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We Ask the Industry: How have Horses Helped You Through Tough Times?

Trying to navigate life in general is a challenge and oftentimes, that’s where our beloved horses come into play. In our industry, there may be some people who consider the horse business just a business. But, for most of us, horses are our lifetime loves that see us through hard times. They are the ones that […]

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Not Making the Cut Part 2 – How to Decide if It’s Your Horse or Trainer

In part 2 of our series, Not Making the Cut: How to Decide if It’s Your Horse or Trainer, we continue the discussion of how to determine your next step in the difficult task of deciding whether the horse is just not good enough or the trainer is not the right match for your horse. […]

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Highpoint Performance Horses Stallion Showcase is a Huge Success

On Saturday, nearly 600 people came from all over the U.S. to attend the Highpoint Performance Horses Stallion Showcase that featured several top stallions in the industry including Hot Ones Only, The Born Legacy, I Got Em Talkin, Slick By Design, Hubba Hubba Huntin and VS GoodRide. “We had lines of people entering our drawing for free […]

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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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Picking Them Right, Part 2: How to Find the Right Prospect

Perhaps your daily drive passes a field of yearlings or newly turned two-year-olds, or maybe you have been perusing the internet for your next equine candidate. Narrowing down the choice to just one can often be difficult. Everyone wants to own the next superstar. In Part Two of our Picking Them Right series (read Part […]

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We Ask Show Managers: What Are Your Biggest Pet Peeves?

GoHorseShow talked to several of the top AQHA/APHA show managers and secretaries in the industry and asked them what they would like exhibitors to know to help them in the show office. Often, show managers are doing the best they can and need a little help from others to get the show running more efficiently. […]

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Not Making the Cut Part 1 – How to Decide if It’s Your Horse or Trainer

Think back to the last roller coaster you were on; remember the ups and downs, twists and turns, the thrill, the fear and the questioning whether you’d lost your mind setting foot on the thing in the first place? Now consider what a graph of a horse owner’s emotions would look like from the time […]

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10 Things You Probably Don’t Know about Lisa Mazurka

The next exhibitor in our highly popular “10 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Me” series is Amateur competitor, Lisa Mazurka of Sutton, Massachusetts. She rides under the guidance of Gene Spagnola, Gretchen Mathes, Jessica Ross and Ricky Noiseux at Powder Brook Farm located in Harwinton, CT. Mazurka shows Invested In Cowboys (aka “Mudflap”), an 8-year-old sorrel […]

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Assistant Trainer Spotlight: United Kingdom Native Chris Dalton of Baldwin Quarter Horses

The horse show industry reaches far and wide and of course, all across the world. Chris Dalton tells us about his journey to the United States and how he got involved with training horses. Initially from Newcastle, United Kingdom, Dalton developed a passion for horses and never looked back. At a young age, Dalton started […]

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Working What You’ve Got: How To Make the Most of Your Height

Have you ever seen an Olympic gymnast who is 6′ tall? How about a college basketball star under 5′? Even though showing horses is by nature a physical sport, your overall height and body type don’t play much of a role in your ability to compete. This is why you’ll see champions and leading riders […]

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