The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum will remain closed into 2021 due to the impacts of the coronavirus and COVID-19, officials say.
The American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame – home to many a great Western performance champion – is seeking nominations for its newest class of inductees.
National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) officials, dignitaries, fans and even a couple of Hollywood celebrities assembled inside Fort Worth’s brand-new Dickies Arena on Wednesday evening for the unveiling of a Kelly Graham-commissioned statue of a cutting horse icon. Those on hand to honor Buster Welch applauded enthusiastically as Graham and others pulled the curtain on […]
When rancher E. Paul Waggoner died in 1967, he left instructions in his will that directed his heirs on burial arrangements for American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Poco Bueno. When that time came, in 1969, Waggoner’s estate complied with that request and set “Pokie” at rest in a plot just south of Vernon, Texas, […]
Hans Hansma was a man who really liked horses.
Champion cutter, reiner and standout sire Smart Chic Olena was hailed for his versatility and trainability during the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Hall of Fame ceremony held recently in Jacksonville, Florida.
On the evening of March 10, 2013, five men and five horses were inducted into American Quarter Horse Association’s (AQHA) Hall of Fame. This writer was one of the fortunate five who received admission through those hallowed arches, and I must admit, it was a night I will remember for the rest of my life!