September American Quarter Horse Journal
Read the digital September American Quarter Horse Journal, featuring horse showing, training and health articles.
August 25, 2014
The September digital edition of The American Quarter Horse Journal is now available. What does that mean for you? Well, it means you won't have to wait for your print issue to arrive, or if you are not a current subscriber, you can try out a single digital issue of the Journal through the mobile app.
Try the digital edition, mobile app and print formats of the Journal. Visit www.aqha.com/journal to peruse your options.
- “Protect Your Investment” gives you tips to take care of your tack and equipment.
- “Borrow a Trainer” features the wisdom of AQHA Professional Horsewoman Gretchen Mathes about making a good impression in pattern classes.
- “The Right Side of the Line” shows you how to recognize the symptoms of white line disease early to keep your horse’s feet healthy.
- “10 Tack-Box Hacks” rounds up household essentials that can be put to good use as show supplies.
- “Breeder Spotlight: Dan Fox” introduces you to the halter and performance horse breeder from California, who mixes family, friends, horses and hunting.
- “Getting a Grip on Gobbling” explains how hay nets and grazing muzzles can save money, health and horses.
- “The Fales Family” features a couple of racehorse breeders and trainers who have showing interests and experience, too.
- “Making Cow Horses” spotlights the cow horse and ranching wisdom of trainers Matt Koch and Chance O’Neal.
- “Good Horses, A to Z” focuses on the legacy left behind in the Intermountain region by Wade Zollinger and Lad Leo.
- “Journal Family: Sabrina Janis” shines the light on this teenage exhibitor from Massachusetts.
- “Youth World Cup” rounds up the Journal’s coverage from this summer’s international event in College Station, Texas.
- “Loving Level 1” captures the excitement of the 2014 Merial AQHA Region Six Championship.
Head to www.aqha.com/journal to access the digital edition as a current subscriber, download the new Journal app or become a subscriber today. And if print is more of your style, order a single print copy from 800-291-7323.