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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.

This tradition of publication excellence drives 235,000 people to read the Journal each month, including more AQHA judges and professionals than any other publication according to a recent study.

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

Columns

  • Your First Look at the Journal (Page 4)
  • Let Us Help You -- Inside Look by Becky Newell (Page 6)
  • Mailbox (Page 8)
  • Lice in Horses -- Horse Health by Dr. Thomas R. Lenz (Page 10)
  • King P-234 -- Quarter Paths by Richard Chamberlain (Page 12)
  • Sew Fine -- Up and Over by Pamela Britton-Baer  (Page 16)
  • Pseudopregnancy -- Breeding Shed by Dr. Patrick M. McCue (Page 18)
  • Take a Fast Look with the Journal -- AQHA and Quarter Horse industry news (Page 112)
  • Your Last Look at the Journal (Page 240)

Features

  • AQHA Proud in Alaska (Page 40) -- Ralph Seekins of Fairbanks, Alaska, is the newest member of the AQHA Executive Committee.
  • Hitch Up (Page 48) -- Here's an introduction to the parts of a pleasure-driving rig. Watch the video in our digital edition for some tips for harnessing your horse safely with AQHA Professional Horseman Kevin Dukes.
  • Bad Boys (Page 60) -- Use these expert tips to manage stallion-like behavior in geldings.
  • Legends: Physical Ed (Page 66) -- This gelding communicated strength, athleticism and style. Those traits to him to multiple AQHA world championships in pleasure driving and western pleasure.
  • Borrow a Trainer (Page 72) -- Warm up for horsemanship with these exercises from the University of Kentucky equestrian team and AQHA Professional Horseman Bennie Sargent.
  • Amateur Spotlight: Lisa Murray (Page 80) -- Physically recovering from a horseback riding accident is often the easy part. Actually getting back on the horse without fear is a much slower process. Amateur trail competitor Lisa Murray of Burbank, California, shares her story.
  • Ride These Patterns (Page 86) -- Give these showmanship, trail and horsemanship patterns a whirl with 40 secrets from the pros.
  • Making Cow Horses (Page 92) -- Follow along with 3-year-old prospects on their path to a Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge.
  • Journal Family: International Youth Directors (Page 98) -- Meet Jim Stors of Luxembourg and Kaelan Marshall of Australia. 
  • History 101 (Page 104) -- What is history racing and how will it affect the American Quarter Horse racing industry? Read on to find out.
  • Turning the Wheel (Page 120) -- The Wagon Wheel Ranch of Texas preserves the foundation lines that made the American Quarter Horse. 
  • Snapshots (Page 130) -- Look through your barn pictures from AQHA or alliance events.
  • A Conversation With a 6-Year-Old (Page 138) -- Journal Editor-in-Chief Becky Newell sat down for a conversation with 6-year-old Lindsey Thomas (and her dad) at the 2014 Merial AQHA Region Two Championship. 
  • The Select Numbers (Page 144) -- Take a closer look at the numbers and members who made up the 2014 Adequan Select World Championship Show. 
  • Party Pix (Page 156) -- We've got pictures from several of the receptions at the Adequan Select World.
  • 2014 Adequan Select World Champions and Top-10 Finishers (Page 162)
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