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Six More

APHA world champion ranch sorting and top trainer Shelley Fitzgerald shares six more tips for success in your next ranch sorting event. Spot your next cow. Communicate with short words. Back off when coming toward the gate if you have a lot of trash....
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Prevent the Worst

  By Cynthia McFarland, courtesy Farnam If you don’t live in Florida or the desert Southwest, you probably think your horse isn’t at risk for sand colic. Think again. When a horse grazes on short, sparse pasture, or is fed hay on the ground,...
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APHA honors judges for years of service

Judges are a key backbone to the horse show industry: they offer their time and knowledge to help influence the horse world and educate exhibitors. Now, APHA is recognizing the horsemen and -women who have spent their career serving the association. This year, APHA’s...
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Making His Mark

Eighteen-year-old Conner Mathews walked away from the AjPHA Youth World Show with four champion belt buckles. However, it wasn’t the shiny new hardware of which he was most proud. The young roper also brought home $1,800 in scholarship money. “I won almost $2,000 and...
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On Tulsa Time

In the qualifier for the $86,890 Speedhorse Paint & Appaloosa Futurity G1, which took place June 11 at Fair Meadows Racetrack in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Psychedelic Scott nosed out Painted Turnpike to clock the fastest time. This is the first time in three qualifiers that...
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Ready to Rock

The Lakota CMSA Western U.S. Championship heads to Sin City July 29–August 1. Taking place at Las Vegas’ premier equestrian venue, the South Point Hotel & Casino, this year’s championship promises to be better than ever with more than $160,000 added. Classes are offered...
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