, and her pony, Patches, don’t mind that it’s a little cold. Every day is a good day for riding your horse! Photo courtesy of Elaina Truster. If you have an EC-worthy photo, email […]

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Is There a Parasite Resistance Crisis Brewing?

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Is There a Parasite Resistance Crisis Brewing?

The overuse of dewormers brings with it increasing likelihood of even larger equine internal parasite populations that have developed resistance to current dewormers on the market.

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EC Photo of the Day- A Pair of Unlikely Friends

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EC Photo of the Day- A Pair of Unlikely Friends

Today’s EC Photo of the Day comes from Kris Huebsch and features a pair of unlikely friends. Tommy the cat and American Quarter Horse, According to JR, are trying to stay warm on a below zero day in Northern Minnesota. 

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Mustang Magic Competition Comes to Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo- Jan. 24-26

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Mustang Magic Competition Comes to Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo- Jan. 24-26

The competition will feature 16 men and women who will be showing mustangs that, just months earlier, were roaming wild on the ranges of the American West. With only 100 days with which to train their animals, these horsemen and women will astound fans with the skills and talents of their formerly wild horses. Trainers hail from across the nation from California to Connecticut, with two from North Texas including Ginger Duke of Springtown, TX and Riva England of Caddo Mills, TX. Also returning will be 2018 Champion Cavin Graham of Lafayette, Georgia.

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APHA Partners With Junior American Rodeo to Expand Opportunities for Youth Aboard Paints

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APHA Partners With Junior American Rodeo to Expand Opportunities for Youth Aboard Paints

The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) and the Junior American Rodeo (Jr American) have partnered to bring even more excitement to youth equestrians. At the 2019 Jr American Semi-Finals taking place February 27 – March 3, APHA will offer a $2,500 bonus to the highest placing Paint Horse. In addition, there will be a $2,500 bonus to the highest advancing Paint Horse to the American Semi-Finals.

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Results From 2019 BCQHA Mini-Circuit

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Results From 2019 BCQHA Mini-Circuit

Congratulations to some of the big winners at the show!
Junior Trail- Party Favours/Will Knabenshue (Chayer, Doyle, Clay) 
Amateur Trail- Rageous Blaze/Lacee Keller (Chayer, Doyle, Clay, Smith, Pipkin, Pipkin)
L1 Western Riding- Uptown Never Sleeps/Shannon Gillespie (Chayer, Doyle, Clay) 

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Horse Behavior and Safety Online Course For Teens and Adults

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Horse Behavior and Safety Online Course For Teens and Adults

Horse language is typically subtle. Ever notice how one horse can move the others away from a food source in the paddock simply with a look? Humans do not always pick up on this subtle body language. A cranky look with flattened ears when an ill-fitting saddle is applied often goes missed or dismissed. A horse that resorts to kicking may be turning up the volume on signals that have been ignored for quite some time. So we need to ask ourselves, does this horse kick for no reason?

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