American Texas horsewoman Robin Merrill has been reappointed to the American Quarter Horse Foundation Board of Trustees Robin Merrill
Robin Merrill was recently announced as being reappointed to the American Texas horsewoman Robin Merrill has been reappointed to the American Quarter Horse Foundation Board of Trustees. • Photo courtesy of AQHA.

Robin Merrill Appointed To American Quarter Horse Foundation Board

Texas horsewoman Robin Merrill has been reappointed to the American Quarter Horse Foundation Board of Trustees.
lenas-buddy-nic-jake-telford

APHA Chrome Cash Expands to NRCHA

The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) Chrome Cash has expanded to include events within the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA). According to the APHA, the incentive is a $2,000 added class-within-a-class structure that will take place at the NRCHA Derby and NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity “To be eligible, exhibitors must enter an Open, Non […]
Quarter Horse News magazine May 1 2020 cover snippet

May 1, 2020, Table of Contents — Quarter Horse News Magazine

Features The Virus Among UsCOVID-19 has turned the world upside down for Western performance horse industry members who are already navigating challenges caused by the virus. By John Henry, Page 32 Glide to the SideReining trainer Sean Johnson uses the half-pass to enhance his horses’ maneuvers. By Jennifer Denison, Page 38 Hindsight 20/20The NRCHA Stallion […]
doc-quixote-ad

From the Archives: Doc Quixote

A handsome, rich-colored sorrel, Doc Quixote turned heads wherever he went. 1973 National Cutting Horse Futurity (NCHA) Non-Pro Futurity Champion and Equi-Stat Elite $10 Million Sire are just a few highlights of Doc Quixote’s life.  Doc Quioxte’s Performance and Genetics Listed for sale as a Futurity prospect in 1973 for the alleged price of $12,000, Doc […]
Modern Gun and Andrea Fappani.

Reining By The Bay Cancels 2020 Show

The annual Reining By The Bay, conducted each July in Woodside, California, will not take place in 2020, event officials announced on Sunday, citing the ongoing issues surrounding the national health emergency.  “At the moment we do not know what the San Mateo County guidelines regarding COVID-19 and large gatherings will be like in July,” […]