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Julie Goodnight Yoga and Riding Retreat

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Horsemanship is at the crux of the C Lazy U experience, and as such, C Lazy U offers a very unique yoga program, The Julie Goodnight riding and yoga retreat for women. Located at the headwaters of the Colorado River and in the shadow of Rocky Mountain National Park (just two hours from Denver International Airport), C Lazy U is an true retreat from the stresses of everyday life.

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2012 IFSHA Friesian World and Grand National Championship Horse Show

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The 2012 IFSHA Friesian World and Grand National Championship Horse Show October 10-14, 2012. At The World Class Del Mar Arena Equestrian Complex and Event Center San Diego County Fairgrounds, California , USA. This will be the 9th Annual Friesian Finals for the International Friesian Show Horse Association and the second time the event will be held in Del Mar. Show Manager and IFSHA President will oversee the running of the show with his partner IFSHA Executive Director, Nancy Nathanson.

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GGT Footing™

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What do Shawna Harding, Andrew Philbrick, Lisa Wilcox, Heather Blitz, Andre Dignelli, and Gaby Salick have in common, other than being world-class riders and trainers? They all train on GGT Footing™, a tried and true formulation that originated in Germany but is now taking the United States by storm.

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AQHA Rule Changes

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Changes, effective immediately, are approved to AQHA amateur rules. The American Quarter Horse Journal, May 25, 2012 - Changes approved by the American Quarter Horse Association Amateur and Executive committees to AQHA Rule Nos. 101 (g)(4), 403 and 405 are effective immediately. The updated rules, which affect AQHA amateur membership, can be found in the online version of the AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations; the online version of the handbook is the default version.??The following changes have been made to Rule No. 403:

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Perfecting the Profile Shot

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There are lots of rules to learn when taking profile photos of your horse. As with any horse photos, you want to shoot early morning or late afternoon, when the sun is at an angle. Shooting at noon will give you shadows under the belly and make any horse look pot bellied, among other problems. You will want the sun shining on your back for these photos.

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