- 2018 QH Congress Show Schedule Released
- WCHA Versatility Stakes Classes
- 2018 AQHA Standing-Committee Reports Available
- Masterson Farms Announces Loss of CP Surely The Best
- Keith and Sydney Miller’s Farm Hit by Tornado
- AQHA Select World Judges Announced for 2018
- Thin Your Herd in the May Internet Horse Auctions
- AQHA Level 1 Central – All-Around and High Point Winners
- Reach Out and Amplify at YES
Emily Ambrose for GoHorseShowThere is no way to put it gently and we all know the cold, hard facts; horses are expensive. With the economy still recovering and vet bills not getting any cheaper, owning a horse can take a toll on the wallet. In addition to the monthly maintenance of vet bills and shoeing, showing a horse can cost even more with ... Read More...
GoHorseShowAmateur exhibitor, Lena Sailor Berry, is a self-proclaimed “web-footed Oregonian” who grew up in Portland and ended up in Albany after attending college and starting her career. “I don’t remember falling in love with horses; I have always been in love with them,” Berry told us. She works for All Points Market... Read More...
GoHorseShowThe AQHA Level 1 West Championships got underway on Thursday, April 18th and is running through the 22nd in Las Vegas, NV. Rookie and Level 1 are the two levels of AQHA competition designed for beginner to minimally accomplished competitors, respectively. The Level 1 Championships were designed to celebrate the accompl... Read More...
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GoHorseShow with Arianne PaitIn the summer of 2016, horse trainer, E.H. Pait and his wife, Arianne, had the opportunity to sell their farm and home in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The couple decided they wanted to build a new place from the ground up. E.H. is a well-known western pleasure futurity trainer who has ridden and trained several AQHA World and ... Read More...
Rachel Kooiker for GoHorseShowThe road to winning at horse shows isn't always filled with cutthroat competitors who thirst for nothing but the winning edge. In fact, many exhibitors take a more laid-back approach to the horse show life— happy to show, socialize and enjoy hearing their name called now and again. But staying stagnant in your skill ... Read More...