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Emily Schexnayder Miller’s Style: Family, Home, and Horses

The 6th Annual Fashion Issue of GoMag features the stunning combination of Emily Miller and her black mare, Sheza Potential Diva.  Epitomizing fashion both in and out of the arena, Emily’s sense of style is based more in her lifestyle than the clothing she wears.  And she caries that style throughout the many facets of […]

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Believe in Your Unicorn, Believe in Yourself

“Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.” Suzy Kassem –  Anyone who has shown for any length of time understands the feelings of uncertainty and nervousness that comes with showing horses. This can be especially true when showing a new horse, a green horse, or a horse that occasionally likes to test you. We […]

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Explaining Doug Huls’ Revolutionary New Grid System for Pattern Classes

The majority of individuals in the horse industry are accustomed to a standard pattern set up with markers being located in the middle of the arena. You typically begin with a cone beside or near the horse and continue to execute the maneuvers in the order of how the cones are labeled. This structure allows […]

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Just What the Doctor Ordered: Horse Helps Heart Attack Survivor Heal

At 54, Mike Clark was the picture of clean health. As a UPS driver, Clark was very active and in good shape. However, as show season began to get more intense in the late Spring of 2018, Mike’s health declined and he began to feel not quite right. At the beginning of June, Mike had […]

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Horse Show Fashion Dos and Don’ts

Fashion is a statement of individuality, both in and out of the show pen. From high-profile runways to show pens, style is an expression of who you are as a person and exhibitor. Horse show fashion trends are constantly evolving with a changing industry. This makes putting together a perfect outfit like an intricate dance. […]

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Weekend Warriors Part 2: Save Money When Showing on Your Own

Show season is officially underway, which means that exhibitors are marking their calendars for upcoming circuits and deciding what shows they will attend. For many exhibitors, one of the most significant factors in choosing a show is the cost. In part one of the weekend warrior series, we learned who they are, and how they […]

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Promoting the Horse Show Industry to Newcomers

Every industry faces challenges that force them to dive into their mission and the way it is carried out. The equine industry is no different. As a sizeable economic contributor to many states and businesses, equine enthusiasts and professionals are a piece of a giant puzzle. Like a puzzle, if one part is dislodged, we […]

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