The AQHYA is the largest single-breed youth association in the world, providing programs to encourage participation in American Quarter Horse activities. Started in Texas in 1970 with 3,000 members, today the AQHYA has more than 30,000 members from the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia and South America.
American Paint Horse Association Turns Fabulous 50
January 11, 2012--The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) officially turns 50 years old on February 16, 2012, commemorating a breed association that has registered more than one million horses.
American Quarter Horse Foundation Receives Record $3 Million Gift
April 13, 2010--The American Quarter Horse Foundation announced during the 2010 Convention it had received an unprecedented gift of $3 million to the Foundation?s operating endowment from Hall of Fame member Anne Marion and The Burnett Foundation.
The American Trakehner Association Member Receives 2009 Barton Trophy
Merit Award Winners Recognized by the American Trakehner Association
American Shetland Pony Club/American Miniature Horse Registry Youth Program Gears up for 2012
January 18, 2012--The committee offers activities for youngsters interested in American Shetlands, American Miniature Horses and American Show Ponies.