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Joaquin Delón – Enthusiasm for the Halter Horse Across the Border

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Joaquin Delón – Enthusiasm for the Halter Horse Across the Border

If he’s not working in the barn with one of his own horses, you can find him reading industry magazines, surfing Facebook and the Internet, and doing anything to learn more about the horses, people, and the discipline he loves.

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Showing It Off – Polishing Showmanship Skills

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Showing It Off – Polishing Showmanship Skills

Showmanship, as defined by Webster, is the art of performing an artistic style of presentation. The term stems from magicians and the craft they use to astound audiences. A good way to look at showmanship is to see it as a type of presentation. Remember being in school and having to give a presentation or a speech?

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BSB R11 Quarter Horses – The Proof is in the Kids

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BSB R11 Quarter Horses – The Proof is in the Kids

Those words have been said about many families, but they perfectly describe the attitude toward the horses and the ethos of business practices at BSB R11 Quarter Horses in Sturgis, Michigan. The fifty-acre farm is home to stallions, mares, and foals that reside under the loving and watchful care of three consummate horsewomen, Hedy Levin, Shelley Donovan, and Kim Rotenberry.

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Not-So Friendly Competition

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Not-So Friendly Competition

Over the years there is a pool of familiar faces in every class and it can seem like the same people go in and out of the top ten. We all have that person we admire or enjoy watching show and aspire to be like. If we’re really honest, we all have people we like to beat and maybe we are close friends with them.

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Fritz Leeman – Not My Day Job

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Fritz Leeman – Not My Day Job

Who doesn’t love Swiss cheese? Whether it’s nestled in a ham sandwich, perched atop Tabouli salad or flying solo on a warm baguette, Swiss cheese is a beloved staple in every American home. Indeed, the USDA Economic Research Service reports that cheese consumption per capita in the United States has more than doubled since 1975. That’s good news for Fritz Leeman, owner of Brewster Dairy…

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On the Fence with Carol – Regarding A Little Bit About A Lot

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On the Fence with Carol – Regarding A Little Bit About A Lot

Quite a few directors have been sending me copies of their 440 Express communiqués. They have been dumbfounded by leadership’s inexhaustible directives on what to expect at the Convention. I hope you have found them as entertaining as I have. No matter how much our leaders attempt to brainwash the members into joining their thoughts on promoting miss-guided agendas, they still just don’t get it, or perhaps do not want to. Glaring omissions regarding the value of points from their remake of the Incentive Fund or the cloning debacle has many wondering if they might not be withholding more bad news.

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What’s in a Name?

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What’s in a Name?

By Lauren Levy How do people come up with clever foal names? What are some of the stories behind the more creative choices? Is it getting harder to come up with names these days as the number of registered horses continues to grow? The masterminds behind some of the cleverest, cutest, and funniest foal names […]

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Equestrian Divorce: How Do You Split A Horse?

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Equestrian Divorce: How Do You Split A Horse?

By Meghan Murphy Divorce cases involving equine owners often come with unique complexities compared to the typical divorce case. A big concern for the parties involved revolves around how to split a horse in a divorce agreement. One of the best ways to learn about how to divide a horse in an equestrian divorce is […]

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Recertification: A Judge’s Friend or Foe?

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Recertification: A Judge’s Friend or Foe?

By Chris Crumpler To be certified means to be qualified. Many different professions require qualification and demand that minimum requirements are met. These qualifications and requirements are made to be exhaustive and fully encompassing in order to ensure the highest in quality of a service or product. Beginning in December 2014, AQHA will put into […]

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Acupuncture: A Useful Treatment for Horses

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Acupuncture: A Useful Treatment for Horses

by Heather Smith Thomas A growing number of veterinarians are using non-traditional and complementary techniques in treating animals, often combining these with traditional western medicine. One of the most useful complementary modalities is acupuncture. Dr. Tia Nelson, Helena, Montana has been using acupuncture for more than a dozen years in her practice, often in conjunction […]

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