Arszman to Speak at AQHA Racing Summit

Award-winning freelance writer and social media marketer Megan Arszman travels to Los Alamitos, Calif., to speak about marketing for racetracks and racing groups at the 2018 American Quarter Horse Association Racing Summit on November 14-17. The Racing Summit is an educational event held in conjunction with the Bank of America Challenge Championships at Los Alamitos … Continue reading Arszman to Speak at AQHA Racing Summit

Grand Generations: Passing Down the Love of the Quarter Horse

I'll the first to admit that if it weren't for my mother, I probably wouldn't be a horsewoman. I also wouldn't be into dog agility if it weren't for my father and mother, and my mother's mother... So many things that we get into are because of the generations before us. Which is why it … Continue reading Grand Generations: Passing Down the Love of the Quarter Horse

Insurance for Your Horse’s Legs – Leg Wrapping

Think of it as insurance for your horse’s most valuable player when it comes to his performance. More than 1,000 pounds of pressure strain the delicate structures that make up the horse’s legs, whether it’s from landing from a three-foot jump, driving through a sliding stop or navigating around a difficult trail course. Proper leg … Continue reading Insurance for Your Horse’s Legs – Leg Wrapping

#ThrowbackThursday: Through the Equine Looking Glass

**Originally published during my internship with the American Quarter Horse Journal in 2006.   Through the Equine Looking Glass Corneal ulcers can do more damage than you think. One fall morning, my American Quarter Horse mare, Skips Satin Lark (aka “Lark”), didn't seem to have the same bright eyes that she normally had. I also noticed significant … Continue reading #ThrowbackThursday: Through the Equine Looking Glass

Using Technology to Help Spur Youth Equine Participation

Youth participation in equine activities continues to drop as those hooked on technology continues to rise. Last November I was able to talk with AQHA representatives for the Equine Chronicle about how they plan to curb this drop and help inspire younger riders. The program is called Taking Me Riding, and it's already starting to … Continue reading Using Technology to Help Spur Youth Equine Participation

Throwback Thursday: When the World Came to Kentucky

Inspired by the Winter Olympics in Sochi, I decided to do a "Throwback Thursday" that involves the World Equestrian Games. I did a couple of special reports for the American Quarter Horse Journal's online newsletter, America's Horse Daily, on how Lexington was preparing for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. For residents of Lexington, … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: When the World Came to Kentucky