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Serving as the voice of the American Quarter Horse industry for more than half a century, The American Quarter Horse Journal has brought its readers the greatest events, introduced them to legendary horses and people, and provided tips on riding, training, racing, management and health.

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Take a look at the stories in the 2014 September Journal:


  • Your First Look at the Journal (Page 4)
  • Fun Futurity Facts -- Inside Look by Becky Newell (Page 6)
  • Mailbox (Page 8)
  • Lyme Disease -- Horse Health by Dr. Thomas R. Lenz (Page 10)
  • Cajun Capers -- Quarter Paths by Richard Chamberlain (Page 12)
  • My Friend Murphy -- Up and Over with Pamela Britton-Baer  (Page 14)
  • The Big Squeeze -- Breeding Shed by Dr. Patrick M. McCue (Page 16)
  • Take a Fast Look with the Journal -- AQHA and Quarter Horse industry news (Page 102)
  • Your Last Look at the Journal (Page 208)


  • Protect Your Investment (Page 40) -- Use these tips to take care of your tack and equipment.
  • Borrow a Trainer (Page 44) -- You've got just one chance to make a good first impression in pattern classes; AQHA Professional Horsewoman Gretchen Mathes is here to help.
  • The Right Side of the Line (Page 48) -- Recognize the symptoms of white line disease early to keep your horse's feet healthy.
  • 10 Tack-Box Hacks (Page 54) -- These household essentials can be put to good use as show supplies.
  • Breeder Spotlight: Dan Fox (Page 58) -- At Fox Creek Ranch, it's family, friends, horses and hunting.
  • Getting a Grip on Gobbling (Page 62) -- Hay nets and grazing muzzles can save money, health and horses.
  • The Fales Family (Page 68) -- These racehorse breeders and trainers have showing interests and experience, too.
  • Making Cow Horses (Page 76) -- Follow along with 3-year-old prospects on their path to a Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge.
  • Good Horses, A to Z (Page 86) -- Wade Zollinger and Lad Leo left a legacy in the Intermountains.
  • Barn Babies (Page 92) -- Breeders share their 2014 arrivals, plus we'll give you the 4-1-1 on coat color genetics.
  • Journal Family: Sabrina Janis (Page 100) -- Meet teenage exhibitor Sabrina Janis of Massachusetts. 
  • Snapshots (Page 108) -- Look through your barn pictures from AQHA or alliance events.
  • Youth World Cup (Page 112) -- Competition fosters friendships fueled by the American Quarter Horse.
  • Loving Level 1 (Page 118) -- The 2014 Merial AQHA Region Six Championship, which featured only Level 1 (Novice) classes, was a great stepping stone for Level 1 exhibitors. 
  • Foundation Donors (Page 122)
  • AQHA Champions (Page 128)
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