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Horse Shows

English rider in the warmup ring at a horse show

Ready, Set, Show

Years ago, horse shows were primarily defined by whether you wanted to walk/trot/canter (and maybe jump) or walk/jog/lope (and perhaps chase a cow). In contrast, today’s horse show world also includes intriguing opportunities like western dressage, ranch versatility, competitive...
Bring along a pit crew. Juggling entry forms and grooming tools while also changing in and out of various outfits can leave you haggard—and potentially smeared with boot polish and slobber. Enlist a helpful pal (or two) so...
There’s no need to tote everything but the kitchen sink to the show ring with you. Professional grooming expert Liv Gude’s ringside essentials will fit into a small bucket: Hoof pick with brush. Hoof polish/oil for touch-ups. Elastic bands...
You’ve put in countless hours of training and practice. Your horse is fit and ready. Now he needs to look like a star! Before we dive in to grooming, keep in mind that proper nutrition is the foundation for...
Jessica Holub Rumbaugh is a realtor and also manages the marketing side of her and husband Ben’s grass-fed beef business. Add in a 2-year-old son, Kai, and a 6-month-old daughter, Bailey, and Jessica’s day is usually booked solid. But...
Riding with kids can be fun—the key is to plan ahead to enjoy your saddle time. Jessica Holub Rumbaugh shares her tips and advice for mothers who want to ride. Be flexible. The best laid plans are often set...
My horse show career began with a bang. I won my very first hunt-seat equitation class, which just so happened to be at an A-rated, national show. I beamed as the ring steward handed me the ribbon. Yet not every...
Show competitors know all too well the disasters that occur right as you step up to the in-gate. It can be the green stains on your white horse, a braiding blowout, or a horse that smears baby oil down...
The strong, sturdy equines of Iceland are a truly unique breed of horse. That's because the country doesn't allow outside horses to enter the island, and once a native-born equine leaves, they are not permitted to return. The reason...
What does it take to win on the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) circuit? Hard work, guts, and a few good horses. And for Jackie Ganter, a family connection to the sport of barrel racing helps, too. Jackie’s mother, Angela,...
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