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EC Blog: Join the Club – The Hottest Breeze Loses His Battle With His Club Foot

EC Blog: Join the Club – The Hottest Breeze Loses His Battle With His Club Foot

Last time you might have read about Houdini, aka The Hottest Breeze, in August 2021, he had just won a World Championship despite his struggle with his club foot and its complications. Original story from 2021: http://www.equinechronicle.com/how-you-react-when-everything-falls-apart-is-what-defines-a-true-champion/ His owner, Julia Adams, reports that in 2022, that Houdini began to lose ground with his battle with […]

EC Blog Post -From Behind the Mike with Peter Cannizzaro at The APHA/WCHA Halter Million

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EC Blog Post -From Behind the Mike with Peter Cannizzaro at The APHA/WCHA Halter Million

Having a good time here in Fort Worth at the Paint Halter Million show. Wow! Some REALLY quality halter horses!! Fun seeing some of the stallions up close. I’ve been arriving “with the sun” shortly before 7 each day. I had a chance to sit outside a bit this morning, enjoying a little less heat […]

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EC Blog – Crumble or Double Down

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EC Blog – Crumble or Double Down

Don’t Quit By Jamie Walters, at Reining By the Bay A few weeks ago, I had the worst ride of my career. Yes, after six years of showing and thinking surely my worst rides were behind me, I hit a dirt-eating, rock-crunching, graveling-licking show ride that makes me cringe to even think about it. It […]

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EC Blog – A Tribute to 2022 NSBA Hall of Fame Inductee A Certified Edition

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EC Blog – A Tribute to 2022 NSBA Hall of Fame Inductee A Certified Edition

By Kristin Martin I wanted to share this letter because my horse was such a huge part in cultivating who I am today. Tonight he was honored by being inducted into the NSBA Hall of Fame. With Brady’s recent relapse we weren’t able to make it to celebrate this incredible achievement with everyone in person. […]

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For All The Kids Who Did Not #GetThatGlobe

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For All The Kids Who Did Not #GetThatGlobe

By Michelle Bowman For all the kids who did not #GetThatGlobe, I see you. I was you. I know how incredibly hard you worked to get to the world show. All the shows that it took to qualify to compete. All the practices and preparation to be ready. All the little details that you finessed […]

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EC Blog – Bell and Me

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EC Blog – Bell and Me

A short meeting in 1982 between Don Everett and Wayne Bell becomes the birth of the custom flatbed industry and the legendary 40-year history of Western Hauler, Inc. By Don Everett “Niche” is a buzz word those self-starters and entrepreneurs overuse. “Find your niche,” they spout when advising the up-and-comers how to set the world […]

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From Oops Baby to Overall High Point Champion

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From Oops Baby to Overall High Point Champion

  By Abbie Luther Everyone loves a feel good story, and this is definitely one of them. Echo is known as the ”oops baby.” A $900 grade Appaloosa pony ended up with your average quarter horse that was not gelded. The barn drew straws on who would call my mother and break the news.  11 […]

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Youth Are The Future

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Youth Are The Future

I can still remember my first open show at age 7.  I slept in my show clothes because I was so afraid, I would not wake up in time, only to not sleep a single minute that night from sheer excitement.  My mom French braided my hair so tight, that it hurt to think and […]

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Why Am I Here Again? A Heartfelt Amateur Blog

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Why Am I Here Again? A Heartfelt Amateur Blog

By Wendy Brown This ridiculously expensive, time sucking hobby is NOT for the faint of heart. It will take a toll on your skin and bones. It will damage your bank account and potentially take you away from family who may begin to wonder if you love your horse more than them. It will test […]

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Seeing a Trend: Oversimplified Patterns?

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Seeing a Trend: Oversimplified Patterns?

As an amateur and long-time showman, I personally prefer a pattern that has at least enough difficulty that I feel I’m able to exhibit the hard work that has gone into training and preparing my horse, and that I can get my monies worth. By showing at breed shows, I expect a higher level of challenge than I would see at an open show. I don’t believe I’m alone in this. Horsemanship patterns should ask for more than what a Western Pleasure class asks for on the rail. Equitation should ask for more than a Hunter Under Saddle class. Showmanship should have at least one pivot. I don’t believe that novice classes should exhibit on the exact same patterns, or almost identical, to an amateur or older youth. In my humble opinion, there should be some additional challenge to the patterns in an amateur or older youth class. An amateur pattern shouldn’t look like a walk-trot pattern with a lope portion added.

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