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Fossil Gate Farms Purchases ApHC Multiple World Champion Halter Sire, Suchan Ego

We would like to congratulate Gary and Linda Gordon of Fossil Gate Farms on the purchase of multiple ApHC World Champion and World Champion Halter Sire, Suchan Ego. The 2010, 16 hand stallion is a three-time ApHC World and two-time National Champion. He has sired several world and reserve world champions including Egomaniac, Egomania, Retrobution, […]

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Amy Gumz Sells Its A Pretty Thing to The Medows Family

GoHorseShow would like to congratulate the Medows Family of Cuba, Missouri on purchasing the great mare, Its A Pretty Thing (Callie) for their daughter Giorgia Medows. This up-and-coming star is by Its A Southern Thing’s first foal crop. Callie and trainer, Aaron Moses, recently won the Novice Horse Slot Class at The Madness as well as […]

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What’s Hot in English Attire with Boo Yah Custom Clothing

As riders trot into a hunter under saddle class, it is easy to get lost in the crowd.  The arena is packed with similarly colored horses and people in tan breeches, unlike the western pen, where exhibitors stand out with colorful attire.  Thus, riders are continuously developing trends that make them different from the others. […]

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Five Tips from Clients on Finding the Right Trainer

When searching for a new or first horse trainer, there is always some level of trepidation. Finding the right person to guide a rider and their horse to success is often an interesting journey. Often times, what an equestrian needs when he or she is starting out can be very different from what a rider […]

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Youth Exhibitor, Laska Anderson Reports from Redbud Spectacular

Hello everyone! Unfortunately, this is my last Redbud Report, as I’m done showing and am heading back home. However, the show is far from over; the remainder of this week will be filled with over fences classes, reining, trail, western riding, and showmanship. Today’s events consisted of trail, pleasure driving, western pleasure, horsemanship, hunter under […]

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Amateur Exhibitor, Elizabeth Breene Opens Hearts and Inspires the Horse Industry

At thirty-years-old, Amateur, Elizabeth Breene of Franklin, Pennsylvania has already overcome challenges that many people never have to face during their lifetime. Her horse trainer, Melissa Henry-Shetler describes her as, “vivacious, determined, and loyal.” Breene was born with a rare congenital heart defect (CHD). The type of heart defect she has is progressive, so it […]

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Social Media Part 3: Etiquette, the 10 Dos and Don’ts

How many times in real life are you in a room with thousands of people and can easily share your thoughts, feelings, and opinions with them instantly? The answer is likely every day. While you may not think of social media as a room where thousands are congregated, this figurative comparison is more accurate than […]

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The Rock Candids and Report from ArQHA Memorial Day Circuit

Arkansas Quarter Horse Association’s Memorial Day Circuit produced great numbers in Tunica, Mississippi. The show was four days long. It started on Friday at 10 am and ended on Monday at 2:30 pm. The 15th Anniversary of the Stanford Happening was held in conjunction with the show and awarded 16 buckles, nearly $3,400, and a […]

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