Your Inside Look Into the June Journal

This month’s issue of the award-winning American Quarter Horse Journal offers the horse industry’s top money-saving, horse-health and tack tips.

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This week’s videos on AQHA’s YouTube channel feature a tour through the information-packed June American Quarter Horse Journal, a tribute to famed American Quarter Horse breeder A.B. Green and the 4-1-1 on taking equine vital signs.

The AQHA Video channel on YouTube includes videos from all segments of the equine industry produced to entertain and educate everyone from the professional horseman to the casual trail rider.

Preview of June’s American Quarter Horse Journal
Get an inside look at the stories in the June 2014 issue of The American Quarter Horse Journal, which include a tutorial on English tack fit, tips for saving money on your horse’s feed and a tour of a Washington AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder’s operation.

A.B. Green
Oklahoman A.B. Green raised and raced four American Quarter Horse Hall of Famers – Miss Meyers, Barbara L, Go Man Go and Miss Olene – along with performers in the show arena, too. See why his breeding program made him among the top- earning breeders of racing American Quarter Horses. Green became a member of the Hall of Fame in 2014.

Equine Vital Signs
AQHA Alliance Partner Certified Horsemanship Association explains how to take equine vital signs – pulse, respiration and temperature – and the ranges of each. Find out more about the Certified Horsemanship Association at

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