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Exercises to Improve Your Communication: Part 2

For the past 40 years, I’ve ridden many horses in many disciplines, but everything I’ve done has many of the same crossover elements. At the basic level, the goal for every horse and every discipline is the same: balance, steadiness, rhythm and a quiet mouth. All of that beauty comes together because of training. I’m […]

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Appreciating Every Milestone Showing Horses

Whether you are new to the show scene or have been at it for years, it is important to appreciate every milestone as sometimes exhibitors become easily discouraged in the show pen. Many factors create doubt, such as forgetting your pattern, your horse misbehaving, or even missing your diagonal. It is perfectly reasonable to feel […]

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What’s on Your Horse’s Bucket List?

Many equestrians participate in this unique sport with set goals, whether those ambitions be focused in the show pen, at home, or on a trail. They can range from learning distances to teaching ground manners to gaining trust or to riding bareback. The aspirations are endless, and equestrians are determined. While everyone has their horse’s […]

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1 of 22: AQHA Exhibitor Earns Supreme Performance Champion Award

The American Quarter Horse has long been celebrated as a versatile companion and is highlighted at the top level of competition, from weekend horse shows to world championship shows. This distinction continues to showcase how the breed is not only accomplished in many disciplines, but proves its longevity over numerous generations.  Aside from the nation’s […]

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Exercises to Improve Your Communication: Part 1

For the past 40 years, I’ve ridden many horses in many disciplines, but everything I’ve done has many of the same crossover elements. At the basic level, the goal for every horse and every discipline is the same: balance, steadiness, rhythm and a quiet mouth. All of that beauty comes together because of training. I’m […]

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Trainers Ricky and Jessica Noiseux Step Out on Their Own

This month, trainers Ricky and Jessica Noiseux are officially starting their own business, operating out of Echo Ridge Training Center in Suffield, Connecticut. The couple specializes in hunter under saddle and pleasure futurity horses, as well as the all-around, training a variety of horses from starting colts to finished show horses. For the past four […]

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Successful Riders vs Unsuccessful Riders: What’s the Difference?

Success is not solely defined by ribbons, trophies, and titles. Success is also a positive attitude, a strong work ethic, goal setting, continuous learning, and recognizing gratitude. These traits are invaluable and are essential to being a successful rider. Showing horses is a journey; there are ups and downs at every turn. These ups and […]

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GoMag: December Holiday Issue Online Now

The December issue of GoMag is a wonderful opportunity for our advertisers to wrap up the year and highlight their success from yet another show season gone by. The Holiday Issue is always the most festive and colorful issue of the year, as is reflected in the multiple Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday ads throughout […]

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We Ask The Industry: What Are You Thankful for This Holiday Season?

The All American Quarter Horse Congress is long concluded. The World Shows are complete. Dreams have come true for some; others are just finding their feet. As each show season gradually winds down with the approach of the holidays, many of us find the time to reflect on what the past year has brought our […]

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