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VS GoodRide Candids from Level 1 East Championships

The Nutrena East AQHA Level 1 Championships, held April 27 – May 1, 2022 at the World Equestrian Center in Wilmington, Ohio, is one of two pinnacle events for Level 1, Rookie and walk-trot competitors around the world. The East Level 1 Championships offers a variety of events and activities for competitors, friends, family and […]

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Which Horses Have the Most AQHYA World Championships?

AQHA has always tracked the number of world championships by horse for the AQHA World Championship Show Program, but now that we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of the AQHYA World Championship Show, it’s time to look at the horses who’ve won the most youth world titles. These statistics are for Level 3 world championships earned throughout the 50 […]

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Last-Minute Tips: Pattern Classes – with Brad Jewett

Many non-pros joke that they put a lot of work into preparing for their classes, and it all goes out the window the moment they step foot in the show pen. Preparation is one thing, but actually showing is a whole different beast. We spoke with top trainers to get their advice on “last-minute” tips […]

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A Bit of Advice: Choosing the Right Bit — with Gary Roberts & Leonard Berryhill

Walk into most horse trainer’s tack rooms and you will likely find it: the bridle rack with countless different bits hung neatly (or, not-so neatly) on the wall. You’ve probably seen it, and immediately questioned, ‘Is there really any reason to have so many different bridles?’ Well, the answer is yes. Finding the right bit […]

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Seven Things True Horsemen 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’re the ones who see a spark in a foal’s eye and […]

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Last-Minute Tips: Hunter Under Saddle – with Keith Miller

Many non-pros joke that they put a lot of work into preparing for their classes, and it all goes out the window the moment they step foot in the show pen. Preparation is one thing, but actually showing is a whole different beast. We spoke with top trainers to get their advice on “last-minute” tips […]

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