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Located in the "Colorado Sunbelt" only 35 miles north of the New Mexico border is Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Area trail elevations range from 8,000 feet to over 13,000 feet of varied terrain. Some of the trails lead into areas that are Congressionally designated components of the National Wilderness Preservation System. They are the Weminuche (pronounced Wem-in-ooch) Wilderness Area, one of the largest in the contiguous 48 states, and the South San Juan Wilderness Area. Congress has also designated the Piedra Area for potential inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System. All possess breathtaking natural beauty that provides an endless feast for the eyes - one trip to the area won't be enough.
In an action-packed February - one of the busiest months of the season for professional rodeo contestants - 100 percent of the athletes who were invited to RFD-TV's The American, presented by Polaris Ranger, have signed a letter of commitment contract to compete on Feb. 28 in AT&T Stadium.
NRHA recognizes and honors Million Dollar Earners in the Sire, Rider, and Owner categories and there is a family/entity who has achieved the much sought after honor in all three categories. Smart Like Juice, Jose Vazquez and Smart Like Juice Inc. comprise the family of overachievers. Now we celebrate Smart Like Juice ascending to Three Million Dollar Sire status!
CS Ranch in Givrins, Switzerland, is delighted to host the FEI World Reining Championships 2016 and the FEI European Reining Championships Young & Junior Riders 2016 from August 11-13.
Hearing the pleas of trail riders to bring The Great American Trail Horse Festival to the southeast, The American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA) has announced the next Festival will take place March 25-27, 2016 at T. Ed Garrison Arena at Clemson University, South Carolina.
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity held the final day of competition on Saturday that determined the 2015 NRHA Open Futurity Champions.
ONCE UPON A TIME in The Magical Kingdom of The Ouachita National Forest there were four trail riders among the Tall Pines. Sound like a fairytale storybook...that is what riding in the Ouachita is like. The pine trees are majestic in size and being among them is a feeling of being small and inconsequential and at the same time being invincible and part of the magic is the transformation of stress into tranquility...you won't want to leave!
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity held its fourth day of competition on Sunday including the first go, fourth section of more than $500,000 added Open Futurity, plus ancillary classes for Novice Horse Non Pro riders.
In less than two short years, Wimpys Little Step has climbed the charts and hit the Six, Seven and now Eight Million Dollar Sire mark with the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA), only the second stallion to achieve this prestigious title alongside Topsail Whiz.
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