Thankful for a Successful 2014

The time between Christmas and New Year's is usually a time to reflect on the previous 365 days and how far we've come. I'm always guilty of this because I've caught myself saying that the year has gone by so quickly, but then again, you feel as though it hasn't. It is better to fail … Continue reading Thankful for a Successful 2014

Before They Were Legends–The Industry’s Top Horses

When you're watching greatness like Peyton Manning last night (yes, I am a Colts fan, but also a Manning fan), or even some of the top horses competing at the All American Quarter Horse Congress this month, it's hard to imagine that at one point, everyone had to start somewhere. Peyton had to start in … Continue reading Before They Were Legends–The Industry’s Top Horses

Too Much Bling? Dos & Don’ts of Western Show Clothes

The Western world is notorious for bling--watch any Western pleasure class and you'll see silver-encrusted saddles and crystal-laden shirts and jackets. Some think they have to spend more money on show clothes than some do for school wardrobes. But is that always the case? GoHorseShow.com had me talk to some AQHA/APHA judges to get their … Continue reading Too Much Bling? Dos & Don’ts of Western Show Clothes