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GoMag: June Summer Shows Issue Online Now

Horse shows are back, and so is the next great issue of GoMag. Go check out the June Summer Shows issue now.
While the horse community was forced to stay home for most of March, April and May, the month of June brings the welcome return of horse shows and newfound optimism. Nothing makes us happier than being able to say let’s go horse show! As people start to dust off their chaps (while hoping they fit), we are proud to publish the June Summer Shows issue of GoMag. This issue features the best riders, horses, trainers, products and services, who have all helped sustain our industry during these trying times.

Another wonderful reason for hope is the young exhibitors who are the future of the horse show world. One of the brightest up-and-coming stars is young Trinity Bell whose #warriorup motto helps give her strength, both in the arena and in life.

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Trinity Bell, the daughter of Don and Joetta Bell, may be just ten-years-old, but she is no stranger to the show arena. Her horse, A Certain Faith is four years older than she is and has been the perfect partner for Trinity to learn the ropes. Last year, the duo won the Small Fry Western Pleasure at the Quarter Horse Congress. This win was special to the Bell Family because Trinity’s mother, Joetta (Meredith) won the Small Fry Horsemanship at nine-years-old in 1990.

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Earlier this year, Trinity debuted in the loping classes at the Dixie Nationals. She competed in Level 1 Youth and 13 & Under All-Around classes.  “This was her first show to compete in loping classes as she has only competed in Small Fry and walk-trot classes. She ended up the Level 1 Youth All-Around Champion. She also won every class circuit championship in which she competed,” her proud mom, Joetta told us.

Trinity, who also loves basketball, dance, soccer, and art, is looking forward to getting back in the show arena. Due to being a Type 1 Diabetic with Celiac, she has stringent diet restrictions. With two autoimmune diseases, the family has to be very careful to monitor her glucose levels throughout the day. With the COVID-19 outbreak, they have to be even more diligent. “Horses are her reprieve,” Joetta adds. “They help develop focus, muscles from riding, and faith in herself.”

“Her goals for this year include staying healthy, ride 20 minutes without irons, and be the Small Fry All-Around at the Congress,” her mom says. “Horses are a gift, and we are so blessed to have the horse. What would we be without them? Trinity has had great coaches early on in her riding career, and she loves to learn new events. The future is hers to design, for she is stronger than she knows.”

CLICK HERE to view the June Issue of GoMag

The deadline for the July AQHYA World Show Issue of GoMag is Sunday, June 28th. To reserve your space, call or text Suzannah Fuhrman, GoHorseShow’s Co-founder and Executive Vice President at 214-449-8716 or email her at Suzannah@GoHorseShow.com. She will be happy to answer any of your questions and can help design an advertising package to fit your needs and budget perfectly. GoHorseShow…Where The Winners Go.

Cover Design: Courtney Moses – Cover Photo: Shane Rux
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