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Getting Back to the Real World After a Big Horse Show

The preparation. The travel. The anticipation. The adrenaline. The excitement you feel when you hear your name called over the loudspeakers for a prize. Participating in, or just being around, a horse show creates its own “high” for people like us, the ones who eat, sleep, and breathe this sport. However, the vast majority of […]

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Legendary Not Just Anyhoo Laid to Rest at Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center

Multiple World and Congress Champion, Not Just Anyhoo (“Horton”) was laid to rest Sunday, October 27, due to critical injuries sustained in a trailer accident leaving Columbus, Ohio. He was taken to Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center, where he was evaluated under the care of surgeon Alison Gardner DVM. He was seven-years-old. The Kazakevicius […]

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Video: Quarter Horse Congress Sights & Sounds

The All American Quarter Horse Congress is simply known by most as, The Congress. But there is nothing simple about this prestigious event that has turned into the largest single breed horse show in the world. For nearly a month, horse enthusiasts from all over the globe call Columbus, Ohio their home. They come from […]

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2019 Congress High-Point & All-Around Champions Announced

The 2019 All American Quarter Horse Congress is a wrap, and the Congress has a list of the All-Around and High Point Winners at the show. All-Around awards were given for Open, Amateur, Youth, Youth 15-18, Youth 12-14 and Youth 11 and Under, as well as high-point awards for Amateur Select, Level 1 Amateur, Level […]

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Congress Reinvents Stallion Avenue to Help Promote Breeding Stallions with Stallion Row

“For decades, the greatest stallions were brought to the Congress and stood on Million Dollar Stallion Avenue, where hundreds of thousands of people saw the horses in person,” an OQHA Spokesperson stated. “This year, at the 2019 All American Quarter Horse Congress, we will again present the most influential stallions of today’s industry through a […]

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Susan Juroe Sells Multiple Congress and World Champion First N Line to Chris Harrison

GoHorseShow is excited to report that Susan Juroe of Longmont, Colorado has sold her gelding, First N Line, to Chris Harrison of San Diego, California. Due to professional obligations, Juroe has had to take a break from showing. “This year, our 20-year-old Balfour Senior Living got ‘discovered,’ and we had a merger/growth opportunity. While working […]

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Do-It-Yourself Novice Amateur Wins One of the Largest Classes at Congress

Novice Amateur exhibitor Taylor Wheaton had a Congress for the record books. A do-it-yourself Amateur from Medina, Ohio, won one of the largest classes at Congress. At their first Congress together, Will Be In Touch and Taylor won the Level 1 Amateur Showmanship with 117 shown. Her horse, affectionately known as Stormageddon, is just three-years-old, […]

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