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Behind the Scenes at Fox Lea Farm Winter Circuit

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Behind the Scenes at Fox Lea Farm Winter Circuit

Special thanks to Anna Ingram Knowles of Avid Photography for these beautiful photos from the recent Fox Lea Farm Winter Circuit that took place in Tampa, Florida. If you’d like to share photos from a horse show in your area, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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EC Photo of the Day- Make the Comeback Greater Than the Setback

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EC Photo of the Day- Make the Comeback Greater Than the Setback

Hot Blazin Rodder and Emma Boland- Congress Champion Level 1 Youth 14-18 Trail. “Buster and I didn’t get to show the entire 2020 season due to a suspensory injury, so this was our first year back.” If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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A Moment in Time: Capturing Memories On Canvas

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A Moment in Time: Capturing Memories On Canvas

“I spend the most time on the eyes – they truly are the windows to the soul – they display the personality and the mood of the animal.”

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Equestrian Community Leaders Discuss Future at 2022 APHA Convention

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Equestrian Community Leaders Discuss Future at 2022 APHA Convention

“This is one of those rare occasions where the leadership of the horse community is all in one place and talking about the future and security of our community of horse owners, breeders and competitors,” APHA Executive Director Billy Smith said.

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Discover Secrets of Horse Showing at HorseIQ Live

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Discover Secrets of Horse Showing at HorseIQ Live

Have you ever left the show pen wondering what the judges were thinking? Have you ever competed in a horse-judging contest or contemplated becoming a professional judge? Then get ready for HorseIQ Live, where we dive into how horse-show classes are judged over an interactive weekend at the APHA International Headquarters in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards on March 18-20, 2022. This event was formerly known as the International Equine Judges Academy and took place before the Color Breed Council International Equine Judges Seminar in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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EC Photo of the Day- Little Cowboy

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EC Photo of the Day- Little Cowboy

Momma, let your babies grow up to be cowboys. Check out 4-year-old, Jayce Pacheco, who is super excited to go ride some horses! Photo sent in by Kristen Ousey. If you have a great photo or video of the day to share, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com and you might see it featured right here.

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AQHA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

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AQHA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

On January 25, the American Quarter Horse Association Executive Committee announced the promotion of AQHA Chief Legal Counsel Chad Pierce to the expanded role of chief compliance officer, while still retaining his chief legal counsel and interim executive vice president positions.

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SOQHA The Madness Commonly Asked Questions

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SOQHA The Madness Commonly Asked Questions

Communicate with your trainer. Most of the time they have the answers to the questions you are asking. Know that stalls sell out quickly, and RV spaces even faster. Set your alarm for Feb 1st at 8am.

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How Stables Can Avoid Past-Due Payment Problems

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How Stables Can Avoid  Past-Due Payment Problems

Operating expenses for stables are tremendous. Utility bills, feed bills, hay costs, labor costs, taxes, insurance, veterinarians, farriers, building maintenance, property maintenance–all of them add up and require operating capital. To keep up with these and other expenses, boarding stables rely on their boarders to pay their fees on time and in full. Unfortunately, stables occasionally encounter problems when boarders fall behind. Although all disputes cannot be prevented, careful advance planning might help prevent problems from occurring.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Mike Mays

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of Mike Mays

Our sincerest condolences go out to the family and friends of Mike Mays following his sudden passing earlier today. Please, lift up Mike’s family, as well as his love in life, Andrea Simons, during this very difficult time. While it is always heartbreaking to lose the ones we love, we can gain some solace in […]

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