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EC Blog – Finding a Silver Lining In the Clouds for Ayvah and Zippos Little Tuf

EC Blog – Finding a Silver Lining In the Clouds for Ayvah and Zippos Little Tuf

  An EC Blog by Jenny Guetchidjian: “I would like to share Ayvah Guetchidjian with you all,” says Jenny Guetchidjian. “Ayvah is my stepdaughter and she is four years old, turning five next month. Yesterday was to be her very first horse show, a local open show. She was going to show Leadline through the Beaver […]

EC Blog – Litte Girl Horse Dreams Never Die

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EC Blog – Litte Girl Horse Dreams Never Die

An EC blog by Joan Ames Little girl horse dreams never die.  She never stops looking for the pretty horse.  The talented horse.  The one that will take her to the winner’s circle.  But there is a lot that gets in her way.  School.  Job.  Relationship. Marriage.  Children. Just life in general.  She puts it […]

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AQHA Blog: Squeakie

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AQHA Blog: Squeakie

From the AQHA Blog: By Suzanne Couch I have been showing over 35 years with AQHA and other shows. Over my 35-plus years of showing, I have seen tons of horse show dogs, but only three horse show cats and one of them was mine. May of 2008, I acquired a kitten from a local farmer. The kitten was […]

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The Courage and Will to Live of Cow 9035

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The Courage and Will to Live of Cow 9035

  An EC Blog by Loyning Angus: Something pretty amazing happened today. One of my very favorite cows, 9035, never came off the winter range. The last time I saw her was sometime around Thanksgiving. She had just vanished without a trace. I spent the better part of a day hunting for her on a couple […]

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EC Blog – Raising A “Horse Girl”

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EC Blog – Raising A “Horse Girl”

Raising A Horse Girl Written by Kara LaBrie @ourfitchfarm   Recipe for raising a “horse girl” …….   You bring them home from the hospital and instead of keeping them home you let them breathe in the smell of horses every chance you get….   Then at a few months old you prop them up in […]

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Horses and the Solar Eclipse

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Horses and the Solar Eclipse

By Megan Arszman for Tough1.com Horses and the Solar Eclipse If you’re a fan of our social media, you may have seen our annual April Fool’s Day post. In case you didn’t, it looked a little something like this: JT International, the parent company of Tough1, is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, and if you’re a […]

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I Try – An EC Blog by Jessica Straus Boppe

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I Try – An EC Blog by Jessica Straus Boppe

I think we are all feeling the loss of two young professionals. Beneath the smiles, the pictures with tricolors, and the palpable excitement, there often lies much that remains unspoken. I’ve experienced my fair share of highs and lows. A month ago, events left me pretty down. Lately, I’m stoked for what’s to come! Life […]

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EC Blog – The Hamstring, aka “The Glitch”

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EC Blog – The Hamstring, aka “The Glitch”

By Ashton Brandt Author Ashton Brandt was given a freshman writing assignment to write about a life changing event but with a twist (hence the title, The Glitch). She wrote the story of her heart horse, Zip, tearing his hamstring last year prior to the Pinto World Championship Show, but she allowed Zip to tell […]

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EC Blog – To All the Students We’ve Loved Before

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EC Blog – To All the Students We’ve Loved Before

EC Blog by Cecily Clark and Matt Brown of East West Training Stables in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania   To all the students we’ve loved before (past and present), There’s a lot we’ve worked on together over the years, and many lessons we hope you’ve learned as our students. Many technical, many philosophical, and many that […]

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EC Blog: Understanding Why Sharing Screenshotted Images Equals Theft

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EC Blog: Understanding Why Sharing Screenshotted Images Equals Theft

  From Kelsey Keathly of Norfleet Marketing & Photography Hey y’all! Let’s talk about something near & dear to my heart: sharing screenshot images from a horse show. If you’ve never worked as a horse show photographer, you may not truly understand everything that goes into the job, and why we say that you cannot […]

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