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Basic Horse Care is More Than Basic

Basic Horse Care is More Than Basic

The road to the Congress and World Show is a long one, made only longer depending on how far you actually have to haul your horse to Ohio and Oklahoma. During the trip, you may make a stop for fuel and check your horse, but something just doesn’t seem quite right.

A Horseman’s Horseman – Jeffrey Pait

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A Horseman’s Horseman – Jeffrey Pait

To be good at selecting and preparing Halter horses, a horseman must not only see all the tiny details, but also be able to evaluate and manage those fine points. AQHA Professional Horseman Jeffrey Pait has proven that he’s one such horseman. When asked what brought him to a love of and lifetime career spent training horses, he immediately refers to his upbringing.

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Tammy Bradshaw – Paving Her Own Way

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Tammy Bradshaw – Paving Her Own Way

Tammy Bradshaw may be best known as a generous philanthropist and wife of football star, Terry Bradshaw, who quarterbacked the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League before becoming a sports analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. However, she’s also making a name for herself as a force to be reckoned with in the show pen after taking up equestrian competition four years ago. She may have changed from being the horse-crazy kid, who kept her horse in the backyard on two acres, to a poised competitor with hundreds of horses on her 700-acre ranch, but this dedicated horsewoman still maintains a refreshing enthusiasm and appreciation of her horses and her success in the sport.

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Raising Financial Grown-Ups – Who Pays the Show Bill When a Youth Becomes an Amateur?

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Raising Financial Grown-Ups – Who Pays the Show Bill When a Youth Becomes an Amateur?

While they may be adults, legally, many young amateur exhibitors have a long way to go before they are truly self-reliant, especially when it comes to their finances. Horses are expensive, and showing requires a sizable income. Most young adults don’t start out making enough money to afford horses without their parents paying the bills.

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Survivors: One Year after a Horrific Trailer Accident, Three Teams Achieve World Champion Titles

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Survivors: One Year after a Horrific Trailer Accident, Three Teams Achieve World Champion Titles

One Tragedy + Three Special Ladies + One Resilient Trainer = A Remarkable Success Story

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The loss of a legend – Hotroddin Zippo

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The loss of a legend – Hotroddin Zippo

On June 25, 2019, the Quarter Horse world lost a legend with the passing of Hotroddin Zippo owned by Pine Meadow Quarter Horses. The loss of the beloved 15.1 hand, chestnut superstar has reverberated across the industry, as this talented and sweet-natured stallion created a lasting legacy in both the show pen and breeding shed.

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Bit Troubleshooting – English Edition

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Bit Troubleshooting – English Edition

The choice of bits for English classes can be overwhelming with a seemingly infinite combination of mouthpieces and cheek designs. English bits are commonly considered to be either direct rein or snaffle bits. However, some have shanks, use leverage, and are regarded as curb bits.

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NCEA – What About The Men?

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NCEA – What About The Men?

Have you ever considered that the majority of horse trainers in the horse industry are male, while the majority of competitors in the youth and amateur ranks are female? Furthermore, why is it that NCEA programs seem to be solely made up of female riders? Are they?

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Kissing Spine: No Longer a Career Ending Diagnosis

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Kissing Spine: No Longer a Career Ending Diagnosis

It began as a hitch in the gelding’s get-along, so to speak. The nagging short step in his hind end persisted. Then, when he was put on a longe line in a circle, he demonstrated what horsemen describe as being “dead lame.”  But when the 2007 AQHA gelding, Lopin For Hours, aka “Chevy,” straightened out, he would appear to be sound…

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Earn Your Spurs

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Earn Your Spurs

Throughout the centuries, spurs have been intertwined with humans and their unique relationship with horses. They have been buried with their owners or given as offerings to the gods. They have been bestowed as a high honor, and they have been the symbol of triumph. Even today, they continue to be a representation of status, culture, and achievement. Yet, every time a horseman straps on a pair of spurs, there is a fine line between effective communication tool and unintentional weapon.

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