Editorial

Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM)

Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM) is a dominant autosomal hereditary condition that can cause a genetic form of tying-up with muscle damage and inability to move.

Courtesy of Animal Genetics
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Editorial

2014 All-American Quarter Horse Congress

All American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio is the largest single breed horse show in the world. In its 48th year, the 2014 event drew a jaw-dropping 20,000 entries. Starting October 2 and running through the 26th...

Stacie Campuzano
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Showing

World Champions Win at Congress

Reigning World Champion One Time Choice and three-time Non-Pro World Champion Joe Howard Williamson dominated their respective finals at the Mercuria NCHA World Series of Cutting at the All American Quarter Horse Congress on October 10.

Press Release
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Editorial

Bonnie Sheren - Commitment Pays Off

Hard work, time, commitment, and energy, are key ingredients that turn dreams into goals and eventually into reality. Three years ago Select rider Bonnie Sheren was in a position in her life to put all those important ingredients together.

Stacie Campuzano
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Breeding

Quarter Horse History: The First 20

It is interesting to look back through the first 20 horses registered with AQHA – designated as foundation sires – and see which ones we remember and which have faded into relative obscurity. 

Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily, By Dr. Patrick McCue
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Cover Story

SMART BOONS No Doubt About It . . .

No doubt about Smart Boons; he’s the ‘real deal’ from every angle. Make yourself a checklist of exactly what you want in a sire, and then start checking the boxes. Pedigree? Peptoboonsmal, out of a Smart Little Lena Mare. Check!

Press Release
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Spotlight

Nancy Keegan on Finding Excellence in Riding

The title of 2014 AQHA Amateur Champion was just awarded to Nancy Keegan of Los Angeles, California. It is an accomplishment that has come from a long journey of following a passion for horses and learning from them along the way.

Stacie Campuzano
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