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Ten Things Often Taken for Granted when Showing Horses

Showing 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 […]

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Motivate Yourself: Ten Sure Signs of Authenticity in the Horse World

We love giving our readers positive and motivational thoughts to start their day. And one of the most positive things a person can do for themselves and toward others is to be authentic. Being authentic will not only help you in the show pen, but it will make you a better person overall, both in […]

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What Christmas Means to the Horse-Loving Equestrian

While December may be a series of unfortunate events for equestrians in some parts of the country, customarily consisting of incessant snowfall, heavy blankets, and a multitudinous amount of clothing, it also hosts the most optimal time of the year: Christmas!  Although riders are notorious for coddling their horses year round, Christmas still has always […]

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The Rock Candids: The Best Candids of 2016

The highly popular The Rock Candids were everywhere in 2016! GoHorseShow is able to bring the horse show to our readers through The Rock Candids. We featured candid photos from over 50 horse shows and major events throughout the year from all over the world including all AQHA and APHA World Shows, the Youth World […]

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Maximize the Off-Season: Five Ways to Get More From Your Lesson in 2017

We as riders tend to get into a comfortable routine when riding and we rarely deviate from normalcy. This can be especially true when it comes to our horseback riding lessons, especially during the off-season, no matter if we ride every day or just once a week. When asked to perform the same tasks over […]

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December Holiday Issue of GoMag Online Now

The gorgeous stallion, VS Code Blue appears on the December cover of GoMag. “Peyton” is out of the legendary Vital Signs Are Good and by RL Best Of Sudden. Peyton has the proven talent with the bloodlines to match. He is a two-time AQHA high point stallion in the western pleasure and trail, has superiors […]

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Riding In College: NCEA or IHSA…Which One is Best For You?

School is back in session and high school seniors get to daydream about throwing their graduation caps into the air in six short months. At the same time, high school juniors are beginning to think about gathering and submitting college applications. Finding a college that has the equestrian team of your dreams can be challenging. […]

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Cyber Monday Sale – Save 20% on GoMag Pages, Training Videos and Web Ads

Cyber Monday is the only sale GoHorseShow will offer all year.  This year, as a thank you to our readers and advertisers, we are offering 20% off the entire site. The unprecedented savings includes all GoMag ads, Training Videos and GoHorseShow Web ads. This is GoHorseShow’s best Cyber Monday deal ever! Just as print advertising […]

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Avery Ellis Wins AQHA Collegiate Horsemanship Challenge

Texas A&M Equestrian’s Avery Ellis won the American Quarter Horse Association Collegiate Horsemanship Challenge as part of the Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show on Thursday in Oklahoma City. “I couldn’t be more proud of Avery,” Texas A&M Horsemanship coach Jessie Weisinger said. “She rode extremely well with no penalties in all three rounds on […]

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Part of A Team: AQHA Youth Sign Letters of Intent to NCEA Teams

When it comes to showing horses, your “team” is comprised of you and your equine partner and your competition is literally everyone else. Like any other sport, riding and showing horses takes countless hours of dedication and practice, therefore, for many growing up on the show circuit, it leaves little time to participate in any […]

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