The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), based in Amarillo, Texas, is an international organization dedicated to the preservation, improvement and record-keeping of the American Quarter Horse. The association sanctions many competitive events and maintains the official registry. The organization also houses the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum and sponsors educational programs. The organization was founded in 1940 in Fort Worth, Texas and now has nearly 350,000 members. The AQHA approves of horse slaughtering as a last resort for unwanted animals.

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American Quarter Horse Association
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  • Owner-breeder-exhibitor Debra Donnelly captures gold in aged stallions at the 2017 Adequan Select World Championship Show with Hez Outa The Box, aka "Jack." In this exclusive interview with The American Quarter Horse Journal, Debra and Dick Donnelly talk about their experience.

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