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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.

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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.

Pro Horse April Online Auction Features a PHBA World Champion, Top Prospects and Show Horses PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America's Horse Daily   

PF ChromefellaFor Immediate Release - April 16, 2014

Round Hill, VA – The April Online Auction, produced by Professional Horses Services, LLC, features PHBA World and Reserve Champion performance horse, an AQHA Regional Champion Halter mare with multiple ROM awards plus many more proven show horses. A great group of well-bred prospects for Pleasure, Halter and Reining is offered.   Quarter Horses and Paints are selling, as well as Palominos, Duns and roans. The Online catalog and more auction information can be accessed at ProHorseServices.com http://www.prohorseservices.com/Online.php

“Whether a buyer wants to show now or get a top prospect for their next show horse, they can find one in this group of horses”, says Mike Jennings of Professional Horse Services, LLC.  “For those who like to raise their show horses there are some proven broodmares in the auction.”

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Why Jamie Lee Curtis Knows What’s Good for Your Horse PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America's Horse Daily   

Want a healthy horseback-riding partner? Prebiotics and probiotics can help your horse flourish. As a spokesperson for Dannon’s Activia Yogurt, actress Jamie Lee Curtis might have some ideas on what’s good for your horse. “How’s that?” you ask. She understands the benefits of probiotics for a healthy digestive system. Although some might think prebiotics and probiotics are unnecessary in horse feed,

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Technology vs. Tech-Knowledgy PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of Realtor.com   

I was sitting in a listing appointment recently, showing a potential seller a listing presentation on my iPad. About five minutes in, the potential seller stopped me. He asked me to stop the song and dance and to just talk about my business and what I could offer him. No pie charts, no pretty pictures, just the facts on why he should hire me. I’m not going to lie that I was a bit taken aback; no one had ever stopped me mid-presentation like that.

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Repair and Update Your Home Before an Open House PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of Realtor.com   

Prospective buyers won’t ignore even minor problems in a house, from broken light switches to leaky faucets, so you’ll want to have your home in tip-top shape before holding an open house. To get the best results, allocate about a month’s worth of time and enlist the aid of a REALTOR® to guide you through the process of maintenance and repairs.

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Ranch Vacation Packing List PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Writer   

After taking ranch vacations in Alberta, Hawaii, Arizona, California, Wyoming, Colorado and beyond, I've become an expert on what to pack for your dude ranch adventure. Below are some recommended items for your dude ranch holiday. Always ask the ranch where you're traveling ahead of time what you should bring. They'll have some specific

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Cow Horse Champion Crowned PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of AQHA   

Open Hackamore, Working first in the draw, Ron Emmons and One Fine Vintage slammed the door shut on all other competitors with a commanding score of 442.5. “You know what?” Ron said. “He felt really good the whole time. He was a little stiff in the hackamore on one turn and on the cow, but I bumped him off it, and he came (around). Everything was good.

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Time to Ride Campaign PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of AQHA   

The 100 Day Challenge offers incentives to horse people offering entry level equine experiences. Bringing in new riders is an ongoing challenge for the horse industry. Kids are overbooked with other sports and extra-curricular activities. Adults are hesitant to invest time and money into a new hobbie. More people are living in sprawling suburbs and away from farms and equestrian-friendly lands.

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Smart Horse Showing: Haul Your Horse Safely PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of America's Horse Daily   

One often-overlooked aspect of hauling performance horses to shows or other events is adjustment to changes in climate and altitude. Some changes don’t affect a horse severely, but others can zap him physically, change him mentally and cause poor performance. Christian Rammerstorfer of Oroville, California, is a reining trainer who has a Ph.D. in equine nutrition and exercise physiology. He has hauled horses to several states where temperatures, humidity and altitude were extremely different from what the horses were used to at home. 

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Renew Competition Licenses to Earn Money PDF Print E-mail
Written by Courtesy of AQHA   

In the quest for point payback, an AQHA Incentive Fund competition license must be filed every year. Between training, shoeing, feeding, grooming and hauling, the costs all add up before you even get to an AQHA show. But what if there was a way to receive remuneration for every AQHA point earned? Wait – there is a way! It’s called the AQHA Incentive Fund, and when it was created in the early 1980s, putting money in owners’ and breeders’ pockets was exactly what the founders had in mind.

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Pot O' Gold PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Eubanks   

The Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association (SCRCHA) kicked off their 2014 show season with the Green Oaks Pot-O-Gold Show at Casner Ranch in Temecula, CA March 7th & 8th. This year’s show featured classes that earned competitors SCRCHA, NRCHA, and AQHA cow horse points! This made it a not only a great show for competitors to practice and get ready for the upcoming year, but also one that was rewarding as well! Everyone was in agreement that, as always, the show was well run with outstanding cows. “Its really nice to have a show this nice so close to home.

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Jamminalena PDF Print E-mail
Written by Stacie Campuzano   

“Honestly, I figured we’d just make sure he got a good home,” says Sheri Jamieson of the moment she decided to buy a young Jamminalena at a sale in Texas.  “No one was interested in him. He is straight cutting horse breeding, but Yvon saw something in the horse,” explains Jamieson.  She and Yvon Matheiu had built a program to bring along elite reined cow horses. “We had a dream and a vision,” she says.

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