The American Quarter Horse JournalJuly 3, 2013
On the cover of this month's Journal, AQHYA member Blake Bostwick of Fall City, Washington, and Nikkilena work a cow in one of AQHA's newest classes, boxing. (Photo by Tara Matsler)
Historically known as The American Quarter Horse Journal’s annual youth issue, this year’s July edition spotlights AQHYA members – where they are, where they’ve been and where they’re going.
Mixing equal parts of now and then, this month the Journal staff serves up such stories as “Beyond AQHYA,” where you’ll read about how Zane Pluhar is now serving his country; find out how Elizabeth Borders-Combs is combining her love of horses and marketing as a graphic designer; learn where AQHYA Past President Jackie Rapp has set down her roots; see how Eli Edelkind is adjusting to civilian life after serving overseas; plus take a look at the trophies Casie Lisabeth-Maxwell has racked up as a varsity equestrian team coach.
In the July Journal, you can also take a look back at Tom Raffles, best known as AQHA Professional Horseman Carla Wennberg’s once-in-a-lifetime youth horse, and meet Mark Mowbray, the 2012-13 AQHYA president. These folks are just a few of the many AQHA members featured in the July Journal whose lives got off to a great start thanks to their proximity to Quarter Horses.
Journal subscribers also have access to the digital edition of the magazine, which they can access from a computer or tablet device, such as an iPad or Kindle Fire.
See what else lies in store for you in the July Journal:
Subscribers, visit www.aqha.com/journal to read the digital edition of the July Journal on your computer or tablet device.
The American Quarter Horse Journal is available in digital format, too! Current subscribers, visit www.aqha.com/journal to access the full issue of the Journal in a convenient digital format.
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