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Sep 30, 2014
Orlando Arabian Horse Club (OAHC) FALL SPOOKTACULAR October 25-26, 2014
Rated Arabian Horse Show at Clarcona Horse Park
Arabian/ Half-Arabian/ Anglo-Arabian AHA/USDF/USEF Show
Region 12 Qualifier. Judges: Lisa Hyslop 'S', Sandi Chohany 'S', Brian MacMahon 'r'
Sport horse in hand, Sport horse under saddle, dressage Introductory through FEI levels
ALL BREED OPPORTUNITY: Offered in under saddle (rail) and in hand. More info...

Sep 24, 2014
Florida Haunted House and Hayride Directoryhorse shows
Enjoy a Florida Halloween hayride or haunted house as a special treat for your family this 2014 Halloween season.

Hayrides are a tradition that go back to Fall harvest celebrations such as town picnics and state fairs. A moonlit horse drawn hay wagon lumbering down rural cart paths allowed young couples a welcome escape from the prying eyes of the older folks.

Today's hayride is usually a family affair in September and October and is included as a part of a scary Halloween adventure. You might also find a hay maze or haunted house to find your way through and some friendly farm animals to pet. More info...

Sep 23, 2014
Optimizing Dressage Horses' Bodies for Peak Performancehorse shows

When your dancing partner has four legs and a mind of his own, it's not easy to perform at your best every time you enter the dressage arena. But riders can take steps to ensure their mounts' bodies are ready to perform at their peaks when their turn in the spotlight comes.
High-level dressage horses generally range in age from 8 to 16 years and are the result of substantial time and effort on the part of the rider, trainer, owner, and health care teams, Murray said. Thus, it's no surprise that owners, riders, and trainers want to keep these horses competing as long as possible. More info...

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