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My Trainer Says - Competition Attire
My Trainer Says - Competition Attire
My landing spot this weekend was a wonderful show where a lot of the riders were intermediates. They are just learning the ins and outs of showing and the camaraderie that goes with it. It is a blast watching these budding riders take to the hunter c...
By Cher Griffin
How to Cue for Lead Changes
How to Cue for Lead Changes
The lope or canter is a three-beat gait, and the two labels are roughly the same gait of different speeds. Western riders lope their horses slower than English riders canter. Whether loping or cantering, horses are on one lead or the other.  ...
By Tanya Buck
It's Ok To Be Afraid
It's Ok To Be Afraid
“I’m scared” I hear these words so often at my barn that I have developed a stable of answers, depending on the situation. But the one I go to the most is : “You can be scared”.   I am usually saying thi...
By Lia Sader
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Frequently asked questions
How can I ensure a Quarter Horse's pedigree and breed standards?
To ensure a Quarter Horse’s pedigree and breed standards, AQHA registration is required as it guarantees the horse abides by the Association’s breed standards and provides an official record of lineage and ownership history. AQHA registration is the only way to guarantee that a Quarter Horse is purebred and meets the breed standards set by the Association. It also provides an official record of the horse’s lineage and ownership history, which is important for breeders and owners alike.
What are some tips for inspecting and buying a Quarter Horse?
When inspecting and buying a Quarter Horse, consider its training level, soundness, temperament, conformation, feet, and make sure to get a pre-purchase exam by a reputable veterinarian.
How much does a quarter horse cost?
A Quarter horse can typically be found for anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000, although elite show horses and stallions may cost up to $100,000.
How tall is a quarter horse?
A Quarter Horse typically stands between 14.3 and 16 hands (56 to 64 inches) tall.