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Miracle Ranch
Miracle Ranch Wranglers

Lives Are Changed at Miracle Ranch by Sherilyn Sander, CHA Oregon State Representative Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) promotes excellence in safety and education by certifying riding instructors, accrediting equine facilities, producing educational conferences, and publishing educational resources. CHA has a website go to www.CHA.Horse for more information. “The greatest thing you …

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Biggest US holding pen planned for wild horses faces suit

Wild horse advocates in Reno, NV are accusing U.S. land managers of violating environmental and animal protection laws From the Associated Press The Associated Press reports advocates for wild horses are accusing federal land managers of illegally approving plans for the largest U.S. holding facility for thousands of mustangs captured …

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September/October Cover Story: Meet Remington – Mustang Ambassador

Remington
Story and Photos provided by the Mustang Heritage Foundation

‘Remi’ Caught the Eye of One Trainer and the Hearts of His Fans Born on the range in 2015, Remington (Remi) hails from the well-known Salt Wells Creek Herd Management Area (HMA) in southern Wyoming. His sire, Cheveyo, was a highly photographed black, curly stallion who passed away on the …

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Statement on the Death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth is shown a horse by renowned trainer Monty Roberts.

Marty Irby, world champion equestrian and head of animal welfare group, praises late sovereign’s care for ‘the welfare and health of horses’ WASHINGTON D.C. – Sept 8, 2022, upon learning of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Animal Wellness Action executive director Marty Irby released the following statement: “I am deeply …

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From My Saddle: Education is Ongoing

From My Saddle Education is Ongoing
NWHS Photo

American Horse Publications Conference Proves Fruitful I believe education is an ongoing process throughout our lives. The old cliché, “The older I get the less I know,” is certainly a true statement for me. Technology is changing so fast we don’t have time to download a software update before another …

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Editor’s Postcard: Eyes on the Ground are Essential for Riders

Eyes on the Ground
Carol (left) and Kim (right) have been riding together and helping each other for decades. Photo by Diana Inch.

Family or Friends with Big Hearts Can Fill this Role I recently judged a show in Chicago and noticed two competitors helping each other throughout the competition. One, a younger woman, was especially attentive to the other, older, woman. They called (read aloud) each other’s dressage tests, gave that last …

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