Amid the COVID-19 national emergency was this piece of news announced by the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA). Stallion Bet Hesa Cat is the organization’s newest Million Dollar Sire. The 2006 red roan stallion, who is owned by the Bet Hesa Cat Syndicate and stands at the 6666 Ranch in Guthrie, Texas, has sired […]
The American Paint Horse Association is seeking nominations for this year’s APHA Distinguished Service Award.
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The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Foundation has launched a new digital scholarship portal. This portal will offer greater accessibility to scholarship information and will be used for 2020 scholarship applications which opened April 1. These scholarships are open to current National Youth Cutting Horse Association (NYCHA) members in good standing. Capabilities of this new […]
The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has selected four members who have made “outstanding and unusual contributions” to the NCHA Members Hall of Fame. CW “Bubba” Cascio, Frank Merrill, Alice Walton and Bronc Willoughby are the newest members to join the exclusive assembly of the NCHA, each judged to have exemplified the requisite requirements. As […]
The last time we confronted a black swan event in terms of epidemic was more than 100 years ago, in 1918, with the deadly Spanish influenza. A report in the Fort Worth Star-Telegramsounded awfully familiar to the current events of COVID-19. “In answer to the Red Cross emergency call for aid in the Spanish influenza fight, […]
The AQHA is accepting nominations for an award the recognizes those who exemplify kindness and provide opportunities for young people to be involved with the American Quarter Horse.
Looking fresh horsey programming for the weekend? Quarter Horse News staff found you 5 horsey short documentary films to stream while you're hanging out at home
Features Gettin’ Personal With … Fred WinThis para-reiner and attorney proves the adage that the truth of life is never contained to labels. To him, disability wasn’t a definition, just a speed bump. By John Henry, Page 66 Planning for the Future Estate planning is challenging but vital for performance horse enthusiasts. By Morgan Nati, […]
Horse owners, trainers and industry players may benefit from several programs and services available to help Americans cope with the COVID-19 pandemic through the CARES Act.
The annual sale of 2-year-olds trained by students at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF) will be held online in early April. Officials were forced to suspend the colt-training course and move the UWRF Colt Sale up a month and online due to COVID-19.