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Stallion or Gelding?

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Stallion or Gelding?

How do you know if a foal, still on its dam, has the potential to become one of those truly special, life-defining horses? Determining the future of a young colt–and whether it has what it takes to become a breeding sire, or whether it should be gelded–isn’t an exact science, but experienced horsemen know there are certain indicators that differentiate a noteworthy stallion from a superior gelding.

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Hanging Up Their Spurs: Mark Jensen and Keith McDonough

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Hanging Up Their Spurs: Mark Jensen and Keith McDonough

With a combined 62 years of experience in the horse industry, more achievements and awards than a person can count, and many cherished memories, Mark Jensen and Keith McDonough closed the doors of Palm Desert Quarter Horses following the 2021 NSBA World Show.

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Noel Meadows – From Student to Coach through NCEA

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Noel Meadows – From Student to Coach through NCEA

Noel Meadows might not have always known exactly what her future would hold, but of one thing she was certain–it would involve horses. The daughter of AQHA multiple World and Congress Champion trainers Steve and Becky Meadows, this talented equestrian athlete started with humble beginnings working as a groom on her parent’s farm. In recent years, she has made quite a name for herself by becoming one of the most accomplished riders in NCEA (National Collegiate Equestrian Association) history while competing for the western team at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

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The Concrete Cowgirl – Erin Brown and the Philadelphia Urban Riding Academy

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The Concrete Cowgirl – Erin Brown and the Philadelphia Urban Riding Academy

Philadelphia’s “Concrete Cowgirl”- Erin Brown- is a woman on a mission. As the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Urban Riding Academy (PURA), she is determined to find a permanent home for the program she lovingly describes as “planting seeds” in the city.

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Halter Presentation – Tips For Success

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Halter Presentation – Tips For Success

Presenting your horse in Halter comes with its own set of rules. Some you can find in the rulebook. Others are more “unwritten.” Professionals and judges Don Griffey, Jeffrey Pait, Jarrell Jackson, and Ross Roark share their secrets to success.

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One Flashy Sensation Named Winningest Horse in APHA History

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One Flashy Sensation Named Winningest Horse in APHA History

One Flashy Sensation is a mare that will go down in history as the horse that kept winning. 32 World Championships follow her name, making her APHA’s most winning horse of all time. She’s done it all—Western Pleasure, Trail, Western Riding, and Hunter Under Saddle. The mare is a natural in the pen and as charismatic as they come. Her legacy will be her accomplishments in the show pen. However, she’s remembered by those who love her as, “the mare who changed my life.”

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Remembering Two Remarkable Horsewomen – Lynn Leedy and Carol Harris

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Remembering Two Remarkable Horsewomen – Lynn Leedy and Carol Harris

Over the summer, the horse industry lost two inspirational women, both full of vigor and passion for their horses, the industry, and the friends and family members they held most dear.

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Owner or Trainer Responsibility? Both Parties Play a Part

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Owner or Trainer Responsibility? Both Parties Play a Part

In this industry, horse owners and professionals repeatedly enter into mutual agreements with the goal of progressing the career of a horse. What happens if things don’t go as planned, go sideways, or just plain aren’t working out? In modern society, it has become the norm to point fingers and blame a scapegoat when a situation isn’t perfect. Confusion about communication, expectations, and everyone’s role in the situation can wreak havoc.

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Remembering Harley D Zip

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Remembering Harley D Zip

Harley D Zip was much more than a champion and an AQHA legend. While his resume reflects a career filled with exceptional performances, he was also a beloved member of the Papendick family of Highview Ranch in Rapid City, South Dakota.

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From the Publisher – For the Love of Horses

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From the Publisher – For the Love of Horses

I had the good fortune to attend my first major horse show in some time. Amy and I spent several days walking around the show visiting with old friends and making new acquaintances. We were able to watch some great horse and exhibitor teams compete for an amazing array of prizes. The experience was fantastic and I look forward to heading out to more shows as soon as my schedule permits me to escape the office.

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