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What Are Your New Year’s Goals?

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What Are Your New Year’s Goals?

This time of year is the perfect opportunity to reflect on the previous show season- to think about how much you’ve grown and to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses as an equestrian athlete. 

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EC Photo of the Day- A World of Magic

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EC Photo of the Day- A World of Magic

“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” – W.B. Yeats Thanks to Jennifer Gonifas for sharing this very special photo of her son and his horse, Jake. Photo by Jordan Pike Photography. If you have a great photo of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com and you might see […]

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EC Photo of the Day- Snacks For Days!

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EC Photo of the Day- Snacks For Days!

When your best buddy brings you tons of snacks from the Carrot Cart at the Florida Gulf Coast Quarter Horse Show. Thanks to Jennifer D’Onofrio for sharing this sweet photo of her daughter, Bella. If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com for the opportunity to be featured on www.EquineChronicle.com.

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EC Photo of the Day- Dinner in the Barn

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EC Photo of the Day- Dinner in the Barn

Thanks to Jessica Cipolone Christy for sending in these great shots of her family’s outdoor Christmas dinner, which incorporated her 9-year-old Quarter Horse, Axel. How fun! If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of AQHA Past President, Ken T. Smith

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of AQHA Past President, Ken T. Smith

The South Carolinian bought his first Quarter Horse in 1966, a 2-year-old gelding named Scarlet Heel.  The lanky southerner showed the gelding some, but his first real show horse was Jungle Gardenia.  Smith bought the mare in 1969 and showed her in western pleasure, cutting and halter.

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Equestrians Have to Laugh At Themselves- Life With Horses is Never Orderly Cartoons

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Equestrians Have to Laugh At Themselves- Life With Horses is Never Orderly Cartoons

The horse world is a crazy, wonderful, ridiculous, awful, beautiful place, and horse people know it. We spend an inordinate amount of money on insanely fragile animals with a well-recognized ability to get hurt just enough to be out of work most of the time, and eating and sleeping all of the time. We dress ourselves, and our horses, in silly outfits, obsess over diet, exercise, and footwear (for the horse), and invest in regular massages, chiropractic work, acupuncture sessions, and pedicures (again, for the horse).

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Morris Animal Foundation Remembers Betty White, a Tireless Champion for Animals

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Morris Animal Foundation Remembers Betty White, a Tireless Champion for Animals

“Betty always put the animals first. In the 1990s, she suggested pain management should be an area of future research and funded the first few studies,” said Dr. Rob Hilsenroth, former Morris Animal Foundation Executive Director and a longtime friend of Betty White. “Today, if a veterinarian performs an elective surgery, like a spay or neuter without using pain management, she/he could face a malpractice charge. You can thank Betty White for that revolutionary change in the way we practice all phases of veterinary medicine today.”

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APHA State Director Wendell Cummings Passes

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APHA State Director Wendell Cummings Passes

An APHA member since 1998 and longtime advocate for the Paint Horse, Wendell served as an APHA state director for many years. He was an active member of the General Show & Contest and World Show Advisory Committees from 2018-2021 and served on the Cattle Event Task Force that began in 2020.

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EC Photo of the Day- A Horse For Christmas!

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EC Photo of the Day- A Horse For Christmas!

Although a little too large to fit under the tree, Chloe is over the moon about her Christmas present, an AQHA mount named Captivate The Crowd. Photo: Emily Thurner Photography If you have a great photo or video to share, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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EC Photo of the Day- Life is a Party!

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EC Photo of the Day- Life is a Party!

“Life is a party. Dress for it.”- Audrey Hepburn Thanks to Maggie Nipper for sharing this super fun photo of Expect It, aka “Piper,” looking especially fancy in Pleasure Driving attire. Photo courtesy of Avid Photography. If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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