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Chris Gray Performance Horses

Chris Gray Performance Horses

For as long as he can remember, Chris Gray has loved horses. Growing up in a non-horse family didn’t stop him from becoming interested in horses and expressing it to anyone who would listen, as soon as he could talk. “I was drawn to horses and, from the time I started talking, I told my parents that I wanted to ride,” Chris explains. His philosophy as a young boy was that he would ride any horse he could and that any time in the saddle was better than none.

Emily Maul – A Lifelong Passion for Horses Leads to a College Scholarship

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Emily Maul – A Lifelong Passion for Horses Leads to a College Scholarship

Every little girl loves horses, and Emily Maul is no different. On Emily’s fifth birthday, her parents bought her a five year old ranch horse called Que Me A Sassy Doll, aka “Sassy.” A partnership formed from the very beginning.

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Back in the Saddle – Returning to the Show Pen After a Long Absence

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Back in the Saddle – Returning to the Show Pen After a Long Absence

“I’m back in the saddle again. Out where a friend is a friend…” The theme of Gene Autry’s song is simple. On your horse is where you’ll find your friends. More than 70 years later, the message still rings true. Those who know this better than others are the amateurs who have returned to the all-around pen after a 20- or 30-year absence. Despite industry changes in style, specialization, and show clothing, these ladies are loving the experience of being back in the saddle again.

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Equine OCD – How to Know You’re Officially Equine-Addicted

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Equine OCD – How to Know You’re Officially Equine-Addicted

Click here to read the complete article 350 – July/August 2019 by Delores Kuhlwein You’ve probably seen all the memes about horse addiction, and you’ve laughed at some more than once. Maybe you belly-laughed, or maybe you just giggled a little, knowing the words rang a bit too true. A favorite meme that makes the […]

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Cannabis For Horses?

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Cannabis For Horses?

People are turning to CBD for a multitude of ailments such as arthritis, anxiety, migraines, nausea, PTSD, and sleep disorders, just to name a few. Just search any given medical condition on the internet and there will likely be a reference as to how CBD use can help to alleviate symptoms and improve one’s overall health.

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Are Modified Live Vaccines Safe?

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Are Modified Live Vaccines Safe?

When it comes to vaccinations, horse owners must often navigate a world they don’t understand…It’s a world with its own vocabulary, an array of often confusing recommendations, and just as many ill-informed rumors. One commonly held misconception surrounds the use of modified live vaccines and their potential side effects in comparison to inactivated or killed vaccines.

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Couture Blue Genes – NSBA Horse of the Year

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Couture Blue Genes – NSBA Horse of the Year

As the owner of Winning Couture, Debbie Hodde was busy working her booth at the Arizona Sun Circuit this winter while her trainer, Beth Case, was frantically trying to reach her by phone. After four missed calls, Case took it upon herself to run to Hodde’s booth and share the exciting news. Hodde’s horse, Couture Blue Genes, had been named the NSBA Horse of the Year.

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Blazing Hot – A Tribute to the Beloved AQHA Stallion

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Blazing Hot – A Tribute to the Beloved AQHA Stallion

The story of Blazing Hot, one of the most legendary sires in AQHA history, is one that started long before the flashy, bay colt entered the world. In fact, it’s hard to deny the presence of God’s hand in this story when contemplating all the pieces that had to fit together for him to make such a vast impact, not only on those in his immediate circle, but on the entire horse industry. His story, from his first breath, to the legacy he has left behind following his death, is nothing short of miraculous.

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Step By Step – Setting Your Practice Trail Course for Success in the Pen

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Step By Step – Setting Your Practice Trail Course for Success in the Pen

Perfecting the rhythm, flow, and connection that elevates your Trail work from the mundane to the sublime requires countless hours of practice over the poles. Many Trail exhibitors seek that precision by setting up Trail obstacles at home. It sounds simple: throw a few poles out there and do some lope-overs. However, to really make your extra practice time beneficial, a lot of thought and planning needs to go into the course setup. Accuracy matters if your goal is to closely simulate the challenges you will face at the show.

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Tom Powers – The Man Behind the Futurity

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Tom Powers – The Man Behind the Futurity

Tom Powers’ love for horses began at birth. That love was fostered in a small town outside of Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he grew up learning the ropes from his parents and a rotten pony named Tony.

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