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Published 07/26/2014 - 6:00 a.m. CDT

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Lewis says that she is thankful that showing horses has allowed her to continue competing into her late sixties when many sports would have required younger bodies.
Last month, while recovering from her third bout of cancer, Linda Lewis of The Villages, Florida was also determined to go back and show at the Pinto World Show. This Amateur Elite exhibitor is a three-time ovarian cancer survivor. She was initially diagnosed in February of 2010 and has gone through treatment and therapy the past few years. Due to her illness, Lewis missed the Pinto World Show in 2010 through 2013 and had doubts she would make it this year.


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Published 07/24/2014 - 7:46 p.m. CDT

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The PHBA World Show recently concluded in Tunica, Mississippi where Stenborg walked away with two PHBA World Champion titles and a Reserve World Champion title with her mare, Peponitas Chic Olena (Chick) Photo © Jeff Kirkbride
AQHA and PHBA member, Diane Stenborg, of DeLand, Florida, is not only able to compete in a class that most find daunting, but has achieved winning three World titles as well. What’s so special about Diane and her accomplishments you might ask? Diane Stenborg is legally blind.


Rating: 17
Published 07/23/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

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"For the PHBA/NSBA Hunter Under Saddle Stakes Class, it was one of the best rides I've had on him and it was so much fun," Casa states, pictured here after her win. Photo © NSBA.COM

The Tidwell Family of Cartersville, Georgia just had another great show with their palomino gelding, CowboysAintEasyToLuv (Waylon) at the PHBA World Show. Last year, Michael and Justine won their first PHBA World Championship with Waylon in the Junior Hunter Under Saddle with their assistant trainer, Alyssa Casa in the irons. This year, the family came home with an impressive stack of ribbons and trophies.



 
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Published 06/15/2014 - 6:47 p.m. CDT

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Abbey Sheftel Turner brought home the top prize with her beloved grey gelding.
The 2014 Pinto World Championships is currently under way, June 9th through the 21st in Tulsa, Oklahoma. "This is my first Pinto World Show! I'm getting a little spoiled by the unseasonably cool weather but everyone here is having a great time and my group is so happy to be able to show at a world show together again," says trainer Blake Carney who is used to the hot and humid weather of Georgia.

Published 11/08/2013 - 7:00 a.m. CDT

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"He was refurbished with a whole new pony, and all new tack to ride her with all due to the donations of this glorious club," Ruffino states.
The month of September brought rains and devastating flooding to the state of Colorado and its horse community. One family it particularly affected was the Alexanders. They lost their three year-old son's pony, Snow White, to complications during this awful time. They put thousands into trying to save her which left them no money for a replacement prospect.


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Published 09/16/2013 - 4:31 p.m. CDT

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"Beyond Value is by Self Employed which I used to own a part of, so, it was pretty cool to win with one of his babies," Turner told GoHorseShow.
GoHorseShow would like to congratulate legendary halter trainer, Ted Turner, on an impressive win with Beyond Value at the Breeder's Halter Futurity this past week in Des Moines, Iowa. The 2011 chestnut stallion by Self Employed and out of Shes Irreplaceable, came away as the Open Two Year Old Futurity Champion of Champions winner with a paycheck of $100,000.


Rating: 18
Published 07/24/2013 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

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"Winning the Palomino World is incredible, and it feels great owning a World Champion," Justine says. Photo © Jeff Kirkbride
GoHorseShow would like to congratulate Michael and Justine Tidwell on their recent PHBA World Championship with their horse, CowboysAintEasyToLuv (Waylon). Alyssa Casa and Waylon came away with the PHBA World Championship in the Junior Hunter Under Saddle and also received a Reserve in the All-Age Stakes class.



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Published 12/15/2012 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

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"The priority isn't on winning with us--it's about having your best ride," Kelsey says. Photo © Jeff Kirkbride
Eighteen year-old Kelsey Keathly of Binghamton, New York has had a few bumps in the road during her lifetime, but she has handled it with a determined spirit and positive attitude. When she was born, she was diagnosed with a complete heart block and had to get a pacemaker installed at the age of five. Despite this challenge, Kelsey fell in love with horses, and, under her mother's watchful eye, she grew up riding and showing horses.


Rating: 27
Published 11/21/2012 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

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Berry has been showing her current mount, Mac In Time, for the past four years in the all-around events and says that he is truly a gift from God. Pictured here with all twelve of her 2012 PHBA Championship ribbons.
Twenty-two year-old Alicia Berry of Brandon, Mississippi has come a long way from when she first started showing horses. Berry recalls a time in 2000 when she showed a 23 year-old barrel horse, in a pleasure class on the wrong lead with a leopard designed saddle! With an incredible 38 PHBA World Championships under her belt, she has certainly improved from her humble beginnings to make her mark on the national level.


Rating: 16