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Photos and Results From Michigan Paint Horse Memorial Bonanza

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Photos and Results From Michigan Paint Horse Memorial Bonanza

This was the first year with a new management team and new show schedule, and the entries were almost tripled from 2018!

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2019 IBHA Convention Sees Busy Agenda

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2019 IBHA Convention Sees Busy Agenda

International Buckskin Horse Association recently hosted its 2019 convention and annual awards banquet March 14-16 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and saw a busy agenda throughout the weekend that included new class offerings and a new division to the association’s registry. “IBHA saw one of its largest conventions in recent history,” noted Deanna O’Keefe, IBHA office manager. “We had members actively participating in discussions throughout the convention and a large crowd for our annual awards banquet. We’re looking forward to a great show season in 2019!”

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Photos and Results From Gateway Classic

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Photos and Results From Gateway Classic

While many were enjoying BBQs, boat rides, and camping trips this past Memorial Day weekend, others headed to a number of multi breed horse shows held across the country. The Missouri QHA hosted their Memorial Day celebration at the Gateway Classic, May 23-26, in Lake St. Louis. Judges for the show were Sissy Anderson, Nancy-Sue Ryan, Brent Maxwell, GiGi Bailey, Terry Cross, and Larry Hansch.

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Happy Memorial Day! From The Equine Chronicle

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Happy Memorial Day! From The Equine Chronicle

While we may sometimes lose sight of the true meaning of the red, white, and blue, it’s important to take a moment, on Memorial Day, to recognize, remember, and celebrate our nation’s heroes who died in service to our country.

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Form to Function – WCHA Introduces New Versatility Classes

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Form to Function – WCHA Introduces New Versatility Classes

When you think about a Halter horse, what first comes to mind? Striking beauty? Finely chiseled muscles? Versatility? If that last description doesn’t immediately come to mind, there’s a reason. It might be because, somewhere in the continuous improvement of the elite Halter horse, the focus on how these horses with great conformation can perform was lost.

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Colt With Non-Visual Eye Receives Incredible Injection to Restore Vision

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Colt With Non-Visual Eye Receives Incredible Injection to Restore Vision

“There’s a bit of an art as to when exactly to do the injection.” If done too soon, the procedure can cause a re-bleed because it takes away the eye’s ability to clot naturally. But waiting too long can cause permanent eye damage.

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2019 Sun and Surf Circuit is a Wrap!

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2019 Sun and Surf Circuit is a Wrap!

The Amateur Level 1 Champion was Samantha Floyd with Dark By Moonlite. Reserve was Megan Avidano with Only A Show Off. The Amateur Champion was Lauren Stanley with Extremely Good Stuff. Reserve was Amy Groefsema with My Dream Remembered. The Select Champion was Dan Yeager with Cracking The Code. Reserve was Kent Ray Taylor with Don’t Think Twice. The Super Select Champion was Kathy Tobin with RA Undisputed. Reserve was Stephanie Anderson with Sol De Conquistador. 

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The Importance of Genetic Testing

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The Importance of Genetic Testing

During the past 3 decades, research has shed light on many genetic diseases in horses, including several defects in Quarter Horses and other breeds that have utilized Quarter Horse bloodlines. Some of these diseases cropped up in recent years, originating from mutations in individuals that were ancestors of some of today’s popular animals, and the new trait was perpetuated in numerous offspring.

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Complete Results From SOQHA Madness- More Than 12,500 AQHA Entries!

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Complete Results From SOQHA Madness- More Than 12,500 AQHA Entries!

An Equine Production reports that the traditionally huge show was even larger this year with an almost 500 entry increase.

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Photos and Results from GQHA Summer Kickoff

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Photos and Results from GQHA Summer Kickoff

Robin Barrow and Heza Blazin Machine were named the Open Champions. The Level 1/Novice Amateur Champion was Monica Parker Yeoman with Lil Lucky Decision. The Amateur Champion was Robin Barrow with Heza Blazin Machine.

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