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In Loving Memory of AQHA/APHA Stallion, Double Up Investment

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In Loving Memory of AQHA/APHA Stallion, Double Up Investment

“I first saw Simon when he lived at Highpoint Performance Horses, and I knew there was something special about him then. I knew I wanted foals by him. Never did I know that I would one day have the opportunity to own him.”

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WCHA Welcomes Back Junior Weanling World Championship Classes

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WCHA Welcomes Back Junior Weanling World Championship Classes

An additional “twist” to the format of the class is that the exhibitors must be a limited non-pro. “A limited non-pro for these classes is defined as any amateur or youth exhibitor who has not won two AQHA World Championship titles in the last five years,”explains Falcon. AQHA Select World and AQHA Youth World Championship titles are exempt. 

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Around the Rings- WSQHA No Silver, No Sequins Show

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Around the Rings- WSQHA No Silver, No Sequins Show

At the No Silver, No Sequins show, Washington State Quarter Horse Youth Association hosted a drive for diapers, socks, clothes, wipes, and more for children in crisis. Also, we accepted AQHYA’s March challenge and dropped off over a truck bed full of items to Hand in Hand. Thank you to everyone who donated!

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Quarter Horse and a Canoe Save Calves From Rising Floodwaters

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Quarter Horse and a Canoe Save Calves From Rising Floodwaters

When the Kottwitz family of Mule Creek Junction, Wyoming knew their calves wouldn’t be able to cross the rapidly rising water, they concocted a genius plan to bring them to safety, with the help of a few friends, a Quarter Horse, and a canoe.

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All American Quarter Horse Congress Adds Super Sires in 2019

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All American Quarter Horse Congress Adds Super Sires in 2019

“With a combined effort of the All American Quarter Horse Congress and the Super Sires program, we will be offering three Super Sires classes this year,” said Dr. Scott Myers, OQHA Executive Director. “In a joint effort to help improve our industry, we are looking forward to working with this exciting new program and we feel these classes will be a great addition to our show.”

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Weaning Foals Using the Farmers’ Almanac

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Weaning Foals Using the Farmers’ Almanac

The Old Farmers’ Almanac has maintained an enduring and faithful readership since its inception in 1792. Early farmers took the Almanac’s advice very seriously for planning, predictions, planting, and animal health. While the world has changed much over the centuries, the Almanac’s Best Days advice continues to be one of its most popular features, right in league with its long range weather forecasts.

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Orphaned Foal Adopted by Loving Dog

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Orphaned Foal Adopted by Loving Dog

“I’m really not sure where Zip gets this from, unless because he was a shelter dog he can sense what’s happening and can tell that the foal was orphaned.”

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Home Away From Home – Camping at the Show Has Benefits

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Home Away From Home – Camping at the Show Has Benefits

It’s been a long day in the saddle. After tossing your barn gear in the laundry, you fix yourself a drink and turn on the TV. It’s time to relax, and you haven’t even left the showgrounds! From keeping costs down to bringing along the kids or the family dog, there are countless benefits to camping onsite. Read on for tips and advice from some of the industry’s most fairground savvy exhibitors.

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APHA Eastern National Championship Records 806 Entries Per Judge During First Year

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APHA Eastern National Championship Records 806 Entries Per Judge During First Year

The Amateur Walk Trot High Point Champion was Deborah Casaubon with One Good Cuervo. The Reserve Champion was Denise Sommerlot with LF Black Gold. The Amateur SBP Walk-Trot High Point Champion was Ellen Hillyer with Zipped White By. The Reserve Champion was Candice Owens with Too Awesome Too Beat. The Youth Walk Trot High Point was Anna Overway with Eazy On The Assets. The Reserve Champion was Emma Womack with What A Hot Hand. 

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Perfecting Pole Work for the Young or Green Horse

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Perfecting Pole Work for the Young or Green Horse

These days, a Trail course can seem like an endless sea of poles: pinwheels, serpentines, and chutes. No matter the graphic complexity of all those lines, at any point in the pattern, you’re only dealing with one pole. Breaking a pattern down to that basic element not only helps eliminate the overwhelming aspects of the course, it’s the starting point of training a young or green horse the fundamentals of Trail work. Three Trail experts share their reasoning for perfecting pole work, starting with a single log.

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