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Motivations of a Millennial Cowgirl: How One Assistant Trainer Stays Motivated in a Highly Competitive Horse Show World

  My name is Heather Elliott and I am this week's guest blogger for GoHorse.com. I own a horse training and lesson service that provides professional,...

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GoHorse.com Can Help during Horse Evacuation Disasters!

With Hurricane Florence on our doorsteps horse owners are mobilizing to create their plan for horse evacuation. The creators of GoHorse.com have reacted...

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Tech Equestrian Features GoHorse as Best Way to Find Horseback Riding, Horse Boarding and Horse Hotels Across the US

The Tech Equestrian is a blog dedicated to covering what's new and what's next for the horse world as it relates to technology. From software, apps,...

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Living or Leaving the Dream: Owning your Own Farm vs Boarding Your Horse

My name is Nancy Fitzgibbons and I am this week's guest blogger for GoHorse.com. In my early years, every summer was spent on some breed of pony in a daily adventure that...

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How Social Media Impacts an Equine Photography Business

"Kirstie Marie is the owner of Kirstie Marie Photography, a mother of one beautiful girl, and runs an extremely successful Instagram account, @kirstieeemarie, with...

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Going Bridleless: How I Did It & You Can Too

My name is Brittany Labadie and I am this week's guest blogger for GoHorse.com. I specialize in natural, no force training and compete bridleless on my mare....

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Owning a Barn and Raising 5 Children

Many people have taken on the challenge of owning a barn, but add raising five kids into the mix - and it can get a little crazy.    Ashley Roberts is the owner...

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The Road to an All-Around Title: Getting to the Pinto World Championship

My name is Renae Wesenberg and am this week's guest blogger for GoHorse.com. I have been training horses for 20 years. While I specialize in American Saddlebreds,...

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Breaking The Stigma: Race Horses Coming Off The Track

When you hear racehorse the first thing you think off the cuff is speed, but is that reality? The stigma is that they are "out-of-control," "hot-headed,"...

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How to Get Good Barn Help & Take Time Off As an Owner

Being a barn or stable owner means long hours, few breaks, and little to no social life. If you did have family or friends to help, you are one of the lucky ones, most owners do...

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VoyageATL Features GoHorse - The New Resource for Horse Businesses and Their Customers

  Atlanta is an incredible city - but it's so large and so vast and so diverse that all of us are missing out on tons of great people, businesses, organizations,...

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Traveling the PCT by Horseback: Life Lessons & Stories from Janice Raddatz

The PCT is the longest maintained trail for horses and hikers in the world, spanning from Mexico to Canada along the west coast. It stretches 2,650 miles through California,...

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Horse Traveling 101: How to Prepare & Keep Your Horse Safe

In the Summer months, owners and riders travel with their horses all over the U.S. If you’re looking for some extra tips or this is your first time on the road with your...

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Trust: the Real Secret to a Low Drama Horse Boarding Barn

Did you know that if you’re caring for other people’s horses at your barn, paid or unpaid, you are actually running a horse boarding business? Whether it is a business...

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GoHorse Feature: Horse Nation http://www.horsenation.com/2018/03/23/connecting-the-horse-world-welcome-to-gohorse-com/

“We knew we wanted to create a website with all boarding facilities on a map where horse owners could find the info they actually care about – but then the lightbulb...

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