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Buying and Selling Horses – Guide to Different Options

Buying and Selling Horses – Guide to Different Options

When it comes time to sell your horse, the idea is usually met with dread and a hint of cynicism. It’s a difficult process that takes time and a dedication to getting the right pictures, videos, and sales pitch. Buying can be just as painful– the constant searching, questioning, and fact checking. And once it’s all over, there’s a “buyer beware” neon sign flashing in your mind, reminding you that not everyone is always honest.

World Show First-Timers

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World Show First-Timers

It’s world show season and to those of you who have qualified, a big congratulations. Some of you are veterans, but for others this will be your very first time in the coliseum.

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Horse Sales Disputes Waiting to Happen

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Horse Sales Disputes Waiting to Happen

When people buy and sell horses, disputes – and sometimes lawsuits – can follow. These conflicts are often avoidable. As a lawyer who drafts contracts and has tried equine contract cases in two states, I write to discuss some problems that can occur in equine sale transactions and suggestions for avoiding them.

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EC Color Classic – Redefining the Color Breed Horse

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EC Color Classic – Redefining the Color Breed Horse

Held at the world-renowned Reichert Celebration horse show in Fort Worth, Texas, The Equine Chronicle Color Classic 2 Year-Old Western Pleasure futurity class was created 15 years ago to promote and bring attention to color breed horses in our industry. Today, the class has become a rich tradition at the Reichert Celebration, attracting professional trainers, respectable owners, and a group of the country’s finest two year-old color breed horses each year.

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Jarrell Jackson – Hands-on Horseman

Fierce competitor, conscientious judge, dedicated breeder, trainer and coach Jarrell Jackson is the owner of Jarrell Jackson Show Horses. He is a true modern horseman, combining a Bachelor Of Science degree in Equine Studies and Reproduction with hands-on, paid-your-dues experience, resulting in one of the top Halter horse breeding, training and showing operations in the country. Originally located in north-central Louisiana, Jarrell Jackson Show Horses have earned multiple World Championships, Reserves and Top Tens in the AQHA, AQHYA, PHBA, ABRA, IBHA World Shows, the AQHA Select World Show, as well as the All-American Quarter Horse Congress.

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Shining In Showmanship – Part II

In the July/August issue of The Equine Chronicle, I shared advice from seven of today’s most noted AQHA trainers and judges on what it takes to stand out in the showmanship pen. For this month’s issue, I interviewed eight AQHA competitors to find out their secrets for shining in the showmanship pen. Here’s what they had to say.

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Straight Shooting – with Terry Thompson

There’s something refreshing about people who aren’t afraid to speak their mind. It takes confidence to state your point of view in horses. It’s an industry full of big personalities and intelligent, powerful individuals.

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Founded in Waterloo, Iowa in 1999, many of us can’t remember what it was like before the Reichert Celebration existed. Every year, the late summertime represents a tradition that brings an opportunity for horse enthusiasts to join in a rich celebration incomparable to the rest. Highlighting the newcomer, the legendary horseman, and a new generation of horses under one roof, multiple associations, trainers, breeders and exhibitors come together to showcase their horses at a world-renowned event that continues to transform the way our industry shows off it’s best stock.

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Breeders Halter Futurity

There are a million reasons to get involved with showing Halter horses, but in 2012, the Breeders Halter Futurity gave people exactly $1,040,000 worth of reasons to pack up their gear and horses and head to the Midwest. The 2013 Breeders Halter Futurity and National Halter Championship will be held again at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines from September 11-15.

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Stallion syndications have been a popular vehicle for people engaged in breeding activities for over 40 years. Stallion syndications are a form of co-ownership in which each investor acquires a fractional interest in the promoter’s stallion, with breeding rights. The arrangement provides for lower costs to the participants, spreading risks of loss, and sharing of maintenance costs. Each participant is entitled to annual breedings to the stallion. Syndicates were initially popularized in the Thoroughbred racing industry.

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