Horse breed popularity rises and falls with the times. Check out these stats and experts pulled from the Western Horseman archives.
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“Bombproof.” “Push-button.” “Professionally-trained.” These terms saturate equine classified ads in newspapers, magazines and on Web sites.
For a horseman to achieve performance goals, whether personal or professional, it takes a great horse that has the talent and charisma to take his rider to the next level.
Shine By The Bay came out on top of the open western-horse heap and earned the reserve Superhorse title from the 2003 American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show. The reserve title was accompanied by a $2,500 paycheck.
The late 1950s through the ’60s ushered in a new era of Appaloosa stallions. In a time of change, Bright Eyes Brother took the lead as both anÂ individual and a sire.