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A Glimpse Into the World of Your American Quarter Horse

Watch as the American Quarter Horse Foundation shares the views of an American Quarter Horse.

The American Quarter Horse Association
March 21, 2014

Horse's Eyes Video

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This week’s videos on AQHA’s YouTube channel include a video from the American Quarter Horse Foundation; interviews with Road to the Horse Wild Card competitors including Road to the Horse winner Jim Anderson; and a chance to meet two of this year’s American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductees.

The AQHA Video channel on YouTube includes a variety of videos from all segments of the equine industry that anyone from the professional horseman to the casual trail rider will find interesting, entertaining and educational.

Through the eyes of your American Quarter Horse
Ever wonder how your American Quarter Horse sees you? The American Quarter Horse Foundation gives you a glimpse into the world of your horse. Learn more at www.aqha.com/foundation.

Road to the Horse – Wild Card Competitors
The Road to the Horse Wild Card competitors (including winner Jim Anderson) dish on their American Quarter Horses, bred and raised by the historic Four Sixes Ranch of Guthrie, Texas. The Wild Card competition is part of Road to the Horse International 2014,  held in Lexington, Kentucky.

Leo San
Before there were American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame stallions Peppy San and Mr San Peppy, there was their sire, Leo San. The 1949 stallion by Leo was an extremely influential sire. His foals won in the show ring, on the racetrack and in the cutting pen, and were shown in every AQHA event. He died in 1968, but more than 30 years later, Leo San was still among the top 10 paternal sires of AQHA horses. Leo San was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame this year.

Leroy Webb
American Quarter Horse breeder Leroy Webb grew up in the cow camps of New Mexico and West Texas before becoming a cowboy himself. A book by Davis L. Ford, “The Last Cowboy,” documents Webb’s life, which includes training and showing many AQHA high-point horses and world champions. Webb was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame this year.

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