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The Dark Horse: Up-and-Coming Trainer Travis Duit

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The Dark Horse: Up-and-Coming Trainer Travis Duit

Travis Duit’s first experience in the horse industry was breaking colts for a neighbor who was in the business of “dealing ponies.” At the time, he was a teenage bull rider. Apparently, to both him and his then employer, if he could stay on a bull, then he should be able to break a colt as well. Though the logic may have been flawed, the experience was Duit’s stepping off point into an industry in which he has since made great leaps and bounds.

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2020 APHA Youth World Postponed to Fall- Reunited with Open/Amateur World Show

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2020 APHA Youth World Postponed to Fall- Reunited with Open/Amateur World Show

With the Youth World Show postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an unintended opportunity arises as a  preview for a major change for 2021, where APHA is excited to announce the Youth World Show and the Open and Amateur World Show will be back together after 12 years, to be re-positioned as the premier APHA summer experience.

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Tom Powers Futurity Rescheduled to Dec. 2020

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Tom Powers Futurity Rescheduled to Dec. 2020

COVID-19 restrictions in Ohio make it impossible to run our show safely and smoothly as originally scheduled. With the cooperation of the Roberts Family, we have been able to reschedule our 40th anniversary show to December 2020 at the new World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida!

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Filling the Gaps

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Filling the Gaps

When things return to “business as usual,” I dearly hope this virtual horse show community will continue on as well. The positive experiences had by so many in this group may very well be the thing that makes them feel confident in branching out to the next higher level of competitive equestrian events, thereby having the ultimate positive consequence of infusing new life into our breed shows!

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New Partners in Life and Business – Rastall Show Horses

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New Partners in Life and Business – Rastall Show Horses

After ten years of dating, Brian and Ashley (Frappier) Rastall married this past September. Both are well-known and well-loved former assistant trainers at barns such as Pine Meadow Quarter Horses, Masterson Farms, and Starnes Quarter Horses; but now, the two have struck out on their own as Rastall Show Horses. Their commitment to each other, their clients, and their horses has made for a successful start to their partnerships in both business and married life. The key to both, they say, is communication.

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COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Ranch Riding

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COVID-19 Schooling Survival Guide- Ranch Riding

Because these patterns all share the same types of elements, that can provide both an opportunity for riders to practice perfecting their skills, but also a trap for their horses to learn the bad habit of anticipation. One area where this often occurs is the lead change that’s typically located across the center of the arena. 

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It’s a Small World – Top 3 NOHS Pembroke Welsh Corgi Exhibitors Were Former AQHA Participants

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It’s a Small World – Top 3 NOHS Pembroke Welsh Corgi Exhibitors Were Former AQHA Participants

There are many overlaps in the dog show world, including ties to the horse show community. Three Pembroke Welsh Corgi owner-handlers have similar backgrounds as ambitious AQHA competitors. Stephanie Grogg, Kelli Alhadef, and Jodi Geerlings are not only the three top-ranked NOHS competitors in Pembroke Welsh Corgis, they also have shown American Quarter Horse Association World Champions in the past.

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“If Tracy Couldn’t Come to Her Horse, We’d Bring the Horse to Tracy”

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“If Tracy Couldn’t Come to Her Horse, We’d Bring the Horse to Tracy”

“It’s what you do for your people.”

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AQHA All-Around Winner- Ellexxah Maxwell and Zips Bossy Chip

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AQHA All-Around Winner- Ellexxah Maxwell and Zips Bossy Chip

“My family played a major role in this title. I would not be where I am today without my support team. They were the constant force that never let me doubt myself and pushed me to trust my partner, no matter what.”

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Legacy – Three Generations of Ladies Dominate the Halter Pen

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Legacy – Three Generations of Ladies Dominate the Halter Pen

It’s often been said that family is the backbone of society and, in essence, what really matters in the world. Young equestrian McKenna Gibson has already learned the value of family due, in part, to the gift of the love of Halter horses from her grandmother, Carolyn Stewart, who she lovingly calls “Mamaw,” and from her mom, Cara McMillian-Gibson.

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