The 2016 racing year is now in the books and the Champions have been named. Now it is on to 2017 to see if Jessies First Down will continue his assault on the 440-yard races with the goal to retain his World Championship. It also gives us a chance to see more of those races against Zoomin Effortlessly as the saga of Jessies First Down continues.
After a ruling in March by the Los Angeles County Superior Court—which forced the CHRB to set aside its approval of Los Alamitos Race Course's "house rules" banning the use of Clenbuterol, Albuterol, Zilpaterol, and Ractopamine for Quarter Horses races—the CHRB took an emergency action in the spring of 2016 to allow Los Alamitos to continue that practice.
The 2016 Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing Association Champion Banquet took place on February 18 at the Grand Casino in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Photos are by: Susan Bachelor
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Hosted by the Oklahoma QHRA, the meeting covered several topics. The Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing Association organized a medication meeting, which was held on Friday at Heritage Place.
Formed in 1982, the nonprofit foundation helps children in crisis with a mission to hinder the rising tide of child abuse, neglect, abandonment and death
The 38th Annual Heritage Place Winter Mixed Sale kicked off with the much-anticipated annual Pre-Sale Party hosted by Heritage Place. The 2016 AQHA Champion announcements began at 6:00 p.m. and included a webcast for those who could not attend.
If you have been around quarter horse racing for any length of time and you hear the name Allred Brothers you automatically think of successful Quarter Horse racing. The Allred Brothers—Harvey, Dale and Jerry, now all deceased—parlayed their 50-plus years of racehorse breeding and racing into an induction to the AQHA Hall of Fame because of their success in this endeavor.
Research continues to discover more about ways to keep older horses healthy, and we’ve learned a lot about geriatric horse care in the past several decades. Fifty years ago, most horsemen considered a horse “old” by age twenty, but today we often see horses continuing athletic careers into their late twenties and enjoying retirement in their thirties. Longevity is partly genetic (just as in humans), but also partly due to good care.
2017 Oklahoma Quarter Horse Hall of Fame Inductees
January 13, 2017
Embassy Suites, Oklahoma City, OK
The study of the tail female line is an ongoing part of pedigree research. The tail female line is that bottom line on a bracket pedigree. It starts with the horse’s dam and flows along that bottom line ending with the taproot mare, which is the foundation of that tail female line.
All horses are stressed by travel, especially if it involves a long time in transport, but some are stressed more than others. The circumstances of shipping may make a difference in the level of stress.
It was certainly their turn to achieve the All American dream, and they made the most of their opportunity, fulfilling their destiny to win this race
One of the common pedigree patterns we see in our horses is what can be stated in simple terms as “Returning the blood.” Returning the blood is based on breeding mares to a stallion that carry the blood of the stallion’s dam.
Fire Water Flit took his famous bloodlines with his limited show record and proved that he was a great sire.
A win in the All American Futurity has a sweetness that is only savored by a few people. You might say it is the sweetest candy you can enjoy as a winner, allowing you to join this elite club. It becomes even sweeter when the winner is a homebred. So, when Jess Good Candy, the 2015 All American Futurity-G1 winner, crossed the finish line, he brought a special sweetness to the family of his breeder, the late Carl C. Pevehouse.
Cue the racetrack outriders: It’s their job to prevent all the wrecks that they can and to minimize those that they can’t.
The show must go on, but not without outriders and pony horses. It’s the job of the pony horses, outriding horses and their riders to get the race horses on and off the track with as little risk and limited danger as possible.
Day two of the 12th Annual Los Alamitos Equine Sale began promptly at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, October 4 with hip numbers 162 through 322. Sales were up for the day compared to day one’s totals.
Day one of the 12th Annual Los Alamitos Equine Sale, the west coast's premier sale of Quarter Horse Yearlings & Mixed Stock, kicked off Saturday at 10:00 a.m. with auctioneers Keith Babb and Associates overseeing the sale of hip numbers 1 through 161.
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