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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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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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Seven Things True Horseman do Differently

We’ve all seen them. They are the ones who know a horse in the distance and immediately know it’s different. These trainers are the ones who communicate effortlessly, almost telepathically and execute flawless maneuvers. They have never-ending patience and always make thoughtful decisions. They are the ones who see a spark in a foal’s eye […]

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April Level 1 Championships Issue of GoMag Online Now

As the weather and competition at the shows this spring starts to warm up, GoMag showcases the hottest horses, breeders, owners, trainers, exhibitors and businesses in the industry. The April 2018 issue of GoMag continues our tradition of featuring the AQHA Level 1 Championships. AQHA upped the ante for Level 1 exhibitors in 2016, adding […]

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Top 10 Funniest Horse Show Memes

A meme is largely known as an amusing or interesting item (such as a captioned picture or video) or genre of things that is spread widely online primarily through social media. Memes are often relatable and hysterical to the viewers. Many horse show exhibitors have experienced meme-worthy moments throughout the years. Whether it be forgetting […]

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More Kimes Kandids, Results, & Go-To Place for March To The Arch Coverage

The March To The Arch horse show is a very unique event that raises money for cancer research. Founded in 2005 by Doug Landon following his diagnosis of testicular cancer, Doug’s mission has been to utilize the horse industry to fight the battle against cancer. The March To The Arch has raised over $600,000 and currently […]

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Gary Gordon’s Funeral Arrangements Announced

Gary Patrick Michael Gordon was born July 11, 1940, in Caster, Alberta, Canada, to Gregory and Anne Hetherington Gordon As a young Canadian, our friend Gary rode saddle broncs. He later traded that career to train horses for Halter, Western Pleasure and Reining events. In addition, Gary sold real estate, specializing in farm and ranch […]

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We Ask Trainers: How to be a Better Client?

From our first time saddling a horse to our first big win, our horse trainers are there to give instructions and guidance. Ultimately, the objective of our trainers is to help us achieve our goals. They are the means to the ends we are working toward because they know how to get there. However, the […]

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86 Horses & Over 80,000 Points Later, Sally Griffin Makes her Mark on the Paint Industry

“Horse show family.” A term all horse enthusiasts have used at some point. For many, this industry becomes more than just a hobby (although it starts out that way), it becomes a way of life. Discovering that there are fellow “horse addicts” leads us to our tribe. The show career of longtime self-proclaimed horse addict, […]

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