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August 2013

Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic Draws/Results

Keep up with the Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic Draws/Results here!

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Todd Bergen & Peptos Shiney Pistol Wins NSHA Futurity

Todd Bergen riding Peptos Shiney Pistol won the NSHA Futurity Open. Peptos Shiney Pistol is owned by Roxanne Koepsell. Todd’s combined score for all three runs was a total of …

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Taris Little Vintage NRHA’s All-Time Leading Dam

Taris Little Vintage’s offspring has earned a total of $672,900 in NRHA competition. This makes Taris Little Vintage the All-Time Leading Dam in NRHA. Taris Little Vintage has a personal …

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How to Hobble a Horse – Pete Kyle

Pete Kyle of Kyle Ranch teaches how to properly hobble a horse. Thank you Pete Kyle for providing your knowledge. Kyle Ranch

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Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic Entries on the Rise

The 2013 Ariat Tulsa Reining Classic has seen an increase in entries from last year. Show Manager Mike Christian said, “We’re already up 25% from the number of stalls at …

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Carol Rose Dispersal Sale

Carol Rose’s Dispersal Sale has concluded and the highest sold horse was A Shine Named Sioux, which sold for $850,000 to Aaron Ranch. View Full Article

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AQHA Cloning Lawsuit Update

AQHA provides the latest updates on the cloning lawsuit. View Full Article

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Tom McCutcheon for SmartPak

NRHA Million Dollar Rider Tom McCutcheon on the SmartPak System, the official Supplement Feeding System of the American Quarter Horse Association. Learn more at http://www.smartpakequine.com/WhySmartPak.aspx  

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Researchers Measure Horse’s Noseband Pressure

Researchers measure the pressure on horse’s in relation to nosebands, and how a noseband that is too tight can end up hurting your horse. View Full Article

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First Registered Paint Horse Exported to Moscow, Russia

The first registered paint horse, Ima Painted Tejon, was shipped to Moscow, Russia. The horse was originally in Austria before moving to its new home. Russia has a rich equine …

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TheraPlate Revolution

Chip Kreiling, owner of TheraPlate, talks about what this system does and how it can benefit you and your horse.

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AQHA to Appeal Verdict

On August 1, AQHA announced its intentions to overturn the federal jury’s verdict concerning the registration of cloned horses into AQHA. View Full Article

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Managing A Hay Barn – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about managing his hay barn and what to be careful about when storing hay.

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Skid Boots – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about using skid boots during your ride.

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Softening a Horses Face – Tom McCutcheon

Tom goes over how to soften your horses face.

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Judge Blocks Planned Horse Slaughter at 2 Plants

On Friday a Federal Judge temporarily stopped plans to start slaughtering horses at two different plants. The companies planned to start their operation next week. “The move stops what would …

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Building A Better Diet – SmartPak

SmartPak goes over the food pyramid for horses, and how to build a better diet for your horse. View Full Article

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Using a Cavasan – Tom McCutcheon

Tom talks about using a cavasan on his horses, what kind he uses and why they can be helpful.

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Starting Lead Changes – Dell Hendricks

Dell instructs about how to train a two or three year old to do lead changes. User Question: What exercises do you first introduce to young horses to teach them lead …

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