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NCEA – Follow Your Passion

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NCEA – Follow Your Passion

It’s no secret that life as a collegiate student-athlete is a balancing act. Between school, practice, and competition, it can be difficult to remain focused on the big picture: life after college. While many of us wish that college would never end, the reality is that we will all have to grow up, move on, and begin working towards our career-oriented goals.

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Keep Your Distance Circuit Was Big Hit With Jackpot Classes, Added Money, Challenges and More

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Keep Your Distance Circuit Was Big Hit With Jackpot Classes, Added Money, Challenges and More

The Arkansas Quarter Horse Association’s Memorial Day circuit and Stanford Happening was renamed the “Keep Your Distance” circuit and was moved to Kay Rogers Park in Fort Smith, Arkansas with only three weeks left to plan after Arkansas’s governor lifted some restrictions for large outdoor venues.

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AQHA All-Around Winner- Senior Horse- Cruize

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AQHA All-Around Winner- Senior Horse- Cruize

“I would be remiss if I didn’t credit my hardworking and dedicated trainers, Jennifer and Judd Paul. They have played such an integral role in Speedy’s success and longevity as a show horse. He’s truly treated like a king in their program!”

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Does the Mane Matter? – The Trend of Long Manes in Pattern Classes

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Does the Mane Matter? – The Trend of Long Manes in Pattern Classes

A horse’s long, flowing mane is the stuff dreams are made of. There was a time, not so long ago, when a long mane would never have been found in the all-around pen – particularly not in a pattern class like Horsemanship or Trail. As short, banded manes gained in popularity for their ability to show off a horse’s neck and reflect a precise, polished look, they became a standard in most all-around classes.

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We’re Baaack! Find Out What Happened at the First Horse Show to Resume Since the COVID-19 Outbreak

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We’re Baaack! Find Out What Happened at the First Horse Show to Resume Since the COVID-19 Outbreak

“We did limit the number of horses to only 20 in the show arena. If there were more, the class was split. Trail was held outdoors and people loved that. We did not allow spectators that weren’t horse-related, meaning a direct connection like a grandparent or uncle.”

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In Loving Memory of Heza Stemwinder

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In Loving Memory of Heza Stemwinder

With great sadness, we relay the news that the World Champion, World Champion Sire, and Congress Grand Champion, Heza Stemwinder, was recently euthanized after a short illness. All of us that love our horses dream of having that one horse that can be a true champion. He was ours. 

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WCHA Ranch Versatility Stakes Coming to APHA World in 2020

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WCHA Ranch Versatility Stakes Coming to APHA World in 2020

Don’t forget that the WCHA Ranch Versatility Stakes will once again be held with the WCHA Breeder’s Championship Futurity and APHA World Show, Sept 24- 27, 2020. There have been a few changes from 2019, including more added money!

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The Dark Horse: Up-and-Coming Trainer Travis Duit

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The Dark Horse: Up-and-Coming Trainer Travis Duit

Travis Duit’s first experience in the horse industry was breaking colts for a neighbor who was in the business of “dealing ponies.” At the time, he was a teenage bull rider. Apparently, to both him and his then employer, if he could stay on a bull, then he should be able to break a colt as well. Though the logic may have been flawed, the experience was Duit’s stepping off point into an industry in which he has since made great leaps and bounds.

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2020 APHA Youth World Postponed to Fall- Reunited with Open/Amateur World Show

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2020 APHA Youth World Postponed to Fall- Reunited with Open/Amateur World Show

With the Youth World Show postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an unintended opportunity arises as a  preview for a major change for 2021, where APHA is excited to announce the Youth World Show and the Open and Amateur World Show will be back together after 12 years, to be re-positioned as the premier APHA summer experience.

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Tom Powers Futurity Rescheduled to Dec. 2020

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Tom Powers Futurity Rescheduled to Dec. 2020

COVID-19 restrictions in Ohio make it impossible to run our show safely and smoothly as originally scheduled. With the cooperation of the Roberts Family, we have been able to reschedule our 40th anniversary show to December 2020 at the new World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida!

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