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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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Auburn Upsets No. 1 Georgia to Win 2018 NCEA National Championship

WACO, Texas – Auburn University won its fourth overall National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) National Championship on Saturday, as the second-seeded Tigers upset No. 1 seed Georgia, 10-5, at the Extraco Events Center. Auburn’s win on Saturday marks the fourth time in the last five years that the No. 1 team has not won the Overall […]

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Five Ways to Become a Successful NCEA Equestrian

APHA has partnered with the National Collegiate Equestrian Association to help support the advancement of Women’s Equestrian on the path to National Collegiate Athletic Association championship sport status. NCEA equestrienne Lacey Bohn shares her insight about competing on a varsity equestrian team: It takes great talent to be able to compete on the collegiate level, but […]

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Winter Blues Busters: 10 Ways to Beat the Blahs

Most of the time, the prospect of working with your horse is the thing that gets you out of bed in the morning. Most of the time, thinking about a lesson or training session puts a little spark in your eye and spring in your step. Most of the time. But if we’re honest, there […]

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February 2018 Breeding Issue of GoMag Online Now

February is the month for Valentine’s Day and the February Breeding issue of GoMag is the perfect resource to help find those special love interests for your mares. With breeding season in full swing, many mare owners are playing matchmaker and searching for the perfect cross to raise the next World Champion. This issue is […]

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How to Maintain Your GPA while Showing Horses

Balancing school and horses is a challenging task for all ages, whether that be middle school, high school, college or online. Keeping up with homework and studying is very time consuming, so add the responsibility of horses, and you will find yourself in a stressful situation that most school attending equestrians face daily. To resolve […]

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Lessons Learned from Losing

No matter what sport or game you are competing in, no one enjoys hearing that they are not the best. The initial disappointment of losing is not at all desirable, no matter how long you have been showing. However, aside from the immediate frustration in the outcome, there are many lessons to be learned from […]

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Those Darn Diagonals: Getting Them Right the First Time with Carla Wennberg

Watching an almost flawless English equitation pattern may make one in awe of how quickly an accomplished rider picks up their diagonals correctly without looking. However, one missed beat, and it can be death to a high score. To the bane of many judges and inexperienced riders, missing the correct diagonal can leave one grimacing […]

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Sixteen College Equestrians Rise to the AQHA World Show Challenge

Riding on a college equestrian team is a dream for many within the horse industry. Although this is not always an easy task, anything is a possibility with a little hard work, determination and passion. Besides having your trainer, barn family and family behind you, showing horses is not considered a “team” event. However, once […]

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