Get ready for a fun-packed event offering valuable leadership skills, inspiring speakers and tons of fun July 11-13, 2017, in Amarillo.
The 2016 National Youth Racing Experience allows AQHYA members a first-hand glimpse into the American Quarter Horse racing industry.
The deadline for AQHYA members to earn scholarships by raising a weanling from an AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeder has been extended to October 15.
American Quarter Horse Youth Association members still have the opportunity to experience American Quarter Horse racing October 26-29 at the AQHYA National Racing Experience.
Meet the teams from around the world that brought home the gold in each event at the 2016 Youth World Cup in Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia.
New officers and directors for 2016-17 were named at the 2016 Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar in Amarillo
Here is the Journal's video of the Youth Excellence Seminar Day 2.
Here's the Journal's slideshow from the 2016 Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar in Amarillo.
AQHYA leaders ride into Washington for an educational and inspirational visit to the U.S. Capitol, sponsored by Farnam.
After 10 days of camaraderie and competition, top riders and teams are honored at the 2016 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation awarded the first AQHA Region 1 Quarter Horse Youth Scholarship.
See the ballot of 2016 AQHYA director candidates who will be elected at this year’s Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar July 12-14 in Amarillo.
Be sure to check off this list before heading to Amarillo July 12-14 for the 2016 Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar.
Two veterinary students awarded $75,000 scholarships by the American Quarter Horse Foundation.
Kelsey Stangebye is about to hit the international trail this summer for nine AQHA International Horsemanship Camps.
The American Quarter Horse Foundation Scholarship deadline is December 1, and it will be here before you know it.
Scholarship winner Kaitlyn Glass shares her experiences with Big Madam Playgun during the AQHA Ranching Heritage Young Horse Development Program.
Ryan learned to talk with Quarter Horses, and I learned to read with them and follow what makes me happy.
AQHYA Region 5 Director Sloane Vogt of Berlin, Pennsylvania, shares about her YES experience with AQHYA First Vice President McKenzie Merritt.
AQHYA member Maggie Cincotta shares the story of how she planted her own roots with the American Quarter Horse.
AQHYA Region 8 Director Alan Hinds of Lawrence, Kansas, shares his motivation to serve AQHYA in a leadership position with AQHYA First Vice President McKenzie Merritt.
AQHYA member Megan Marie D’Andrea shares her My Roots Run Deep story of how she made her dream of owning an American Quarter Horse a reality.
AQHYA Region 5 Director Kylie Good of East Berlin, Pennsylvania, shares her ambitions for the upcoming year with AQHYA First Vice President McKenzie Merritt.
AQHYA Region 5 Director Maura Hynes highlights her trip to Washington to advocate for the industry she loves.
The best horses will teach you when to hit the brakes, when to proceed with caution and when to go for it.
Your passion for horse showing can carry you farther than you ever imagined … You just have to let it.
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.