Heritage Place Inc. is pleased to announce an extra day will be added to the 42nd Annual Winter Mixed Sale, due to an increase in the number of consignments.
A patriotic opening ceremony, a celebration of the American Legion's 100th anniversary, military vehicle and equipment displays, historical war exhibits in the main lobby and grandstand viewing area courtesy of the California State Military Museum, live music, and free interactive activities, games and pony rides for the children were all part of the inaugural Honoring Our Veterans Night at the Races at Los Alamitos Race Course on Saturday evening.
Lone Star Park ended their 2019 live Quarter Horse meet Saturday with a super stakes card that included the Grade 1 Texas Classic Futurity, Grade 1 Texas Classic Derby, the Texas Classic Juvenile and Paragon Oaks.
High Valor, an unraced son of champion race sire Valiant Hero, has been named AQHA, Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Horse of the Year.
The two propositions on the Jefferson County Texas ballot Tuesday asking voters to decide on legalizing pari-mutuel wagering on horse racing and on legalizing pari-mutuel wagering on simulcasts passed.
Los Alamitos Race Course will host its inaugural Honoring Our Veterans Night At The Races featuring free admission, family-friendly activities, live racing and more on Saturday evening, November 9 starting at 5 p.m.
Over the past few years, the tough team of Jockey Berkley Packer and Trainer Randy Smith have dominated the Quarter Horse ranks at Indiana Grand. 2019 was no different as Packer earned his third title in the past four years in Indiana.
It was another solid year for the Cunningham Stable and as a result, Tony Cunningham won his fourth straight Leading Quarter Horse Owner title. With nine wins for the year, Cunningham now moves into the top spot as the track’s all-time leading Quarter Horse Owner with 54 career wins at the Shelbyville, Ind. racetrack.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 3:00 pm Thursday (Nov. 7) at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church in Abbeville for longtime Louisiana horseman Gerald David Libersat, Sr., 79, who died Monday at his residence.
It’s never too late to seek out an additional future racing champion or two! The Louisiana Quarter Horse Breeders Association (LQHBA) will present its 2019 Fall Mixed Sale on Saturday, November 16. The action begins at 10:00 am at the Equine Sales of Louisiana, LLC sale pavilion in Opelousas, Louisiana.
In February, it was announced that a group of external stakeholders is raising funds for a possible relocation of the American Quarter Horse Association to Fort Worth, Texas.
Five youth competed to earn scholarships worth a total of $6,000 October 24-27 at the 2019 American Quarter Horse Youth Association National Youth Racing Experience at The Downs at Albuquerque in New Mexico, during the Bank of America Racing Challenge Championships. **Photo courtesy of AQHA**
Andrew Offerman has been promoted to Vice President of Racing Operations at Canterbury Park.
Post positions for all five Bank of America Challenge Championship races were drawn during a special luncheon held Wednesday at the First Turn Lounge at Albuquerque Downs.
Owner and breeder Ted G. Abrams, Sr. has announced today his two-time world champion Jessies First Down has been retired from racing, and is set to live out the remainder of his life on the farm he was foaled at in Hempstead, Texas—Ted and Nancy Abrams' Rafter A Ranch.
Speedhorse is showcasing this year's Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale consignors who advertised with us.
The first weekend in October was a big weekend for Quarter Horsemen in Argentina. The Hipodromo de la Punta, located in the San Luis province in the central part of the country, offered hosted a test event involving a Quarter Horse sale and races to gauge response from owners, breeders, trainers and fans.
Los Alamitos Race Course will host its annual Halloween Carnival on Saturday, October 26. Admission is only $3 and kids 17 and under are admitted free. Los Alamitos features free general parking.
Leading North American Quarter Horse sire Apollitical Jess hit another milestone earlier this month when his offspring surpassed the $30 million mark in progeny earnings.
Quarter Horse trainer Jesse Yoakum died on October 3 following a lengthy battle with pulmonary fibrosis. He was 69 years-old.