Due to unexpected circumstances, Giorgia Medows was forced to pull from her third string to compete in horsemanship classes in preparation for the American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHyA) World Show. After having bad luck with her horsemanship horse, beloved gelding Wimpys Show Stopper was there, as always, waiting his turn. Wimpys Show Stopper is […]
Taylor Zimmerman, of Rogersville, Missouri, wasn’t leaving anything to chance on her quest to win a World championship. That determination helped the 17-year-old rider, who has lifetime reining earnings of $136,943, win the American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) Reining World Championship, as well as Reserve honors.
Winning an American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) World title is not an easy task, but winning back-to-back World titles is doubly hard. Newly crowned Level 3 Cutting World Champion Faith Farris, of Midway, Texas, is the second member of her family to win back-to-back AQHYA World titles, with her older brother, Kyle, having won […]
To honor the contributions ranch horses have made to the heritage of the American Quarter Horse, the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and AQHA Corporate Partner Zoetis are proud to announce Wagonhound Land & Livestock as the recipient of the 2018 Zoetis AQHA Best Remuda Award. The Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder is based in […]
The Adequan® Select World Championship Show is moving to Fort Worth, Texas.
When the Arizona Sun Circuit debuted on its March dates last year, the show was the largest it had ever been. Now that record has been smashed once again. The 2018 Sun Circuit celebrated its 45th anniversary March 3-11 by surpassing last year’s numbers by 10 percent. Over 19,000 class entries encompassed everything from jumping to […]
Though Luke Jones has won many awards since he began Jones Performances Horses back in 2002, winning the Iowa Quarter Horse Association-appointed American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Most Valuable Professional Horseman Award was an honor because of how he was selected for it.
It’s hard enough to claim a World Championship at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship Show, given the volume of tough competitors to perform in Oklahoma City. But attempting to clinch the same title two consecutive years is an even more daunting task.
Some of the cow horse industry’s leading professionals convened for the Senior Working Cow Horse finals at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship Show, and they certainly put on exciting performances.
The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA)/Lucas Oil World Championship Show kicked off on Nov. 2, and the cutting finals were the first to take place in Oklahoma City. In the Senior Cutting, it was Equi-Stat Elite $5 Million Rider Kobie Wood and his homebred Donas Suen Boon who went home with the title.