December 21, 2012
Here are a few fun extras to get you in the holiday spirit.
Daily is taking a break from posting from December 24 through January 4, but we’ll be back after the New Year.
We wish you all a magical Christmas season and a happy New Year. And we look forward to providing you with a new year full of great tips!
Until then, here are a few fun tidbits to tide you over.
- Snowangel 229
- Snowbaby Girl
- Snowball Cash
- Snowball Cody
- Snowball’s Chance
- Snowed In
- Snowflake Cowboy
- Snowman Doc Bar
- Santa’s Helper
- Santa’s Lady
- Rudolph Gold Frost
- Rudolph The Red
- Jingle Belle
- Jingle Bells Rock
- Christmas Vacation
- Christmas Wishes
What are some of your horse’s holiday-themed names? We’d love to hear them!
We also asked The American Quarter Horse Journal and America’s Horse staff to share their New Year’s resolutions. Do your New Year’s resolutions involve your American Quarter Horses? Share them with us!
AQHA Senior Director of Marketing and Publications Jim Bret Campbell
- “I definitely want to take the time to get out of the office and spend more time horseback!”
AQHA Online Editor Tara Christiansen
- “My New Year’s resolution is to get my 4-year-old, ‘Jules,’ broke in a hackamore.”
- “More trail riding is also a resolution, and I don’t think Jules and ‘Nikki,’ my bridle horse, will complain!”
AQHA Director of Online/Interactive Communications Jody Reynolds
- “My New Year’s resolution is to spend less time sweating the small stuff and focus more on the big picture.”
America’s Horse editor Holly Clanahan
- Ride more (yes, even when it’s cold).
- Love more. Laugh more.
- Care less about the unimportant stuff in life.
The American Quarter Horse Journal Editor-in-Chief Becky Newell
- “To get more, and better, sleep!”
The American Quarter Horse Journal editor Christine Hamilton
- “To save money for a new-to-me half-ton truck, at least half of the purchase price.”
- “I also want to increase my personal blog writing.”
AQHA fall publications intern Allison Grayson
- “I want to make sure to enjoy my last year of college before I graduate in June, even with tons of deadlines! That includes finding time to ride.”
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