March/April 2024March/April 2024
PAYMENTform_banner200PAYMENTform_banner200
RATES_banner200RATES_banner200
SIGNUP_banner200SIGNUP_banner200
equineSUBSCRIBE_200animationequineSUBSCRIBE_200animation
EC_advertisng_RS200x345EC_advertisng_RS200x345
paykwik al online sportwetten paykasa
Home » Archives by category » Featured (Page 553)

Counting Her Pennies and Making It Work: Ambitious Youth Exhibitor Spotlight on Hannah Lynch

Comments Off on Counting Her Pennies and Making It Work: Ambitious Youth Exhibitor Spotlight on Hannah Lynch
Counting Her Pennies and Making It Work: Ambitious Youth Exhibitor Spotlight on Hannah Lynch

Lynch is nearly financially self-supporting her showing habit by making and selling scarves, babysitting, and banding horses to pay her bills. She bands on average 10-12 horses per weekend to pay her training and entry bills.

Continue reading …

2013 AZ Fall Championship Begins Today, Watch Now On Live Feed!

Comments Off on 2013 AZ Fall Championship Begins Today, Watch Now On Live Feed!
2013 AZ Fall Championship Begins Today, Watch Now On Live Feed!

Earlier this year, many exhibitors were saddened to hear of the discontinuation of the Scottsdale Classic. The event drew top riders from across the nation to the idyllic desert WestWorld complex for fun in the sun, intense competition, and entertaining social events. While the era of the Classic has passed, the spirit of the show lives on through an innovative new format and impressive $300 all inclusive show fee.

Continue reading …

Theft of 15 Championship Buckles Saddens APHA Youth Exhibitor and Enrages Horse Community

Comments Off on Theft of 15 Championship Buckles Saddens APHA Youth Exhibitor and Enrages Horse Community
Theft of 15 Championship Buckles Saddens APHA Youth Exhibitor and Enrages Horse Community

“There’s not a lot you can say,” she says. “People steal. It’s just part of life, and I hate that it happened to her. We will do all we can to find them. I believe in the power of positive thought and prayer.”

Continue reading …

AQHA Files Notice of Appeal This Week in Cloning Case

Comments Off on AQHA Files Notice of Appeal This Week in Cloning Case
AQHA Files Notice of Appeal This Week in Cloning Case

Unless and until a stay is granted or AQHA prevails on appeal, the court-mandated rules regarding the registration of clones and their offspring are being incorporated into AQHA’s rules of registration.

Continue reading …

The CO. Flood Aftermath: Ten Days Later and the Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Rebuilding Process Has Just Begun

Comments Off on The CO. Flood Aftermath: Ten Days Later and the Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Rebuilding Process Has Just Begun
The CO. Flood Aftermath: Ten Days Later and the Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Rebuilding Process Has Just Begun

“I’ve seen 197 tornados, but taking the drive up to their place that day I was as nervous as heck for some reason. It was because I knew what I’d probably end up finding and it would hit me personally. I don’t wish this upon anyone.”

Continue reading …

“Skinless” Horse and Rider Finds Permanent Home in New York City Times Square Body Worlds Exhibit

Comments Off on “Skinless” Horse and Rider Finds Permanent Home in New York City Times Square Body Worlds Exhibit
“Skinless” Horse and Rider Finds Permanent Home in New York City Times Square Body Worlds Exhibit

BODY WORLDS reveals the splendor, form, and function of the human body through Plastination, the science of specimen preservation invented by German anatomist, Dr. Gunther von Hagens. The exhibitions, seen by more than 37 million people worldwide since 1995, have opened to critical acclaim in major global cities including London, Milan, Vienna, and Berlin, but have not, until now, had a permanent home.

Continue reading …

Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo

Comments Off on Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo
Ride an American Quarter Horse, Tour AQHA Hall of Fame, and More During National Day of the Cowboy July 27th in Amarillo

The National Day of the Cowboy is an event that is celebrated around the country, including right here in Amarillo. Local groups have joined forces to teach, entertain and celebrate the eighth annual National Day of the Cowboy with the public. The celebration takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 27 at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum. This free event will provide entertainment for the whole family.

Continue reading …

Buying and Selling Horses – Guide to Different Options

Comments Off on Buying and Selling Horses – Guide to Different Options
Buying and Selling Horses – Guide to Different Options

When it comes time to sell your horse, the idea is usually met with dread and a hint of cynicism. It’s a difficult process that takes time and a dedication to getting the right pictures, videos, and sales pitch. Buying can be just as painful– the constant searching, questioning, and fact checking. And once it’s all over, there’s a “buyer beware” neon sign flashing in your mind, reminding you that not everyone is always honest.

Continue reading …

World Show First-Timers

Comments Off on World Show First-Timers
World Show First-Timers

It’s world show season and to those of you who have qualified, a big congratulations. Some of you are veterans, but for others this will be your very first time in the coliseum.

Continue reading …

Horse Sales Disputes Waiting to Happen

Comments Off on Horse Sales Disputes Waiting to Happen
Horse Sales Disputes Waiting to Happen

When people buy and sell horses, disputes – and sometimes lawsuits – can follow. These conflicts are often avoidable. As a lawyer who drafts contracts and has tried equine contract cases in two states, I write to discuss some problems that can occur in equine sale transactions and suggestions for avoiding them.

Continue reading …
paykwik online sportwetten paykasa