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The Cook Family – Passing the Reins to the Next Generation

The Cook Family – Passing the Reins to the Next Generation

Click here to read the complete article 34 – Aug/Sept, 2018 BY ERICA GREATHOUSE Life is all about different seasons and reinventing ourselves as we go through each new chapter. Although horse showing, for many of us, is a season that we hope goes on eternally, realistically, there comes a time when most of us […]

There’s a New Class Coming to AQHA – Working HUS

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There’s a New Class Coming to AQHA – Working HUS

There is an exciting addition on the horizon for competitors in the English Division of AQHA competition. At the 2018 AQHA Convention, held in Jacksonville, Florida, the Show Committee announced the addition of a new class, Working Hunter Under Saddle, scheduled to debut in the 2019 show season.

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Whitney Lagace – Unexpected Career Change Leads to a Life in Horses

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Whitney Lagace – Unexpected Career Change Leads to a Life in Horses

Some horse trainers dream about working with horses from the first moment they sit in a saddle. For others, a career as a horse trainersneaks up on them – subtly and organically weaving its way into their life until they can’t imagine doing anything else. Trainer Whitney Lagace, of Whitney Ridge Stables, belongs to the second group. In many ways, the training lifestyle chose her rather than the other way around, and Whitney is forever grateful that it did.

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What NCEA Athletes Need to Know for Freshman Year

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What NCEA Athletes Need to Know for Freshman Year

Click here to read the complete article 226 – Aug/Sept, 2018   by Cameron Crenwelge · Texas A&M Equestrian As a new school year begins, incoming NCEA athletes will pack up and move hundreds, if not thousands, of miles to pursue their passion. Last summer, as I attempted to pack everything I owned into a […]

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Olivia Eagles Finds Light at the End of the Tunnel

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Olivia Eagles Finds Light at the End of the Tunnel

After suffering the death of her father and her horse in the same week, there is light at the end of the tunnel for this APHA Youth exhibitor.

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Clay Arrington – The Next Generation is in Good Hands

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Clay Arrington – The Next Generation is in Good Hands

This is all I’ve ever wanted, says Justin Clay Arrington, with easy confidence. Growing up in a family of Quarter Horse breeders and trainers, Clay is enthralled with every aspect of the business.

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Gone Too Soon… Heza Secret Agent

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Gone Too Soon… Heza Secret Agent

Heza Secret Agent was a horse for the record books. Although this multiple World Champion, 2009 stallion by The Top Secret and out of Just Georgina only produced five foal crops before his untimely passing, his ability to pass on his magnificent conformation, presence, and personality is legendary, and his contributions to the Quarter Horse breed will enhance the Halter world for generations to come.

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DMSO – So Many Ways To Help Your Horse

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DMSO – So Many Ways To Help Your Horse

Most trainers and horse owners rely on various types of medications for treating leg injuries and soreness in equine athletes. One favorite “all purpose” product is DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide).

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Mile High Club – Shaking Up the Hunter World as a Triple Threat

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Mile High Club – Shaking Up the Hunter World as a Triple Threat

There’s nothing that captures the attention of the Quarter Horse industry quite like a promising new stallion. Stallions are our future, and the most celebrated studs have a lasting impact on the direction of the entire industry – setting standards and trends in movement, appearance, and temperament that can last for decades.

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Decoding Rabicano – A Study of Equine Genetics

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Decoding Rabicano – A Study of Equine Genetics

At the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, in the Brooks Equine Genetic Lab, a team of graduate and undergraduate students, as well as a Ph.D. student, overseen by Dr. Samantha Brooks, a specialist in equine genetics, are working together to determine the genetic makeup specific to horses with the rabicano coat pattern.

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