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Mexico to Host APHA’s 2022 Latin American Education Summit

Mexico to Host APHA’s 2022 Latin American Education Summit

Mark your calendars and make plans to attend APHA’s Latin American Education Summit in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, April 29–May 1, 2022. This innovative, hands-on learning experience is the perfect opportunity for aspiring and carded judges, exhibitors and trainers to come together and learn, network and try their hand at ranch horse classes.

EC Photo of the Day- A Perseverance Lesson

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EC Photo of the Day- A Perseverance Lesson

“This photo was taken of my daughter, Bella, and at a show in Wisconsin. It was the first day she was supposed to ride in a Hunter Under Saddle class. Just before the class, it started to rain and get real windy, so I was trying to convince her it may not be a good […]

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Seeing a Trend: Oversimplified Patterns?

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Seeing a Trend: Oversimplified Patterns?

As an amateur and long-time showman, I personally prefer a pattern that has at least enough difficulty that I feel I’m able to exhibit the hard work that has gone into training and preparing my horse, and that I can get my monies worth. By showing at breed shows, I expect a higher level of challenge than I would see at an open show. I don’t believe I’m alone in this. Horsemanship patterns should ask for more than what a Western Pleasure class asks for on the rail. Equitation should ask for more than a Hunter Under Saddle class. Showmanship should have at least one pivot. I don’t believe that novice classes should exhibit on the exact same patterns, or almost identical, to an amateur or older youth. In my humble opinion, there should be some additional challenge to the patterns in an amateur or older youth class. An amateur pattern shouldn’t look like a walk-trot pattern with a lope portion added.

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The Plight of Ukrainian Horses- One Stable’s Story

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The Plight of Ukrainian Horses- One Stable’s Story

“In case of a total bombing, I told my staff to release the horses out of the stable before saving themselves,” Halina says.

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Official Bracket Announced For NCEA National Championships- OSU Top Seed

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Official Bracket Announced For NCEA National Championships- OSU Top Seed

  OSU Equestrian The National Collegiate Equestrian Association announced the seedings for the 2022 NCEA National Championship and Oklahoma State will enter the tournament in the first slot. Click here to view the official bracket. The 2022 NCEA National Championship is set for April 14-16 in Ocala at the World Equestrian Center. The Cowgirls are […]

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Added Money Payouts For AZ Sun Circuit

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Added Money Payouts For AZ Sun Circuit

Click here to view a completed list of added money payouts for the 2022 Arizona Sun Circuit.

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Congratulations to Jeffery Gibbs and Calli Rouse on Engagement

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Congratulations to Jeffery Gibbs and Calli Rouse on Engagement

Congratulations is in order for two our friends in the horse industry, Calli Rouse and Jeffrey Gibbs, who were engaged this week. Our best wishes for a long and happy life together. If you have exciting news to share with The Equine Chronicle, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com.

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Entries Open for April Internet Auction

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Entries Open for April Internet Auction

“Sellers have sold 123 horses in our last 3 auctions for $804,825. The horses sold have included Quarter Horses, Appaloosas, and Paints, as well as unregistered trail riding horses and ponies.”

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EC Photo of the Day- Support System

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EC Photo of the Day- Support System

“You can’t achieve anything entirely by yourself. There’s a support system that’s a basic requirement of human existence. To be happy and successful on earth, you just have to have people that you rely on.”- Michael Schur Photo Credit: Jessica O’Connor Equine Imagery If you have a great photo of the day, email B.Bevis@EquineChronicle.com and […]

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Results From MQHA Maple Leaf

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Results From MQHA Maple Leaf

“Wow! What a fantastic first Topline managed show! We’re so thrilled to have been in Missouri for the Maple Leaf. Numbers were fantastic across the board,” says Judge Lisa Ligon. 

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