Ranch riding is rapidly becoming one of the most popular classes on both the AQHA and APHA circuits for amateurs, youth, and open exhibitors alike. Horses that are fabulous athletes but may not be slow enough for the pleasure or ground covering enough for the hunter under saddle seem to have found a place in […]
Texas A University's Carey Nowacek rides RA Undisputed, owned by Diana Davidson, to the very first AQHA Collegiate Horsemanship Challenge championship. Read full story: http://www.aqha.com/Showing/World-Show/Blog/11152012-Collegiate-Horsemanship-Challenge.aspx
The first installment of GoHorseShow.com's "We Ask the Judges" series covered Showmanship and was hugely popular with our readers. The next discipline in the series is Horsemanship. We talked to AQHA judges, Bruce Walquist and Stephanie Lynn, who will be judging the East Coast Novice Championship Show this year, as well as AQHA judges and World Champion trainers, Mark Sheridan and Robin Frid. See what interesting insight these industry leaders have regarding this challenging class.
Ah, pivots. A maneuver that really needs no introduction as we’ve all seen the good, the bad, and the ugly and we all know it’s a maneuver that needs perfecting if we want to win in the Showmanship and/or the Horsemanship. GoHorseShow sat down with AQHA Professional Horseman and judge Robin Frid, whose clients have […]