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From the Publisher – How Did We Get Here?

From the Publisher – How Did We Get Here?

It’s that time again. Time for the Congress, World Championships, along with a few big money futurities thrown in for good measure.

How Horse Shows Became Part of Dave and Karen Haring’s Legacy

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How Horse Shows Became Part of Dave and Karen Haring’s Legacy

By Delores Kuhlwein They say the horse show crowd is family, and for David and Karen Haring, nothing could be closer to the truth. Neither David nor Karen had ever owned a horse, let alone attended a horse show, until their horse-crazy daughter Karissa came along.  They finally relented and bought her a pony, and […]

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On The Cover – Michelle Bauer

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On The Cover – Michelle Bauer

Having a great support network is often pivotal for one’s success. For Michelle Bauer, the support teams of the Gooding family and Highpoint Performance Horses and her unrelenting love for riding have formed a winning combination to stand the test of time.

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The Open Arms of the Breeders Halter Futurity

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The Open Arms of the Breeders Halter Futurity

When Karen Strom-Torrice let Show Manager Karen Kennedy know she would be bringing her son, Shea, to show at the Breeders Halter Futurity, she didn’t expect the level of support they received.  Shea has down syndrome, and he’s shown leadline and at local shows, but 2022 marks the first year he’s shown AQHA Halter. The […]

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Bringing The Family Together After Heartache

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Bringing The Family Together After Heartache

By Delores Kuhlwein In 2013, the notorious Moore, Oklahoma Tornado hit the farm of Kernes family, taking several of their beloved horses with it. The Kernes Family lost the barn, every bit of horse equipment they had, and all but two horses.  Taken with the tornado were their retired barrel horse, the pony belonging to […]

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An Inspiration For Others: The MQHA Fall Festival All Breed Youth Horse Show

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An Inspiration For Others: The MQHA Fall Festival All Breed Youth Horse Show

By Delores Kuhlwein Lately everyone seems to be talking about how to get more youth involved in the industry. The Missouri Quarter Horse Association just may have the answer, and it’s in the form of their Charities Committee.  On August 21st, they wrapped up their 6th year of the “Fall Festival All-Breed Youth Horse Show,” […]

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Making Cindy Reddish Proud

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Making Cindy Reddish Proud

By Delores Kuhlwein In January 2022, Trainer Cindy Reddish of Palm City, Florida, entered a stall to remove a horse’s blanket, and in the blink of an eye, her life was changed forever. The horse didn’t see Cindy come in, spooked, and kicked her in the middle of the back. “Luckily, several people were there […]

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Developing a Show Calendar to Peak For the Majors

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Developing a Show Calendar to Peak For the Majors

Like all professional athletes, there are many factors that go into achieving success for equestrians and their equine partners. An optimized feed program, consistent exercise regimen, and well-laid-out show schedule all contribute toward achieving a rider’s goals. The hope is to peak at just the right time to win a coveted award or elusive title. 

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Youth Profile – Emma DeJong

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Youth Profile – Emma DeJong

Young rider Emma DeJong from Bargersville, Indiana caught the horse bug early. Her mother, Amanda Cottingham-Johnson recalls, “When she was four years old, she told me horses were going to be her thing and that was it. Nobody in our family rides, so this was all on her own. We lived near a barn, and she was drawn to the horses.”

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The Art of Losing

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The Art of Losing

Let’s be honest: For most people who show horses, losses come more frequently than wins. And if the focus becomes those losses, the joy of competition begins to seep out like a balloon with a pinhole.

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