July American Quarter Horse Journal
Get horse-training tips, plus advice to use around the barn in the July American Quarter Horse Journal.
June 22, 2014
- “Teacher and Student” explains how the AQHA Ranching Heritage Young Horse Development Program pairs young people with weanlings for the chance both to learn and teach.
- “Keeping the Peace” discusses the prevention of show-ring jealously between siblings.
- “Take Me Riding” introduces you to the new AQHA program aimed at connecting young kids to horses.
- “Primed for Success” follows the success of Austin Halvorson and his start in AQHYA.
- “Youth Bucket Lists” details what today’s youth hope to do before they transition to amateur.
- “Journal Family: Jaymee Carruth” introduces you to Jaymee Carruth, a youth exhibitor from Enterprise, Mississippi.
Every issue of the magazine is written to be as versatile as the breed it serves. With that in mind, here’s a look some more articles included in the July Journal.
Your options for reading the Journal are just as versatile. Try the digital edition, mobile app and print formats. Visit www.aqha.com/journal to explore your options.
- “Pole Practice” demonstrates how to tackle ground poles in trail, western riding and ranch horse pleasure.
- “Trailer Hitches” reminds you what you need to know liability-wise before loaning trailer to someone.
- “12 Tricks to Use on the Trails” rounds up 12 tips for successful and safe trail rides.
- “Hoof in Detail: Contracted and Pushed Up Heels” teaches you to identify and manage these common horse hoof maladies.
- “Borrow a Trainer” shows you how to fine-tune your horse over trail obstacles with just eight poles, with advice from AQHA Professional Horseman and judge Kelly McDowall.
- “Nikeela Black” gives you a look into the life of a woman juggling her two jobs as a lawyer and a jockey.
- “Legends: January Investment” showcases a mare who left her mark on the all-around industry as an enviable broodmare
- .“Correct Fit: English Curb Chain” provides helpful pointers from AQHA Professional Horsewoman Lynn Palm for common tack problems and errors in English classes.
- “Ranch Safety” provides methods to keep your American Quarter Horse safe on the ranch.
- “A Solid Ride” looks at how ranch horse sales are a foundation of the industry.
- “In a Nutshell” explains the rule changes that were approved by the AQHA Executive Committee at its April meeting.
- “Making Cow Horses” follows the training of two 3-year-old prospects on the path to a Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge.
- “Reining in Kentucky” recaps the Kentucky Reining Cup and the highlights of the event.
- “Down the Fence” shares the story of a movie, currently being made, about the disappearing style of horsemanship and the people who love the American Quarter Horse.
- “Latin American Championships” shares the competition for buckles and bragging rights at the third Latin American Championships.
The American Quarter Horse Journal is as versatile as the breed. A subscription to the Journal includes both print and digital, and the digital edition of the Journal features bonus content, such as video and slide shows.
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.