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Meredith S. (Peg) Edmondson

Meredith S. (Peg) Edmondson

Meredith Senterfit Edmondson, 90, died of natural causes on January 6, 2024 at her home, Edmondson Farm, in Nokomis, Florida, where she had operated a horse breeding and show management business since 1980.

Rose Veldman Aces the US Adaptive Golf Open

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Rose Veldman Aces the US Adaptive Golf Open

By Delores Kuhlwein Rose Veldman was ten years old, living in a Haitian orphanage, when the 2010 Haiti earthquake struck. Though terror reigned in the orphanage during the 7.0 quake, Rose chose to rescue a three-year-old girl on the fourth floor of the building. As she made her escape, the building collapsed, crushing Rose’s legs. […]

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Caroline, Jack and Ella Kate Herman

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Caroline, Jack and Ella Kate Herman

Combine three teenagers, six horses, a healthy dose of competitive spirit–and don’t forget the stress of a big horse show–and what do you get? It sounds like what follows should be a punchline, but this is the busy reality the Herman family lives as they prepare for the AQHYA World Show which is held in Oklahoma City this August.

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How To…DIY Dyeing – Dyeing Leather Tack

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How To…DIY Dyeing – Dyeing Leather Tack

Some of the brightest stars in horse show arena have the tiniest of details to thank for their jaw-dropping first impressions. In this piece, we go behind the scenes to share a trick of the trade: using dye to inexpensively enhance different aspects of your horse show turnout.

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EC Blog – To The Horse Who Came Next

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EC Blog – To The Horse Who Came Next

By Julia S. Adams, Goldun Custom Creations “To the horse who came next: You enter a freshly bedded, ready-made stall with all the fixings, not knowing it still bears the name plate of the horse that lived there before you. You wear hand-me-down halters, fly masks, blankets, and items with writing on them that that horse […]

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Forging New Paths

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Forging New Paths

The mother-daughter relationship can be complex, but for the Smith family, their love for the horse conquers all – even one of the most daunting classes: pleasure driving. By Delores Kuhlwein “In you, I see the best parts of me.”- unknown. It’s not your everyday occurrence to behold a youth competing in an open driving […]

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Fresh Start: Retraining The “Problem Horse”

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Fresh Start: Retraining The “Problem Horse”

There’s an old saying that there are no problem horses, only problem riders. Nevertheless, having a mount that rears, bites, and kicks isn’t ideal, regardless of how it came to have those behavioral issues.

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EC Blog – Grateful To Be Part of This World

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EC Blog – Grateful To Be Part of This World

This weekend, Lindsey McCracken of Houston, Texas, learned she and her horse, Its Hubbout Time, earned the 2024 APHA World Show Reserve All-Around Amateur Solid Paint-Bred title! The DIY Amateur and her mom, Anne McCracken, had taken the 2016 buckskin solid gelding by Hubba Hubba Huntin and out of Pepsis Carmel Queen to the 2024 […]

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Sizzling Strategies For Beating The Heat

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Sizzling Strategies For Beating The Heat

Essential tips for horses and riders to stay cool this summer

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Generations Of Horse Loving Families Share Their Keys To Success

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Generations Of Horse Loving Families Share Their Keys To Success

Horses have a way of bringing people together. Talk to anyone in the industry and they’ll likely tell you that they have met some of their closest friends through horses. For some, the relationships are even closer, with horses leading them to begin a generational legacy of horsemanship, industry success, and family bonds that stand the test of time and serve as a testament to what’s possible through perseverance, determination, and the love of great horses.

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