A series of clinics designed to enable international Quarter Horse owners educational opportunities in spite of travel restrictions will continue to be available online through the AQHA.
The 2021-2022 American Quarter Horse Association Executive Committee was elected at the 2021 AQHA Convention in San Antonio.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation and American Quarter Horse Youth Association are offering a free online educational resource for youth.
Rockin KW and California trainer Dylan Meyer were rockin’ at the American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show in Oklahoma City. They scored a 225.5 to move to the No. 1 position in the Junior Cutting Level 3 finals on Sunday evening. On Monday morning, the 5-year-old mare, bred by Circle Y Ranch and owned […]
The Fort Worth City Council has agreed to allow a section of land at the Will Rogers Memorial Center to be developed for a possible location for the AQHA headquarters and museum.
Several outstanding American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) members received scholarships in July during the Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar in Amarillo, Texas
Young riders who received information saying they qualified for the Built Ford Tough American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) World Championship Show may need to contact their state affiliates. The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) said packets of information about the annual event, to be held Aug. 1-10, were recently sent to potential qualifiers. The packets […]
More than 3,600 registration applications caught in a backlog at the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) may soon be processed and shipped back to the senders, the registry said. The pending horse registrations, which Quarter Horse News (QHN) was told last week were completed but being proofed for accuracy, are among a slew of pending […]
When it comes to naming horses, there’s a fine line between a clever name that’s a humorous play on words and one that crosses the boundaries of good taste. Owners want something that’s unique, but they also need to get it approved by the appropriate breed registry.
“Key industry stakeholders” supportive of moving the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) headquarters to Fort Worth, Texas, have been raising money for a possible relocation, the association recently announced.