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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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On The Cover Kent Ray Taylor

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On The Cover Kent Ray Taylor

KRT is a designation that has quickly become synonymous with a certain style, spectacular horses, and a sense of fun. The initials belong to Kent Ray Taylor, an industry veteran, talented non-pro competitor, and horse owner with a penchant for gray mares.

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Kicking Bad Habits

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Kicking Bad Habits

Novice riders of all ages suffer from them, but experienced competitors struggle as well. Professional trainers battle with them, horses have to endure them, and all judges can spot them. We’re talking about bad riding habits.

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The Select World at the AQHA World – What’s in Store?

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The Select World at the AQHA World – What’s in Store?

Hope was restored when AQHA made it possible for the Select division to join Open and Amateur divisions in November at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds.

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When Government Regulates the Horse Industry…

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When Government Regulates the Horse Industry…

The passing of the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act leads to questions for the rest of the horse industry.

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Living Her Best Life – Amateur Stephanie Mohindra

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Living Her Best Life – Amateur Stephanie Mohindra

One day, in 2018, Stephanie Mohindra’s then eight-year-old son, Kiptin Goodin, asked if he could learn how to ride a horse.

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Congress is Back!

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Congress is Back!

As it currently stands, the event will not be requiring masks, but show attendees may certainly wear them if desired. Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the grounds.

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Profile – Morgan Miller

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Profile – Morgan Miller

Morgan Miller got her first horse at the age of six, just one year after the horse bug bit her hard when her mother enrolled her in riding lessons. She and that first horse, a black and white POA named Gold Rush Nugget, competed in three-day Eventing competitions. This discipline consists of Show Jumping, Dressage, and Cross Country.

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What IS the New Commission on AQHA Competitive Events?

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What IS the New Commission on AQHA Competitive Events?

Lengthy meetings, focus groups, combing through statistics and data, and a lot of discussions will be on the table for AQHA’s new Commission on Competitive Events. Earlier this year, during the 2021 AQHA Convention, AQHA President Norman K. Luba announced that the AQHA Executive Committee was implementing the Commission on AQHA Competitive Events.

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Covenant Show Horses

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Covenant Show Horses

Kelley and Adam Wainscott joined forces for life and in business in 2018 to start Covenant Show Horses in Sanger, Texas. Each of them brings a wealth of experience as competitors and professional horsemen to the table. Together they and the horses they’ve trained have won over 300 World Champion titles.

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