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2017 QH Directory

August Issue

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Back on Track: Relief for Athletes

Few things are as majestic as a horse at peak physical ability. But horses – especially those performing, racing and competing - can use help reducing inflammation, managing pain and healing injuries.

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ApHC 2017 World Sale

 The 2017 World Sale will take place on November 3rd in conjunction with the World Championship ApHC Show at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. 

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Update on Gate for Trail Classes

AQHA listens to members’ concerns and will be using the rope gate instead of a solid gate at the 2017 AQHA Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan).

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Editorials

The Client/Trainer Relationship Equation

Sue Barton learned to ride in southern California when she was nine or ten, under the instruction of Jack Baker.  In the mid 80’s she developed her skills in the more specialized disciplines of trail and pleasure, with the help of Ray Junker.

Bug Off: Controlling Flies in the Barn

We all love spending time in the barn with our horses; but sometimes, the bugs can, well, bug us. While flies may be a fact of life, we can limit population their numbers, allowing us to enjoy the time that we spend in the barn even more.

Coconuts in Horses

It seems that every few months a new nutritional fad appears with wild claims of the benefits to be realized from the latest new thing.

Creep Feed

Knowing when and how to creep feed your foal is key to their health and development. You can help solidify your foal’s nutritional foundation by creep feeding during his first year. 

Feeding Weanlings

You have followed your preferred method for weaning foals and you have followed the directions below: