- AQHA Partners With Shorty’s Caboy Hattery
- AjPHA World Show Patterns Posted
- Yearling HUS Stakes Session Added to the Congress Super Sale
- APHA Judges Approved for NCEA Events
- Ford Youth World Entry Info
- 2018 AjPHA World Show Judges
- APHA Contender Series Offers Showing Opportunities for Newbies
- Nine Must-Do’s for YES Attendees
- 2019 Select World Performance Halter Rule Announced
Darla Lee for GoHorseShowEditor's Note: Ohio trainer and GoHorseShow writer Darla Lee discusses some common misconceptions about horse trainers. Darla Lee was born in Apple Valley, California where she began riding horses at the age of nine. She later moved to Ohio where she attended College at the University of Findlay. She has worked for man... Read More...
GoHorseShowThe Connecticut Classic, an AQHA show held June 13th through the 17th, took place at the Eastern States Expo in West Springfield, MA. The show offered a $375 flat, all-inclusive fee. The judges for the show were John Boxell, Michelle Tidwell, Melissa Sexton and Matt Howell. “The show was great, and the weather ... Read More...
Rachel Kooiker for GoHorseShowRecent research in neuroscience has revealed that when a group of students reports feeling close to one another their brain scans demonstrate that their minds sync up on the same wavelengths. While you may not need your barn mates to share one mind, we’ve all been to a horse show and seen the team that sticks toge... Read More...
GoHorseShow/Rachel KooikerMaybe he’s the cowboy who inspired your love for horses and riding. Perhaps he’s the one who drove the truck and trailer faithfully up and down the road. Or maybe he’s the one who would have preferred to take his golf cart to an actual course instead of a horse show. No matter what his special role in your lif... Read More...
Cat Guenther for GoHorseShowMistakes happen. That is a fact of every aspect of life. But how do we, as exhibitors, learn to conquer a significant error in the show pen? Maybe it was going off pattern at a major show or even falling off. After all, we are only human, and our equine partners are large animals. We are bound to make errors, and no... Read More...