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From the Publisher – How Did We Get Here?

From the Publisher – How Did We Get Here?

It’s that time again. Time for the Congress, World Championships, along with a few big money futurities thrown in for good measure.

On The Cover – Michelle Bauer

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On The Cover – Michelle Bauer

Having a great support network is often pivotal for one’s success. For Michelle Bauer, the support teams of the Gooding family and Highpoint Performance Horses and her unrelenting love for riding have formed a winning combination to stand the test of time.

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Developing a Show Calendar to Peak For the Majors

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Developing a Show Calendar to Peak For the Majors

Like all professional athletes, there are many factors that go into achieving success for equestrians and their equine partners. An optimized feed program, consistent exercise regimen, and well-laid-out show schedule all contribute toward achieving a rider’s goals. The hope is to peak at just the right time to win a coveted award or elusive title. 

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Youth Profile – Emma DeJong

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Youth Profile – Emma DeJong

Young rider Emma DeJong from Bargersville, Indiana caught the horse bug early. Her mother, Amanda Cottingham-Johnson recalls, “When she was four years old, she told me horses were going to be her thing and that was it. Nobody in our family rides, so this was all on her own. We lived near a barn, and she was drawn to the horses.”

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The Art of Losing

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The Art of Losing

Let’s be honest: For most people who show horses, losses come more frequently than wins. And if the focus becomes those losses, the joy of competition begins to seep out like a balloon with a pinhole.

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The Perfect Match: Courtney Stephens & Pistol Packin Mann

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The Perfect Match: Courtney Stephens & Pistol Packin Mann

Courtney Stephens’s life is all about horses. The Alabama native discovered horses early in life and immediately knew she had found her lifelong love. Her family did not have a horse show background. However, her uncles owned horses. When she was young, she started learning to ride under the guidance of Martha Ann and Max Eisenberg of Triple E Farms.

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Ina Ginsberg – Never Sitting Still

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Ina Ginsberg – Never Sitting Still

Ina Ginsberg was nine years old when she first sat in a saddle at a summer camp. Prior to that, the only animal experience she had growing up in Massachusetts was caring for the two goldfish she kept outside as pets. “I never did figure out what happened to them during the winter,” she jokes. The self-described tall, gangly kid had no luck with any of the other camp activities. “I found the only thing I could do was ride a horse!”  

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Sponsors and Sponsorship

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Sponsors and Sponsorship

A sponsorship is more than a donation of product or money. A sponsor, who gives something of themselves, is a partner. Within the horse show industry, we rely on these partnerships to maintain and grow our events. Sponsors are vital to event success for many reasons. They open location options that may have not previously been available. Sponsors add and provide value to exhibitor experiences. They generate bigger audiences and exhibitor bases for events. Sponsors can take an ordinary horse show and turn it into an extraordinary event! 

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Juliana Blackburn-Baskin Arora

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Juliana Blackburn-Baskin Arora

If you were to ask Bill Baskin what brought him and his wife Susan together, his answer might just be cows. The co-owners of Baskin Livestock, one of the largest agricultural businesses in Genesee County, New York, first met shortly after Susan Blackburn, a veterinarian, spent a large portion of her job traveling to farms to administer tuberculosis tests. The frequency of these tests brought her to visit Baskin’s farm several times a week. Inevitably, working so close together on numerous separate occasions developed a friendship between the two which eventually developed into something more. “We were friends way before we were married, and we still are; that’s the amazing part,” Blackburn notes.

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Sweat It Out

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Sweat It Out

Sweating isn’t fun. It stinks. It stains clothing. It requires a bath after a hard workout. But, sweat is imperative to the health of you, your horse, and all animals that have sweat glands. For horses that cannot sweat, it can make life absolutely miserable, or worse.

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