- NSBA Riders Cup Moves to Arizona Sun Circuit
- Josh and Kaleena Weakly Welcome Baby Girl
- Bidding Closing Soon on Two Online Auctions
- GoHorseShow Seeking Interns and Writers
- Trainer, Rick Skelly Passes
- Judges Named for Open AQHA World Show
- Judges Named for Adequan Select World
- View Catalogs – Two June Online Auctions from ProHorse Services
- APHA Amateur Rules Simplified
Samantha Armbruster for GoHorseShowIt’s safe to say that horse showing teaches us many things. Luckily, many of these lessons can be applied both inside and outside of the arena. Naysayers might not understand how showing an animal can lend us so many valuable life lessons, but Winston Churchill once said it best with his quote, “There is somethi... Read More...
GoHorseShowRaindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. Brown paper packages tied up with strings, these are a few of my favorite things. The song, "My Favorite Things" sung by Julie Andrews from The Sound of Music, comes to mind when we asked competitors about their horse's favorite things. This song immediately puts people in... Read More...
GoHorseShowGoHorseShow is heartbroken to report the passing of RPL My Te Cheerful, better known to everyone in the industry as "Henry." He passed away on June 15th due to complications with Colitis X. He was thirteen years old. This bay halter gelding was considered one of the best and most decorated halter horses ever to set foo... Read More...
Maureen West for GoHorseShowThis time of year always brings new excitement as breeders, owners, trainers, and exhibitors are gearing up toward showcasing their newest stock. The two and three-year-old western pleasure and hunter under saddle futurity classes provide some of the most lucrative and name-making competition. But training and showing... Read More...
Hitting it Big
Liz Arnold for GoHorseShowDespite the wet weather and muddy conditions, the Keystone Showdown was a great success. Held in Centre Hall, PA at the Grange Park Fair and Equine facility, the show sold over 700 stalls and hosted competitors from across the country. The large class sizes, multiple drawings, and awards were a hit with all exhibitors.... Read More...