Meet the AQHA Racing Champions
Watch interviews with the 2013 AQHA racing champions , and find out who took home the coveted title of world champion racing American Quarter Horse.
January 23, 2014
The American Quarter Horse Association
This week’s videos on AQHA’s YouTube channel include highlights from the 2013 AQHA Racing Champions Awards ceremony, a demonstration of how an MRI is used for horses, plus fundamentals of horsemanship.
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.
2013 AQHA Racing Champions
American Quarter Horse racing honors its own each January with the AQHA Racing Champions Awards ceremony. Meet the nominees, hear their incredible race stats and find out who took home the title of champion January 22, 2014, at Heritage Place in Oklahoma City.
MRIs for Horses
Learn how an MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, is used to diagnose lameness and other conditions in horses at Washington State University.
Fundamentals of Horsemanship - The Backup
AQHA teamed up with La Cense Montana to develop AQHA's “Fundamentals of Horsemanship,” a comprehensive guide that helps you improve your relationship with your horse. This lesson demonstrates how to teach your horse to respond to light pressure on the halter to back up. Since horses instinctively oppose pressure, there are other positives from this exercise including respect, control and safety.
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