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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.

UPDATED Event Schedule at South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa PDF Print E-mail
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American Quarter Horse Association SmartPak Novice Championship – Oct. 1 – 5: The SmartPak West AQHA Level One Championships are the pinnacle event for Level One (formerly known as Novice) American Quarter Horse exhibitors, who must qualify for the event either nationally or through a state or provincial AQHA affiliate in halter, English and western disciplines. This year’s championships have more than 2,000 entries with this year’s championships slated for Oct. 1 – 5. This event is free and open to the public.

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Concierge Auctions to sell fully customized Rancho Santa Fe retreat that makes indoor-outdoor living a reality PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

The 10,390-square-foot residence was built by renowned architect Greg Agee, with an interior conceived by award-winning designer Susan Spath

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Spinning and Sliding in Sin City at the 2014 The High Roller Reining Classic PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alden Corrigan for HRRC, Inc.   

Photos by Alden Corrigan

The third and final show in the Triple Crown of Reining series that includes Cactus Reining Classic in Scottsdale, Arizona and Reining By The Bay in Woodside, California, the High Roller Reining Classic, held at the South Point Arena and Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, Nevada did not disappoint. This unique venue boasts a hotel, casino, three indoor rings and 1,200 climate controlled stalls all under one roof with unparalleled multimedia outlets employed to promote the event, including in-room television coverage of the event. iEquine hosted live webcast viewership which exceeded 165,000 page views and live webcast clicks to sponsor sites were over 7,000.

 

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Is an Assumable Mortgage a Good Idea? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of Realtor.com   

Looking for an alternative to a traditional mortgage? An assumable mortgage is a loan that allows a buyer to take over a seller’s current loan, typically with no change to the terms or interest rate. When interest rates are low or falling, borrowers aren’t interested in taking on a loan with a higher interest rate than what a broker could offer. But, if you’re purchasing a home with an established loan at 3.75% and mortgage rates have risen to 5.5%, you may want to consider an assumable loan.

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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?

Safe Fencing

Do you think the search for safe fencing has only been a goal of horse and cattlemen in more recent, enlightened years? Think again!

 

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That's Horse Showing.... PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

As I type, I am at a horse show.  It has been a long week away from home and there have been moments of glory and moments less glorious.  In a nutshell, that is horse showing and if these two sentences constituted an article, I would stop here.  I had intended to write on a completely different topic this month, but as the week has worn on, it seems like I have spent more than one conversation either congratulating or consoling.  With that in mind, I thought I might take this opportunity to remind people what horse showing is all about, why we show, and seemingly why we are simply unable to quit….ever!

 

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Congress Super Sale – Selling the BEST Show Horses PDF Print E-mail
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The 2014 Congress Super Sale, presented by Kaplow Insurance, will offer, on Saturday October 18, the best set of AQHA Show Horses offered at auction any where in the World! This auction is a feature of the All American Quarter Horse Congress, produced by the Ohio Quarter Horse Association.

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A Judge’s Perspective on Horse-Showing Trends PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America’s Horse Daily   

Horse showing is an integral part of many youths’ passion for their horses. Many spend countless hours preparing both their horses and themselves for competition. As with most things, horse showing goes through many trends and fads. However, the bottom line is, how are these new and sometimes expensive fads perceived by the judge in the show ring?

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3 Tips to Sell Your House in the Fall PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of Realtor.com   

Although the real estate business tends to slow down in the fall, the season still can be an attractive time to put a home on the market. If you want to sell your house in the next few months, it can be done.

Potential buyers—such as empty nesters or Millennials who aren’t worried about moving after the school year has started—will compete for fewer homes on the market and will likely want to seal a deal before the holiday season kicks into high gear.

 

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2014 Select AQHA World Championships PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Stacie Campuzano   

The Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association is home to a strong field of dedicated horsemen and women who year after year rank among the best in the world. At this year’s Adequan Select AQHA World Championship show it was no different. From August 22-30, 2014, at the Tri-State Fairgrounds in Amarillo, Texas, in what is the world’s largest single-breed championship level horse show dedicated solely to amateur competitors 50 years old and older, men and women representing the Pacific Coast stood among the top ten in a wide range of divisions.

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The 2014 Idaho Cutting Horse Association Futurity PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

When American cowboys of the 1800’s ran cattle together on open ranges, they gathered each year to separate their herds from their neighbors.  This is what we call “Cutting”.  Naturally, when you bring a group of people working together it turns into a competition, and Cutting Horse competitions are some of the best.

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