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To Host the Show, or Not To Host the Show… That is Not the Question

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To Host the Show, or Not To Host the Show… That is Not the Question

Volunteers are essential. They are essential to the day-to-day work going on within the horse community, and they are essential in planning events for the horse community to engage in. In short, volunteers are essentially essential, and WE ALL NEED THEM!

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From Career-Ending Injury to Miraculous Recovery

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From Career-Ending Injury to Miraculous Recovery

The bad news was that she severed an artery, and it was confirmed that the laceration did reach the coffin joint. She had completely severed the long digital extensor and medial collateral ligament. Infection was a major concern also, since the injury had not been able to be cleaned until the artery was tied off and the bleeding controlled through surgery.

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The Compton Cowgirl

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The Compton Cowgirl

“We are unity, and we need unity in the world. Standing for the right cause, love, positivity, and peace. So we represented for ourselves, but also for our culture.”

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Filling the Gaps

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Filling the Gaps

When things return to “business as usual,” I dearly hope this virtual horse show community will continue on as well. The positive experiences had by so many in this group may very well be the thing that makes them feel confident in branching out to the next higher level of competitive equestrian events, thereby having the ultimate positive consequence of infusing new life into our breed shows!

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To Get Your Horse Business Going Again… Get Going Again!

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To Get Your Horse Business Going Again… Get Going Again!

Business crises like to appear when you least expect it: a tornado, hurricane, flood, fire, lawsuit, death, embezzlement, divorce, or pandemic. Whether you’re the owner of a business or an employee, crises affect everyone.

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Lessons Learned From Our Horses During Fearful Times

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Lessons Learned From Our Horses During Fearful Times

Yesterday, I went out to the field and stood with my horses. Being there with them calmed my mind, and the troubles and worries started to slip away.

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Musings From the Halter Horse World

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Musings From the Halter Horse World

The great ones will have a show record over time that tells the story. So train your brain to handle short term disappointment and look at the entire show history of your animal.

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“Do Right By The Horse”- 2020 APHA National Convention Recap

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“Do Right By The Horse”- 2020 APHA National Convention Recap

The horse industry, at large, and stock horse breed organizations specifically have dropped in horses registered, as well as individual memberships progressively, and, for the most part, continuously over the last decade. There are many reasons for that, but just that fact alone is something to wrap your head around. When a stock horse breed organization has less than 2,000 horse registrations per year, they begin to enter a category known as a “rare breed.”  That number may seem like a large number, but when you consider that since 2014, there has been a progressive decline resulting in 1,400 less registrations, you can start to wrap your head around a more global view of a single issue and then begin to consider the further implications for the association, as well as the trickle-down effect for individual members.

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Silver Dollar Circuit Blog- Insuring Customers Are Supported

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Silver Dollar Circuit Blog- Insuring Customers Are Supported

“No one really wants to deal with death, so I do my best to be there and make it as easy as possible for them.” It’s unfortunate when you lose a horse and even more devastating when you lose one of those “once in a lifetime” horses.

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Silver Dollar Circuit Blog- Making Trail Great Again

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Silver Dollar Circuit Blog- Making Trail Great Again

Tim Kimura is known as the “Man Of Trail” or he might even be better known for his catch phrase, “Making Trail Great Again.” Regardless of how you refer to Tim, everyone knows that he is the man behind the incredible Trail courses that we see in AQHA classes today.

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