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A Second Unicorn Is Possible – The Kaser Sisters Conquer Their Heartbreak

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A Second Unicorn Is Possible – The Kaser Sisters Conquer Their Heartbreak

You might remember our story about eight-year-old McKenna Kaser and her sister, Meghan Kaser, who lost their 25-year-old horse, BMQ Genuine Solution (aka Cosmo), at the 2022 All American Youth Horse Show earlier this year. The horse show community rallied around the two girls who’d had a gut wrenching loss, and friends sprang into action, […]

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A Self-Sustaining Model

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A Self-Sustaining Model

Competitors might have heard whispers about a new pilot program that’s being called the AQHA Sanctioned Shows Jackpot Program. The Redbud Spectacular was the first show to test the pilot program where exhibitors earned money through 4D jackpots in Trail, Showmanship, and Ranch Riding. During this first test run, each class had $1,500 added across four divisions (4D) with 4-5 places being paid in each. It was so well-received that the current plan is to test the program at the Texas Classic in Fort Worth and the Fall Championship in Arizona.

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Kellie Hinely – Trendsetter Performance Horses

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Kellie Hinely – Trendsetter Performance Horses

Professional horseman Kellie Hinely is the owner of Trendsetter Performance Horses in Chino Hills, California. Located at Canyon Hills Ranch, a magnificent full-service facility set on 26 lush acres nestled in the hills of Orange County, Trendsetter has a sterling reputation for turning out top quality horses and riders specializing in All-Around competition.

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Handling the Long Haul

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Handling the Long Haul

As Championship Season rolls around, it can mean an increase in time spent on the road for exhibitors and horses. This requires a lot of pre-planning and communication between all parties to ensure that everything is clean, packed, and ready for use at the next event.

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Maintaining the Older, Finished All-Around Horse

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Maintaining the Older, Finished All-Around Horse

Owners and trainers of older, finished all-around horses have made incredible investments of time, effort, money and more into making their equine partners reliable and accomplished show mounts. Maintaining those seasoned horses to keep them sound, in shape, and ready to show well into their teens and beyond may seem like a daunting–perhaps even impossible–task, but it is possible with teamwork and thoughtful planning. 

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EC Trainer Profile – Cody Conover

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EC Trainer Profile – Cody Conover

Horses are in the blood of twenty-nine-year-old Cody Conover. This champion grew up on his parents’ ranch, Conover Quarter Horses, in Anthon, Iowa. Together with his parents, Kelly and Traci, and his brother Drew, he showed the family’s horses on weekends throughout the greater Iowa region. Conover racked up show miles and titles starting in Leadline before moving on to a pony named Roani, and then on to Quarter Horses.

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Get Organized

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Get Organized

Horse shows are like a home away from home for many competitors. Trailers and RVs are packed to the hilt with all the necessities for both horse and rider and, upon arrival, it all gets shuffled out. But where does all that equipment and those supplies go? Back at home there is ample space for the feed, tack, and grooming supplies, but at a horse show, those items often have to be condensed to one or two tack stalls. The tack stall needs to be arranged in a way that is effective, organized, and efficient in order to ensure things continue to operate smoothly.

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Let Them Grow

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Let Them Grow

The equine industry is ever-growing and evolving. As time goes on, industry professionals have become more knowledgeable, and the level of competition continues to elevate. In the last few years, there has been a growing interest in three-year-old futurity classes and three-year-and-over Maiden and Novice horse classes by many professionals, exhibitors, and show management teams. 

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The Art Form of Performance Halter

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The Art Form of Performance Halter

The Performance Halter classes are by far the largest halter classes at most shows. The popularity of this class has steadily increased over the past several years, and many all-around exhibitors find themselves presenting their horses as a requirement for high point awards, or at the very least as a way to gain additional points toward the high point standings.  

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Welcome to the Big Leagues: Collin Froman

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Welcome to the Big Leagues: Collin Froman

On the day we conducted this interview with Showmanship superstar, Collin Froman, it was his birthday. He’d just turned 15 years old. It’s certainly an exciting time in any teenager’s life, but more notable because of the immense success he has already achieved at such a young age. 

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