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Leave the Judging For The Arena

Leave the Judging For The Arena

If you’re skinny, you’re starving yourself. If you’re fat, you need to lose weight. If you leave your hair gray, you’re getting old. If you color your hair, you’re trying to act young. If you’re dressed up, you’re conceited. If you’re dressed down, you’ve let yourself go. If you speak your mind, you’re rude.

Show Your Own Horse- Cutting Competitor Defends Western Pleasure

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Show Your Own Horse- Cutting Competitor Defends Western Pleasure

Being a competitor in any equine-related sport, how can we be so quick to bash another discipline and not admire it? It may not be our cup of tea, but someone put countless hours into training that animal to perform one specific job.

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New Blood- Change in the Equine Industry

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New Blood- Change in the Equine Industry

“People turn over, new blood comes in and shakes things up. Old ways get changed, and new becomes old. It happens all the time, all over the place. Ultimately, change is inevitable. Some of our industry’s greatest success stories have come on the wings of change.”

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Why Do We Show Horses?

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Why Do We Show Horses?

There is something else though- a love, a fire, a passion that’s intangible to anyone that doesn’t have “it.” We do the crazy things we do because it’s what we know, and we don’t want to imagine a life without it. The love for our equine partners can’t be described in enough words.

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My First AQHA Level 1 Championship Show- With Abby Bruno

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My First AQHA Level 1 Championship Show- With Abby Bruno

“In my opinion, I think what made my experience at this show different from other shows was the fact that my fellow competition was more than willing to offer words of advice to me, in addition to future show goers as well. They opened up about their true thoughts on the show.”

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9 Things I Have Learned Showing Horses

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9 Things I Have Learned Showing Horses

4. Don’t watch others in the warm up ring and start changing what you have been doing. If you see something cool, or you want to step up your game, that’s homework for after the show!

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Western Wear Fashion Tips

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Western Wear Fashion Tips

How to style an outfit around your horse’s color:
– RED horses (sorrel, chesnut, red roan): red-toned horses pair well with soft, earth tones like gold, rust, or brown.
– BLUE horses (bay, gray, black, blue roan): horses with a blue base look great against bright colors.
– YELLOW horses (palomino, buckskin): any color choice is flattering against nude-toned horses.
– Wearing black, ivory, or blue/green shades compliment every color of horse.

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Conquering the Equestrian’s Fear of Change- A Two Part Series

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Conquering the Equestrian’s Fear of Change- A Two Part Series

“I can’t help but think about myself and my friends who have moved on to new horses, new training programs, changed breed organizations, left the industry for various reasons, and who feel the industry has let them down in some way.”

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FAQ’s About 2019 AQHA Rule Book

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FAQ’s About 2019 AQHA Rule Book

How Many Horses Can I Show? All Age Open- A total of 4 horses can be exhibited (no age stipulation), Junior or L1 Junior- 3 horses may be shown, Senior or L1 Senior- 3 horses may be shown, Leveled classes- A total of 4 horses may be shown (no stipulation on age), Leveled Rail classes- Example- If the L2 and L3 Senior WP are not concurrent, you can show 1 in the L2 and another horse in the L3. If concurrent, only 1 horse can be shown.

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Becoming a Horse Show Mom… to My Son and Select Mother

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Becoming a Horse Show Mom… to My Son and Select Mother

“In this new role as a horse show mom, both to my infant son and select mother, I found myself more nervous watching her than when I was in the boots and blinged out jacket myself.”

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