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New exhibit at American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum highlighting artist Samantha Sherry.
Chief Foundation Officer Dr. Anna Morrison presents the 2019 American Quarter Horse Foundation report as part of a series of presentations that will be shared with members due to the cancellation...
Dr. Glenn Blodgett has been selected to join the individuals and horses who will be inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame at the 2021 AQHA Convention in San Antonio.
Robin Merrill reappointed to serve on the 2020-21 American Quarter Horse Foundation Board of Trustees.
Hubbard’s career in horse racing began in the 1960s when he became a partner in Ruidoso Downs. He helped create the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, and as a member of NTRA’s board of...
Read up on Hall of Fame inductee R.A. Brown.
Learn about Hall of Fame inductee R. A. "Rob" Brown, Jr.
A supporter of youth programs, Orville Burtis was instrumental in the formation of the American Junior Quarter Horse Association, now known as the American Quarter Horse Youth Association. .
Learn more about Hall of Fame inductee Marvin Barnes.
Breeding’s love affair with Quarter Horses did not begin until he was almost 40.
Diamonds Sparkle not only glittered in the arena, but her get have lit up the boards in reining and other events for more than a decade.
Elected as AQHA President in 1969, Berwick was successful in the creation of the American Junior Quarter Horse Association.
He received the name "Mr. All American" when he trained the winning horses of a record eight All American Futurities.
Dashingly lived up to the promise, breaking her maiden on her first outing May 27, 1981, at Los Alamitos, and she went on to accrue a lifetime record of 18 wins in 25 starts, with career earnings...
Learn about Hall of Fame inductee J. Ernest Browning.
Before serving on the AQHA Executive Committee, Blondin served as the youth adviser for the Louisiana Quarter Horse Association in the mid-1980s.
Stretch was one of the founding members of the National Reining Horse Association.
On the Bradbury Land and Cattle Co. ranch, Tom and his family put together an elite band of broodmares and bred and raised some of the finest and fastest Quarter Horses in the nation.
Chicks Beduino lit up the score board in 1986 with his win in the Grade 1 Bay Meadows Futurity.
Learn more about Hall of Fame inductee Ed Allred.