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American Quarter Horse Journal

The most important single factor in preventing heat stress is providing plenty of clean, fresh water and trace mineralized salt to all horses. Journal photo.

Heat Stress in Horses

As temperatures rise, monitor horse health closely.

Blair Darnell took on life and opened her heart to those around her. Journal photo.

Her Own Woman

Blair Darnell has been horseback riding from Europe to the Rio Grande.

Ann and Rodger Call never let life?s challenges slow them down or keep them from doing what they loved. Journal photo.

What a Lady!

Horsewoman Ann Call didn?t let the challenges in her life ever slow her down.

Mary Roes isn?t letting cancer keep her from showing her American Quarter Horses. Journal photo.

Got Courage??

Mary Roes, AQHA exhibitor and Region Two committee member, hasn?t let cancer keep her down.

Photo America's Horse Journal

What Do I Take on a Trail Ride

Here are tips from the AQHA to help you have fun and stay safe horseback riding.

Jim Hunt (left) and Joni Hunt (right) present Holly Kiess, Kaycee Szymanski, Alan Hinds, Shianne Hoatson and Paige Portenier with their 2012 project foals at the Hunts' Open Rafter Ranch Production Sale. (Photo by Lezlie Moore)

Young Horse Development Project

The AQHA Ranching Council awards inaugural project winners and announces 2012 foal recipients.

Lauren Eichstadt and Its My Lucky Detail won the Farnam All-Around Amateur Award at the 2011 Bank of America AQHA World Championship Show. Journal photo.

All Around Amateur

Horse-showing history: A look back at the 2011 Bank of America Amateur World Championship Show.

Courtesy Connie Lechleitner

Making It Count

Two rookie youth exhibitors make the most of their first--and last--year of youth eligibility for AQHA events.

American Quarter Horse Journal photo

Horses and Hock Problems

A hock problem does not mean the end of a horse's career. From American Quarter Horse Journal.

Horses Grazing. Courtesy KHP

Pasture Perfect

Find the recipe for success by understanding what nutritional value your horse requires and what your pasture provides. From American Quarter Horse Journal.

Hat Shapes. Courtesy AQHA

How to Choose the Right Western Hat and Maintain It

In this article find out how to find a shape that best fits your interest, and then crease it to your own personal style.