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Horse Showing Trends from a Judge's Perspective

For those individuals who show horses regularly, it is a common known fact that the horse show arena is full of trends and fashions that come and go. Show clothes, various styles of showing, and even the way the horse looks and is shown are affected by trends. During this presentation, Dr. Kathy Anderson, Extension Horse Specialist at the University of Nebraska, will talk about different showing trends from a horse show judge's perspective.

This presentation is free and provided as a partnership between eXtension Horses and My Horse University. The presentation will be archived, along with previous presentations, at http://www.myhorseuniversity.com/resources/webcasts.

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