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  • "No Bling" Quarter Horse Show

    Randy Ratliff, president of the North Carolina Quarter Horse Association, explains the benefits of the "No Bling" Quarter Horse Show, which introduces amateur riders to the horse show experience without investing in high-cost gear. Sarah Hyder and her horse Colby showed for the first time in the "No Bling" show series this year, and it's helped them acclimate to the higher pressure of the larger horse shows.

Randy Ratliff, president of the North Carolina Quarter Horse Association, explains the benefits of the "No Bling" Quarter Horse Show, which introduces amateur riders to the horse show experience without investing in high-cost gear. Sarah Hyder and her horse Colby showed for the first time in the "No Bling" show series this year, and it's helped them acclimate to the higher pressure of the larger horse shows. Taylor Knopf tknopf@newsobserver.com
Randy Ratliff, president of the North Carolina Quarter Horse Association, explains the benefits of the "No Bling" Quarter Horse Show, which introduces amateur riders to the horse show experience without investing in high-cost gear. Sarah Hyder and her horse Colby showed for the first time in the "No Bling" show series this year, and it's helped them acclimate to the higher pressure of the larger horse shows. Taylor Knopf tknopf@newsobserver.com

‘No Bling’ show gives riders a taste of competition world without high costs

July 19, 2015 6:10 PM