The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) has changed its annual awards celebration due to the ongoing global pandemic.
Registration is now open for a show management workshop offered by the American Quarter Horse Association.
The American Quarter Horse Association announced it will add more age divisions to its popular ranch riding classes.
A Western performance horse breeder and owner from Texas was recently recognized by the American Quarter Horse Association as one of its two newest Ranching Heritage Breeders.
The AQHA announced it will postpone one of its World Championship shows this year.
Registrations are due this week for several out-of-the-arena contests at this year’s Built Ford Tough American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQHYA) World Championship Show.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation and American Quarter Horse Youth Association are offering a free online educational resource for youth.
The 2020 AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge Finals are once again on the show schedule. This time, they have a new date and location.
The Youth Activities Scholarship will be award to an AQHYA member who is competing at this year's Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show.
Julie Jarma is a brand-new resident of Ardmore, Oklahoma, and this week gave herself a nice housewarming gift in the form of a non-pro championship. Jarma and Blackish vanquished all comers in the 5/6 Year Old Non-Pro class at The Non-Pro plus The Open at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum, not far from home, with a […]