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AQHA Stallion Mechanic Will Stand to the Public at Dry River Ranch Starting Feb. 1st, Will Make Debut in English Events

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AQHA Stallion Mechanic Will Stand to the Public at Dry River Ranch Starting Feb. 1st, Will Make Debut in English Events

“We wanted one that would breed well on english and western horses and that also had the conformation and halter ability,” he says. “Mechanic was bar none the closest thing we could even begin to find.”

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New “Tandem/Synchronized” $1,000 Hunter Pairings Class a Huge Hit Among Competitors at 2014 Fl. Gulf Coast

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New “Tandem/Synchronized” $1,000 Hunter Pairings Class a Huge Hit Among Competitors at 2014 Fl. Gulf Coast

“When they came to a dual jump, the leader slowed down to let the follower catch up,” she says. “Then, side by side they jumped the dual jump. They literally jumped it together, synchronized.”

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Vaccines for Broodmares in Late Gestation

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Vaccines for Broodmares in Late Gestation

The goal of every breeder is to have a strong, healthy foal. Preventative health measures to ensure disease protection for the foal include vaccination boosters for the mare before she foals. These boosters are very important for the mare during pregnancy, particularly during the last 4 to 6 weeks of gestation

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Competitors Clothed in Creative Costumes For Charity

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Competitors Clothed in Creative Costumes For Charity

A woolly mammoth, an equine airplane, and a purple polka-dotted dinosaur aren’t the most typical competitors one expects to see in a showmanship class. However, at the recent Arizona Copper Country Paint-O-Ramas, all conventions flew out the window and hilarity ensued as 17 horse and handler teams donned their most creative costumes to compete for charity.

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What’s in a Name?

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What’s in a Name?

By Lauren Levy How do people come up with clever foal names? What are some of the stories behind the more creative choices? Is it getting harder to come up with names these days as the number of registered horses continues to grow? The masterminds behind some of the cleverest, cutest, and funniest foal names […]

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Recertification: A Judge’s Friend or Foe?

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Recertification: A Judge’s Friend or Foe?

By Chris Crumpler To be certified means to be qualified. Many different professions require qualification and demand that minimum requirements are met. These qualifications and requirements are made to be exhaustive and fully encompassing in order to ensure the highest in quality of a service or product. Beginning in December 2014, AQHA will put into […]

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2013/2014 Around The Ring Photos and Results From FL. Gold/Gulf Coast, OK Holiday Classic, AZ. Copper County POR, and Cloverdale Winner Circuit

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2013/2014 Around The Ring Photos and Results From FL. Gold/Gulf Coast, OK Holiday Classic, AZ. Copper County POR, and Cloverdale Winner Circuit

It’s hard to believe that this is only the second day of the New Year and the 2014 show season is already in full swing!

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Acupuncture: A Useful Treatment for Horses

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Acupuncture: A Useful Treatment for Horses

by Heather Smith Thomas A growing number of veterinarians are using non-traditional and complementary techniques in treating animals, often combining these with traditional western medicine. One of the most useful complementary modalities is acupuncture. Dr. Tia Nelson, Helena, Montana has been using acupuncture for more than a dozen years in her practice, often in conjunction […]

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A Resolution For Myself, A Resolution For My Horse, A Resolution For the Horse Industry

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A Resolution For Myself, A Resolution For My Horse, A Resolution For the Horse Industry

According to the 12 year cycle of the Chinese zodiac, 2014 is the Year of the Horse.

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The International Contingent

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The International Contingent

By Lana Grieve In today’s evolving horse show world, the process we undergo to continuously strive for a better industry is constant. The specialization and intricately defined disciplines of the equestrian world have carved a path all its own. This is becoming prevalent not only in the United States but around the globe. Improving the […]

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