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Ron Emmons Claims World’s Greatest Horseman

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The 2012 National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions concluded Sunday, February 5, with the finals of the World’s Greatest Horseman competition. The finals – which featured ten of the most accomplished horse and rider teams in the western performance horse industry – thrilled the west Texas town.

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Ride and Slide with Bill Norwood

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Everybody that walks into the reining arena starts out with a score of 70.  Then depending on the quality of maneuvers and mistakes made, points are added and subtracted to come up with the final score.  That being said, if you go through the pattern, don’t make any mistakes and do the maneuvers well but nothing out of the box, you should get a score of 70.  This sounds easy yet it is not always.

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NRCHA Celebration of Champions

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Lyn Anderson and Tuckers Smart Cat began the National Reined Cow Horse Association Celebration of Champions with an Open Reserve Championship in the Circle Y Ranch Derby. Less than a week later, they claimed the NRCHA Open Hackamore World Championship!

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New USEF Show Jumping Coach

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On Tuesday, the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) released the name of the next Chef d’Equipe and Technical Advisor of the U.S. Show Jumping Team. Olympic veteran Robert Ridland will take the reins from George Morris when he retires in 2013.

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Meconium Impaction

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Does your newborn foal need an enema? Meconium is the first feces passed by the newborn foal and is made up of digested placental fluid, gastrointestinal secretions and cellular debris. It is usually dark greenish brown or black in color, firm pellets to pasty in consistency and is generally passed within the first three to four hours after birth. Failure to pass meconium results in significant abdominal pain for the foal.

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