- AQHA Announces 2019 Dates
- Judges Named for AQHYA World Show
- March Online Auctions Combined
- Four New APHA Performance Rules Go Into Effect April 1st
- AQHA Incentive Fund Final Payout
- Help Nebraska Livestock in Need
- 2019 Select World Schedule Revised
- Trainer Holden Jung Stepping Out On His Own
- Gordyville Slot Class Winners
Ahead of the Curve Part 1: How to Practice for the Unexpected in Pattern Classes with Carla Wennberg
Natalie Linders for GoHorseShiwIn recent years, judges have been upping the ante at peak levels of competition by incorporating unique obstacles and maneuvers into pattern work. The horse showing community has been abuzz over unforeseen twists in all types of pattern classes. Remember the bushes and the old-school cross-overs in the Amateur Showmans... Read More...
Chenay Jordan-McDowell for GoHorseshowEditor's Note: This article was first published two years ago and was a huge hit. Since publishing, trainer Keith Miller has become even more dominant in the hunter under saddle classes. In case you missed it the first time, read more about his tips for this popular class below. According to the AQHA rulebook, the c... Read More...
Cat Guenther for GoHorseShow“Isn’t he too old?”, “Won’t he go crippled soon?”, “You know he is 19, right?” These are just a few of the many questions I get about my horse, Zippos Kat Man Do (Teddy) when we became a team last June. He has led me to achieve some of my biggest goals already in such a short time. Yes, he is 19 y... Read More...
Samantha Fox for GoHorseShowTo be a horse trainer is to be willing to deal with the daily toils and the rigorous ups and downs of getting horses ready to show year-after-year. However, we only see a fraction of the countless hours of labor they put in for their clients to succeed in the show pen. But has anyone ever stopped to think what we’... Read More...
Laura Boynton for GoHorseShowThe responsibilities of owning horses are never-ending, time-consuming and can add up to be quite expensive. With the amount of care and attention horses require, there is no doubt that leases in the equine industry exist for a reason. Several owners, trainers and boarding facilities lease horses as a service to acc... Read More...