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First-Timers Share Their Experiences From APHA World Show

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First-Timers Share Their Experiences From APHA World Show

“I was getting emotional for other people. There were some riders that I was crying for that I had never even met. Youth walk-trot kids had me in tears, because they were so happy for receiving fifth place. It was truly a beautiful thing.”

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In Loving Memory of Glowin Easy

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In Loving Memory of Glowin Easy

There will never be another Glowin Easy. I will never love another horse, another best friend, as much as you. One day, I will see you again, and we will lope along a fence line together for forever; just Alex and Shorty, exactly how it always was.

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Tips For Developing Smooth Transitions

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Tips For Developing Smooth Transitions

“First, you want to collect your horse, and then ask for the transition. Don’t mash the gas and have the horse take control of you. You’re in control of the horse. If you ask for the transition the same way every time, you and your horse will have a mutual understanding. With that, you will continue to progress as a rider.”

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Behind the Scenes at NOQHA Summer Six Pack With Heather

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Behind the Scenes at NOQHA Summer Six Pack With Heather

Thanks to Heather Susan Duer for some fun snapshots from the NOQHA Summer Six Pack show. If you’d like to share your show photos, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Tips For Staying Away From Barn Drama

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Tips For Staying Away From Barn Drama

“You cannot change what people think, or want to think, nor can you control what people can say about you, your trainer, your barn, or your peers. But what you can do is to ignore it and look at it from a different angle.”

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Owning Animals…. It’s A Lot

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Owning Animals…. It’s A Lot

Most people will never see or understand the behind the scenes of owning animals. It’s not all glamour shots and cute, fluffy animals. It’s work and a lot of it. I hope to share some small insight of what goes into it.

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The Missing Piece

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The Missing Piece

I came to realize that Kismet has the missing piece of Tallie’s star! Thinking that maybe I was losing my mind from lack of sleep, I made a collage of the girls’ headshots and, sure enough, they look like a perfect fit!

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To Bute or Not to Bute?

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To Bute or Not to Bute?

While it does not resolve every pain-related issue under the sun in equines, it can improve recovery situations or overall quality of life for many. Before we delve into when one should or should not consider bute for their horse, let’s learn a little more about the drug itself.

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Why Horses Are Good For Little Girls

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Why Horses Are Good For Little Girls

“Sharing a love of horses and the opportunity to ride is a gift! It’s a way to overcome challenges & develop lifelong skills that will serve well over the course of a girl’s lifetime.” — Jaimie Tucker By: Jaimie Tucker Today’s blog post is a departure from my usual content. I thought it was time to […]

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2021 Will be the Year of Collaboration For Horse Shows

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2021 Will be the Year of Collaboration For Horse Shows

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, many groups struggled to host competitive equestrian events that yielded a profit large enough to be considered “successful” and provide the opportunity for future shows to grow. A best practice for planning the financial success of a horse show requires that the revenue generated from stalls should pay for the rental of the facility. Most clubs start with a working budget from the profits made off the previous year’s show. This money covers the upfront costs associated with the show, such as the hiring of judges, show staff, and for the purchase of awards. If a group is fortunate enough to gather sponsorship money, that has a significant impact on the ability for them to “profit” from hosting the event.

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