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Watch videos on the 2014 AQHA-PRCA Horses of the Year, Hall of Famer Smart Little Lena and the “They Still Ride Good Horses.”
March 22, 2015
This week’s videos on AQHA’s YouTube channel feature the 2014 AQHA-Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Horses of the Year, American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Smart Little Lena and Jim Jennings, the author of “They Still Ride Good Horses.”
The AQHA YouTube channel includes videos from all segments of the equine industry produced to entertain and educate everyone from the professional horseman to the casual trail rider.
2014 AQHA-PRCA Horses of the Year
Meet the 2014 AQHA-PRCA Horse of the Year winners. Created in 1989, these awards honor the American Quarter Horses in six categories – steer roping, heading, heeling, tie-down, steer wrestling and barrel racing. Learn more about these equine athletes on AQHA Horsepower, a feature on PRCA’s Wrangler Champions Challenge presented by Justin Boots, which aired on CBS Sports Network.
Smart Little Lena
When Smart Little Lena was foaled, his name came from his small size. The sorrel stallion never let his size stop him, though, as he claimed cutting’s triple crown. Dive into the story of this champion who was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2015.
They Still Ride Good Horses: A Chat with the Author
Author Jim Jennings discusses the making of AQHA's new book, "They Still Ride Good Horses." This beautiful coffee table book celebrates the last 25 years of AQHA’s history in celebration of AQHA’s 75th anniversary. The book is available at www.quarterhorseoutfitters.com.
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