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APHA World and Reserve World Champion HR Zip Me Passes

GoHorseShow is heartbroken to report the passing of APHA World and Reserve World Champion, HR Zip Me. On Tuesday, March 7th, he was euthanized due to complications with a soft tissue injury. The talented 12-year-old all-around paint gelding was well known to many in the industry. “My heart, my soul, my once-in-a-lifetime partner has crossed […]

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Nine Tack Stall Hacks to Organize Your Horse Show Home

At the horse show, the stall areas become home away from home for trainers and exhibitors. Often, there are classic drapes, wooden frames, and relaxing living room setups. There are cozy couches and lounge chairs, tables and lamps, coolers of refreshments and snack tables. It has also become a great place to display exhibitor photos […]

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Darol Rodrock: Raising the Right Kind

There is a select group of people who achieve single goals with their equine partners which are the highlight of their lives; a World or Congress Championship, an honor roll title, or producing offspring that go on to a successful career. Then, there are the rare individuals whose achievements span a lifetime. Such is the […]

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VS Flatline and VS Code Red Offer Breeding Special in Honor of Late, Great Vital Signs Are Good

The Glover/Galyean Partnership is offering a breeding special of $500 off the breeding fee to VS Flatline (Kobe) and VS Code Red (Waylon) in honor of their late mother, Vital Signs Are Good (Lucy). Highpoint Performance Horses Breeding Manager Christi Christensen told us that, for example, if you breed a mare to VS Flatline for […]

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GoSmart with Charlie and Jason: Be Smart About Horse Shopping – Part One

GoHorseShow, in partnership with SmartPak, is pleased to continue the highly popular column, GoSmart with Charlie and Jason. Team SmartPak riders, Charlie Cole and Jason Martin, have achieved success beyond compare. Since founding Highpoint Performance Horses in 1992, they have trained over 100 World Champions and 200 All-American Quarter Horse Congress Champions. Without question, a […]

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Youth, Hannah Warren, Gets Surprise of Her Life in Heartwarming Video

If you ever want to get the “Best Mom” award in the horse industry, this is the way to do it. On her 18th birthday, Carrie Geldner’s daughter, Hannah Warren, was surprised with a new equine partner, Dreamin To Extreme. Take a look at this heartwarming, secret video done by Mallory Beinborn of Impulse Photography. “We […]

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Varying Perspectives: Showing as a Youth with Horse Parents vs Non-Horse Parents

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Speaking 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 […]

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Secrets from the Experts: Designing Winning Ads

Ads 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 […]

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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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Promotional Videos Prove an Important Factor in Breeding Success

Like accidents do, it happened fast. Brenna Weaver, a then seven-year-old horse-crazy girl, quietly picked up her mom’s camera. As it tends to go with children and expensive gadgets, she subsequently broke it. It was when she would unwrap the first camera of her own, a birthday gift from her mom, that her passion for […]

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