According to an article published by the Associated Press, “Texas continues to suffer a serious rainfall deficit and is on track to experience the second-worst drought on record, the state climatologist said Tuesday (Feb. 5, 2013).” But look at the map and you’ll see that Texas has it pretty darn good as compared to some […]
According to CBS Channel 11 in Dallas/Fort Worth, “The city [Fort Worth] is considering a $2-million plan to convert livestock stalls into exhibition space and meeting rooms. Read the article
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The 2013 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Handbook is available for worldwide reining enthusiasts via online, print and iPhone app versions. The 2013 NRHA Handbook includes NRHA bylaws, rules, regulations and judges’ guide along with the standard NRHA Patterns.
Grant Lindaman II woke up Friday, Feb. 1 with two things on his mind – his run in the National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions Novice Non-Pro Bridle World Championship finals, and his grandmother, who had passed away exactly four years ago.
National Reining Horse Youth Association (NRHyA) announced their 2013 NRHyA officer team on January 31. NRHyA’s 2013 officers include President Emma Holbrook of Oklahoma, Vice-President Jaclynn Brooks from Utah, Secretary Shaelyn Vering of Nebraska, Treasurer Claire Dittrich from Nebraska, and Historian Amy Stoney from Colorado.The
As the new editor of Quarter Horse News, I think there is one thing you should know about me: I love magazines. There, I said it. The secret is out. I love magazines, and not just Quarter Horse News because I work here, or Strings magazine because playing the violin is one of my hobbies. No, I love magazines. All magazines. You could hand me a magazine on a subject about which I know nothing – such as underwater basket weaving – and I would read it. My nightstand is cluttered with a towering stack of books and magazines. And if you ever want to get rid of me for a few hours, just drop me off in front of the magazine racks at Barnes & Noble. If it’s a Barnes & Noble that has a coffee and snack bar, you might lose me for days. Yes, I love magazines.
According to Forbes, “Not everyone was happy on January 2 when President Obama signed into law the American Taxpayer Relief Act, notably those whose first 2013 paychecks were smaller than the ones they’d received in 2012. But the law gave horse owners a reason to raise a glass in a belated New Year’s toast, as it […]
According to the Associated Press, “Colorado agriculture officials have confirmed that a horse used during the National Western Stock Show in Denver tested positive for the equine herpesvirus.” Colorado authorities are encouraging everyone who had horses at the National Western Stock Show get their horses tested. Read the article Denver Post Article Jan. 29 […]
February 2013 – According to the Daily Mail newspaper, “A promising young rider who was paralysed when she was thrown from a history-making racehorse has launched a multi-million pound compensation claim against the stables and trainer.” This article presents a number of questions concerning the liability of horse operations when it comes to the people […]