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Recertification: A Judge’s Friend or Foe?

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Recertification: A Judge’s Friend or Foe?

By Chris Crumpler To be certified means to be qualified. Many different professions require qualification and demand that minimum requirements are met. These qualifications and requirements are made to be exhaustive and fully encompassing in order to ensure the highest in quality of a service or product. Beginning in December 2014, AQHA will put into […]

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Acupuncture: A Useful Treatment for Horses

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Acupuncture: A Useful Treatment for Horses

by Heather Smith Thomas A growing number of veterinarians are using non-traditional and complementary techniques in treating animals, often combining these with traditional western medicine. One of the most useful complementary modalities is acupuncture. Dr. Tia Nelson, Helena, Montana has been using acupuncture for more than a dozen years in her practice, often in conjunction […]

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A Day in the Life of an Equine Professional

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A Day in the Life of an Equine Professional

by Lauren Levy­­ Long hours, lots of paperwork, few breaks, and squeezing in bites of lunch between meeting with clients is what I would have expected from a day in the life of a Wall Street Journal reporter or a big-time lawyer. However, after spending a day with the professionals at the La Mesa Equine […]

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The International Contingent

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The International Contingent

By Lana Grieve In today’s evolving horse show world, the process we undergo to continuously strive for a better industry is constant. The specialization and intricately defined disciplines of the equestrian world have carved a path all its own. This is becoming prevalent not only in the United States but around the globe. Improving the […]

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Ethnicity

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Ethnicity

by Susan Winslow Is the lack of racial diversity in show horses a sign of social differences or something more? Does ethnicity play a role in showing horses? In some areas, the horse world hasn’t been immune to the racial stereotypes and negative attitudes in America, but the biggest barriers to elite competition are more […]

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Dale Sullens: Taking the Appaloosa Circuit by Storm

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Dale Sullens: Taking the Appaloosa Circuit by Storm

By Lauren Levy It might be hard to believe that a young boy who grew up in Lone Oak, Texas with parents who were not involved in the professional horse industry at all could go on to become one of today’s top riders and trainers on the Appaloosa circuit. However, if you take one look […]

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Trail: Battling Against the Tick

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Trail: Battling Against the Tick

By Megan Arszman Trail or a pile of Pick-Up Sticks dropped in the middle of the ring…Battling Against the Tick Trail used to be a class full of what could be considered “scary” obstacles: water crossings, mailboxes, rain slickers, and a few logs to walk over. It could be described as almost elementary. Today’s modern-day trail […]

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Twelve-Pole Trail: How to Set Your Own Course at Home

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Twelve-Pole Trail: How to Set Your Own Course at Home

By Loren Hitchcock “Trail is a class that’s rapidly growing in popularity. Gone are the days of simply loping over poles and retrieving a letter out of a mailbox.” The event has now become a combination of finesse and precision. Both horse and rider must be able to work as one to judge distances and space. […]

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Wesley Stallings – S2 Performance Horses

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Wesley Stallings – S2 Performance Horses

by Susan Winslow Trainer Wesley Stallings has horses in the blood. His ancestors were cattle ranchers and horse breeders who can trace their roots back almost two hundred years in Texas. His parents, Michelle and Ronny Stallings, are legendary in the annals of American Paint Horse Association (APHA) competition. Ronny bred and showed World Champion […]

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Branching Out for Youth

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Branching Out for Youth

By Megan Arszman “In the days of modern technology most kids are brought up today playing with phones, computers, iPads, and all that stuff — they don’t care that much about the outside world as far as horses go. It’s kind of sad, but it’s true.” AQHA Professional Horseman Ted Turner hit the nail on […]

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