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American Quarter Horse Hall of Famers Corona Chick and Azure Te (TB) are featured this week on AQHA’s YouTube channel.

The AQHA YouTube channel includes videos from all segments of the equine industry.

This week’s videos on AQHA’s YouTube channel features American Quarter Horse Hall of Famers Corona Chick and Azure Te (TB).
 
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.

Corona Chick
Corona Chick was one of the greatest racing distaffers and broodmares to ever rule the track. Sired by Chicks Beduino and out of Sizzling Lil, the dark-brown mare earned more than $500,000 and three racing champion awards. However, Corona Chick was hard to handle at first – throwing her riders time and time again. Learn more about this American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductee and her line of fashionably royal heirs.

Azure Te (TB)
The American Quarter Horse owes a lot to the Thoroughbred, Azure Te. In the vernacular of old-school horsemen, he was the “right-kind” of Thoroughbred whose blood improved the American Quarter Horse. By the time of his death in 1983, Azure Te was the all-time leading Thoroughbred sire of racing American Quarter Horses, a title he had held for nearly a decade, and sons and daughters already were carrying his abilities to further generations. Learn how Azure Te earned his way into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame.

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