AQHLearn

Grow your skills and test your horse knowledge through online education resources designed for youth ages 8 to 18. The educational materials will feature topics that pertain to all aspects of horses, including horse health, history and basic knowledge. These industry-leading resources will help grow our youth’s knowledge as they grow into future leaders.

A girl in a pink shirt and cowboy hat is kneeling down looking up at a sorrel horse. (Credit: AQHA)

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The American Quarter Horse Foundation and American Quarter Horse Youth Association partnered to launch AQHLearn, hosting free online education resources designed for youth ages 8 to 18.  The program can be found online at www.aqhlearn.com.

AQHLearn has been developed to provide free resources for youth to learn more about horses from the comfort of their own home, anywhere in the world.  The knowledge and resources from this program will allow youth to grow as horse enthusiasts and young equine leaders without horse ownership or previous experience being a barrier to participation.

The educational materials will feature topics that pertain to all aspects of horses, including horse health, history and basic knowledge. These topics will have materials for beginner, intermediate and advanced learning levels to allow all different ages to gain the most knowledge from these resources.  Youth have the opportunity to brush up on their skills by taking quizzes at the end of each section to earn courses completion certificates.

AQHF and AQHYA are committed to fostering youth and their education through free and accessible online educational resources.  These industry-leading resources will help grow our youth’s knowledge as they grow into future leaders.