Officials say the total payout in reining classes at the 2021 All American Quarter Horse Congress will receive a boost.
A new contest run by the organizers of All American Quarter Horse Congress will award $1,000 daily to trainers nominated by their clients.
The All-American Quarter Horse Congress Super Sale will move online this year due to the horse show's cancellation. Last year, a reining-bred ranch riding horse was one of the top sellers.
This year’s All American Quarter Horse Congress will offer nearly two dozen new classes -- including new divisions of its reining futurity and stakes -- this fall in Ohio.
Hollys Hijacker and Franco Bertolani of Aubrey, Texas, won their second reining Futurity Open title of the year at the All American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio, with an impressive 226.5. In July, the pair won the Futurity Level 4 Open and the Stallion Stakes Level 4 Open championships at the Rocky Mountain Reining […]
Winning at the All American Quarter Horse Congress was an emotional experience for Kelsey Price, who rode Seven On Seven to the Congress Level 4 Non-Pro Stakes Championship in Columbus, Ohio, with a 222 score. The daughter of horse trainers, who has ridden horses since she could walk, first competed at Congress in 1998. Through […]
Horses from counties where vesicular stomatitis (VSV) has been found may now be able to enter the state of Ohio for next month's All American Quarter Horse Congress. The change comes from new rules announced this week.
Horses from counties with positive cases of Vesicular Stomatitis (VSV) — including several with a large number of Western performance horses — will not be allowed to compete at next month's All American Quarter Horse Congress in Ohio, officials say.
It was the first trip to the All American Quarter Horse Congress for reining Futurity Level 2 Open Champion Francesco Martinotti, and it won’t be his last. Martinotti rode MMB Spook Gotta Girl (Spooks Gotta Whiz x Coronas Major x Major Vaquero), a mare bred by Luiz Fernando Simas, of Brazil, and owned by Giovanni […]
The third time was the charm for Gabriel Diano, of Purcell, Oklahoma, who won his first Congress championship title this year after having competed three times – in 2014, 2017 and 2018 – at the prestigious Ohio show. Diano rode Renda Gunna Shine (by Gunnatrashya), a stallion owned by Maria Buey Arietti from the South […]