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NBHA Returns to Texas to Kick Off the 2019 Abilene Super Show

The National Barrel Horse Association (NBHA) is excited to host the 2019 Abilene Super Show on June 28-30 at the Expo Center of Taylor County in Abilene, Texas. Open, youth and senior races are scheduled to run as part of the event, which are predicted to draw avid barrel races from across the great state…
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CBD—What Is It and How Does It Work?

With the spike in popularity of CBD products for both horses and humans, many people are still wondering what exactly CBD is and how it works for such a variety of problems. Taylor Reazin, national account manager for Plantaceacbd/Kahm CBD and avid barrel racer, kindly took some time to answer the most common questions she…
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Did You Make the Charts? 2018 Regional 4D-6D Statistics

Every year, Barrel Horse News in partnership with Equi-Stat spotlights the top divisional horses and riders from geographical regions around the United States. Be sure to get a copy of the May 2019 issue of BHN to see the top 1D-3D teams of 2018, and check out the top five highest earners in the 4D-6D…
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Equine Herpes Virus – Type 1 (EHV-1) – Nevada Update & Biosecurity Tips

Please note the NBHA Professional’s Choice Super Show scheduled for May 31 to June 2 at the South Point Equestrian Center has NOT been cancelled. To Members of the National Barrel Horse Association: With several cases of Equine Herpes Virus – Type 1 (EHV-1) confirmed in Nevada, my current recommendation is to stop movement of…
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The Best Way to Begin Barrel Racing

The National Barrel Horse Association and Barrel Horse News presents a basic resource guide to help you dive into the sport of barrel racing.
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NBHA and Troxel Helmets Partner to Promote Rider Safety at the NBHA Youth World Championships

The National Barrel Horse Association and Troxel Helmets have partnered to create the very first Helmet Side Pot at the 2019 NBHA Youth World Championships from July 21–27 in Perry, Georgia. The $500 added money side-pot is open to all competitors at the Youth World Championships who are wearing any brand of helmet. Competitors can…
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