- Prayers go out to Don and Debbie Trout
- Congress Stalling Information
- Rita Crundwell Documentary Premieres in August
- NCEA Equestrian National Championship Update
- Appaloosa Exhibitors Earn Top Honors at National and Youth World Show
- Bidding Closes July 19 & 20 for Online Auctions
- 2017 AQHYA World Show Working Orders Posted
- New AQHYA Directors and Officers Elected
- 2017 WCHA Hall of Fame Inductees
Rachel Kooiker for GoHorseShowWhen we think about the excitement of horse shows, a big part of what we look forward to is spending time with our horse show friends. Your horse show friends don’t look twice when you’re talking to them about riding square corners through a mouthful of questionably dirty rubber bands. Your horse show friends are t... Read More...
Maureen West for GoHorseShowFor those of you who grew up in 4-H showing livestock, showmanship and how one presents the animal and the inspection is probably the most important part of the class. With horses, watching winning exhibitors present their horse for inspection is like viewing a well-choreographed dance routine. When practiced and perfe... Read More...
Erica Greathouse for GoHorseShowSiblings: they bicker, they battle, they fight, they tattle, they steal each other’s clothes, and they tease each other constantly. It’s a tale as old as time. They also love unconditionally, cheer the loudest, smile the biggest, and celebrate the most when their sibling succeeds. The sibling bond is unique and ... Read More...
The American Quarter Horse JournalFrom The American Quarter Horse Journal Whether consciously or subconsciously, judges are influenced by your "whole image," which includes your color, fabric and design choices. If your show outfit clashes with your horse, you're probably putting your total image at a big disadvantage. While no outfit or color... Read More...
GoHorseShowThe next person in our highly popular series "10 Things You Probably Don't Know about Me" is Julie Hoefling of Cave Creek, Arizona. Hoefling was born and raised in Akron, Michigan but now resides in Arizona with her husband, Jerry. She works at Kahala Brands as a Director of Marketing. Julie shows her horse, Shady Impu... Read More...