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The Name Game – Creating the Perfect Name for Your Foal

Creating the perfect name for a new foal is one of the most exciting moments for horse owners. This name will stick with the horse through its show career. Great horses are remembered by their name. It can be passed on to offspring like Vital Signs Are Good and RL Best Of Sudden. Usually, you […]


GoMag: January 2023 Stallion Issue Online Now

CLICK HERE to view the January Issue of GoMag About the Cover Debbi Trubee of North Farm in North Lawrence, Ohio, said it was another incredible year for the Makin Me Willy Wild (Geoffrey) offspring. The 2015, 15.2H black stallion by Winnies Willy and out of Wildly Available is a Multiple World Champion & Congress Champion […]


Five Tips for Regaining Your Confidence After a Tough Year – with Kevin Dukes

It’s a new year. For some, the new year brings the promise of unlimited possibilities – the chance to pursue new dreams. For others, it can be difficult to find inspiration to keep going, especially following a year that brought struggles. We spoke with leading professional horseman Kevin Dukes for tips on how to find […]


New Year, New Goals: Getting 2023 Off on the Right Hoof – with Nancy Cahill 

It’s a New Year, which means new goals, new opportunities, and new focuses are at the forefront of our minds. It’s a time for making resolutions in hopes of setting the best intentions for ourselves and our equine partners. We spoke with Nancy Cahill, AQHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year and long-time member of the […]


The Art of Competitive Comparisons: When to Avoid Them and When They’re Beneficial to Self-Improvement

In any competitive activity, it is natural to draw comparisons. Comparison is an essential aspect of our industry: Who was the champion? Who has the most points at the end of the year? Who is the biggest money earner? Who is the leading sire in a particular discipline? The list of measures of comparison is […]


Free Beginner Lessons – Wheeler Performance Horses Giving Back to the Industry

We often have to face some doom and gloom about the show horse industry: the numbers are down, major shows are being canceled, the horses can’t hold up, it’s too expensive, beginners aren’t interested anymore, etc.  The concern over these issues has resulted in some drastic measures by major breed associations looking to redefine the […]


YEDA and AQHA: How Their Partnership is Providing Opportunities for Youth Members

The Youth Equestrian Development Association (YEDA) is a fast-growing, up-and-coming organization that provides learning opportunities for students from grades 4th through 12th. With nine different divisions, including equestrians with disabilities, walk-trot, alumni, horsemanship, ranch riding, and reining, YEDA offers riders an opportunity to develop a diverse range of skills. Not only does YEDA create the […]