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Get Involved with ACTHA/PATH

Have you been to an ACTHA/PATH Internationl Shamrock Ride? If so, you have seen one or more of these amazing programs and met some of the gifted and caring staff and their volunteers. Every year, more than 7,400 PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) members help 56,000 children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges find strength and independence through the power of the horse. [click to continue…]

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The Last Ride

“So when we do make that last ride that is inevitable for us all to make, to that place up there, where the grass is green and lush and stirrup high, and the water runs cool, clear, and deep—You’ll tell us as we ride in that our entry fees have been paid. These things we ask.—Amen.”
—Excerpt from ‘A Rodeo Cowboy’s
Prayer’ by Clem McSpadden

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Don Blazer, author of the syndicated columns ‘A Horse, of Course’ and ‘Making Money with Horses’ lost his battle with lung cancer on April 7, 2014. Don’s energy changed form at the Bulverde, Texas, home he loved, with his wife and daughter by his side. [click to continue…]

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Notes from Inside the Corral (May 2014)

Kelsie and Angel First Time Being PoniedAt the Horsemen’s Corral we’ve finally attended our last trade show for the season. We had a presence at more shows throughout the region than in past years, which means more exposure for our advertisers and clubs. Yes, trade shows are fun; especially meeting new people, but the long hours on sore feet and back to back weekends became exhausting. Was it worth the time and investment to do all these shows?

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