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Current Trends in Western Saddles – with Harris Leather & Silverworks

Harris Leather and Silverworks has been around for generations. Mabelene Harris began hand-tooling leather belts and purses in the 1960s and quickly became very popular among the horse show crowd in North Carolina. Fast forward to 1978, Ralph and Mabelene were selling hand-tooled and dyed leather show halters. Phil Harris, Ralph and Mabelene’s son, made […]


Visit Equine Sports Medicine – IceHorse Products Available at Congress

Announced earlier this year, IceHorse formed a new partnership with Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ESMR). Dedicated to treating the performance horse, ESMR features the professional insight of leading veterinarian Dr. Sherry Johnson, DVM, MS, DACVSMR, alongside her co-owners, Dr. Josh Donnell, DVM, and Dr. Cameron Stoudt, DVM. “Nothing compares, in effectiveness and in quality […]


VS GoodRide Candids from WSQHA North West Emerald Show

The WSQHA just held their North West Emerald Show September 9-12 in Monroe, Washington. The show had some exciting new changes and additions this year. “Humbled would be the first word that comes to mind for our first ever combined Quarter/Paint event. While many others have already done this, we wanted the partnership to be […]


VS GoodRide Candids from 2021 The Classic

The Texas Classic is back! Now named The Classic, TQHA wanted to bring back the greatness of the show from years ago. The show was held September 1-5 in Fort Worth, Texas. The judges for the show were Eric Hubbard, Kelly Chapman, Valerie Kearns, Judd Paul, Brent Maxwell, and Jon Barry. “We were so excited […]


Major Factors to Consider when Determining Stallion Potential – Part 2

In part 1 of this series, we discussed the importance of pedigree, movement, and temperament when choosing a potential stallion to promote. Moving on to part 2, we continue the discussion by exploring the importance of conformation, market potential, financial commitment, and the “wow factor” when determining an appropriate candidate to remain a breeding stallion. […]