Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
Alberta's Best by Maggie Glynn-Jensen
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An incredible reflection on the Quarter Horse industry from Alberta Canada. Read stories about the Calgary Spring Horse Sale, Royal Burrows, Cammie Harke, Sonny Pot, Lucky Five, horse trainer, broodmares, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Association, Sissy Hartley, Doris Heintz, Shock Em, and AQHA High Point Western Riding Horse of the Nation, plus so much more! 

180 pages of in-depth personal interviews with Alberta's leading Quarter Horse people. 

 

Written by Maggie Glynn-Jensen

Maggie came to Alberta from Vancouver Island in 1983 to study Reining. After just one summer she decided this was this was the place for her and returned to her boarding and training facility in Courtenay BC just long enough to get her affairs in order and return permanently to Alberta.

She begun training and showing in mostly Quarter Horse and has shown successfully in many events. She holds an ApHCC Canadian National Championship in both barrel Racing and Trail and won the 1990 QHAA Reserve Senior Reining Championship. 

Maggie married Dallas Jensen of Standard, Alberta in 1991 and together they grain farm and raise purebred Red Angus Cattle. She has since been able to concentrate more on her own breeding program, leaning heavily toward foundation-bred Quarter Horses. She contines to ride Reining and Cow Horse after taking two years off to start a family. With her infant son, Abe, at her side she returned to the show pen in 1995 to win the ARCHA $3000 Limited Reining Championship both Year-End and Finals. 

Maggie has always appreciated the talent and scope of the Quarter Horse industry in Alberta and because of her association in the industry she brings you, as no one else can, the biographies collected in this work. 

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