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Published 08/17/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

My picture of the day is exactly what most barns were doing this evening.. celebrating the successes of a great week!
Hi Everyone! My name is Meg DePalma from Martinez, Georgia. I'm here in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the NSBA World Championship Show showing my hunter under saddle mare, Good Marecedes, and my new all-around horse, My Dream Remembered. I am also going to be your go to for the picture of the day. Check out my picture from the fourth day of the show.

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Published 08/17/2014 - 5:15 a.m. CDT

Bye Tulsa! "So as we head home, we are pretty satisfied with the week – even if it did wear us out," Breanne states.
GoHorseShow is thrilled to have The Porter Sisters of Pilot Point, Texas reporting from the NSBA World Show this week. At Highrange Ranch, the mission is to breed and raise top quality prospects by their stallion, Hubba Hubba Huntin. Both enjoy showing the horses they have raised, including those they will be showing at the NSBA World Championship Show: Hesa Hot Hubba, No Doubt Im Best, Invy The Best, and Hubbout An Invite. 

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Published 08/16/2014 - 8:45 a.m. CDT

In the Hunter Under Saddle arena, Beth Case piloted Not Just Anyhoo to the world champion title for Rebekah L Kazakevicius, of Ocala, Florida, in the Two Year Old Open Hunter Under Saddle.

2014 marks the ninth annual NSBA World Championship Show located in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex. NSBA will offer all-breed classes over seven days from August 9-17 and pay out in excess of $500,000 in cash and prizes. In addition to the World Show classes, the NSBA Breeders Championship Futurity will offer 46 classes.

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Published 08/15/2014 - 1:00 p.m. CDT

Owners Chester and Anne Prince have developed a place where future champions condition and injured equine athletes heal. Photo © Florida Sporthorse

At the far end of Prince Equine Center in Manatee County, a non-stop convoy of motorists heads North on I-75, yet the buzz of traffic does not disturb the mares and foals soaking in the warm spring sun. The 50-acre Quarter Horse farm has long been a place where champions are bred and trained, now the facility has an additional purpose: Owners Chester and Anne Prince have developed a place where future champions condition and injured equine athletes heal.

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Published 08/14/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

The name Kimes Ranch was able to capture family history and their true roots as horsemen. Photo © Antonija
“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” William Shakespeare poetically wrote in Romeo and Juliet. What he meant was that a name does not make or change an object it simply identifies it. As is the case with the company formerly named Longhorn Jean Company, their new name has not changed their production or their quality great fitting jeans.

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Published 08/11/2014 - 4:39 p.m. CDT

His get has amassed over 15,374 AQHA points in all divisions combined and impressive earnings of $272,444.58 in AQHA Incentive Fund and $197,613.58 in AQHA World Championship Show earnings. Photo © Kelly Graphics
Fossil Gate Farms of Argyle, Texas is sad to announce the passing of two-time AQHA World Champion and leading halter sire, Mr Yella Fella. According to owner Linda Gordon, the 19 year-old palomino halter stallion was euthanized due to a painful orthopedic condition. Gordon told us that the gentle giant was buried at the farm on Friday.

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Published 08/11/2014 - 8:00 a.m. CDT

“I have had a lot of great ones, and I’ve found showing them as yearlings does accomplish a lot of things, especially when I go to break them," Smith states. Photo © KC Montgomery
As futurity payouts and incentives increase in today’s highly competitive horse show industry, more and more young horses are being called up to show their stuff. Yearling classes are all the rage every fall, and shows and associations are offering highly-coveted opportunities for yearlings to earn futurity winnings and titles right alongside their fellow riders.

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Published 08/09/2014 - 6:00 a.m. CDT

Bridget Siebenaler Edgar (pictured left), who assisted WeeZee with passing out awards at the Minnesota State Fair called her “an icon in our community.”
The Minnesota horse community lost an iconic figure July 15 with the passing of a lady simply known as WeeZee. Recognized by many as the ribbon lady at the Minnesota State Fair, WeeZee was a fixture in the equine community for over forty years. Legally blind, she could be easily spotted in the ring with her handmade colorful outfits, trademark knee high boots, scarf in her hair, and large sunglasses.

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