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On The Cover

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On The Cover

If you happen to be driving through West Texas and glance out across the open expanse of ranch land, you might catch a glimpse of a striking stallion, slick and seal brown, who looks a little out of place among the rangy cattle and miles of fence line. You’re not mistaken.

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Joint Injuries In Horses

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Joint Injuries In Horses

Athletic horses in strenuous careers often suffer injury. Young horses in training are also frequently injured when too much stress and strain is placed on immature joints. Western performance horses are at risk for several types of joint injuries because of the stress and strain on limbs when sprinting, stopping quickly, turning and spinning off in another direction. Hunter-jumpers are at risk for injuries related to jumping. Every discipline has its own set of common injuries.

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Hands-On Training – For the Next Generation of the Horse Industry

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Hands-On Training – For the Next Generation of the Horse Industry

The AQHA Young Horse Development Program was established for youth members who are interested in being part of a hands-on horse training opportunity that focuses on teaching participants the basics of horsemanship and the significance of accountability, goal setting, and ownership in equine care.

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Ponying 101 – Ponying Your Horse the Safe Way

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Ponying 101 – Ponying Your Horse the Safe Way

A horseman’s time is valuable and limited. When multiple horses need to be exercised, and you have a jam-packed schedule, one way to double your efforts is by ponying. This practice is seen a lot in the early morning hours at horse shows—a trainer riding one horse while leading another. It’s also popular among halter horse trainers as a method of exercising horses that aren’t generally ridden under saddle.

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AQHA Youth World Show & NSBA Wold Show Recap

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AQHA Youth World Show & NSBA Wold Show Recap

Curious to find out who took home major hardware at the AQHA Youth World Championship Show and NSBA World Championship Show? Look no further.

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The Art of the Deal

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The Art of the Deal

Trying, Buying, and Selling Horses at the World’s Largest Show. Every October, the horse industry flocks to Columbus, Ohio for the All-American Quarter Horse Congress. World-class competition may be the number one draw for most exhibitors, but the opportunity to both market and shop for a new equine partner comes in a close second.

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Horse Show 911

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Horse Show 911

Click here to read the complete article 540 – October,2015 Handling Health Emergencies Away From Home By Megan Arszman The All-American Quarter Horse Congress has arrived, and you’ve been working for that trot down the center of the Celeste all summer long. Like every Congress, the weather was blissfully warm and sunny yesterday, but now […]

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Baseball Wives- Riding High in Their Own Field Of Dreams

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Baseball Wives- Riding High in Their Own Field Of Dreams

Larisa Affeldt keeps a schedule that would make most heads spin, yet she finds a way to balance showing horses with raising three boys and supporting her husband through the highs and lows of professional sports. Jeremy Affeldt is a relief pitcher for the San Francisco Giants where he was a member of the 2010, 2012 and 2014 World Series Championship teams. He has also played for Kansas City, the Colorado Rockies, and the Cincinnati Reds.

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Selecting the Perfect English Saddle

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Selecting the Perfect English Saddle

Many equestrians are more familiar with what to look for in a Western saddle than with the English variety. So, who better to ask than Master Saddler, Suzie Fletcher-Baker, an internationally-respected English saddle maker whose career spans 40 years. As the daughter of a hard-working English family in Witney, Oxfordshire, England, she was told she would have to manage the care of her own pony, including buying her own tack—which she did.

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Keeping Pattern Horses Fresh

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Keeping Pattern Horses Fresh

In the minutes, hours, and even days before a big show, the pressure to get everything just perfect can become an obsession. Drilling the pattern may seem like a panacea for nervous energy, but too much practice at the show can be your worst enemy. Add to the mix a hefty dose of anticipation, on the part of a seasoned show horse, and the problem can escalate. So, how do we work out the bugs and keep horses and riders sane in the process?

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