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Pacific Coast Journal is the Largest Quarter Horse publication on the West Coast. We are the official publication for the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association, Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association and a PROUD Sponsor of West Coast Reining Horse Association.

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Pick up Pacific Coast Journal at ALL West Coast AQHA, NRCHA, NCHA and NRHA show along with all PCQHA and PCCHA approved shows. You can also get your copy of Pacific Coast Journal at ALL AQHA, NRCHA, NCHA and NRHA Futurities, Derbies, World and Championship Shows.

South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa Celebrates National Finals Rodeo in True “Vegas Cowboy Central” Spirit with Non-Stop Rodeo Promotions PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

LAS VEGAS – South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa plays home to the rodeo world in true Vegas Cowboy Central fashion during National Finals Rodeo (NFR), Las Vegas’ largest rodeo event of the year, with a full lineup of live entertainment, Western art and gift shows, NFR viewing parties, buckle presentations for NFR winners, rodeo events and more Monday, Dec. 1 – Sunday, Dec. 14.

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2014 All-American Quarter Horse Congress – Highs, Lows, and Memories PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacie Campuzano   

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, it was estimated to bring more than 650,000 people to the area and more than $180 million dollars to the local economy.

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Horse-Breeding History: Expensive Hobby PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily, By Dr. Patrick McCue   

Expensive Hobby made a lasting impression in the Quarter Horse world.

The AQHA World Show had just moved to Oklahoma City, and horsemen in the Heartland were witnessing West Coast-style working cow horse competition for the first time.

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Bonnie Sheren – Commitment Pays Off PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacie Campuzano   

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. “I’d been showing on and off over the years and had always hoped to have a horse and show at a high level. It was time to make it happen,” says Sheren.

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Just Have Christmas PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

If you are reading this,  then you must have managed to make it through the remainder of your show season and you are now heading full speed into wrapping paper and pine oil and copious amounts of sugar and The Holidays.

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World Champions win at Congress PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of NCHA   

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.

One Time Choice marked 229 after qualifying on the bubble with a 217 in the first round. It was her third World Series win, and her second this year. She won the Mercuria finals at the Calgary Stampede in July, and at the Idaho Futurity in 2013.

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Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of Animal Genetics   

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. One form of PSSM is in part a result of a single base pair substitution in GYS1 gene, thereby changing the amino acid sequence of the glycogen synthase enzyme. At least 20 breeds have been identified with Type 1 PSSM.

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Quarter Horse History: The First 20 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily, By Dr. Patrick McCue   

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. After AQHA was chartered in 1940, the newly formed Executive Committee decided that the first registration number would be reserved for the grand champion at the Fort Worth Stock Show.

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Managing the Laminitic and Foundered Horse with Sole Support PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tabb Pig, Certified Journeyman Farrier   

When an equine athlete experiences an episode of Laminitis or Founder it can be a painful experience. While there are numerous studies and articles on the causes of these two maladies, there is also a general consensus on what the hoof capsule experiences after the episodes occur.

 

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Horse-Breeding Compatibility PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily, By Dr. Patrick McCue   

Some pairings just don’t work, and that seemingly perfect mare-stallion combination fails to result in pregnancy

The 12-year-old mare had already successfully carried four foals to term.

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55th Annual Klamath Bull and Horse Sale Returns in February PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Stacie Campuzano   

Step onto the Klamath County Fairgrounds in Klamath Falls, Oregon February 5-8, 2015 and you’ll hear the yip of cattle dogs, the clank of spurs, and the thundering of hooves as skilled horses run down and maneuver cattle. Watch the ropes and dirt fly and know at this premiere gathering of ranchers has gone on for over five decades. The upcoming Klamath Bull and Horse Sale will be the 55th annual installation of this vital event

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