Whether in the show ring, rodeo arena, riding program or back yard, the American Quarter Horse has endeared himself to legions of fans. The breed goes far beyond a working man's partner or a betting man's pleasure to be a shining example of why horses and humans have formed such a lasting attachment.
Dressage takes a great deal of time, a commitment to working with the best people and a level of maturity that grants an individual a great deal of patience.
Rich in tradition and pageantry, the centuries-old sport of foxhunting is thriving in the United States and abroad.
The Paso Fino horse combines fire and energy with trainability and willingness to be a horse worthy of his ancestors and ready for whatever the future holds.
True partnerships between horses and humans provide some of the most compelling stories.
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