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Best Of Breed decoded

Today there are a number of high point awards given by various publications, but in the early days there was just one – Saddle & Bridle’s Best Of Breed. The results that were published in the March 2015 issue are the 37th edition of these special awards, and they are just as important – and coveted – today as they were all those years ago.

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IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS VAN

Ever since I began writing for Saddle & Bridle at 9 years old I had heard that it was a third-generation family business, but really that fact was just a vague idea in my head. I knew little about its history....

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AN APPLE A DAY (SORT OF)

I wouldn’t say I don’t know anything about horses. I know they have been the object of my fascination since the beginning. I used to have a big book of all the breeds and had even circled the ones I wanted to own at some point...

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APPLE DIDN’T KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY

It’s the middle of the night and I’m holding a dosing syringe the size of a small country and twisting a horse’s ear. When I was dreaming about ponies at the tender age of five, this really wasn’t a part of the deal....

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BOBBING FOR APPLE

I guess you could say this day was bound to come sooner or later. People always say that in hindsight, don’t they? I go to the barn almost daily with my roomie and everything just seemed hunky-dorey. I should have known better…

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BOOK REVIEW: ZEN MIND, ZEN HORSE

“Horses are like a band of legendary Zen masters. They are perfect teachers because they uncover your real motivation. They tell you when you’re wholeheartedly committed or faking it, when you’re making a sacred vow or just paying lip service....

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ROTTEN APPLE

I don’t like Apple very much right now. I don’t even have anything witty to say about that. Remember how I said that I would do anything for that horse? Well apparently the feeling is not mutual. I may love her, but I really don’t like her at this particular juncture in time. “Why, Ashlea? Oh, why are you so dismayed?” you ask. Don’t worry I’ll tell you, and how.

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