NSBA Announces Color Breeders Championship Futurity
NSBA is pleased to announce that a new Color Breeders Championship will begin at the NSBA World Championship Show and Breeders Championship Futurity in 2018.
Stallions and foals can be enrolled immediately into the Color Breeders Championship Futurity.
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NSBA Announces Hall of Fame Recipients
NSBA Names 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees
The National Snaffle Bit Association has named three inductees into its Hall of Fame. They include professional trainer Leslie Lange, show horse Zippos Ace Of Spades and breeding horse Sweet Talkin Chip.
The April The Way To Go is Online
The April The Way To Go features two men with a passion for Hunter Under Saddle and over fences horses and for keeping the long-term goals for their horses and clients. These passions drive Scott Jones and David Miller in their training business, showstring, whom we feature in this month’s Cover Story. Also in the April issue, we look back at 2016 by featuring the year-end high point award winners, as well as the top ten futurity shows and Dual-Approved events of 2016. Since the NSBA Exhibitor Lists calculate exhibitors’ earnings over the previous three years, we’ve also featured the top ten exhibitors by earnings from 2014-2016. Stephanie Lynn looks at how we each define winning in this month’s Sound Advice. All this and more is featured in the April issue of The Way To Go!
AQHA Convention Recognizes Members & Horses
Last week, the American Quarter Horse Association hosted its annual Convention. Many NSBA members and horses were recognized as Hall of Fame recipients, Professional Horseman and Executive Committee members.
AQHA Executive Committee
Norm Luba was elected as AQHA’s newest Executive Committee member
New Leadership, Rules Announced at 2017 IBHA Convention
The 2017 International Buckskin Horse Association hosted its 2017 convention at the Clarion Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 16-19 and announced new leadership as well as rule changes and additions to its World Championship Show.
Incoming president Michael Stadler reported interest in the 2017 convention was up over previous years, with the office seeing an increase in attendance of 15 percent. Office manager Deanna O’Keefe also reported seeing an increase in membership and registration over previous years, which she sees as an encouraging trend for the coming year.