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Remembering Doug Carpenter

Remembering Doug Carpenter

The horse world lost a bright light on November 20, 2020 when professional horseman, Douglas ‘Doug’ John Carpenter, succumbed to COVID-19 at the age of 64. Born in Massachusetts and raised in Rhode Island, Doug was drawn to horses at a young age. When he was only 13, he hitchhiked from Rhode Island to Columbus, Ohio, to see the 1970 All American Quarter Horse Congress. Little did he know at that time, that in just a few years, he would not only be back at the Congress as a participant, but that he would win his first big title at the event.

The West Twins – Same, but Different

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The West Twins – Same, but Different

When Christine West discovered that she and her husband, Jeff, were having twins, she went to work researching how to raise twin girls with a sense of individuality. She learned tricks like letting each girl have her own birthday cake and allowing them to develop their own style. This way, Katherine and Elizabeth had common traits, but different personalities.

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Discussions With An Equine Sports Psychologist – Getting over the 2020 covid-19 Blues

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Discussions With An Equine Sports Psychologist – Getting over the 2020 covid-19 Blues

This has been a tough year for everyone. Some exhibitors are continuing on in the face of adversity while others have had to stop showing due to event cancellations, postponements, job loss, shutdowns, and other financial and health considerations. Horse people worldwide are still struggling with the loss of time, income, and lack of memories of a 2020 show and training season and, most importunately, the loss of life that the COVID-19 virus has taken.

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Stallion Swag

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Stallion Swag

Each year, stallion owners invest thousands of dollars into marketing their studs. A good chunk of that budget is set aside for promotional materials that are given out as freebies, often including handy items such as hats, cups, coozies, towels, and sunglasses–or items practical for the horse owner specifically, such as tail brushes or hoof picks. More unique items like phone-charging stations, temporary tattoos, candles, phone covers, notepads, and nail files have all made their debut as marketing tools in the equine world, as well.

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Amateur Profile – Maria Salazar

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Amateur Profile – Maria Salazar

Coming off an impressive win at the 2020 AQHA World Show, Maria Salazar is gracious and humble when describing the route that took her to her second World Champion title in Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation on her talented gelding, Moonlightin, also known as “Harley.”

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What’s in a Name?

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What’s in a Name?

It wasn’t so long ago, it seems, that a few horses with the initials “RV” in their names began to make their mark at some of the most prestigious shows. Yet, it was actually almost two decades ago when the first RV horses rose to the top of the game. Since that time, multiple Congress and NSBA Championships and money-earning rides have been earned under the iconic RV moniker.

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Behind the Scenes – The World of Equine Graphic Design

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Behind the Scenes – The World of Equine Graphic Design

Should you ever find yourself needing inspiration for your next ad, logo, or media campaign, a quick glance through the thick, glossy pages of The Equine Chronicle ought to do the trick. It’s impossible not to notice the gorgeous horses, detailed outfits, and eye-catching layouts. But who is responsible for designing these pages that continue to catch your eyes, issue after issue? We sat down with a few of the most popular graphic designers in the equine industry to see what goes on behind the scenes. 

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Youth Eligibility Extensions Create a COVID Conundrum

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Youth Eligibility Extensions Create a COVID Conundrum

Following the cascade of show cancellations and upheaval due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some breed associations have opted to change their youth eligibility age requirements. The goal was to find a way to support members who had a significantly shortened year of eligibility, while balancing the needs of the membership as a whole.

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Around the Rings – Fox Lea with G-man

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Around the Rings – Fox Lea with G-man
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Kendall LaVelle – EC Youth Profile

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Kendall LaVelle – EC Youth Profile

I had just started showing the western all-around events earlier this year and only started showing trail in June. I stayed up until midnight practicing the pattern the night before I showed. I was a little nervous before the class because I thought I would do bad. I started to feel confident about half-way through the pattern. When it was over, I was happy with my go.

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