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Pacific Coast Journal

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.

PCJ is a FREE magazine direct mailed to;

· Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association member
· West Coast Reining Horse Association member
· Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association subscriber
· AQHA, NRHA & NRCHA Judges in the United States

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.

Twombly Horse Sale 2014 Sale Results PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

2014 Twombly Horse SaleThe 2014 Twombly Horse Sale was held in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during the Frontier Days Rodeo, on the street in front of the Wyoming State Capitol Building! The rope Horse preview and trail competition was held at the Laramie County Fairgrounds just outside of Cheyenne. Great weather, horses and people made for a super fun weekend!

Twombly Horse Sale would like to thank all who participated in the bidding from 29 states and Canada! Nearly 100 phone bids were made for those who couldn’t be there. This was their 34th sale and their highest average in history.

 

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South Point Arena & Equestrian Center Hosts High Roller Reining Classic and Prestigious Breeders Auction PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

south point arena and equestrian center

International “crown jewel” of western events expands with elite horse auction.

For the seventh consecutive year, South Point Arena and Equestrian Center will host the High Roller Reining Classic, Sept. 13 – 20. For the first time ever, the event will include a West Coast Breeders Select Sale (WCBSS) offering the equestrian industry’s top breeders to the opportunity to display the best-of-the-best yearlings during an elite public auction on Saturday, Sept. 20.

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NRHA Futurity Reminders & Move-In Info PDF Print E-mail
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NRHA futurityAs the summer nears its end, anticipation is building for this year’s National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan North American Affiliate Championship Show in Oklahoma City, Okla. This year’s event is scheduled to start one day later and includes a new Level 1 Open Rider Challenge. Below are a few reminders and updates to consider when making plans for this year’s event.

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Fitting the Sale Horse: It Pays to Prepare PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of NRCHA   

Horses consigned to the National Reined Cow Horse Association Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales in Reno, Nev., are in one of the most important competitions of their lives, as they try to win a buyer willing to pay their maximum value. When sifting through hundreds of sale horses, a savvy shopper looks closely at conformation and pedigree. Those two qualities influence buyers to raise their hands at the auction, but to command top dollar, a horse must also look like a champion.

 

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Practice, Patience, and Planning Take Four Young Riders to World Show Finals PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacie Campuzano   

Each year young riders spend countless hours at the barn preparing, weekends competing, and late nights staying on top of classroom studies to make their way to the American Quarter Horse Association Youth World Show. The Pacific Coast region is no stranger to talented young competitors. This year’s event held once again in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma August first through the ninth saw several young women reach great heights in the world finals.

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Miss Callie Cat Gets the Call PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sally Harrison Courtesy of NCHA   

The cattle were tough, but Miss Callie Cat and Junie Wood were tougher.

Miss Callie Cat and Tarin Rice drew last to work in the first set of the NCHA Derby Finals, on Saturday, August 2, and marked the winning score of 224 points. Junie Wood, under John Mitchell, the first to work in the 22-horse horse finals, scored 220 points for reserve.

 

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Entries Still Accepted for Congress Sale & Appaloosa World Sale! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

Mike Jennings of Professional Horse Services, LLC, announces “We are still accepting entries for two major show horse auctions, the Congress Super Sale & Appaloosa World Sale. You can offer your horses to the top owners and exhibitors in the industry because they are held in conjunction with the top shows in the business.” Entries will be accepted into early September.

 

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NSBA Hosts Largest World Show To Date PDF Print E-mail
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NSBA World Championship Show and Breeders Championship Futurity See Big Increase in Participation

The 2014 NSBA World Championship Show and Breeders Championship Futurity, held August 9-17 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was the largest show the association has held to date, with a 19 percent increase in stalls and an increase of 600 entries over last year, a 17 percent increase.

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Watch Out for These Red Flags When Buying a Home PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of Realtor.com   

Oh, those crafty sellers, disguising the deferred maintenance of their homes!

We’re not saying they’ll lie, but if they can get away with selling the house and not having to spend thousands of dollars on a moldy basement re-do?

Well, it’s hard to blame them: they want to make the most of their home investment, too.

 

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Lane Ranch and Company Shines Bright on the Silver Screen PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacie Campuzano   

For most ranchers the day begins early, goes late and revolves around managing stock animals. For George Lane, his wife Charlene and adult son Justin, the whole endeavor is a bit more star-studded. You’ve very likely seen their work in a variety of places without ever knowing it. Those horses galloping alongside cars in a salt flat for a Firestone tires commercial aren’t the result of computer graphics. They are the liberty horses of Lane Ranch and they really did gallop along with those cars for the commercial. And, that is just one aspect of what a day in the life at Lane Ranch is like.

 

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Did You Know PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily   

Who figured out how to use an ultrasound in mares? How long have ranchers looked for safer fencing? The Journal staff dug up some unique stories and facts behind some of the everyday items in our American Quarter Horse world, and we thought you’d like to hear them.

Quick-Change Stirrups

The next time you step into your western stirrup, take a peek under the fender and see how it adjusts. Chances are there’s a Blevins’ Quick-Change Buckle there (or a copy of it). Have you ever wondered where it came from?

 

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