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AQHA Releases Ineligibility List for the Level 2 Championships

The American Quarter Horse Association has released the list of open and amateur exhibitors who are ineligible to enter and show horses in the Adequan® Level 2 Championships at the 2019 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show, tentatively scheduled for November 7-23 in Oklahoma City. The horsemen and -women on this list are competitors who have proven […]

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2019 APHA World Show Patterns Now Available

You’ve practiced every maneuver imaginable, jogged and loped over countless poles, and exhausted your legs with showmanship practice, but now preparing for the 2019 APHA Open/Amateur World Championship Show will involve much more focus and direction with the release of the World Show pattern book. Held at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, […]

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Get Well Wishes to Teresa Sullivan

GoHorseShow would like to send out get well wishes to Washington trainer Teresa Sullivan, who was injured in a horse-related accident on Tuesday. According to friend and client Tina Azucena, Teresa fractured her nose in three places and has some deep lacerations on her face that needed stitches and suffered a mild concussion. “Mercifully, there […]

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IHSA Founder Bob Cacchione Retires

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Sept. 3, 2019 – Robert E. “Bob” Cacchione, the charismatic leader of the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA), will retire from the executive director position of the organization he founded. Cacchione announced his decision in a letter to the IHSA board of directors, effective Sept. 1. He will continue to promote and […]

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2019 Congress Super Sale – Entries Still Accepted for All Sessions

“Entries are still open for all three session of the 2019 Congress Super Sale. The deadline has been revised to Tuesday, September 3rd due to the advertised deadline falling on Labor Day weekend,” states Mike Jennings, of the Professional Horse Services, LLC team that manages the auction.  “The 53rd Annual auction is held with the […]

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Well Known Breeder Waymond Roberts Passes

NSBA is sad to share the news that Waymond Roberts, of Chatsworth, Georgia, has passed away after fighting a brave battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Waymond and his wife Susie have raised numerous well-known horses in the Western Pleasure […]

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ARHA Welcomes Khloe Brown

We would like to welcome Khloe Brown to the American Roan Horse Association team. Khloe specializes in marketing and communications and we believe will make a wonderful asset to the ARHA team. Khloe’s passion for horses started at a very young age. Growing up her original career goal was to become a horse trainer but […]

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Lucas Oil World Qualifiers to be Notified Through Email

Attention Lucas Oil World qualifiers: New this year, entry forms and qualifier information will be emailed to all qualifiers. New this year, entry forms and qualifier information will be emailed to all current owners of qualified American Quarter Horses for the 2019 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show by the end of August. The email will […]

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$160,000+ in Payouts for 2019 APHA World Show Platinum Futurity

The Platinum division of APHA’s Breeders’ Futurity has seen a steady increase in enrolled stallions and foal earnings. With a 40% increase in Platinum-enrolled stallions for 2019, the Platinum Breeders’ Futurity classes at the 2019 APHA World Championship Show promises prime competition and an opportunity to win huge paychecks. More than $160,000 is up for […]

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AQHA Executive Committee Approves New Judges

New judges were recently approved by the American Quarter Horse Association. Five judge applicants were approved by the AQHA Judges Committee to take the 2019 judges qualifying exam. Based on test scores and other criteria, the Judges Committee then approved a list of prospective new judges that were then reviewed and approved by the AQHA Executive Committee. […]

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