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Conquering Counting and Cadence in Trail

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Conquering Counting and Cadence in Trail

Winning Trail runs look fluid and effortless: the horse and rider seem in sync; obstacles are navigated with style and ease; and the quiet concentration of both horse and rider permeate the air.

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AQHA & APHA Form a Historic Partnership

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AQHA & APHA Form a Historic Partnership

Earlier this summer, the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) announced a historic partnership.

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What It Takes To Create An Epic Congress Stall Front

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What It Takes To Create An Epic Congress Stall Front

The Congress stall fronts are a beloved aspect of the show. Elaborate construction of virtual homes, ranches, front porches, and cantinas sprout from many of the stall blocks. From grandiose to rustic, contemporary elegance to outdoorsy retreat, each reflects the nature of the farm that constructed it.

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Equine Law – “Believe it or Not” Surprises

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Equine Law – “Believe it or Not” Surprises

In the nearly 30 years that this lawyer has authored Equine Law articles in addition to her 4 books, not to mention a busy law practice, inquiries and legal matters have arisen from horse businesses and owners who have found themselves in legal hot water.

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Win-Worthy Names

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Win-Worthy Names

Naming a foal is serious business—even though many owners attempt to create imaginative and highly-entertaining names that are not only ear-catching, but one-of-a-kind originals.

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A Glimpse Behind the Stage of the All American Quarter Horse Congress

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A Glimpse Behind the Stage of the All American Quarter Horse Congress

The All American Quarter Horse Congress is an unparalleled destination for Quarter Horse enthusiasts everywhere. Every October for the last 54 years, exhibitors and spectators alike travel to Columbus, Ohio, for the world’s largest single-breed horse show. For twenty-seven days, the Congress is enjoyed by 650,000 attendees in and out of the arena. The show truly feels like a magical experience.

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Joy Stehney

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Joy Stehney

Unlike many of her fellow competitors, Joy Stehney is what we like to call an adult-onset equestrian. Although she did have Quarter Horses in her youth, she never set foot in a show pen until later in life. 

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From the Publisher – How Did We Get Here?

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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.

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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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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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