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AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse Rule Change Effective Immediately

The American Quarter Horse Association Executive Committee approved an amendment to Rule SHW554 to specify that points earned in Versatility Ranch Horse classes count only toward ranch-horse division events and will not affect leveling in any other class. Effective immediately,…

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FEI Signs Cooperation Agreement with NRHA and AQHA

The FEI has signed a cooperation agreement with the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) and the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), formalising the FEI’s relationship with the NRHA and AQHA that has been in place since Reining became an FEI…

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Latest on the AQHA Cloning Lawsuit

The American Quarter Horse Association filed an appeal in the ongoing cloning lawsuit on December 26, 2013, with the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In the statement on their website, the AQHA said, “Again, we are extremely pleased with…

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Trainer Alleges Abuse in Lawsuit Against AQHA

Trainer Edward Allan Buck of the Sympathetic Riding Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah, has filed a lawsuit against the American Quarter Horse Association and seven current or former officers/agents of the organization: Peter J. Cofrancesco III, Gene Graves, Don…

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AQHA Cloning Lawsuit Update

Judge Mary Lou Robinson has issued a final judgment in the cloning lawsuit in which she awarded close to $900,000 in attorney fees to the plaintiffs in addition to entering an injunction requiring AQHA to immediately begin registering clones and…

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AQHA Must Allow Clones into Registry

In July, a US federal jury ruled that the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) has violated antitrust laws by refusing to allow cloned horses and their offspring into the AQHA registry. This ban (AQHA Rule REG106.1) has been in place…

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AQHA Loses Cloning Lawsuit

A US federal jury has ruled that the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) has violated antitrust laws by refusing to allow cloned horses and their offspring into the AQHA registry. This ban (AQHA Rule REG106.1) has been in place since…

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Ontario-Owned Foals Eligible for the AQHA Racing Challenge

In an effort to kick start increased Ontario participation in the AQHA Racing Challenge, the Ontario Quarter Horse Racing Industry Development Program (the Program) is working in partnership with the Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario Inc (QROOI) and the American…

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