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The American Quarter Horse Journal: March 2021
The Western Troubadour
Red Steagall has written songs recorded by Ray Charles, Glen Campbell, Dean Martin, Nancy Sinatra and George Strait, but today he's writing for his favorite audience, the cowboy.
Innovation, experience in the saddle and a foucs on family make Nettles Stirrups work.
The personable Rugged Lark set records as a show horse and as a sire, but his enduring legacy may be the impact he had on his fans all over the world.
Jack of All Trades
Cedric Hayden's sense of adventure has taken him to the racetrack winner's circle, the highest summit in the world, the state legislature - and that's not all.
Gramps, Jack and Red
Howard Pitzer's grandson, Jim Brinkman, reflects on the importance of the Pitzer Ranch's history and staying the course of the future.
The beautiful gray Whistle Stop Cafe is the 2020 world champion racing American Quarter Horse.
From the Editor
A Common Thread
Last of the Vaqueros
Stink, Stank, Stunk
Life With Horses
Three feet tall and lightning fast
Bits & Spurs
AQHA news, horse tips and short stories
Horsey quotes and quips
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