News from LMQHA

News from LMQHA

The Lower Mainland Quarter Horse Association regrets to inform everyone that we will be cancelling our schooling show May 2nd, 2021 at Delta Riding club.

It has been a topic of conversation among board members for the last few weeks, and due to the increase of COVID numbers we do not feel it is safe for our members.

The “Ice Breaker “ show is booked for august 14 & 15 at Maple Ridge Equi-Center.  In collaboration with BC paint horse club we are planning on holding two full days with AQHA & APHA classes as well with some all breed classes.  The show committee is well on its way to finishing the final touches for the show.
 
Finally we would like to hold a fun Trail ride with our members sometime in the summer.  We are hoping that the COVID rules will allow more outdoor activity with others, so more details to come!

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24th Annual Fuzzy Horse Show

24th Annual Fuzzy Horse Show

Sunday, May 16, 2021 ~ Kelowna Riding Club

Judge - Jodi Moore | Trail Judge - Lynette Crowley

Clinic with Jodi Moore - Saturday, May 15

ENTRIES OPEN

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Practice These Patterns

Practice These Patterns

Join AQHA and get the Practice These Patterns e-book for FREE.

In each chapter of Practice These Patterns, professionals break our practice horse show patterns into parts to better help you conquer them.

This robust ebook features three horse show patterns with full instructions for how to practice them, plus videos with pattern demonstrations.

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Horse Sleazies: Tips for a Good Fit

Horse Sleazies: Tips for a Good Fit

Using a sleazy is great for show horses, but the mane tamer has to fit correctly.

Horse sleazies, or slinkies, pack plenty of purpose for horse show exhibitors. 

“I like to band my horses’ manes the night before I show so I’m not so rushed the next morning,” says AQHA Professional Horsewoman Margo Ball, who has decades of experience putting sleazies to good use. “But that strategy only works if you can keep those bands protected. A big part of keeping the bands in place is having a sleazy that fits and is comfortable to your horse. The most common mistake I see people make is using a sleazy that is too large."

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