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Dealing with Doubt in the Midst of a Pandemic with Charlie Cole and Carla Wennberg

The COVID-19 pandemic has canceled a lot of plans — vacations, school, and, unfortunately, some horse shows. But, as the virus gets somewhat under control, there is a certain sense of normalcy returning with some horse show circuits starting back up again. Deciding what’s best for you and your horse can be tricky, though. AQHA […]


Recap of AQHA’s First Virtual Youth Excellence Seminar

For members of the American Quarter Horse Youth Association, the Youth Excellence Seminar or YES is one of the best times of the year. This annual conference is usually held in Amarillo, Texas, where AQHA’s Headquarters reside. This three-day conference is filled with inspiring speakers, fun activities, and the election of AQHYA’s Youth Board. In […]


Five Tips to Prepare for Big Shows without the Normal Preparation with Brad Jewett

Legendary National Champion basketball coach Bobby Knight once said, “Most people have the will to win, but few have the will to prepare to win.” Preparation is the key to success, especially in the show pen. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus has sidelined many exhibitors recently because of show cancellations or quarantine. As a result, exhibitors may […]


UPDATED LIST: Horse Events Canceled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus

As the concern of COVID-19 continues to spread, the horse world has responded by canceling or postponing some events. GoHorseShow will update this list as official announcements are made that impact our industry’s events. Canceled or Postponed Events ARHA World Championship Show – Wilmington, OH – June 23 – Postponed to December and moved to […]


AQHA to Proceed with Youth World Championship Show

The AQHA Executive Committee has approved to proceed with the 2020 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show to be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July 29 – August 8. Entry information will be shared on at the beginning of June. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is rather hit or miss to determine […]