One of our earliest articles on The Showlife was on Elisa Frischbier and her mare Shes All The Candy that […]
Just recently, The Showlife has done an article about Larissa Rohr, an Amateur rider who shows while being pregnant. That, […]
Jadasa Jablonowski has won her second Congress Champion title – and we have all the details: Read our interview to find out how Dasi managed to get from the Q International DQHA Championship to the All American Quarter Horse Congress within a few days, how she prepared for the class and what other goals she has:
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By now, most people have recognized the latest change, AQHA has done regarding Europe: Limiting the points ranges for the Level 1 – drastically. We have asked two European trainers, what they think of the change:
Larissa and her fiancé. Picture by: buy-a-picture.de/Roberto Robaldo We all know what we strive most for when showing: looking like […]
Some do it like pros, while others get desperate everytime – finding the right make-up for the show. It should be elegant, highlight your best features, but not look like a mask. Maybe, some of you have a nice friend who does your make-up, but for all the other ladies out there getting desperate over their make-up: Don’t worry! There is hope! Lina Paßgang offers professional make-up at the Q18. Whoever gets their make-up done for 35 Euros, also contributes to our industry: Lina will donate 20 percent of her income to the DQHA Youth.
One does not simply give away their horse – every equestrian knows that. If anyone still does that, he or she is taking a high risk and their generosity should be valued. While it is more common at smaller shows or APHA shows in Europe to have your horse shown by another Novice Amateur or Youth kid, the people who are able to do this at the big AQHA shows are few. Livgreet Dietrich is one of the fortunate ones: She has shown SH Zipssweetpassion owned by the Georgi family this season.
Often, a role model is described as „someone you see on a regular basis and learn from“. However, in most case a role model is even more than that: Someone who is mentoring you in a way and changes the way you look at things. We have asked several people who their role model is – and got very different answers:
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