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Tips to Keep Your Horse-Showing Travels Safe

There is an old saying among touring rock ’n’ roll bands that goes something like this: “What happens on the road, stays on the road.” Devised to keep peace with those back at home, this playful old adage seems to work in practice. (Most of the time, at least.) Sadly, horse owners cannot be so […]

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Capall Creek Farm Announces New Training Partnership – Hutchinson Performance Horses

Kevin and Amy Smith are thrilled to announce that Kelby Hutchinson and Kaitlin LeBlanc will be forming Hutchinson Performance Horses LLC starting the end of this month and working out of Capall Creek Farm. The newly engaged couple plan to focus on young futurity prospects in both the pleasure and the hunt seat, as well […]

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Six Ways to Start the New Year Off on the Right Note

As a new show season falls upon us, new opportunities, dreams and goals are in the air. There is an undeniable sense of endless possibilities. This is a chance for exhibitors to get a fresh start. Along with all the excitement comes those horse show nerves. Controlling these nerves is key to being successful both […]

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GoMag: January Stallion Edition Online Now

Ring in the New Year with the January Stallion Issue of GoMag. Breeding season is almost here and and it’s time to start deciding who you are going to breed your mares to in 2019. This issue features some of the best studs in the country, whether your preference is western, english or halter. This […]

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Short-Hair Secrets for Horse Showing in Winter

For most people, long-haired horses aren’t such a bad idea. It’s natural for livestock to grow thick coats when the days get shorter and cooler, and the extra hair keeps them safe and warm, protecting them from chill and sickness. If you show horses, however, there has probably been at least one frustrating season where […]

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Christmas Party Season: Holiday Traditions in the Horse Industry

The holiday season is officially upon us. Thanksgiving has passed and everyone is gearing up for the next big holiday. Christmas time is filled with gifts, being surrounded by loved ones and parties with friends and family. Our fellow barn members are practically family and we spend many hours, days and weeks with them throughout […]

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Tips and Tricks for Planning Ahead for Show Season

Editor’s Note: GoHorseShow writer and Amateur exhibitor, Morgan McCarthy-Warda of Lapeer, Michigan gives advice and tips on how to prepare for the 2019 show season. The 2019 horse show season is almost here. I remember writing nearly those exact words last December – it’s crazy to think that we are here again. The equine industry […]

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Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas for the Equestrian Lover

‘Twas a week before Christmas and all through the stable, not a shopper was finished, they just were not able. But GoHorseShow was full of spirit and cheer, for the time for our last minute holiday gift guide was here. Black Friday’s over, Cyber Monday’s no longer a thing, but the holiday shopping season is […]

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Masterson Farms Announces Purchase of The Lopin Machine

Masterson Farms, LLC is excited to announce the purchase of The Lopin Machine, a 2012 Chestnut Stallion and 2014 Congress Masters Champion. This 15.1 hands and five panel negative Stallion was sired by A Good Machine and is out of Hot Lopin Louise, three times a Congress Champion and a NSBA Horse of the Year. […]

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