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GoMag: March Spring Show Issue Online Now

Spring has sprung and so has the March 2023 Spring Shows issue of GoMag. With some of the biggest shows in the industry right around the corner, you don't want to miss this one.

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Featured on the March issue of GoMag are Talk Southern To Me and Allison Rassinoux. “Puddin” is a 2015 gelding by Its A Southern Thing, out of Sleepy Pleasures.

This team currently shows in the Amateur Hunter Under Saddle and Equitation, in addition to the Non-Pro Maturity Hunter Under Saddle events. “I call him my magnificent moose – mostly due to his 17.2 hand frame, and the way he grunts when he lays down to take a nap,” Allison says about her partner in crime. “He lives for naps and food – I feel that we are very much alike in that regard.”

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Some of this duo’s biggest accomplishments include being Top 10 at the Congress in multiple events two years in a row, in addition to being Top 5 and Top 10 in the World in 2021 and 2022.

A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Rassinoux is a small animal veterinarian in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. Her husband, Sebastien Rassinoux is a native of Paris, France. “Yes, you can blame him for my last name being every horse show announcer’s worst nightmare.”

This huge animal lover has three dogs: two American Staffordshire Terriers, April and Mae, and a Treeing Walker Coonhound, June. The couple also have a cat, Crusty Rusty, who was a surgery patient of hers from the Mount Juliet Animal Shelter.

Her big dream show goals would be to place Top 3 at the AQHA and/or NSBA World Show in the Hunter Under Saddle or Equitation classes. “You would not be able to get me out of the clouds for a long time if I were to accomplish those goals!” says Allison.

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Recently, Rassinoux decided to make some changes to reach those goals.

“I owe Amanda Gately so much for helping to create the team that we are today; however, we recently changed programs to ride with Keith Miller of Miller Quarter Horses. I have always admired Keith as a trainer, judge, and competitor.”

Since joining the MQH family in November of 2022, Allison says they have already learned a great deal. “Being able to get a judge’s perspective on patterns, and rail classes as well, is a truly eye-opening experience. Thus far, it has been an absolute dream, and I cannot wait to see how Puddin and I continue to progress as a team under Keith’s guidance.”

Best of luck to Allison and Talk Southern To Me in all of your upcoming endeavors.

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Cover Design: Natalie Zvanya – Cover Photos: Miranda Taylor & Cody Parmenter

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The deadline for the April Level 1 Championships issue of GoMag is Tuesday, March 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.

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