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The winter of 2013 will probably go down in the record books as one of the worst in recent history. Snow, ice and bitterly cold temperatures blew across the country in recurrent waves of bad weather. The conditions often made travel dangerous, stranding people wherever they were when the storms hit – at home, in the store or on the freeway. Even when the roads were clear, many opted to stay in the warmth of their homes, rather than deal with falling temperatures and even lower wind chills.
High Roller Reining Classic (HRCC) is pleased to announce the addition of the West Coast Breeders Select Yearling Sale (WCBSS) to the event this year. The HRCC is invested in the future of reining, and to this end, has expanded to incorporate a reining performance yearling sale.The
In this modern day and age of advanced technology, with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and email, most of us have become so connected that our lives start to appear like an open book. I’m on the side of those who say, “It’s a good thing.” But I know many of you share a different feeling about “baring one’s soul” in such a public forum.
If I had to make an educated guess, I’d say some of the most popular sections of Quarter Horse News are the columns – Gala’s Gab, Frankly Speaking, Craig’s Spin, Let It Rein, Cornbread Thinks, Health Matters, and yes, even my Insights & Opinions. Our columns have provoked the greatest number of letters to the editor in the past year, and are often praised on social media as thought-provoking and original.
I don’t tell you this so that we can pat ourselves on the back. I tell you this because there is a column in this issue that I know you won’t want to miss. In his monthly column Craig’s Spin, reining trainer Craig Schmersal tackles the subject of assistant trainers.