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AQHA Ranching Council formed to market and promote ranch horses

Highlighting the efforts of American Quarter Horse ranch breeders and their heritage to AQHA is the reasoning behind the new AQHA Ranching Council and its three initiatives to recognize ranch breeders.

The first initiative is a breeder referral program called the AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders.

To become part of the Ranching Heritage Breeders, ranches must be members of AQHA and their ranch remudas must consist of Quarter Horses, which must be used primarily to work ranch cattle.



The ranch must own at least five Quarter Horse mares that are used to produce the remuda, and the ranch must have received at least an AQHA 10-year breeder award.

Ranches that qualify can download the application from http://www.aqha.com or call AQHA Customer Service at 806-376-4811.



The Ranching Council will approve the applications, and the program will cost $10 per year.

Ranching Heritage Breeders will be entitled to use a special logo on their advertising, and that logo will also appear on their AQHA registration certificates.

Ranches that are members of the Ranching Heritage Breeders will also be able to enter their horses in exclusive competitions and sales.

Highlighting the efforts of American Quarter Horse ranch breeders and their heritage to AQHA is the reasoning behind the new AQHA Ranching Council and its three initiatives to recognize ranch breeders.

The first initiative is a breeder referral program called the AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders.

To become part of the Ranching Heritage Breeders, ranches must be members of AQHA and their ranch remudas must consist of Quarter Horses, which must be used primarily to work ranch cattle.

The ranch must own at least five Quarter Horse mares that are used to produce the remuda, and the ranch must have received at least an AQHA 10-year breeder award.

Ranches that qualify can download the application from http://www.aqha.com or call AQHA Customer Service at 806-376-4811.

The Ranching Council will approve the applications, and the program will cost $10 per year.

Ranching Heritage Breeders will be entitled to use a special logo on their advertising, and that logo will also appear on their AQHA registration certificates.

Ranches that are members of the Ranching Heritage Breeders will also be able to enter their horses in exclusive competitions and sales.

Highlighting the efforts of American Quarter Horse ranch breeders and their heritage to AQHA is the reasoning behind the new AQHA Ranching Council and its three initiatives to recognize ranch breeders.

The first initiative is a breeder referral program called the AQHA Ranching Heritage Breeders.

To become part of the Ranching Heritage Breeders, ranches must be members of AQHA and their ranch remudas must consist of Quarter Horses, which must be used primarily to work ranch cattle.

The ranch must own at least five Quarter Horse mares that are used to produce the remuda, and the ranch must have received at least an AQHA 10-year breeder award.

Ranches that qualify can download the application from http://www.aqha.com or call AQHA Customer Service at 806-376-4811.

The Ranching Council will approve the applications, and the program will cost $10 per year.

Ranching Heritage Breeders will be entitled to use a special logo on their advertising, and that logo will also appear on their AQHA registration certificates.

Ranches that are members of the Ranching Heritage Breeders will also be able to enter their horses in exclusive competitions and sales.


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