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Published 06/28/2014 - 1:34 p.m. CDT

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Carl Yamber rides OHK Krymsun Goodbar to the win in the No Bridle Crisis Fund Western Pleasure Saturday afternoon at the Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity. Photo © Megan McMullen


Carl Yamber rides OHK Krymsun Goodbar to the win in the No Bridle Crisis Fund Western Pleasure Saturday afternoon at the Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity. It was his second time in the saddle since his stroke last November. 






Rating: 13
 
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Published 06/27/2014 - 10:31 a.m. CDT

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Gil Galyean pictured here participating in the Bridle-Less class. Photo © Megan McMullen
The Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity continued into its second day on Friday with bright sunshine and named several futurity champions and co-champions. The day started with three Longe Line classes followed by Hunter Under Saddle and Western Pleasure classes on the schedule.


Rating: 13
Published 06/17/2014 - 2:19 p.m. CDT

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The class featured $20,000 added, with first place paying $9.920.00. Photo © NSBA.COM

Rusty Green and Rock County Kid continued their winning ways by earning the biggest check of the day in the Three and Four Year Old $1,000 Novice Horse Western Pleasure during Monday's A Little Futurity. Green and Rocky earned $13,760 for owner Sharnai Thompson. "He just keeps getting better," Green said following the class. "We had a really great go. He felt great."



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Rating: 12
 
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Published 05/11/2014 - 2:00 p.m. CDT

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Over $84,000 was paid out in five days, not to mention all of the amazing prizes that were given away. Pictured here Jackie Starnes showing his dough!
AQHYA World and Congress Champion rider, Carey Nowacek (pictured below left) reported for GoHorseShow at the Show For Dough which was held in Tunica, Mississippi, May 7-11. Check out her reports and candids from the show and view the results from this one-of-a-kind show!


Rating: 28
Published 05/11/2014 - 11:13 a.m. CDT

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Rock County Kid and Rusty Green taking home the biggest check of the show for owner Sharnai Thompson on Saturday. Photo © NSBA.COM
With a total purse of $22,000, the Show For Dough's NSBA $2,500 Limited Horse Three Year Old Western Pleasure drew a deep set of horses, but it was Rock County Kid and Rusty Green taking home the biggest check of the show for owner Sharnai Thompson on Saturday. The trio earned a check for $7,480.00.


 
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Published 05/02/2014 - 7:44 p.m. CDT

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VS Flatline by Lazy Loper is the NSBA High Point Three Year-Old Western Pleasure Horse shown by Jay Starnes. Photo © Larry Williams
The National Snaffle Bit Association announces their 2013 year-end award winners. Stay tuned for information regarding the NSBA Banquet. NSBA congratulates all year-end award winners and wishes them continued success during the 2014 show season!


Published 04/27/2014 - 12:40 a.m. CDT

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In its first year, the NSBA Riders Cup will be held October 4-5 at Roberts Arena in Wilmington, Ohio.
The National Snaffle Bit Association is excited to unveil a new program that will allow participating NSBA members to compete for an estimated $100,000 purse this fall. In its first year, the NSBA Riders Cup will be held October 4-5 at Roberts Arena in Wilmington, Ohio, just prior to the 2014 All American Quarter Horse Congress.


 
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Published 03/30/2014 - 10:05 a.m. CDT

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Named as the 2013 Horse of the Year is Huntin My Zipper, owned by Rebekah Kazakevicius and pictured here with trainer, Beth Case. Photo © Impulse Photography
The National Snaffle Bit Association is proud to announce its 2014 inductees into the Hall of Fame and the 2013 Horse of the Year. Named as the 2013 Horse of the Year is Huntin My Zipper, owned by Rebekah Kazakevicius of Ocala, Florida. GoHorseShow talked to Jason Martin of Highpoint Performance Horses about "Bob" winning this award. 

Rating: 11
Published 03/06/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

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"The fund is to help trainers in need, so we need all of the trainers to participate and get on board with helping us raise money," Dempze states.(Journal Photo)
The NSBA Crisis Fund wants to know if you are ready to take it all off and go bridleless? They invite everyone to join them at the Tom Powers Futurity in Berrien Springs, Michigan in June to watch and bid on the riders that will compete in a bridleless western pleasure class to benefit the NSBA Crisis Fund.


Rating: 11