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For the Fun of It?

Have you ever heard of the “bait and switch” method? Simply put, it is the tactic of attracting a person (oftentimes a customer) by promising one thing, but then changing the game once they’re hooked. The “switch” can come in the form of pressuring a customer to spend more money than was originally expected or […]
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NRHA Partners With USA Reining

 The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) and USA Reining have formed an alliance to promote reining on a national and international stage.
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Boon Too Suen — You can expect EXTRAORDINARY results!

Boon Too Suen, a National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) World Champion Stallion and an earner of $263,795, needs no introduction. The stallion is by Equi-Stat Elite $26 Million Sire Peptoboonsmal and out of the three-time NCHA World Champion Meradas Little Sue (by Freckles Merada), a $1.6 million producer. We are well into the 2019 breeding season and […]
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NCHA Super Stakes Non-Pro Ends in Tie

The Kit Kat Sugar National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Non-Pro finals turned out to be a marriage of ties, as both the champion and reserve champion spots made room for four. A purse of $471,864 was the carrot for the 20 riders hoping their ride might be blessed on Palm Sunday, April 14, […]
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Alannah Chalmers and Metallic Made Capture Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro

Alannah Chalmers was mildly subdued following her win in the Kit Kat Sugar National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Limited Non-Pro April 13. She had been a little discouraged before coming into the finals, and she also missed her mom, Julie Hansma. Hansma, who suffered a traumatic brain injury last October while at a […]
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Megan Miller and Carolena Reyn Repeat NCHA Super Stakes Success

Storms were moving across north Texas and wreaking havoc as they traversed to the east April 13, but a different kind of storm was happening in the Will Rogers Coliseum as 26 riders competed for a share of the more than $261,000 purse in the Kit Kat Sugar National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes […]
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April 1st Table of Contents — Quarter Horse News Magazine

Features Defeat the Danger Zone Riding textbook circles is the key to a non-pro rider’s penalty-free pattern. By Kate Bradley Byars, Page 42 Gettin’ Personal With… Ted Petit Rooted in heritage and tradition, this photographer and martial arts guru has made a living capturing life as he sees it and enriching the lives of those […]
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AQHA Postpones Level 1 World Championships After EHV-1 Positives

The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Level 1 World Championships will not be held as planned next week in Las Vegas. Officials postponed the show after two horses tested positive for non-neurological Equine Herpesvirus — type 1 (EHV-1) after showing at the host venue.
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Chelsea Tatum Repeats in NCHA Super Stakes Classic Limited Non-Pro

An emotional Chelsea Tatum gripped the reins of her mare, Bobs Smart Rey, as she soaked in a rather miraculous repeat win in the Kit Kat Sugar National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Classic Limited Non-Pro, held April 11, in Fort Worth, Texas. “This mare is 6 and she is just so awesome,” Tatum […]