Breeding & Foaling News Category

NSBA World & Reserve World Champion Makin Me Willy Wild to Stand at North Farm in 2019

“We are going to be standing Makin Me Willy Wild at North Farm in 2019 to a limited book of mares,” Debbi Trubee excitedly announced at the NSBA World Show. “Geoffrey has had a stellar summer riding with trainer Kenny Lakins and was just crowned Reserve World Champion in the Three-Year-Old Open Western Pleasure. Geoffrey […]

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The Lopin Machine’s First Foals Make Winning Debut

The Lopin Machine’s (aka Clyde) oldest crop hit the pen at the Big A Circuit with resounding success. Livin Da Dream, owned by Jay and Kristy Starnes, was champion in the Premier Quarter Sires Yearling Longe Line, shown by Kristy Starnes and Reserve was The Lopin Illusion, owned by Rawlings Enterprises LLC and shown by Jay […]

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July AQHYA World Show Issue of GoMag Online Now

The month of July, for many young horse show competitors, kicks off the long-awaited countdown to the AQHYA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. Whether it’s their first trip through the Gateway of Champions, or if they are a Youth World Show veteran such as Emma Brown, who is proudly feature on the cover of […]

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June Summer Shows & AjPHA World Show Issue of GoMag Online Now

The June 2018 issue of GoMag is special for many reasons. Not only is it the Summer Shows and AjPHA World Show issue, this issue marks the 10th anniversary of the first ever issue of GoMag. GoHorseShow launched to the public on June 1, 2008 and the subsequent publication of the June 2008 issue of […]

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Spot My Blue Boy Overcomes Life-Threatening Injury with Miraculous Recovery

Sometimes miracles do happen, as with the case of Spot My Blue Boy (Domino) and his incredible recovery from a life-threatening injury. On January 12, 2018, Domino was found three-legged lame in his stall. After the vet took an x-ray, they found out he had shattered his left rear pastern. “As soon I saw the […]

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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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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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Masterson Farms’ CP Surely The Best Makes Stellar American Debut

Exciting things are happening at Masterson Farms located in Somerville, Tennessee. Ken and Marilyn Masterson, who own and stand, RL Best Of Sudden, recently went on a mission to find a son of their stallion to continue the outstanding RL Best Of Sudden tradition. CP Surely The Best (Diesel) fit the bill. The 2012 chestnut […]

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Close Inspection: How Changes in APHA’s Registration Rules Have Impacted Paint Breeders

The American Paint Horse is a breed that has been developed around colorful pinto coat patterns as well as stock-horse breed characteristics. The American Paint Horse Association is the second largest breed registry in the United States, based on the number of horses registered annually. But exactly which horses make it into either the Solid […]

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Industry Mourns the Loss of All-Time Leading Hunter Under Saddle Sire Last Detail

We are saddened to report the passing of legendary leading sire, Last Detail, due to complications associated with laminitis. He was 27. The 1991 bay stallion was by Jetaway Easy and out of Lilly La Belle and bred by Clifton Throneberry of Tulsa, Oklahoma. At the time of his passing, the legendary stallion was owned […]

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