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Memorial Day: AQHA Heritage and Pride

The American Quarter Horse spans the globe, but the home of the red white and blue is where the roots of America’s Horse run deep.

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AQHA is proud to serve international members while celebrating the uniquely American roots of the American Quarter Horse.

AQHA is proud to be an international association that unites people from across the world with a common interest in the American Quarter Horse. American Quarter Horses call different corners of the globe their home, but their heritage lies in America.

Memorial Day is an opportunity to celebrate those who have served the United States of America and those who have paid the ultimate price for their service. In remembrance of the heritage and history of our country, we would like to share a collage of the American Quarter Horse carrying the colors of America and honor the memories of those who have served. Photos were taken by The American Quarter Horse Journal.

 

Lauren Underwood carries the U.S. Flag through fences during the opening ceremonies of the 2009 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show.

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Countries united during the 2010 Region 1 Championships in Langley, British Columbia, as the Canadian and American flags are presented.

Small flags are passed out in tribute to American troops at the 2009 QuarterFest. The flags were waved proudly as the Sons of Tennessee sang the national anthem.

Todd Waldera from Taylor, Wisconsin and Lukes Dun Cyclone demonstrate a proper flag run at a 2011 show.

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Team USA rider Alison Ceresani won gold medals in hunt seat equitation and hunter under saddle aboard How Slow Can You Glo at the 2010 AQHYA Youth World Cup. Teammate Leah Thomas holds the American flag during the United States' national anthem.

Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association member Annie Ellett, aka "Outlaw Annie," carries the flag for the opening of the evening finals at the 2009 CMSA Finals.

Jillian Albrecht, Little Miss Rodeo Missouri, with her American Quarter Horse gelding, Amys Reflection, aka “Cheater,” proudly presenting the American flag at the 2017 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show.

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AQHA is proud to serve international members while celebrating the uniquely American roots of the American Quarter Horse.