We live in a world of contradiction. Whether you notice it or not, contradiction permeates our daily lives. It’s at home, at work, on the news, in the store, next door and across the street.
Over the past couple of years, you’ve heard me speak about the urgent issues of building and encouraging youth horsemen, along with the problems the horse industry faces because of ever-decreasing numbers in membership. Even though these are two separate issues, they really go together as one impacts the other. I have asked you to become aware of this dual-edged dilemma because it really could be the most important factor in determining how the equine landscape looks in the future.
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Ridden by Lee Francois, Elseware is off to a great start after securing $11,000 and her second large check within less than 30 days as the Cotton Stakes Classic Futurity Open Champion.
Omega Alpha Equine Quarter Horse News/Horsecity.com Action Photo Contest. Along with the photo, Jeanny submitted this caption: "Going out for a wagon ride with family on a beautiful summer's night in Manitoba.”Congratulations to Jeanny Wells of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada! Her photo photo won this week’s