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It’s All About Competition

It’s All About Competition

Hall of Fame basketball player Bill Bradley once said, “Becoming number one is easier than remaining number one.” I think anyone who has ever reached the pinnacle of sports, industry, or any other competitive venture they find themselves thrust into agrees. Competition is about winning or losing. It’s about trying to take something others desire. 

On The Cover: JR Cook and Line Up Behind

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On The Cover: JR Cook and Line Up Behind

Line Up Behind. It’s a cheeky name that has proven to be somewhat prophetic during the past year or so, as this talented 4-year-old gelding has been piloted by owner, JR Cook, and trainer, Cole Baker, to win almost every major show circuit in the country. The big, beautiful, bay named “Calvin” is by VS Flatline and out of Shes Immortal. He was purchased by the Cook family from Capital Quarter Horses, LLC, after the AQHA World Show in 2019, and they’ve had immense success ever since.

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A New APHA Rule Provides A Third Pathway for Regular Registry

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A New APHA Rule Provides A Third Pathway for Regular Registry

In a huge move, APHA Directors recently approved a new rule that provides a third method of attaining Regular Registry papers for eligible solid horses.

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Point. Shoot. Ride.

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Point. Shoot. Ride.

“After working for Harold, I came home and said photography was what I wanted to do,” Crystal explains. “So, I bought some cameras from Harold and started doing some local shows, and then it just kind of gained steam from there. I understood how horses look. I understood the conformation. I understood the balance, and structure was easy for me. I needed to learn the business part. While working for Harold, I was allowed to see someone making money doing it.”

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Keys to a Profitable Equine Business

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Keys to a Profitable Equine Business

“Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life,” is common advice for those starting down a career path or pursuing a career change. But what happens when what you love is horses, and high expenses come with a life in this industry? Can the work pay off and transform into a profitable business? Or equine enthusiasts that try to transform their passion into a livelihood might become tellers of the famous one-liner, “My horse eats better than I do.”

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Arthroscopic Surgery for Equine Athletes

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Arthroscopic Surgery for Equine Athletes

Arthroscopy, also called arthroscopic surgery, is a common procedure used in the diagnosis and treatment of problems inside a joint. The word arthroscopy comes from two Greek words: arthro, meaning joint, and scope, meaning look. Arthroscopic surgery is a way to take a look inside a joint. This is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which examination and treatment of damage is performed using an arthroscope—an endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision.

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Youth Profile – Chesney Watkins

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Youth Profile – Chesney Watkins

Most people carry a wish list with them throughout life, filled with thoughts like, “Wouldn’t it be cool…,” or “What if…” but the daily routine keeps us from acting on those dreams. JoDee and Jonathan Watkins of Gray Court, South Carolina were no different until 2013 when they read a book titled, Living the Dream by Daniel Floyd. Between 2013 and 2014, they were inspired to offer up 43% of their income to their church, and, in doing so, their lives began to change. They loved animals, and had long-harbored a dream of setting up a working dog training business and kennel.

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IEA Offers Riders a Unique Advantage in Breed Show Competition

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IEA Offers Riders a Unique Advantage in Breed Show Competition

The Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) is a unique form of competition that introduces many young equestrians to the horse show world. Student in grades 4-12 are invited to join their local IEA team and compete in three disciplines: Hunt Seat, Western, and Dressage on a local and national level. Unlike most forms of horse showing, IEA riders don’t need to own their own horse, or even tack, because horses are provided to contestants at each competition. IEA’s mission is to introduce students to equestrian sports and to promote and improve the quality of equestrian competition and instruction. As the association has introduced more equestrians to the compettive world of horse showing, many riders have taken their career beyond the IEA arena into AQHA, APHA, PtHA, NCEA, and beyond.

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Equine Law – When Stables or Professionals Part Company With Their Clients

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Equine Law – When Stables or Professionals  Part Company With Their Clients

Stables and equine professionals know it is inevitable – clients move on or lose interest in horses, and the business relationship terminates. Often, but not always, these relationships end on excellent terms. Over the years, disputes and lawsuits have occurred between horse owners and equine professionals involving termination of the relationship. Horse owners want the right to leave immediately and want refunds of overpaid fees. Stables and trainers want advance notice to fill the empty stall, and they want all debts settled before the horse leaves the stable.
This article addresses some of these disputes and offers suggestions for avoiding them.

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What’s the Problem With Verbal Contracts?

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What’s the Problem With Verbal Contracts?

For decades, this author has written articles on the importance of getting equine-related agreements in writing. Some of the articles even shared common characteristics of effective contracts. Still, people in the horse industry continue doing business with nothing in writing, and disputes have occurred. This article explores what can potentially happen when verbal contract disputes become the subject of a legal battle.

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