Two veterinary students awarded $75,000 scholarships by the American Quarter Horse Foundation.
Registration is now open for the Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar, slated for July 12-14 in Amarillo.
Qualifying ends April 30 for the 2016 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show. These are three things youth exhibitors need to do first.
Thirteen teams will compete June 23 - July 3 at the 2016 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup in Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia.
The tentative schedule for the 2016 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show is available online.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation awards $327,250 to AQHA’s next generation of leaders.
The members of Team USA who will compete at the 2016 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup June 23 - July 3 in Tamworth, New South Wales, have been announced.
How a frightening day cemented a love for American Quarter Horses.
Heidi Davis' roots run deep because without horses, she has no idea what she would be doing.
AQHYA Region 7 Director Paul Parker shares why his roots run deep.
No matter your age or discipline, the Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar is a can’t-miss leadership opportunity for AQHYA members.
Youth officers and directors sat in on the Youth Activities Committee meeting to share their opinions on AQHYA issues.
It’s not too late to gain everything an AQHYA leadership position has to offer.
Thank your childhood trainer, not only for teaching you how to ride horses, but for helping mold you into the person you are today.
AQHYA President Ann Elizabeth Tebow reflects on the friendships, memories and valuable experiences gained from holding an AQHYA leadership position.