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Short-Hair Secrets for Horse Showing in Winter

For most people, long-haired horses aren’t such a bad idea. It’s natural for livestock to grow thick coats when the days get shorter and cooler, and the extra hair keeps them safe and warm, protecting them from chill and sickness. If you show horses, however, there has probably been at least one frustrating season where […]

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Christmas Party Season: Holiday Traditions in the Horse Industry

The holiday season is officially upon us. Thanksgiving has passed and everyone is gearing up for the next big holiday. Christmas time is filled with gifts, being surrounded by loved ones and parties with friends and family. Our fellow barn members are practically family and we spend many hours, days and weeks with them throughout […]

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Tips and Tricks for Planning Ahead for Show Season

Editor’s Note: GoHorseShow writer and Amateur exhibitor, Morgan McCarthy-Warda of Lapeer, Michigan gives advice and tips on how to prepare for the 2019 show season. The 2019 horse show season is almost here. I remember writing nearly those exact words last December – it’s crazy to think that we are here again. The equine industry […]

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Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas for the Equestrian Lover

‘Twas a week before Christmas and all through the stable, not a shopper was finished, they just were not able. But GoHorseShow was full of spirit and cheer, for the time for our last minute holiday gift guide was here. Black Friday’s over, Cyber Monday’s no longer a thing, but the holiday shopping season is […]

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Masterson Farms Announces Purchase of The Lopin Machine

Masterson Farms, LLC is excited to announce the purchase of The Lopin Machine, a 2012 Chestnut Stallion and 2014 Congress Masters Champion. This 15.1 hands and five panel negative Stallion was sired by A Good Machine and is out of Hot Lopin Louise, three times a Congress Champion and a NSBA Horse of the Year. […]

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Ten Great Equine-Related Charities for Your Holiday Gift Giving List

Are you in search of an equine-related charitable organization to add to your holiday gift giving list? GoHorseShow has compiled a list of ten great equine-related charities that need our help this holiday season. Although there are several great horse charities, these are some of our favorites, several of which we have featured in articles […]

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GoHorseShow Celebrates National Day of the Horse

On November 18, 2004, United States Senate Resolution 452 recognized December 13 as National Day of the Horse. This day is celebrated annually and encourages people to be mindful of the contribution of horses to the economy, history, and character of the United States. America’s horse is embedded in US history by their use in […]

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Five Tips for Eliminating Barn Drama Heading into the New Year

American basketball coach Don Meyer once said, “It costs nothing to be nice to people.” Kindness is entirely free and makes horse showing much more enjoyable. Competition can bring out the best in all of us. And the worst. Being sweaty and covered in dirt and rhinestones at the same time can bring training programs […]

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Transformation Tuesday: From Babies to Champions – North Farm Raising Them Right

Year after year, Debbi Trubee and Roger Landis are among the very best breeders and managers in the industry. For the 2019 breeding season, they are standing the AQHA stallions, Winnies Willy, The Best Martini, The Lopin Machine, Makin Me Willy Wild and I Am The Party at their beautiful North Farm in North Lawrence, […]

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Trainers Share Their Favorite Holiday Gifts from Clients

While December may be a series of unfortunate events for equestrians in some parts of the country, customarily consisting of constant snowfall, heavy blankets and a multitudinous amount of clothing, it also hosts the most optimal time of the year: Christmas. It is a time to give back to the community and express our appreciation […]

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