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I Did Not Want To Ride

I Did Not Want To Ride

I did not want to ride tonight. I did not want to go outside. I did not want to tack up my horse. I did not want to longe him. I did not want to climb on. I did not want to ride.

Exploring Select World at its New Location!

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Exploring Select World at its New Location!

While on one of my excursions, (code for I’m lost and trying to find the barn) I found the American Miniature Horse Association is here having their World Show. So, I stopped in for a few minutes and watched.

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Learn to Walk Before You Run

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Learn to Walk Before You Run

There is an assumption that only wealthy people engage in equestrian sports. Well, according to 2018 reported statistics, the joys of owning, showing, and riding horses are shared among all levels of the American people’s income bracket.

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The Recipe For Success? Push the Limit Until You Fail

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The Recipe For Success? Push the Limit Until You Fail

There is a recipe for success, and it’s not a road paved with perfection. It’s a very bumpy road, sometimes paved, often with potholes.

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It’s My Turn Now

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It’s My Turn Now

I think this is worth sharing for other mothers out there. Mothers who think it’s over when their kids grow up and move out of the arena. I think there are probably more mothers out there who need to know that maybe it’s their turn now.

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CHAMPS Riders Compete For Their Own Accolades at APHA Zone One Show

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CHAMPS Riders Compete For Their Own Accolades at APHA Zone One Show

Like all equestrians, these riders are excited to be at a show and hear their names announced over the loud speaker. Winning a ribbon or buckle is a testament to the hours of hard work they have put in. Remembering a pattern is a win, not only for the rider, but for a trainer, parents, and the village that tends to stand on the sidelines when these exhibitors compete in an event.

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My Trip to NSBA World 2019

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My Trip to NSBA World 2019

Thanks to Ruth Gray for sharing some great photos from her trip to the 2019 NSBA World Championship Show. If you’d like to share your around the ring photos, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com for consideration.

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My Debut as a Horse Show Mom

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My Debut as a Horse Show Mom

Last weekend, I made my debut as a barn mom as my daughter made hers as a first-time 13 and under competitor. Today, I’d like to share a few thoughts and mostly my thanks about the experience.

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I Don’t Ride Horses Anymore, But This is How They Prepared Me For Life

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I Don’t Ride Horses Anymore, But This is How They Prepared Me For Life

“You look through pricked ears and see an endless world of possibilities ahead of you. Some are good, and some are bad; but, on the back of a horse, nothing else matters except you and your communication with this animal. It’s a mutually dependent relationship. You need the horse to carry out commands, but you also have to listen to the horse’s body cues and needs so that they can understand and trust you.”

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5 Things I Wish Someone Would’ve Told Me About Showing Horses…

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5 Things I Wish Someone Would’ve Told Me About Showing Horses…

When I first started showing in patterns, I thought that my maneuvers had to be perfect, and the rest of the pattern wasn’t too important. It didn’t matter if my circle was perfectly round or ended on the wrong angle, as long as it looked good and his lope was nice, right? Wrong!

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