Have a link in Racing section of AQHA Web site to check to see all nominated horses.
Please add five panel results to the AQHA member services database. This would eliminate all the phone calls you must be inundated with asking about five panel results. This should be able to be listed for free to us members, since it's free now, with a phone call.
Please, add a place to request rush service for new registrations and DNA testing when entered On-line.
When sending a previous owner transfer papers to sign, they can say that they sold the horse grade so that they do not have to transfer the horse. The papers should go with the horse. That is not fair to the horse or the new owner that they cannot have paper that are rightfully theirs. This is all so that breeders don't have their name tied to a horse. If the option was taken away then breeders would be more selective ...more »
I think it would be advantageous to both AQHA and their members if they made it so members could pay any owing balances online. It would be a lot easier to log onto our AQHA accounts and pay instead of calling or mailing payment.
Everytime a new member joins AQHA, they are sent an email welcoming them and offering them the AQHA state affiliate that is their connection to quick information about Quarter Horse activities in their state, meet Quarter Horse friends nearby and also to explain the AQHA - State Affiliate relationship.
The AQHA has recognized the United States Dressage Federation for dressage several years ago. The AQHA should do the same with the United States Eventing Association for three day eventing. This would enable the USEA to provide AQHA with points and/or money earnings on American Quarter Horses competing in eventing.
I think it would be great if while we were looking up records we have access to see if a horse has been 5 panel tested.
Reduce the judges to 4 and drop the low score. It will save time, money and we can keep our high scores! The winner will be the highest score instead of an average.
Saw this and went WHAT! By Edited Press Release Nov 22, 2016 Topics: Horse Industry News Print Email Favorite Share Newsletters Alaina Kringen, a fourth-year veterinary student at Iowa State University, will receive the $75,000 Coyote Rock Ranch Veterinary Scholarship from the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Foundation. Here is the link to the site showing the different scholarships https://www.aqha.com/foundation/pages/scholarship-application/ ...more »
Why not give subscribers the option of A) only receiving the digital version and then B) receiving the entire year on a digital volume (CD or DVD) mailed annually in December.
Please make it possible to change your vote in the instance that you accidentally hit the wrong direction.