HELP for Displaced Equine and Animal Owners during Hurricane IRMA!! The North Carolina Quarter Horse Association will assist equine victims displaced by the Hurricane
Emilia Reutimann and the US Junior Team Bring Home the Silver in the 2017 SVAG FEI World Reining Championships!
On Saturday’s individual championship, four U.S. combinations finished in the top 10. Reutimann and Black Hails Gold earned a score of 213.5 to tie for sixth place as the
Select Amateur, Carrie Geldner of Greensboro, North Carolina, has led a fascinating life. We tracked her down to be in our “10 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Me”
As a joint effort between Wrangler and the American Quarter Horse Association, Team Wrangler promotes educational outreach for the horse industry. The 2017-2019 team
Both the NCQHA Spring No Bling and the NCQHA District IV Spring Fling shows were Top 10 Level 1 AQHA shows in 2016. Join us in 2017 for more fun at all of the NCQHA No Bling
Eric Armwood maintained a smile on his face while working the cash register during the lunch rush hour at McDonald’s on Skibo Road last Monday.
US Equestrian has named a group of up-and-coming athletes to the U.S. teams for 2017 SVAG FEI World Reining Championships for Juniors and Young Riders, August 9-12, in
For best friends, Susan Simms and Lisa Johnson, the AQHA L1 Championships East was the culmination of a lifelong journey and friendship that began nearly 20 years ago.
Olivia Turner, of Zebulon, North Carolina, has had the opportunity to work with some of the best trainers in the business – and she’s learned from every one of them. But to
By: Brittany Bevis In the current edition of The Equine Chronicle, you may have read one of our editorials entitled, When is the Big Money Coming to Trail? Well, it seems
His father is a 25-time Quarter Horse Congress Champion horse trainer. His mother, Millie, was a five-time Congress Non-Pro Western Pleasure Champion and his sister,