Exhibits and Events







"READY & FORWARD!"

With this motto, the Buffalo Soldiers and their equine partners marched into the unsettled American West with courage, valor and patriotism.  Both soldier and horse ready and willing to sacrifice their life for the country we know and love today.  See the story of the Buffalo Soldier's partnership with the American Quarter Horse unfold today.  The Buffalo Soldier: An American Horseman will be on exhibit at the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum February 18 through April 30, 2014.  Click here to learn about other events linked to this exhibit.

  *Photo on home page courtesy of Fort Huachuca Museum.





To honor the contributions that ranch horses have made to the heritage of the American Quarter Horse, the American Quarter Horse Association and Zoetis present the Best Remuda Award, which recognizes outstanding performance by a working ranch remuda.  The award began in 1992 and has since recognized more than 20 outstanding ranches for their efforts in raising American Quarter Horses, an important tool of their trade.

For more information about the Best Remuda and this year's winner, please click here.






The Museum hosts an annual America's Horse in Art Show & Sale. The show's free opening and reception event are held in August. Several renowned Artists are invited to participate in the show to present new paintings, drawings and sculptures in the Scharbauer Gallery. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the art go to the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum. The 2013 America's Horse in Art opening and reception was held August 17, 2013 and will be available to view in the museum through November 15. 

Please visit America's Horse in Art Show & Sale page to view artwork still available for sale!




The Youth Art Show is an opportunity for students in high school, junior high and middle school within the Region 16 area to participate in an educational and artistic challenge capturing the spirit of the American Quarter Horse and the role he played in creating our nation.  Students' artwork must address a particular theme (assigned by our manager of community outreach) and required to write a one paragraph explanation of their work on how it relates to their chosen theme.  A reception is held for the winners of the Youth Art Show to present each placement with a prize and/or award.  The Youth Art Show will be available for viewing December through mid-January.