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2018 AQHA Annual Report

From The American Quarter Horse Association The American Quarter Horse Association has released the 2018 AQHA Annual Report, which is available to download at www.aqha.com/annualreport.  The annual report contains complete statistics for AQHA membership, horse registrations and transfers, show and race statistics, and more. “AQHA’s annual report dives into the Association’s functions, goals and how […]

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AQHA Awards Celebration

From The American Quarter Horse Association The annual American Quarter Horse Association Awards Celebration is slated for Sunday, November 17, at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City in conjunction with the 2019 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show also in Oklahoma City. The AQHA Awards Celebration honors the 2018 open, amateur […]

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March Online Auction – Still Taking Entries

“The two March Internet auctions include the Spring Reiner & Cow Horse INTERNET Auction, for Reining, Cutting, Cow Horse and Ranch event horses, and the March INTERNET Auction, where we can market Pleasure, Halter, All Around and Barrel Horses, as well as recreational horses.  These auctions will feature Quarter horses, Paints, and Appaloosas of all […]

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2019-2020 AQHA Executive Committee Announced

The 2019-2020 American Quarter Horse Association Executive Committee was elected at the 2019 AQHA Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. Though AQHA operates primarily upon the decisions of its members through the board of directors, the five-person Executive Committee is responsible for implementing important decisions and governing AQHA between the annual meetings of the membership and […]

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2019 American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame Inductees

The 2019 American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductees were honored at the Hall of Fame Banquet on March 10 at the Omni Hotel in Fort Worth, Texas. “Induction into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame is the highest honor possible in our Association, and we welcome these deserving individuals into the Hall of […]

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AQHA Microchip Pilot Project

AQHA launches pilot project, beginning with education about the benefits of microchipping. Regardless of where you live or what you do with your American Quarter Horse, the advantages to implanting a microchip in your horse are readily seen. Now you have the opportunity to learn more about microchipping, get your horse microchipped and have that […]

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2019 Congress Futurities & Sweepstakes Entry Information Now Available

Nominations for Congress Futurities and Sweepstakes are due on April 1st of each year, followed by sustaining payments due June 1st and final payments due August 1st. The Congress Futurity and Stakes classes will now be open to the following breeds/registries: American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), American Paint Horse Association (APHA), Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC), American […]

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Horse Shows Just Took Several Strides Forward with New Addition to The FastShow Apps

Scottsdale, AZ, March 7, 2019 – FunnWare Development has been disrupting the equestrian horse show industry with mobile apps for over 5 years. The software company’s original show management app, Horse Show Tracker, revolutionized the way management teams reported judges scores, scheduled classes and conveyed information to exhibitors, spectators, and announcers. Committed to being the […]

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AQHA Launches Redesigned Website and Database

To assist members with the new services offered online, help videos are available on a variety of topics. Scroll down to access the tutorials. The American Quarter Horse Association is excited to announce that AQHA members and visitors will now enjoy a new website experience, backed by a brand-new AQHA database system. The AQHA website offers […]

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SOQHA’s Challenge Results and Slideshow

The Ohio Quarter Horse Association’s first show of the 2019 season is a wrap. The CHALLENGE was a great show. Despite the cold and a few snow flurries, they had record entries. The show offered a flat fee of $180 per horse and was run by An Equine Production. They also provided a Leveled 14-18 […]

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