Even though your #AQHAfoal is up and at ’em, your horse-breeding adventures continue! Knowing how to take a foal's temperature is an imperative skill to have when assisting momma mare in raising her baby.
Do you have a #horse of a different color? #AQHA Equine Color Specialist Lisa Covey will be chatting live from 2:00-4:00pm central time on our Facebook page to answer all of your coat color genetics questions.
Register for 2017 #AQHA Convention and purchase your banquet tickets by January 31 to avoid late fees! While you're at it, book your hotel room prior to February 22 to receive a special rate. You don't want to miss one of the biggest events of the year!
#Horses can experience all kinds of problems with their hooves. Dr. Stephen O'Grady from the American Association of Equine Practitioners explains one common problem, quarter cracks, and how you can treat it.
The #AQHA is proud to partner with John Deere to help further the needs and dreams of our members! Thank you to 4 Rivers Equipment for being such a great advocate of this partnership and the American Quarter Horse.
While business is to be had and handled at the 2017 #AQHA Convention, the sights and sounds of this pinnacle event don't end there!
You'll have the opportunity to hear from Bank of America, AQHA Professional Horseman Al Dunning, Dr. Stephen A. Schumacher from the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas and much more!
American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum unveils its new exhibit “Nacidos Charros: Born Charro” on January 27.
The exhibit celebrates the history and culture surrounding the charro. In Mexico, to be a charro is to be known as a skilled horseman who proudly competes in la charreria. La charreria is the Mexican art of horse handling which is a deeply engrained part of the Mexican spirit.