Show Your Support with a Specialty License Plate

Join the Texas drivers who support the American Quarter Horse Foundation with American Quarter Horse specialty license plates.

American Quarter Horse Association

These plates are the perfect way to show your love and support of America’s favorite equine breed.

Texas drivers have the opportunity to purchase an American Quarter Horse specialty license plate through the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. These plates are the perfect way to show your love and support of America’s favorite equine breed – the American Quarter Horse.

By purchasing an American Quarter Horse license plate, you will also be contributing to the American Quarter Horse Foundation. The Foundation’s mission is to connect horses and people through charitable giving in order to develop and support programs or initiatives that preserve our horse’s legacy and further the overall well-being of the American Quarter Horse and the people who comprise the Quarter Horse family. These programs include scholarships, equine-assisted activities and therapies, equine research, youth education and development, and the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum.

Go to the TxDMV website to purchase your plates today. Ordering is easy and allows you to order online or by mail. The license plates are $30 annually, plus the yearly registration fee. Your purchase results in a donation of $22 to support the Foundation’s programs. You can also personalize your plates for a one-time fee of $40.

Not a Texas resident, but still want to show your love and support for the American Quarter Horse? You can order American Quarter Horse souvenir plates. These plates are not street-legal but make perfect decorations, great souvenirs, gifts and prizes. The souvenir plates cost $20, plus an extra $20 to personalize them. The souvenir plate purchase results in a $10 donation to the Foundation and $20 if the plate is personalized.

To order your American Quarter Horse license plate, visit the TxDMV website.

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