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Multi-Breed Events- The Shows of the Future?

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Multi-Breed Events- The Shows of the Future?

The number of competitive equestrians who currently own or are actively seeking to own horses with multiple registries has grown significantly within the last five years. In addition, trainers all over the country have horses of multiple breeds within their programs. In the past, I know of many trainers, who really remained faithful to a single breed association of horses and/or client base.

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Getting a Jumpstart in Horse Judging

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Getting a Jumpstart in Horse Judging

Especially if you’re presiding over high-profile shows, you must be a person that those organizations are willing to stand behind, and you must always live by their rules and ideals. “If I mess up, I have to be held accountable,” Rising underscores, adding that continuing education is often required to maintain your status as a judge.

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In Loving Memory of CR Overtime

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In Loving Memory of CR Overtime

By: Nancy Boyer Latimer This is “Ricardo,” or CR Overtime. He was my grandpony, and the love of my daughter, Lindsay’s, life. Present at his birth, she didn’t know at the time that he would be hers. When the gift of the greatest love was presented to her by dear friends, the dream began. Ricardo […]

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How Much Protein Does Your Horse Really Need?

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How Much Protein Does Your Horse Really Need?

Mom needs plenty of protein too: a lactating mare is not only attempting to maintain her own body condition, but especially in early stages, she is providing all the protein to the foal through the milk as well. This is one of the reasons it can seem difficult to keep a mare in good body condition around foaling and as she begins lactating.

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The Wall of Memories

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The Wall of Memories

To most, this is just the typical horse trainer’s office wall that you see in almost every barn. But to me, these backdrop photos and arena shots remind me of why we decided to capture them as keepsakes. Our walls are full of triumphant moments and “remember that time” moments in the show pen. People often wonder why so many people stand alongside of a rider in win photos. It’s because it truly takes a village. From emotional to support to financial backing to just being your friend and confidant.

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Behind the Scenes- 2020 APHA World With Makenzie Preston

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Behind the Scenes- 2020 APHA World With Makenzie Preston

Check out some behind the scenes photos from the 2020 APHA World Show, courtesy of EC intern- Mackenzie Preston. If you’d like to share photos from a show near you, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Equality in the Equine Industry

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Equality in the Equine Industry

A horse is a horse, but within the color breed associations, not all horses are created equally.

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We Will Survive- Resiliency and Sustainability in the Equine Industry

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We Will Survive- Resiliency and Sustainability in the Equine Industry

No other sport has managed to rebound to the same degree, or to create alternative means of engagement, to the likes of the horse show industry in the recent months of the COVID-19 pandemic. No other group has reconfigured, and regrouped as quickly, nor as seamlessly as the competitive horse show industry.

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How Much Weight Can a Horse Carry?

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How Much Weight Can a Horse Carry?

By: Sara Huffman How much weight can a horse carry? In my experience, a horse can carry an infinite amount. They can carry the weight of broken hearts, broken homes, and broken bodies. Countless tears sometimes comb their tangled manes. There are moments when parents and friends cannot be there to help and hold a […]

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NSBA World Unaffected by New Fair Park Restrictions

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NSBA World Unaffected by New Fair Park Restrictions

“We are closely monitoring the COVID19 pandemic as it pertains to the show and to Oklahoma. NSBA will continue to work with the facility, state and local authorities in preparing for the event to move forward as planned while keeping the safety of our exhibitor as utmost importance.”

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