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Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Stem cell therapy has been utilized in horses to help heal tendon, ligament, and joint injuries for more than 20 years.  Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) are isolated from fetuses, foals or adult horses, and are not the same as embryonic stem cells from embryos. MSC stem cells can be isolated from almost any tissue but are most commonly from bone marrow, fat tissue or the umbilical cord of newborn foals.

Dickerson Show Horses

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Dickerson Show Horses

For Adrienne and Taft Dickerson, the 2021 show season has been full of adventure, growth, and settling into their business as leading horse trainers in a competitive field. 

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Equine Photographer, Larry Williams, Retires After 30 Years

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Equine Photographer, Larry Williams, Retires After 30 Years

Larry says it all started as a “midlife crisis.” He loved horses enough to pursue a way he could surround himself with the best horses in the world, while simultaneously making a reasonable living. 

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Latest Word on “Dangerous Land”

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Latest Word on “Dangerous Land”

In the 33 years since the first state equine activity liability act was signed into law, courts nationwide have grappled with the meaning of these laws–especially the laws’ exceptions.  Exceptions in the laws are important as they could potentially allow lawsuits to proceed.  Although all of the equine activity liability acts (referred to as “EALAs”) differ, many share common characteristics.  Several EALAs include an exception for a “dangerous latent condition of the land.” This article explores how the exception has been faring in the courts.

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Ryan and Andrea Kail – A Business Built on Relationships

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Ryan and Andrea Kail – A Business Built on Relationships

Earlier this year, had you turned into the Arizona driveway of Ryan and Andrea Kail’s facility on a sunny Saturday, you would have been greeted with all the sights, sounds and smells of a full-blown horse show.

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Getting to Know Gabrielle Lofton

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Getting to Know Gabrielle Lofton

Gabrielle Lofton grew up riding and showing horses and did it well. In fact, in 2013 she won the intermediate division of the Trail Challenge at the 2013 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show.

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5 Exercises to Improve 5 Essential Showmanship Skills

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5 Exercises to Improve 5 Essential Showmanship Skills

When it comes to Showmanship, the discipline has come a long way from its humble 4-H beginnings–when it was used to teach youth how to present an animal in-hand–to the complex dance we see between horse and exhibitor today. In fact, what was once thought of as a basic class has become one of the most technical of the all-around disciplines, with five maneuvers utilized in almost every pattern: the set-up, the walk, the trot, the back, and the turn.

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Common Characteristics of Equine Sale Disputes

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Common Characteristics of Equine Sale Disputes

Equine sales are on the upswing these days, and many believe we’re now in a seller’s market, with high prices and eager buyers.  As a busy lawyer with over 35 years of experience, my phone rings frequently with calls from horse buyers or sellers who are considering a lawsuit or who have been threatened with one.

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New Opportunities Coming to 2022 AQHA World Shows

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New Opportunities Coming to 2022 AQHA World Shows

The American Quarter Horse Association, in partnership with various sponsors like Nutrena, Ford, and Farnam, has been providing opportunities for exhibitors to compete on the World Show stage for over fifty years. Today, AQHA offers five different World Championship shows including the Built Ford Tough AQHYA, Farnam AQHA, Adequan AQHA Select, AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse, and AQHA Cowboy Mounted Shooting World Championship shows. These prestigious events, held in various cities each year in the United States, offer a chance for accomplished horses and exhibitors to compete for the elusive title of World Champion, as well as millions of dollars in cash and prizes.

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Non-Pro Profile – Samantha Stubblefield

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Non-Pro Profile – Samantha Stubblefield

Five foot dynamo, Samantha Stubblefield, has loved horses since she can remember. Growing up in a non-horsey family in Blue Springs, Missouri, a little town outside Kansas City, she remembers wishing for the chance to ride a horse. Her parents, Ross and Andrea Stubblefield, encouraged Samantha, aka “Sami,” and her older brother, Alex, to try different activities. 

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