Spotlight

Bonnie Sheren / Gold N Pearls Galore

“It’s not the length of the life, but the depth.”  Ralph Waldo Emerson’s quote fits beautifully with the love that Bonnie Sheren shared for her mare Gold N Pearls Galore, even though their time together was cut short. 

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History

Coy’s Bonanza

Bill Moomey admired Sparky Joann as a great performance mare. “Bill Coy, who owned Sparky Joann, and I rodeoed together, and I knew the mare real well.

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily
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Spotlight

Redtail Ranch Performance Horses

The Pacific Northwest has a long history in ranching and Loren Macey of Star, Idaho is writing her Redtail Ranch and its horses into the rich history of the region. “Our mission is to breed and produce the finest performance quarter horses in the Pacific Northwest.

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Livestock

The Cost of a Cow

When California passed Proposition 2 in 2008, I doubt many folks thought a whole lot about what would follow. After all, who would have guessed that giving chickens more rights would make the cost of an omelet go up 7 years later?

Kathy Cardon
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Health

Winter Water Consumption

We all know that colic is the number one noninfectious health risk for horses. There are a number of types of colic but the one we see the most in winter is impaction colic.

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Racing

2014 AQHA Racing Champion

Texas star JRC Callas Firstwas the brightest light of the year in 2014, and was named the 2014 World Champion Racing American Quarter Horse after a season that included eight wins from 10 starts, two Grade 1 victories and six total stakes wins.

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Breeding

Curb Appeal: He’s So Appealing

Jason and Terri Contreras of C and C Performance Horses and Barbara Morlan and Tony Reid, owners of Stone Gate Farms, are extremely proud to announce Stone Gate’s recent purchase of the AQHA Stallion Curb Appeal and bring his breeding services to the public.

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Breeding

Horse-Breeding History: Wilywood

“Wilywood promoted himself,” Tom Eliason said with a smile. “Joann and I had eight children, and feeding the kids was always ahead of showing a horse.

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