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Published 08/30/2014 - 8:24 a.m. CDT

Kyle Brenner suggests, “I would love to see the judges have to give reasons for their placings, mainly for the ‘un-scored’ classes like pleasure or hunter under saddle. Photo © Impulse Photography
Judging is a tough job, no doubt about that. For one to spend countless hours on one’s feet, in often times blazing heat or chilling rain, while watching horses and riders repetitively can take its physical and mental toll. Perhaps it is the courage that judges must exhibit that makes their job so difficult.




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Published 08/29/2014 - 5:00 a.m. CDT

The showmanship finals were this afternoon and Anne Wilson won her fifth straight world championship!
Hello Everyone! My name is Joanne Garnett from Lincoln, Nebraska. I am here in Amarillo, Texas at the AQHA Adequan Select World Championship Show. I will be showing my two faithful companions, So Much Potential (Louis) in trail, western riding, and horsemanship and A Sudden Illusion (Earl) in the performance geldings, pleasure, trail, and western riding. I will be your "Go to" for the GoHorseShow picture of the day. I wish the best of luck to everyone showing and enjoy the ride!


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Published 08/26/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

The industry’s most talented amateur riders ages 50 and over and their American Quarter Horses will take center stage at Tri-State Fairgrounds in Amarillo.
The industry’s most talented amateur riders ages 50 and over and their American Quarter Horses will take center stage at Tri-State Fairgrounds in Amarillo. With more than 1,300 entries at this year’s Adequan Select World, it will be a show you don’t want to miss. The show’s official videographer, Mustang Productions, and official webcast provider, iEquine, bring all of the action to viewers.



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Published 08/25/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

"Keep in mind these exercises are focusing on YOU and YOUR ability to be a better leader, a better rider and more connected with your horse. Keep up the good work!" Lynn states. Photo © Kaleena Katz Weakly
Week three is here and you are beginning to wonder why you signed up. Perhaps more importantly, you are wondering if you want to continue. But do not give up, it is starting to get easier, your legs are getting stronger, your seat more secure, you and your horse are becoming better connected with each lesson.



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Published 08/25/2014 - 7:00 a.m. CDT

Lopin Lazy has amassed an incredible show record in his three year-old year including winning three APHA Honor Roll titles in Western Pleasure.
Pine View Farm is proud to announce the addition of Lopin Lazy to their stallion roster for 2015. Lopin Lazy (Beamer) is sired by Lazy Loper and out of the great producing mare, R Fancy This (R Big Time Fancy).  "We have tried to have a very diverse lineup of stallions so there is something available for everyone as far as genetics that mare owners like," says Pine View Farm Breeding Manager Debbi Trubee.



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Published 08/22/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

One of Erickson's favorite moments was in 1995 when they won the World Championship in the Pleasure Driving under all five judges.
Talent, good looks, and star power are some of the adjectives that describe the late Sonnys Hot Jazz (Sonny). The three-time AQHA World Champion and Multiple Congress Champion passed away at the age of 25. Sonny also sired multiple Congress and World Champions including GI Jazz, Sonnys Hot Fantasy, Mostly Sunny Days, Sonnys Cool Jazz, and Zippos Hot Jazz to name a few.



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Published 08/21/2014 - 9:40 a.m. CDT

"Suzie has the best personality and loves attention," Marilyn says about her spoiled teammate. Photo © Impulse Photography
Ken and Marilyn Masterson of Masterson Farms have been on the go this summer show season. With all of the activity at their farm and with the great success of RL Best Of Sudden, there has been little downtime for the couple. Marilyn Masterson has been busy qualifying for the Select Amateur World Show with her mare, Suddenly Its Time (Suzie). 



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Published 08/21/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

"What I enjoy most about my job is the caliber of horses I have the privilege to work with everyday," Smith states. Photo © Don Trout Photography
GoHorseShow was recently given the opportunity to speak with 29 year-old Adam Smith, a new up-and-coming trainer who works for Highpoint Performance Horses. Smith, who is originally from Dobson, North Carolina sat down with our intern, Lauren Wilhelm and discussed more about his background and future plans.




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