Please provide a resource or 'how to' article for those of us trying to haul horses between Canada and VS affected states - Arizona, Coloradeo
In October of 2014, my best friend, Tuffernhel Joc, aka Joc, was struck with Equine Recurrent Uveitis, or ERU for short. This crippling disease occurs when the immune system attacks the eye, causeing severe pain, cataracts, shrinking of the eye, and eventually, blindness. The disease is progressive, and occurs at random intervals, ranging from one week after the previous attack to a year. Joc suffered though the pain, ...more »
Every division of horse racing has its end of the year awards. Yet still the asst starters recieve no accolades for there contribution to racing. In quarter horse racing this position is ever so critical to the success of the trainer,rider,breeder and owner.. The value of some of these races exceeds the millions. A valet gets 10percent to simply saddle the horse yet in some states its considered bribary or unethical for ...more »
My suggestion is to run a story on past Youth exhibitors that are now successful professional adults about what lessons they learned showing horses that they now use in their professional careers. Also how showing horses made them who they are now. I would focus on people who have been out of youth at least 10 to 15 years. I think this story would be of interest to several people including parents of youth kids now. ...more »
AQHA should reg all solid color paint horses. If one parent is a registered Quarter Horse. They are reg all these paint horses with all kinds of white on the. It makes more sense to register solid paints
95% of mexican breeders don't understand english letters, so we need that AQHA send all the letters in spanish. Each year, only 5% (3500) of mexican owners do the transfer process (60,000), most of them don't change the transfer caused by the language.
We have been in business for over 50 years. We specialize in the all around horse. However, most of our horses sell to people who want a horse that they can ride for pleasure, and maybe take it to the local shows on week ends. THe journal is specializing in ranch horses...rope horses...cutting horses, etc. How many people can ride a rope horse? How many people can ride a cutting horse? In fact, a true ranch horse ...more »
I strongly feel that the stallions to be eligible for breeding and foals to be registered should under go an evaluation to be accepted as breeding stock. The American Quarter Horse is in dyer need to under go change. A chance to perfect it's stock and preserve the quarter horse. An effort to stop poor breeding choices and discourage and educate the members is being made. This needs to continue. Horses need to be registered, ...more »
I coach youth competitive judging and have had successful teams at local and national contests. I find that there is inconsistency between what I teach my students in order to be successful in competitive judging and what we hear from real world judges. For instance, a seminar was provided the day before the Congress judging contest last year and the speaker even asked, "Do you want me to do this from the judging contest ...more »
Since AQHA makes 5 panel genetic testing a requierment they should openly list all horses wich are not n/n on all 5 or just the opposite Only list all n/n on all 5 panel test so we can all make better breeding desiscions.
I would like AQHA to address some of the traditional health issues in AQHA horses. We had a AQHA mare with navicular disease in her front feet. She was much too young, at the age of 20, to be retired from riding. Our veterinarian said it may have been from the fact she had such small feet for a very big bodied horse. I would like AQHA to identify the bloodlines with navicular disease and request these mares and stallions ...more »
The Foundation Quarter Horse Registry (FQHR) requires it's horses to be registered with AQHA to be eligible for shows and membership. I would like to see some coverage of their shows and results in the publications and websites. Considering these horses are the definition of the traditional American Quarter Horse and the classes are representative of what Working Ranch Horses are used for. Please give it some consideration ...more »