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What's Your Horse Thinking?

Animal scientist Temple Grandin, PhD, offers insights into your horse's thoughts and feelings--and how they affect his behavior.

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The Quarter Horse: America's Breed

The Quarter Horse can trace its roots to England and the Middle East, but it was born on the farms, ranches, and race tracks of the U.S.

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All in a Day's Shooting

Grab your gun and head to the arena--it's time to ride. Follow a cowboy mounted shooter.

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Show with Halter

Here is the basic set-up that every horse showing pro uses. From American Quarter Horse Journal

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Have You Tried Entry Level Reining?

NRHA's program for beginning reiners provides a fun, educational, and family-oriented ladder of competition.

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AQHA Beginners Guide to Showing

Ready to get started in the Western show ring? The American Quarter Horse Journal has the information you need.

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Are You Competing Against Yourself or the Competition?

Whichever way you look at it, you have to find whatever works for you to bring success. From Rodeo Magazine.

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Six Tips for a Successful Show

Ensure that your next show outing is a positive one with these pointers from U.S. Dressage Federation gold medalist Courtney King.

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Be Prepared: Countdown to Competition

Whether you and your horse are show ring rookies or seasoned pros, show time jitters can send you both on an emotional roller coaster. Here's a timeline to help make your show day a success.

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How to Beat Horse Show Nerves

Nervousness hindering your performance? World-champion pro and coach Carol Metcalf helps you kick those horse show jitters and nerves to the curb.

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