Rock Candids News Category

The Rock Candids and Report from Keystone Showdown

Despite the wet weather and muddy conditions, the Keystone Showdown was a great success. Held in Centre Hall, PA at the Grange Park Fair and Equine facility, the show sold over 700 stalls and hosted competitors from across the country. The large class sizes, multiple drawings, and awards were a hit with all exhibitors. “Unfortunately, […]

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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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The Rock Candids & Report from MQHA Summer Series

MQHA Summer Series Grows by 1,300+ Entries The Michigan Quarter Horse Association kicked off its summer season by holding the 2017, 5 judge Summer Series horse show at a new location- the Midland County Fairgrounds. The site offers three covered arenas and an extensive number of camping sites. Perfect weather, great facilities, and newly added extras […]

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The Rock Candids & Rundown from Lucky 7 Classic

The Lucky 7 Classic Horse Show was recently held May 3-7 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The show is growing every year due to great show management, fabulous prizes and lots of points up for grabs. This show is one of the top shows in the industry every year and this year was no different. The classes were […]

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The Rock Candids and Report from MQHA Easter Eggstravaganza

The Michigan Quarter Horse Association kicked off its 2017 show tour on April 12-16, 2017 with their Easter EggStravaganza. The show is held every year at the Michigan State University Pavilion in East Lansing, Michigan. In 2016, the show made the Top 10 list from AQHA and didn’t disappoint this year. Over 7,100 entries and […]

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The Rock Candids and Report from Circle G Classic

ArQHA’s Circle G Classic presented significant numbers to six judges in Tunica, Mississippi on March 31 – April 2. This was the 10th year the show was held in Tunica. Awards given included arena bags and gift certificates to circuit champions and a buckle to the High-Point Select Amateur. The weekend started off on Friday […]

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Even More Rock Candids and Results from 2017 Arizona Sun Circuit

The Arizona Sun Circuit is a favorite horse show for many people and GoHorseShow is on site to capture candids and interesting stories from this year’s show. So far, the weather has been cooperating, and it appears to have been a smart move to change the show dates to March. Show management is making the […]

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The Rock Candids and Report from APHA Convention

The room was all smiles as APHA members got to reunite and celebrate the past, present, and future of the American Paint Horse Association at the 2017 APHA Convention in Irving, Texas. The convention was held from Thursday, February 23 to Monday, February 27. The 2016-2017 APHA President, Susie Shaw, opened this year’s conference with […]

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The Rock Candids and Report from Gordyville’s The Land of Lincoln Show

The Land of Lincoln Quarter Horse Association show took place at Gordyville USA, February 16-19. It was a sell out with over 400 stalls and 6,000 entries. The show was judged by Robin Frid, Johnathan Meilleur, Jason Smith, Murray Griggs, Jill Gomes Newcomb and Randy Wilson. Illinois had record-setting warm weather and everyone enjoyed being […]

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The Rock Candids and Report from 2017 Dixie National Quarter Horse Show

The Dixie National Quarter Horse Show was held February 15th through the 19th in Jackson, Mississippi. This top show in the nation featured southern hospitality at its best with excellent sized classes, great prizes, amazing show management and wonderful volunteers who helped run the show. Also known as The Southern Classic, the show offered over […]

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