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Silver Dollar Circuit- Daily Stride- Life Shows us Victories in Many Ways

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Silver Dollar Circuit- Daily Stride- Life Shows us Victories in Many Ways

After the treatment, they were hopeful, and the six month check proved that she was in remission. A sigh of relief could be heard across the horse community. But, the good news was short lived, and, six months later, at her next check up, an all too familiar scene played out, and back into surgery she went. This time, 97 lymph nodes were removed from her right side and 76 from her left.

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Silver Dollar Circuit- 5 Tips to Maximize Benefits of Class Leveling

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Silver Dollar Circuit- 5 Tips to Maximize Benefits of Class Leveling

Tip #4- from Kellie Hinely- “If there are not many horses in the Level 3, and the Level 2 and 3 are run separately, then the Level 2 exhibitors will count towards the point total for the Level 3. For example, if there were 14 in the Level 2 and 6 in the Level 3 then first though fifth would receive points in the Level 3, unlike the Level 2 where only first through third would receive points.”

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Blog From the RMQHA Bell Ringer

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Blog From the RMQHA Bell Ringer

The 2019 show season is in full swing as the beginning of March approaches fast. But before Sun Circuit, tucked in the stadium arena at the National Western Stock Show Complex in Denver, Colorado, the RMQHA Bell Ringer Circuit took place.

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Silver Dollar Circuit- The Daily Stride- Nothing But Fun

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Silver Dollar Circuit- The Daily Stride- Nothing But Fun

“We need to keep in mind that not everyone shows horses to win a gold trophy or a silver buckle. Not everyone shows to win $100,000 or a new trailer. We must remember that state championships are valuable to many people. We need to realize that some within the sport (me included) would like to have a ribbon won at a local show handed to us in the ring and not to have to retrieve it from a box in the makeup ring or show office. We must address the fact that not everyone is concerned about qualifying for the World Show. Some people, many in fact, go to horse shows to have fun, blow off some steam, and see their friends. This is hard when a show has 100+ classes and runs 18 hours a day.”

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Horse Shopping – 11 Tips For Success

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Horse Shopping – 11 Tips For Success

Very few sellers will “hold” a horse while you decide if the horse is right for you. From experience, I have made this mistake early on with a buyer that was SURE she wanted my horse. Almost three weeks later, she changed her mind. In the meantime, several other potential buyers had found their horses. Offer a deposit to hold, otherwise, expect that the seller will take a good offer and not delay.

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Silver Dollar Circuit- The Daily Stride- Showing the Industry Some Love

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Silver Dollar Circuit- The Daily Stride- Showing the Industry Some Love

There are many times when our horse show family pulls together to help in a pinch, whether that is as simple as borrowing a brush, holding a horse while you run to grab your number, or throwing your horse some hay. Today, we went hunting for some of these great stories of sportsmanship and found some selfless tales that shows the professionals in this industry really do have each others’ backs in a pinch.

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The Impact of Social Media On The Equine Industry

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The Impact of Social Media On The Equine Industry

Social media has the power to lift up, promote, and enhance the smallest of competitive equestrian events, while simultaneously to destroy events, or people, within a very small window of time.

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Horse Show Fashion- Show Shirt Stripes

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Horse Show Fashion- Show Shirt Stripes

This year is all about stripes. Vertical stripes. They started to appear a few years ago, mostly in youth classes, but 2019 saw a boom of designers reproducing all day shirts with stripes.

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Happy New Year Means Happy Horse Show Shopping!

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Happy New Year Means Happy Horse Show Shopping!

I think a good quality, clean, well-shaped hat can really make the difference. People see you in the show pen for a few minutes. They don’t know your story, your love for your horse, your hard work, or your passion. A shaped hat immediately gives a professional impression. If you’re an adult rider, your head isn’t going to grow anymore, so a good hat is a great investment that will last many years. I purchased my hat in 2009, and I still show in it.

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What Horse FOR SALE Ads Really Need to Say…

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What Horse FOR SALE Ads Really Need to Say…

Learning to jump? That’s okay! Seven will only jump fences HE feels you are ready for!

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