- Take a Survey: Show your Support for Proposed New Arena in Oklahoma City
- Alison Umberger Joins APHA Executive Committee
- 23 New Rules Passed at APHA Convention
- UPDATE: Condolences on the Passing of Scott Kennedy
- Judges Named for AQHA Level 1 Championships
- Tuesday, February 28 is the Deadline for the March Spring Shows Issue of GoMag
- APHA Breeders’ Trust Point Value Increases
- Buy or Sell Your Horse by March 2nd with Pro Horse Services
- Dixie Nationals to Raise Money for Andrew McBeath Scholarship Fund
Emily Ambrose for GoHorseShowSpeaking as a youth exhibitor myself, I witness the dedication and undying love for this sport that all of these children and young adults pour into riding. We are willing to stay up for long hours practicing in the hope of our future success with our four legged friends in the show pen. Although we all share the sa... Read More...
Caitlyn Cumberland for GoHorseShowAds promoting horse and rider teams are as much a part of the horse show culture today as the show clothes you wear and the saddle you ride in. To take your competitiveness to the highest levels, exhibitors know it takes more than just a great horse to stand out against your competition. So, you’ve decided to ru... Read More...
Wow, Great Ad!
Julie I. Fershtman for The American Quarter Horse JournalIf you are preparing to breed your mare, as you go through the process of selecting a stallion, here are some elements of breeding contracts in the equine industry to consider: Contracting With the Right Person Mare owners should make sure that the one with whom they are contracting has authority. Never accept a ... Read More...
Contract Must Haves
Erica Greathouse for GoHalterLast week we published a fun matchmaking article about some of the leading paint performance stallions in our industry. This week, we are continuing our series and featuring some of the top paint halter stallions. February, the “month of love,” brings the spirit of romance and prepares us for spring. We are caug... Read More...
Love is in the Air
Morgan McCarthy-WardaShowing horses is a privilege. Often, exhibitors forget how lucky they are to be able to show horses. We have a career as an equestrian because of our love for horses and competition. If we didn’t love it, we probably wouldn’t do it. It’s too expensive and too much work to treat it as a casual hobby. If you’re ... Read More...