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Equine Law

Things to Look Out for in IRS Audits of Horse Activities

The U.S. House of Representatives is considering a resolution to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen for violation of the public trust, failing to comply with congressionally issued subpoenas, and misleading the public over IRS practices of targeting conservative groups in audits.

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Show Results

It’s Reining in Hollywood

And When It Reins, Man It Pours. 6 Days - 86 Classes – Fantastic Prizes – High Stepping Parties – Costumes – Contests - Family Fun. 

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Equine Law

Horse Syndications Are Coming Back?

The Tax Court has recognized that horse racing or breeding is a highly speculative venture, but that “an opportunity to earn a substantial ultimate profit in a highly speculative venture is ordinarily sufficient to indicate that the activity is engaged in for profit even though losses or only occasional small profits are actually generated.”

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Breeding

Kid Coolsified Becomes First $1 Million Halter Sire

Congratulations to Kid Coolsified, the halter industry’s first $1 million sire. The American Quarter Horse Association is excited to share a pivotal moment in American Quarter Horse history. This fall, Kid Coolsified became the halter industry’s first $1 million sire.

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Happy New Year

It’s A New Year Go Forth and Enjoy

It’s pretty hard to image that the Christmas decorations are already packed up and put away, the New Year’s parties are over and that the Super Bowl is just around the corner.

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Equipment

Bits and Pieces: How Your Bit Works

While in Denmark for the AQHA international horsemanship camp, Dr. Holly Spooner, horse science professor at Middle Tennessee State University, gave a short talk about bits and their functions.

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Healthcare

How to Winter Horses

During the cold season, horse owners must make sure that their animals receive proper care. Horses are more able to maintain body heat if adequate hay is provided.

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