More Than 5,300 Saddle Up in San Antonio at AAEP Convention

The American Association of Equine Practitioners’ (AAEP) 63rd Annual Convention, held Nov. 17–21 in San Antonio, Texas, dispensed the essential knowledge, emerging diagnostics and newest treatments across the medical spectrum to help practitioners provide optimal care to their equine patients. Convention attendance comprised 5,344 veterinary professionals, students, guests and exhibitors from across the United States, Canada and 36 other countries.

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Million Dollar Sire Judge Cash Passes

The Quarter Horse industry sadly lost one of its top sires this year. Judge Cash, a 1987 grey by Dash For Cash and out of Mary Mito by Mito Paint (TB), was humanely euthanized due to colic at age 30 on September 18, 2017. 

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Farnam Secures Exclusive Sponsorship of the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center Wash Racks and Farrier Area

Farnam, the leading horse care and horse supplies provider in the industry, has partnered with the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center for the Horse Care Solutions Building Sponsorship and will be the exclusive sponsor of the facility’s wash racks in both Barn A and Barn B. In addition, they are now the exclusive sponsor of the Farrier Area, which will use custom graphics to create the Farnam Barn experience during events.

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Hall of Fame History

On August 5, 2017, the ladies of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association were, for the first time in history, welcomed onto the ProRodeo Hall of Fame’s hallowed stage in Colorado Sp rings, Colorado. Three WPRA icons joined the class of 12 inductees—Wanda Harper Bush, Charmayne James and a joint PRCA/WPRA equine inductee—Sherry Johnson’s Star Plaudit.

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WPRA 2017 Media Awards

Women's Professional Rodeo Association honors those who work behind the scenes in rodeo .As the 2017 regular season comes to a close this week, the WPRA is pleased to announce their contract award winners that work tirelessly behind the scenes to make it all happen and keeps the Association alive and well.

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