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Invitation Only Named New AQHA # 1 All-Time Leading Sire

AQHA Publicity The American Quarter Horse Association is excited to share a pivotal moment in American Quarter Horse history. Invitation Only was named the No. 1 all-time leading sire of AQHA points earned by offspring on October 14, 2014. Since 1996, American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame stallion Zippo Pine Bar held the No. 1 […]

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AQHA English Stirrup Rule Clarification For 2015

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AQHA English Stirrup Rule Clarification For 2015

“The Show Council believes that AQHA judges are qualified to evaluate and judge the rider’s position,” said AQHA Executive Director of Shows and Judges Pete Kyle. “Whether the rider is using silver or black stirrups should not affect the judging of the class.”

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All American Quarter Horse Congress 2014- A Week in Pictures
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2014 Quarter Horse Congress “Virtual” Trade Show Tour

Just in case you were wondering, the Quarter Horse Congress provides more than 250 commercial exhibit spaces in a seven-acre indoor shopping area. That’s not to mention the additional outdoors spaces and those north of 17th avenue.

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The 2014 Breeders’ Halter Futurity – The Future Has Arrived

Sometimes in the midst of adversity and uncertainty comes a point of light shining brightly – a glow that illuminates the pathway to follow. The beacon that has been steadily growing more vibrant for the halter horse industry is the Breeders’ Halter Futurity in Des Moines, Iowa, an event that began in 2011 as the brainchild of a group of ten stallion owners. The owners wanted to create more interest in the halter industry by bringing back the middle market with a focus on the amateur competitor.

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Gil Galyean and Rewind And Repeat Win Junior Western Pleasure at 2014 QH Congress

“I just love the way he lopes. He glides across the ground and has a beautiful top line and beautiful presence to him. He lopes how I truly believe a winning horse should lope.”

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Erin Nicole Mask and Only Because I’m Good Win Youth 12-14 Western Pleasure

At almost the exactly same time Mask was winning her class in the Celeste Arena, her mother, Angie Watts Schmeck, was over in the Coliseum showing her halter horse, Done With A Clu, to a Congress Championship in Amateur Performance Halter Geldings. Schmeck proudly tells us that her daughter is a third generation equestrienne.

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Bailey Anderson and Zippos Kat Man Do Score 232.5 to Win Youth 15-18 Trail

It was another high scoring day in the Trail pen at the 2014 All American Quarter Horse Congress. The top five competitors in the Youth 15-18 Trail were separated by a margin of six points, and the top three all scored over 230.

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Sharese Rivait and Show Your Invitation Score 226 to Win Youth 12-14 Trail

Sharese Rivait and her 14-year-old gelding, “Ross,” scored a 226 to win Youth 12-14 Trail this morning at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. The scores for the top five competitors were extremely close, separated by a spread of two points.

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Frank Berris and Its Gameday Win Amateur 2-Year-Old Geldings at 2014 QH Congress

What does it feel like to compete with a horse that has never lost before in Open competition? We’re sure Frank Berris was feeling an equal mixture of both pride and pressure when he entered the pen this morning with his 2-year-old, bay gelding It’s Gameday.

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