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Five Ways to Be Kind to Your Fellow Exhibitors

Kindness does not cost anything and it has incredible effects on a community. The horse world is very small – everyone knows everyone, therefore, it is exponentially more important to spread positive energy. Horse shows can be stressful and often exhausting. Sometimes it is hard to put your best foot forward every second of every […]

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Finding Your Fit & Style: Kimes Ranch Jeans

Having comfortable, durable and stylish jeans is a necessity for both men and women in the equine industry. Kimes Ranch Jeans has created just that. Their jeans have the longevity and durability you demand because they only source ring spun denim. Ring spun denim has greater tensile/tear strength in the fabric form than open-end yarn […]

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Fashion Police: What Not to Wear – Horse Show Edition

If you have been showing horses for any amount of time, you have undoubtedly stumbled upon old pictures that include questionable fashion choices. While great memories came flooding back, you probably looked at what you were wearing and thought, “What was I thinking?” Though fashion is not an exact science and people can represent their […]

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10 Things You Probably Don’t Know about Shorty of Shorty’s Caboy Hattery

The next person in our highly popular, 10 Things You Probably Don’t Know about Me, series is Shorty Koger of Shorty’s Caboy Hattery. Shorty is known as the premier hatter on the forefront of launching new hat trends in the horse industry every year. Shorty says she is always asked which stars wear her hats, […]

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We Ask Trainers: What is Your Favorite Bit?

Any professional athlete will tell you they have a favorite piece of equipment. For instance, Tiger Woods has a favorite putter; it even has a name “The Scotty.” Jack Nicklaus had “White Fang” and Bobby Jones “Calamity Jane.” When you have a piece of equipment that has a human-like name, you know it’s special. The […]

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Show Me Style: Wallet-Wise with Wendy Brown of Show Me Again

How to Look Like a Million Bucks this Summer without Spending an Arm and a Leg Ready to hit the shows this summer but need new show clothes? You don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to look your best. Read along for Show Me Again’s guide to smart and wallet-savvy summer style: […]

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We Love our Big Rigs: Horse Trailer Talk from the Experts

Are you currently shopping for your next trailer and struggling to make a decision? Which brand do you choose? How many stalls should it be? Do you need living quarters or not? These are the questions most people decipher when shopping for that perfect trailer. GoHorseShow decided to ask the professionals. We talked with top […]

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First Ninety Days with a New Trainer: What to Expect

Perhaps you have just decided to send your horse to a trainer or you have decided to switch to a different trainer. Starting at a new camp can be exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. We live in a world where we all want a quick fix and to see results fast. When someone […]

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Spot My Blue Boy Overcomes Life-Threatening Injury with Miraculous Recovery

Sometimes miracles do happen, as with the case of Spot My Blue Boy (Domino) and his incredible recovery from a life-threatening injury. On January 12, 2018, Domino was found three-legged lame in his stall. After the vet took an x-ray, they found out he had shattered his left rear pastern. “As soon I saw the […]

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Five Things We Forget to Thank Our Horse Show Parents For

There is no way to put it gently and we all know the cold, hard facts; horses are expensive. With the economy still recovering and vet bills not getting any cheaper, owning a horse can take a toll on the wallet. In addition to the monthly maintenance of vet bills and shoeing, showing a horse […]

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