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Nicely Turned Out or Sneakers With Spurs? Why Image Matters to Your Horse Business Brand

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Nicely Turned Out or Sneakers With Spurs? Why Image Matters to Your Horse Business Brand

Will Rogers was once quoted as saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”

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2014 APHA Convention Recap From a Member’s Perspective

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2014 APHA Convention Recap From a Member’s Perspective

Dr. Rick Rigsby presented “Making an Impact” before a packed house. It was funny and motivating for everyone, but, at the same time, sent a serious message for all of us. “Don’t make an impression; make an impact.”

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For the Love of a Horse

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For the Love of a Horse

“Yes, looking back I should have decided to pay student loans and made more logical decisions. However, a dream long forgotten sometimes supersedes logic…I drained my bank accounts. When I looked in the mirror, I saw a crazy person who thought that dreams paid bills.”

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To Rescue An Industry: Where Do We Go From Here?

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To Rescue An Industry: Where Do We Go From Here?

*Note- Although this blog was originally written with a Saddlebred audience in mind, it accurately explains many of the problems that the horse industry as a whole is facing. As it turns out, the issues of a decline in breeding numbers, the search for a more effective way to promote the breed, and a concern that […]

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Novice Amateur Showmanship Class + Escapee Steer = New Event- Cowmanship!

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Novice Amateur Showmanship Class + Escapee Steer = New Event- Cowmanship!

This event started as a regular Novice Amateur Showmanship class and was elevated to a whole new level when an escapee steer from the Equidome found his way into The Equine Chronicle arena right in the middle of Glenda’s set-up and quartering for the judges!

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Super Year, Super Pony – RPR’s Impulsive Superman Has a Season to Remember

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Who ever thought that a $800 yearling would go on to become one of the POA’s leading All-Around pleasure ponies? His breeder Melissa Slayton did.

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How I Found Out My Horse Had PSSM

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How I Found Out My Horse Had PSSM

“Everything makes sense now. The soreness, the clumsiness, the “attitude.” No one saw the signs until now. But at least I know I’ve saved her again. We’ve saved each other so many times.”

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From a Select Point of View With Candace Jussen: Is “Politics” a Dirty Word?

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From a Select Point of View With Candace Jussen: Is “Politics” a Dirty Word?

“Politics play a role in just about every part of our lives. The misunderstanding is to think that we can’t aspire to have politics actually work for us instead of feeling like we are the victims of a larger system.”

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The Story of PF Blondy’s Hickory aka “Nilla”

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The Story of PF Blondy’s Hickory aka “Nilla”

We rescued Nilla as a untrained and unwanted 3-year-old. We nursed her back to health, and my husband trained her.

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The Journey From a $350 Abused Weanling to a Multiple World Champion

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The Journey From a $350 Abused Weanling to a Multiple World Champion

“Saddie came into my life as an untamed grade yearling filly in August 1995. We bought her for a total of $350, which my mom worked off in trade by babysitting two young girls.”

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