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AzQHA 2021 Year-End Awards Celebration- Part 2

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AzQHA 2021 Year-End Awards Celebration- Part 2

Check out more beautiful photos from the AzQHA 2021 Year-End Awards Celebration at Desert Foothills Scottsdale, courtesy of Debra Hrynyk. If you’d like to share photos from an equine event near you, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Showmanship and Rookie Award Modifications Among 2022 APHA Amateur and Youth Rule Updates

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Showmanship and Rookie Award Modifications Among 2022 APHA Amateur and Youth Rule Updates

Several new Amateur and Youth show rules went into effect January 1, 2022. They are summarized below and reflect rule changes or clarifications passed during the 2021 Convention. Full rule text is available in the 2022 APHA Rule Book.

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2D Jackpots Added to Trail, Ranch Riding, and Reining at Sun Circuit

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2D Jackpots Added to Trail, Ranch Riding, and Reining at Sun Circuit

If you’re already riding in the class, why not ride for CASH? There are now jackpots in Reining, Ranch Riding, and Trail at Sun Circuit held March 5-13 in Scottsdale, AZ. The 2D Jackpots will run concurrently with just one day of each of the following classes, so be sure to check the schedule: Junior, Senior, Amateur and Select Reining; Junior, Senior, L1 Amateur, Amateur, and Select Ranch Riding; and Junior, Senior, Amateur, and Select Trail.
 

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EC Photo of the Day- What Life is All About

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EC Photo of the Day- What Life is All About

“While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” – Angela Schwindt Check out this joyous photo of Reese Azevedo with Quiteabitlazy. Photo Credit- Lauren Ann Pace Photography If you have a great photo or video of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Register For 2022 AQHA Convention

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Register For 2022 AQHA Convention

AQHA Publicity All American Quarter Horse Association members and horse enthusiasts from around the world are invited to attend the 2022 AQHA Convention, which is slated for February 25-28 at the South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. View the tentative convention schedule. Register online by January 31 to avoid late registration fees. New […]

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Ponying Horses – The Do’s and Don’ts

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Ponying Horses – The Do’s and Don’ts

It’s a familiar sight at any horse show. A rider, astride a mount, leads another unsaddled horse alongside. Whether solely for exercise, desensitizing to the show environment, or simply because there were no more longing spots to be had, ponying a horse is a well-used training and conditioning technique. But, as any rider in a crowded warm-up pen can attest, there’s definitely a right and a wrong way to do it. Also, ponying isn’t just a skill to be reserved for horse shows. As we will learn from our experts, there are a wide variety of applications for ponying, back on the ranch, as well.

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of OQHA’s Clark Bradley

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Sincerest Condolences Following Passing of OQHA’s Clark Bradley

The Ohio Quarter Horse Association is saddened to announce the passing of Clark Bradley. Bradley of Findlay, Ohio came from a family dedicated to the Ohio Quarter Horse Association. Clark Bradley was an instructor at the University of Findlay for 26 years. He became an active coach with the University of Findlay’s western equestrian team in 1996. He has helped coached several national championship teams and two reserve national championship squads.

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Results From 2022 Silver Dollar Circuit

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Results From 2022 Silver Dollar Circuit

Congratulations to High Point Winners! The Open English Exhibitor winner was Leslie Lange. The Select English Exhibitor winner was SippinOnMoonShine and Renee Howes. The Amateur English winner was Won Vital Code RV and Ella Petak. The Youth English winner was Almost Invited and Sydney Swallom.

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Big NRHA Rule Change For Non Pros- How Would This Look in AQHA or APHA?

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Big NRHA Rule Change For Non Pros- How Would This Look in AQHA or APHA?

This topic has been bandied about in the horse industry for a few years now, but there’s no doubt that the NCAA’s recent decision to allow college athletes to benefit from their NIL was a consideration in moving this rule change forward.

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Along For the Ride Symposium

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Along For the Ride Symposium

These three riders bring more than $15 million in lifetime performance horse earnings into the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center to share the decades of experiences in acquiring the “feel” and understanding it takes to connect with your horse. This is a unique opportunity with the performance horse industry’s top horsemen – sharing and learning their lifetime study of the horse with the public.

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