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- 40 Horse Showing Tips
AQHA DailyIn horsemanship or equitation, a good lope or canter departure will lead to a better execution of your maneuver. A good lope departure is when a horse responds to a minimal cue from the rider with willingness and collection. It’s important in every AQHA event. In western riding, it’s scored. In western pleasure, a ... Read More...
June Stevens for GoHorseShowHorse show nerves. We all get them, but what do we do about them? Anxiety is the result of the mind-body connection. It usually begins with a thought, which creates a response in your body. You might think about being an hour away from competing in a big finals class, and suddenly your mouth is dry and your heart is... Read More...
Samantha Armbruster for GoHorseShowAt the biggest show of the year, the All American Quarter Horse Congress, we all must endure the busy schedule, crowded arenas, stressful atmosphere and often uncooperative weather. When you add all of these things together and stretch them over a 4-week period, chaos may begin to ensue. To make this your best Congr... Read More...
Morgan McCarthy-Warda for GoHorseShowThe Michigan Quarter Horse Association presented its Breeders’ Futurity in conjunction with the Great Lakes Classic Horse Show September 15-18, 2016 in East Lansing, Michigan. Held at the Michigan State University Pavillion, the horse show reached over 2,700 entries and 160 plus entries in the Futurity portion. MQ... Read More...
The Rock Candids
Chenay Jordan-McDowell for GoHorseshowHorse showing is not a sport for the faint of heart. It is subjective (we actually pay people to judge us), expensive, requires blood, sweat, and tears, and can oftentimes be described as ruthless. For those who are new to the show world or for those who are naturally more meek and mild in nature, it can be a daunti... Read More...