The American Quarter Horse Journal: September-October 2023

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


















75 Years and Counting
Seventy-five years is a long time, and it is especially long in magazine publishing.

An Artist and a Horseman
Frank "Mac" McHugh was first and foremost a horseman, but he's also the artist whose work graced the cover of the first Quarter Horse Journal in 1948.

Beyond the Bars
These prison equine programs breed Quarter Horses, offering valuable training and skills to the incarcerated men who are raising the horses.

Going Into the Hall
Four men are being inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in September.

Versatile Victories
Meet the newest Versatility Ranch Horse world champions.

Editor's Note
Something to Celebrate

Dr. G. Marvin Beeman has spent his life studying and advocating for the horse.

Ranch Writing
You never knew what might be part of the job.

Positive Attitude
If you don't take a chance, how will you ever know success?

Life With Horses
We might be a little unstable in the stable, but that's OK.

Horse Health
Cryptorchidism is an undesirable trait.

Bits & Spurs
AQHA news, horse tips and short stories

Sage Remarks
A closing thought

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