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American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame Class of 2020

Six horses and four AQHA members have been selected for induction into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2020. Induction into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame is the highest industry honor that can be bestowed upon a human or equine. Those chosen for induction are recognized for their lifetime of accomplishments […]

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Trendsetter Performance Horses Hiring Assistant Trainer

Kellie Egkan-Hinely of Trendsetter Performance Horses is currently looking for an assistant trainer. She specializes in all-around events at her facility located in Chino Hills, California. Duties would include riding, longing, grooming, hauling and general care. Depending on skill level, there would be an opportunity to show. Hinely is looking for someone who is honest, self-motivated […]

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CJ Camenzind Funeral Arrangements Announced

Carl Joseph Camenzind was born on January 23, 1985 in Blair, Nebraska to Larry and Debra (Bell) Camenzind. He grew up in Valley, Nebraska where he attended grade school and graduated from Valley High School in 2003. As a young boy, CJ enjoyed hunting and fishing, farming, showing Quarter Horses and being around his dad’s […]

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2019 AQHA Open World Show Schedule Online Now

The Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show returns to State Fair Park in Oklahoma City November 7-23. Owners, exhibitors and fans can view the 2019 tentative schedule, which is now available online under the schedule tab at www.aqha.com/worldshow. Member feedback aided the AQHA Show Department in crafting the 2019 Lucas Oil World tentative schedule. The […]

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Mississippi QH Youth Give Back to Wounded Veterans

JACKSON, MS. – May 3, 2019 – Mississippi Quarter Horse Youth Association hosted 16 wounded veterans from all over the country to Jackson Mississippi, and introduced them to horsemanship skills, roping and sorting in a very short 4-day period. It’s part of the Semper Fi Fund\Jinx McCain Horsemanship program and is dubbed “Dixie Challenge.” Brooks […]

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Halter Icon Kenny Mills Passes – Funeral Arrangements Announced

Halter Icon, Kenny Mills, age 80, passed away on April 28, 2019, due to complications of Pulmonary Fibrosis. Besides being successful and well regarded in the business world, Mills was an enthusiastic horseman and one of the premier breeders of American Quarter Horses for over 20 years. He showed in halter classes at countless Quarter […]

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North Farm Searching for Reliable Assistant

“I know finding good help is more illusive than finding a pot of gold but I’m going to give it a try!” says Debbi Trubee, who owns and runs North Farm along with Roger Landis in North Lawrence, Ohio. They are looking for a motivated individual for full-time employment. Competitive salary and housing available. “If […]

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Kimes Ranch Semi-Annual Weekend Sale

One Sale You Don’t Want To Miss! Finding a deal on Kimes Ranch is a rare occurrence. SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Get ready to shop! Kimes Ranch is holding its Semi-Annual Sale this weekend, April 26-28.  Rarely discounted, Kimes will be offering amazing deals on Men’s and Women’s jeans, tees and other apparel. It’s a great […]

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2019 All American Quarter Horse Congress Judges Announced

The judges for the 2019 All American Quarter Horse Congress: Nancy Alto-Renfro Ben Balow Jon Barry Patty Campbell Butch Campbell Kelly Boles Chapman Brian Dygert Clint Fullerton Karen Graham Mike Hawkins Jan Hoskin-Hay Suzy Jeane Jackie Krshka Clay MacLeod Chele McGauly Scott Neuman Jeffrey Petska Charles Smith Ron Stratton Sandra Vaughn Guy Vernon Kendra Weis Carla […]

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AQHA West Level 1 Championships Rescheduled

The 2019 AQHA West Level 1 Championships is rescheduled for September 25-29 in Las Vegas at the South Point Arena & Equestrian Center. “Many thanks to the Poker Rodeo Association Finals and Ranch Sorting of America, who agreed to move their event to April 23-25, 2020, so that we could reschedule the West Level 1,” said […]

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