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Is the Horse Trainer a Dying Breed?

To be a horse trainer is to be willing to deal with the daily toils and the rigorous ups and downs of getting horses ready to show year-after-year. However, we only see a fraction of the countless hours of labor they put in for their clients to succeed in the show pen. But has anyone […]

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Showing “Up”- Tips for Showing Against Tougher Competition

When planning a show schedule for the upcoming year, many exhibitors ask themselves, “Do I try the large, competitive circuit that everyone’s been talking about”? For many exhibitors, the thought of attending a massive, competitive show for the first time can seem an insurmountable challenge. Many shy away from trying this type of show out […]

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GoMag: February Breeding Issue 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 features […]

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GoMag: January Stallion Edition Online Now

Ring in the New Year with the January Stallion Issue of GoMag. Breeding season is almost here and and it’s time to start deciding who you are going to breed your mares to in 2019. This issue features some of the best studs in the country, whether your preference is western, english or halter. This […]

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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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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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Tips to Recover from a Disappointing Year

As the show season ends and the new year approaches, you can’t help but reflect on the past. When you do, you may realize that you haven’t had the best year. You’ve chugged along, grinding and pulling your way through and, although you’ve had some small victories, luck just wasn’t on your side. Maybe your […]

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We Ask The Industry: What Are You Thankful For?

“Thanksgiving is the holiday that encompasses all others. All of them, from Martin Luther King Day to Arbor Day to Christmas to Valentine’s Day, are in one way or another about being thankful.”
― Jonathan Safran Foer Whether you will be spending Thanksgiving swinging your leg over a few horses, competing at a horse show or […]

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GoMag: November AQHA World Show Issue Online Now

Although you may feel as though you just returned home from the All-American Quarter Horse Congress, there is no time to catch your breath. It’s World Show time! The November issue of GoMag, our AQHA World Show issue, features many of the wonderful horses competing at the AQHA World Championship show in Oklahoma City in […]

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Trainer Power: How Top Trainers Learn from Each Other

The equine industry is unique. Horse trainers and exhibitors compete against one another in the arena every day, but on the outside of the show pen, it is generally one big family. Trainers want to help each other to grow and improve our industry every day. They collaborate with one another on the best feed, […]

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