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Cover Story – Hylton Quarter Horses

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Cover Story – Hylton Quarter Horses

Adjacent to 20 acres of rolling pasture in Prince William County, Virginia sits the grand, whitewashed entrance of Hylton Quarter Horses. The purveyor of this dreamlike estate is renowned AQHA breeder Cecilia Hylton.

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In the Spirit of Compromise: AQHA Approves New Lip Cord

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In the Spirit of Compromise: AQHA Approves New Lip Cord

When the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) proposed a rule change that eliminated the use of lip chains, members of the Halter community came together and raised concerns about the safety of exhibitors when it came to dealing with stallions. Their concerns resulted in a spirit of compromise with the implementation of the newly created lip cord.

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Training with the Industry’s Top Judges!

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Training with the Industry’s Top Judges!

When the horse industry’s largest and most prestigious shows roll around, competitors look forward to showing their skills to the industry’s best judges. Yet, the horse world is arguably a small circle. Often, the professionals chosen to judge major events are also some of the industry’s top trainers.

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Letting Go

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Letting Go

Business and pleasure—for many in the horse industry the terms are synonymous. For some, it’s more one than the other. While a deep appreciation for the animal connects us all, it’s no secret that horse ownership can take on various forms. For some, showing horses is strictly a business. Some competitors, due to constraints on their location, time, or pure preference, choose to keep their horses in full-time training.

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Eyes on the Prize

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Eyes on the Prize

Eye contact is an important aspect of nearly every interaction in our lives. Whether we are meeting someone new, interviewing for a job, or driving down the road, our eyes play a vital role in helping us exude confidence, make good first impressions, and navigate traffic. When showing horses, the strategic use of an exhibitor’s line of sight is vital to success. In order to investigate the role this plays in different disciplines, we interviewed top industry professionals and asked them to share their tips for success.

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Small but Mighty

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Small but Mighty

Read on as a group of small breeders offers their advice to others wanting to keep things small, such as what to do, what not to do, and how to laugh when it happens.

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What the Industry is Saying About…

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What the Industry is Saying About…

The Equine Chronicle Question on everyone’s mind: “What do you think about various breed associations allowing youth and amateurs to lease a horse, rather than having to buy one to show?”

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Cool, Clear Water

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Cool, Clear Water

It’s a saying we all know too well: You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. Linguists estimate the phrase originated back in the year 1175, so man’s ability, or lack thereof, to control a horse’s water intake has been on our minds for centuries – literally!

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Equine Artists

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Equine Artists

Many of us have doodled horses since childhood, filling notebook margins and scraps of paper with our attempt to capture the beauty and majesty of the animals we love. For every ten frustrated artists, there are those truly gifted craftsmen who have the ability to transform paper, canvas, or clay into evocative works of equine art.

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Minority Report – Young Male Competitors in a Ring Full of Girls

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Minority Report – Young Male Competitors in a Ring Full of Girls

A lone, rather plain ship bobs along a sea of sparkles and bright colors. He tends to stick out from the crowd because his attire lacks all the glitz. Then again, he also blends in with the wall, so he’ll pilot his horse a little more to the front to let his ride shine. This might be the lone male rider in a youth Western Pleasure class or the only young man competing in Showmanship.

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