The American Quarter Horse Journal: February 2021

Dive into the latest issue, available exclusively to AQHA members.

February 2021 cover of The American Quarter Horse Journal

Lifelong Learner
Bit maker Greg Darnell's curiosity serves him well as he strives to solve the mysteries of the equine mouth.

Renaissance Woman
The versatile Stacy Westfall finds success in a wide variety of disciplines.

Joe Hancock
He was nearly gelded and didn't even have a name for his first few years, but this stallion became the progenitor of a line of horses that is still going strong today.

Untamed Traditions
You can find both quietude and fortitude on an annual cattle gathering in the mountains of Wyoming's Wagonhound Land & Livestock Co.

Be the Bison
Bison Union Co. produces coffee and apparel with a kick.

Master of Disguise
Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis is a mysterious disease that can have a devastating impact.

2021 AQHA Convention
From the AQHA Executive Vice President

Western pleasure guru Dale Livingston says learning can come from all disciplines.

Doc Brock
My daughter takes a song to heart.

Positive Attitude
I'm not wasting any more time arguing with people with a different point of view.

Life With Horses
I can't dole out veterinary advice, but there's a lot about horse ownership I can say.

Bits & Spurs
AQHA news, horse tips and short stories

Sage Remarks
Horsey quotes and quips

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