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Photos and Results From Inaugural 2013 AZ Fall Championship

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Photos and Results From Inaugural 2013 AZ Fall Championship

Entries across all divisions were high: Senior Trail- 74, Senior Western Riding- 44, Green Trail -47, Green Western Riding- 46, Select Amateur Trail- 37, and Amateur Showmanship-24.

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Get to Know a Few of the Horses in the 2013 Equine Chronicle Congress Masters

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Get to Know a Few of the Horses in the 2013 Equine Chronicle Congress Masters

For this first section we have Pat Heeley with Gotta Knapp For That, Jeff Long with Show Gurl, Carl Yamber with Rock County Kid, Rusty Green with Bestseatnthehouse, Kenny Lakins with Lindsay Lopin, and Ashley Lakins with Lopin So Lazy.

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Throwback Thursday- Halter Horse Show Pen Style From the Past

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Throwback Thursday- Halter Horse Show Pen Style From the Past

For today’s Throwback Thursday we decided to delve into the archives to uncover a few trends from the halter horse pen of days gone by. Although there were many fun photos to choose from, in the end, we selected high crown hats, polyester bell bottom pants, and alternative show number placement.

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Counting Her Pennies and Making It Work: Ambitious Youth Exhibitor Spotlight on Hannah Lynch

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Counting Her Pennies and Making It Work: Ambitious Youth Exhibitor Spotlight on Hannah Lynch

Lynch is nearly financially self-supporting her showing habit by making and selling scarves, babysitting, and banding horses to pay her bills. She bands on average 10-12 horses per weekend to pay her training and entry bills.

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2013 AZ Fall Championship Begins Today, Watch Now On Live Feed!

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2013 AZ Fall Championship Begins Today, Watch Now On Live Feed!

Earlier this year, many exhibitors were saddened to hear of the discontinuation of the Scottsdale Classic. The event drew top riders from across the nation to the idyllic desert WestWorld complex for fun in the sun, intense competition, and entertaining social events. While the era of the Classic has passed, the spirit of the show lives on through an innovative new format and impressive $300 all inclusive show fee.

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Theft of 15 Championship Buckles Saddens APHA Youth Exhibitor and Enrages Horse Community

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Theft of 15 Championship Buckles Saddens APHA Youth Exhibitor and Enrages Horse Community

“There’s not a lot you can say,” she says. “People steal. It’s just part of life, and I hate that it happened to her. We will do all we can to find them. I believe in the power of positive thought and prayer.”

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AQHA Files Notice of Appeal This Week in Cloning Case

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AQHA Files Notice of Appeal This Week in Cloning Case

Unless and until a stay is granted or AQHA prevails on appeal, the court-mandated rules regarding the registration of clones and their offspring are being incorporated into AQHA’s rules of registration.

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The CO. Flood Aftermath: Ten Days Later and the Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Rebuilding Process Has Just Begun

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The CO. Flood Aftermath: Ten Days Later and the Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Rebuilding Process Has Just Begun

“I’ve seen 197 tornados, but taking the drive up to their place that day I was as nervous as heck for some reason. It was because I knew what I’d probably end up finding and it would hit me personally. I don’t wish this upon anyone.”

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Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo

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Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo

The National Day of the Cowboy is an event that is celebrated around the country, including right here in Amarillo. Local groups have joined forces to teach, entertain and celebrate the eighth annual National Day of the Cowboy with the public. The celebration takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 27 at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum. This free event will provide entertainment for the whole family.

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Jarrell Jackson – Hands-on Horseman

Fierce competitor, conscientious judge, dedicated breeder, trainer and coach Jarrell Jackson is the owner of Jarrell Jackson Show Horses. He is a true modern horseman, combining a Bachelor Of Science degree in Equine Studies and Reproduction with hands-on, paid-your-dues experience, resulting in one of the top Halter horse breeding, training and showing operations in the country. Originally located in north-central Louisiana, Jarrell Jackson Show Horses have earned multiple World Championships, Reserves and Top Tens in the AQHA, AQHYA, PHBA, ABRA, IBHA World Shows, the AQHA Select World Show, as well as the All-American Quarter Horse Congress.

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