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Behind the Scenes at 2014 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and KY Reining Cup

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Behind the Scenes at 2014 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and KY Reining Cup

One of our EquineChronicle.com writers, Megan Arszman, was lucky enough to receive invitation to cover the 2014 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and Kentucky Reining Cup that’s currently taking place in Lexington!

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Throwback Thursday: The Petty Family and Leckey Quarter Horses

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Throwback Thursday: The Petty Family and Leckey Quarter Horses

“I very much remember that day, more so for what happened afterwards. She had misplaced her belt buckle, but she was sure someone had stolen it. It turned out it was just stuffed down into a bag, but it was the big drama of the day!”

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Quarter Horse Congress Construction: What’s the $38 Million Going to Be Used For?

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Quarter Horse Congress Construction: What’s the $38 Million Going to Be Used For?

“Included in that is a provision for upgrading the existing Gilligan Building with things like the leaky roof, upgrading the electrical system, and providing new stalls in that building.”

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$70,000 Raised For Cancer Charity During 2014 March To The Arch Horse Show

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$70,000 Raised For Cancer Charity During 2014 March To The Arch Horse Show

With the help of generous sponsors, Mark Harrell horse show management, volunteers, judges, and every horse and rider that attended the March To The Arch in February, every cent of the $70,000 raised will be put to very good use.

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2014 International Horse Show Saw Huge Boost to 4,000 Entries

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2014 International Horse Show Saw Huge Boost to 4,000 Entries

Taking place April 17-19 in Springfield, Illinois, the newly revamped schedule provided six judges over the course of the three-day event, which meant that exhibitors were able to return home just in time for Easter. Judges for the first split/combined show were Bruce Walquist, Allen Mitchels, and John Briggs. Judges for the second split/combined show were Charlene Carter, Darren Wright, and Shawn Hays.

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Ride Right Live! Virtual Online Horse Training With Berryhill Quarter Horses

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Ride Right Live! Virtual Online Horse Training With Berryhill Quarter Horses

“For years, Leigh and I have received calls and emails from people wanting help, and we always struggled with those folks who lived some distance from us. So, I thought of the idea of Internet contact and lessons via video.”

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Prom vs. Horse Show… From the Red Carpet to the Arena Dirt in Less Than 24 Hours

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Prom vs. Horse Show… From the Red Carpet to the Arena Dirt in Less Than 24 Hours

As a competitive equestrian, the likelihood of having school and show schedules conflict is a certainty. If you play another sport or are involved in clubs or extracurricular activities, the problems multiple.

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#WheelchairWednesday, How One Inspirational Rider is Defying the Odds and Motivating Others

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#WheelchairWednesday, How One Inspirational Rider is Defying the Odds and Motivating Others

“I told my mom I didn’t care if I needed to be strapped to my saddle; I would ride again.”

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Tips to Prepare For a Professional Portrait Session With Your Horse

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Tips to Prepare For a Professional Portrait Session With Your Horse

Hiring a photographer is an investment, and the return appreciates exponentially over time. Get a strong understanding of the package you are purchasing before you book a photo session.

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Art and Soul: How Auburn Equestrian Danielle Long Faced Autism Diagnosis

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Art and Soul: How Auburn Equestrian Danielle Long Faced Autism Diagnosis

“I would have never done an interview like this a few years ago,” Long said. “But now it’s nothing. Equestrian really brought out my personality when I came to Auburn and as I’ve gotten older its transferred into other parts of my life away from the team.”

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