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The Rundown: Our Gift to You

For the month of November only, any American Quarter Horse enthusiast can enjoy Journal Plus for free.

By Tara Christiansen
The American Quarter Horse Journal
November 1, 2011

November 2011 Journal Plus

For this month only, anyone can read the November issue of Journal Plus. That’s right: the November issue of Journal Plus is free.

Do you look forward to the day each month when The American Quarter Horse Journal arrives in your mailbox? If you’re tired of waiting around, or you just can’t get enough of what the Journal has to say, you need to check out Journal Plus.

Journal Plus is the online bonus magazine to the Journal, and for this month only, anyone can read the November issue of Journal Plus. That’s right: the November issue of Journal Plus is free.

The Journal just has too many stories and photos to fit in our print magazine, so several months ago, we created Journal Plus – a bonus magazine, free to Journal subscribers.

In November, the Journal wants to give every American Quarter Horse lover the chance to read this great magazine.

The brilliant thing about Journal Plus is that you can read it anywhere. While you’re waiting for the drag to finish during the junior reining prelims at the AQHA World Championship Show, pull Journal Plus up on your smartphone.

In the November issue of Journal Plus, we’re featuring an archive of AQHA world championships that include:

  • Past Farnam Superhorses
  • Past Farnam All-Around Amateurs
  • Past open world champions
  • Past amateur world champions

Read the November 2011 issue of Journal Plus for FREE!

  • All-time leading sires of AQHA world champions
  • All-time leading dams of AQHA world champions
  • Leading breeders of AQHA world champions
  • Fastest individual times in World Show competition
  • World championships by horse
  • World championships by owner and exhibitor

Sheza Telusive Kid is the all-time leading dam of AQHA world champions, but do you know who the all-time leading sire is? Here’s a hint: He has produced 67 AQHA world champions that have earned a combined 92 world championships.

You can find the answer, plus more AQHA World Championship Show trivia in the free November issue of Journal Plus.