Lone Star Park Racing Club will present the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund with a donation of $11,924.34 on Saturday.
Updated policies regarding medication positives and AQHA awards.
About 130 people, including breeders, owners, trainers, veterinarians and students of veterinary medicine participated in the "Quarter Horse Clean Sport" Lecture at the Sorocaba Jockey Club in Sorocaba, San Paulo last month.
Temporary hair testing rule passed.
AAEP Foundation Equine Disaster Relief Fund Now Accepting Monetary Donations to Aid Hurricane Florence Victims
As Hurricane Florence makes landfall in the eastern Carolinas, the AAEP Foundation is accepting charitable contributions from individuals and industry organizations in support of its Equine Disaster Relief Fund.
Canterbury Park enjoyed an increase in handle for it's just completed 69-day Quarter Horse Meet
The season of racing is getting ready for action at Portland Meadows as the Sept. 30th opening day draws near.
Albuquerque Downs registered a 24% increase in total wagering handle during the 11-day New Mexico State Fair portion of its 2018 Quarter Horse race meet.
Rulebook changes go into effect on Sept. 14 and have been posted on the OQHRA and OHRC websites.
Horsemen and women are reminded effective October 3, that Louisiana has gone to zero tolerance on clenbuterol for Quarter Horses.
Multiple sources within the Kentucky Racing Commission have confirmed that the commission may begin reviewing applications for two new racing licenses with a goal of taking official action by the end of 2018.
Jose Luis Sanchez III Earns First Training Title at Fair Grounds
Ruidoso Downs saw increases across the board for the 2018 meet
This week's start of the New Mexico State Fair will bring changes to live racing at Albuquerque Downs. © Coady Photography
Funeral serviced were held today (Thursday) for AQHA Director Emeritus Col. Earl A. Lilley, 97, of Emmett, Idaho, died August 28.
Delta Downs 2019 American Quarter Horse live 46-day season will run from April 19 through July 19
The long awaited $3,000,000 All American Quarter Horse Futurity-G1 ran Monday afternoon, as well as the $200,000 All American Juvenile. It was a full day of racing and events. Cheryl Pevehouse and her daughter Shawn Ellis sang the Star Spangled Banner to open the ceremony.
Cars overflowed to the highway at Ruidoso Downs Race Track Sunday afternoon for the All American Derby and several other prestigious Quarter Horse races. After the races were over the final day of the Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale started over at the sale pavilion.
There were six Quarter Horse races scheduled for the day, including the $25,000 First Moonflash Stakes and the $20,000 Cesar Gomez Memorial. The second day of the Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale resumed after racing was concluded, bringing in a total of $5,535,500.
The day began bright and early Friday with a few morning workouts at Ruidoso Downs followed by a full day of racing for All American enthusiasts to enjoy while gearing up for the big races. Later in the evening, people gathered at the sale barn for the first night of the 2018 Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale.