Show Results

Double Feature

It’s a hit! The show opened on April 8th. Over 5,400 entries enjoyed the beautiful weather in Del Mar CA. Participants gave rave reviews for the show held at the Showpark facility.

Southern California Quarter Horse Exhibitors Association
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Show Results

Two tops for 2015 NCHA Super Stakes

Smooth Talkin Style, reserve champion of the 2014 NCHA Open Futurity under Lloyd Cox and Dont Stopp Believin with Phil Rapp, each scored 223 points on Saturday to reign as co-champions of the 2015 Open Super Stakes. 

Courtesy of National Cutting Horse Association
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Shows

NRCHA Stakes Champions Crowned

Commerce, Texas, professional Jay McLaughlin won the 2015 National Reined Cow Horse Association Stakes open championship April 4 aboard Blind Sided (Peptoboonsmal-Lil Miss Shiney Chex by Shining Spark) at the South Point Equestrian Center in Las Vegas.

Courtesy of National Reined Cow Horse Association
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Fashion

Color Me Pretty

“If you’re spending $100 to $1,000 on a nice show jacket or outfit, why wouldn’t you spend $15 to $150 on your glamour look to complement that outfit?”

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily
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Showing

Silver Dollar Circuit

The Silver Dollar Circuit celebrated its 39th show this year, and it just keeps getting better. Stall numbers were up 32% this year, and the show boasted over 10,000 entries.

Jennifer Walker
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History

Horse-Breeding History: Royal King

Earl Albin startled his wife one evening in 1944 when he announced he’d finally found what he’d been looking for. “He’d been looking for something?” she wondered.

Press Release
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Sales

2015 NCHA Super Stakes Sale Continues Upward Trend

Metallic Flo, a 3-year-old Metallic Cat daughter in training with T.J. Good, was the high-selling lot, at $60,000, during Western Bloodstock Ltd.’s NCHA Super Stakes Sale on Saturday, April 18, at Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Tex.

Courtesy of NCHA.com
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Showing

Improve Your Horse Show Diet

Let’s talk about horse show food.  If you’re like many competitors, you wake up long before dawn and skip breakfast on your way to the show grounds.

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily
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