Monthly Archives: February 2017

Arizona National Livestock Show 2017 Academic Year Scholarship Deadline Approaching

The Arizona National Livestock Show is investing in the future of agriculture and awarding over $40,000 annually in scholarships to students who have participated in the livestock show or horse show. The Scholarship Program has awarded over $920,000. Scholarships are available to students attending an accredited university or college for the current academic year. Other requirements...
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Riding with the TrailMeister: Keeping Trails Open

By: Robert Eversole Paradise. For some that’s an image of a tropical beach- for me it’s a dirt trail that twists and meanders to a backcountry camp deep in the wilderness. It’s a quiet solitude punctuated by the peaceful clip clop of hooves, and the far...
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Standing Tied

By Steve Bauhr Within every horse is a strong overwhelming power. At times, it will take over muscle and bypass logic or reasoning. At times, it will cause the horse to hurt themselves while trying to avoid being hurt.  Many believe it’s the strongest drive in the horse. What is it? Self-preservation. My grandparents lived in Seattle, Washington when I...
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You Are What You Think

By: Jessica Wright You've probably heard people say that you are what you eat. It is true! Your body goes through a process of metabolizing the food you eat, and using the broken down proteins and carbohydrates to replenish and build cells- the building blocks of your body. I've seen two foals the same size...
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