Following Up with Kit

Watch the latest installment of My Days with Kit

The American Quarter Horse Association

This week’s videos on AQHA’s YouTube channel include an update on AQHA Ranching Heritage Young Horse Development Program participant Renee and her filly TRR A Stylish Kit; demonstrations of different rein holds and tips for winterizing your horse.  

The AQHA 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.

My Days With Kit – Paperwork
What have Renee Pope and TRR A Stylish Kit, aka “Kit,” been up to lately? It’s time to take a look at the paperwork that’s a part of the AQHA Ranching Heritage Young Horse Development Program. Though not as exciting as training Kit, Renee adds a creative touch to her reports.

Rein Holds
AQHA Alliance Partner Certified Horsemanship Association explains the different riding rein holds – romel rein hold, split rein hold, trainers hold and direct rein hold. Learn the uses of each and which ones may work best for you. Find out more about the Certified Horsemanship Association at

Winterizing your Horse
The seasons are changing and that means preparing your horse for cooler weather. Dr. Matt Randall explains how body condition, parasite control, vaccinations and shelter go hand-in-hand in the winterization of your horse.

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