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Keeping The Peace – Keys to a Healthy Barn Dynamic

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Keeping The Peace – Keys to a Healthy Barn Dynamic

Anyone who has been part of a competitive show barn knows, that at times, drama and conflict can make it feel like you’re in the middle of a reality television show. However, unlike reality TV, barn drama is less than entertaining and can cause a myriad of other problems that ultimately interfere with productivity and success. In order to deal with barn drama, many top professionals have refined their programs and established rules to help keep the peace.

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2015 Halter Futurity Recap

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2015 Halter Futurity Recap

September is certainly a month dedicated to the halter horse industry. The Breeders’ Halter Futurity, World Conformation Horse Association Breeders’ Futurity, and the Big Money Halter Futurity all take place within a few weeks of each other. If you’re a conformation enthusiast, it’s a guarantee that you will find the industry’s finest Halter specimens and handlers at these world-class events.

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Packing for the Long Haul

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Packing for the Long Haul

Are you good at solving word problems? How about geometry? Can you fit a square peg into a round hole? It seems like you must have earned an “A” in trigonometry in order to fit all of the necessary equipment into your horse trailer when packing for a show. Hopefully, you’ve won a few games of Tetris, because you’re going to need it.

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Understanding The Hackamore

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Understanding The Hackamore

An old horseman once remarked, “Heck, you could ride your mare with a piece of string.” To me, that evoked a mental image of galloping unencumbered through fields of wildflowers. It also terrified me – how could I control anything without a bit?

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Sharing Expertise – Reaching Out to Specialty Trainers

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Sharing Expertise – Reaching Out to Specialty Trainers

Everyone is familiar with the motto, “There’s no ‘I’ in team.” Even athletes like superstar extraordinaire Michael Jordan knew he was a better player when he worked together with his team.

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Recreating The Past – Giving New Life to Old Barns

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Recreating The Past – Giving New Life to Old Barns

The smell of fresh cut hay, stacked and ready for winter. The warmth of steam rising from a horse’s back. Children playing on a rope hung high from the rafters. Each of these images hearkens back to childhood memories of a once treasured barn.

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Chafin Performance Horses

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Chafin Performance Horses

Jim Chafin and Heather Graft have horses in their blood. Jim started out under the watchful eye of his parents, Jim and Sandy Chafin, owners of C Bar C Quarter Horses in Ohio. His success as a youth competitor included Top Five placings at the AQHA Youth World Show and national standings that gave him a solid foundation, responsibility, and work ethic that he parlayed into big wins as an adult at all of the major breed venues.

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The Passing of a Legend – Zips Chocolate Chip

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The Passing of a Legend – Zips Chocolate Chip

How many horses come with their own brand of cookie? Zips Chocolate Chip was a legend, not only for the indelible mark he left on the equine industry, but for the delicious, chocolate chip cookies baked and distributed at shows by his loving owners, Ann and Phil Myers of Myers Horse Farms in Ashland, Ohio.

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Tax Matters – Importance of Advertising From the IRS’ Perspective

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Tax Matters – Importance of Advertising From the IRS’ Perspective

In any IRS audit of horse activities, one issue will be the extent to which the taxpayer has advertised horses for sale. Advertising is considered to be an effective type of promotion to attract customers, and if you do not advertise or otherwise promote the sale of your horses, the IRS will argue that you are not engaged in a business because you don’t care about selling your product.

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From The Publisher – Are You Having Fun Yet?

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From The Publisher – Are You Having Fun Yet?

There are a few facts about the horse industry that are undisputed. Every horse has an owner. Every horse owner has varied expectations of what they will get from the endeavor. However, you can be assured that everyone who has ever owned and shown a horse has done it because they wanted some enjoyment from the sport. They wanted to experience the competition, as well as the camaraderie of like-minded individuals.

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