Contests

Guess That Horse

September 19, 2012

AQHA's Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT!

Guess That Horse contest

Congratulations to Luis for being the first person to correctly identify Dashing Folly!

Congratulations to Luis for being the first person to correctly identify Dashing Folly! Luis will be receiving a plastic tumbler and coffee mug set courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters.

Dashing Folly was a 1993 sorrel mare by First Down Dash and out of the Hempen (TB) mare, Hempes Folly. She competed in racing events through 1998 and was the 1996 AQHHA Racing World Champion. She was also named an AQHA  Supreme race horse in 1997. Dashing Folly was bred by Bob Burt of Sandy, Utah and has had 11 performing foals.

Think you can guess a horse’s identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters!

Today’s winner will receive an AQHA World Championship plastic tumbler and coffee mug set courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters!

Here’s how the contest

works:

  • When the page is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this page.
  • Tip: Refresh your browser periodically for new hints.
  • Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below.
  • The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.
  • The winner will be announced after all the hints are given. Participants must provide a valid e-mail address to be eligible for the prize.

Get more help with your guesses! Consult AQHA records for pedigrees, show records and much more.

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Guess That Horse

September 12, 2012

AQHA's Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Guess That Horse

Congratulations to Sue for being the first person to correctly identify NU Cash!

Congratulations to Sue for being the first person to correctly identify NU Cash!

NU Cash is a 1984 sorrel stallion by Colonel Freckles and out of the NU Bar mare, NU Rendition. He competed in the National Cutting horse Association through 1993 and won more than $38,000 in NCHA events. He has produced 199 performing foals, many of whom are NCHA money winners. He was bred by Doug and Betty Ann Erbes of Central Point, Oregon.

Think you can guess a horse’s identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters!

Today’s winner will receive a pocket knife courtesy of Montana Silversmiths!

Here’s how the contest works:

  • When the page

    is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this page.

  • Tip: Refresh your browser periodically for new hints.
  • Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below.
  • The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.
  • The winner will be announced after all the hints are given. Participants must provide a valid e-mail address to be eligible for the prize. Read the rest of this entry »

Guess That Horse

September 5, 2012

Guess That Horse will be back next Wednesday at 1 p.m CDT.

Guess That Horse takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Congratulations to Diane for correctly identifying Pago Solano.

Congratulations to Diane for being the first person to correctly identify Pago Solano!

Pago Solano was a 1976 red roan stallion by Doc's Solano and out of a Pago Pago mare. He was bred by Harley R. Brown of Claremont, North Carolina. He competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1988 and won nearly $9,500 in NCHA events.

Think you can guess a horse’s identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters!
Today’s winner will receive a “Showing to Win: Western Pleasure” DVD, courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters!
Here’s how the contest works:
When the page is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this pa

ge.

Tip: Refresh your browser periodically for new hints.

Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below.

The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.
The winner will be announced after all the hints are given. Participants must provide a valid e-mail address to be eligible for the prize.
Get more help with your guesses! Consult AQHA records for pedigrees, show records and much more!

Hint #1: This horse was a red roan stallion.

Hint #2: This horse competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1988.

Hint #3: This horse won nearly$9,500 in NCHA events.

Hint #4: This horse produced 20 performing foals.

Hint #5: This horse traces back to Three Bars, Poco Bueno and J B King.

Hint #6: This horse’s dam produced five foals.

Hint #7: This horse was once owned by the University of Connecticut.

Hint #8: One of this sire’s foals, Dekita Solano, was reserve world champion in amateur team penning at the 1998 AQHA World Show Championship Show.

Hint #9: This horse was by Doc’s Solano.

Hint #10: This horse was bred by Chaparral Farm in Claremont, North Carolina.

This contest is now closed.

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Guess That Horse

August 29, 2012

Today's Guess That Horse was Kasey Quixote.

Today's Guess That Horse was Kasey Quixote.

Guess That Horse will be back next Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Congratulations to Eileen for being the first person to correctly identify Kasey Quixote!

Kasey Quixote was a 1979 bay mare by Doc Quixote and out of a Commander King mare. She was bred by Barbara and Paul Crumpler of Wichita Falls, Texas. She competed in the National Cutting Horse Association through 1983 and won almost $7000 in cutting horse events.

Think you can guess a horse’s identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters! Read the rest of this entry »

Guess That Horse

August 22, 2012

Guess That Horse will be back next Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Today's guess that horse was King Windy.

Congratulations to Dee Dee for being the first person to correctly identify King Windy!

King Windy was a 1958 sorrel gelding by King El Rebo and out of a Red Gold mare. He was bred at Village Creek Ranch, Inc. in Burleson, Texas. King Windy was an open AQHA champion in 1966 and was third in the cutting at the 1972 AQHYA World Show. He earned the youth high-point award in cutting in 1973.

Think you can guess a horse's identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today's Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters! Today's winner will receive a “Reining Basics with Craig Johnson” DVD, courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters.

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Guess That Horse

August 15, 2012

The AQHA Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Undeniable is a 1980 sorrel stallion by Impressive out of Tamo Bar Miss by Kay Tam Tag.

Congratulations to Eileen for being the first person to correctly identify Undeniable as today's Guess That Horse! Eileen will receive a “Showing to Win: Trail” DVD, courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters.

Think you can guess a horse's identity by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today's Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters! Today's winner will receive the “Showing to Win: Trail” DVD, courtesy of Quarter Horse Outfitters.

Here's how the contest works:

  • When the page is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this page.
  • Tip: Refresh your bro

    wser periodically for new hints.

  • Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below.
  • The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.

The winner will be announced after all the hints are given. Participants must provide a valid e-mail address to be eligible for the prize.

Get more help with your guesses! Consult AQHA records for pedigrees, show records and much more!

Hint #1: This American Quarter Horse was a sorrel stallion.

Hint #2: This American Quarter Horse was shown by only one amateur rider.

Hint #3: This American Quarter Horse was shown 73 times.

Hint #4: This American Quarter Horse earned a total of 71.5 points in showing.

Hint #5: This American Quarter Horse earned his superior in halter in 1983.

Hint #6: This horse sired a total of 101 foals over 12 foal crops.

Hint #7: This American Quarter Horse traces back to Three Bars twice.

Hint #8: This horse was only shown in Halter.

Hint #9: This American Quarter Horse was out of Tamo Bar Miss.

Hint #10: This American Quarter Horse was bred by Brown Quarries Inc. of Washington, Missouri.

The contest is now closed.

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AQHA Watch Sweepstakes

August 14, 2012

One lucky winner of our latest Facebook sweepstakes will take home a men's or women's Montana Silversmiths watch!

Enter via Facebook for your chance to win one of these Montana Silversmiths watches!

What horse person wouldn't love a new western watch? AQHA Corporate Partner Montana Silversmiths has generously donated a silver and leather Montana Silversmiths watch. One lucky winner of AQHA's Watch Sweepstakes on Facebook can choose from the brown men's version or the black women's version. Must be 18 or older and a resident of the

United States or Canada to enter.

How to Enter:

  • Like AQHA's Facebook page.
  • Visit the AQHA Watch Sweepstakes tab on the AQHA Facebook page.
  • Complete the quick entry form. Please enter via a web browser on your computer or tablet, rather than via cell phone, as the Sweepstakes tab is not accessible via a Facebook app.
  • Share with your friends!

The AQHA Watch Sweepstakes ends August 29, 2012. The winner will be randomly selected and announced on August 30.

Visit the AQHA Watch Sweepstakes tab for official rules and regulations.

Good luck, and thanks to AQHA Corporate Partner Montana Silversmiths for donating these gorgeous watches!

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Calendar Contest Winners

August 10, 2012

Take a look at the winning photos from the 2013 AQHA Calendar Contest.

Here's one of our winning photos, taken by AQHA member Janina Scherf of Waldrach, Germany.

Here they are: the winnings photos from the 2013 AQHA Calendar Contest!

AQHA members from across the globe submitted photos to the 2013 AQHA Calendar Contest. The contest took place on AQHA’s Facebook fan page.

To submit a photo for the calendar, contestants had to be current AQHA members.

Each winner will receive a free 2013 AQHA calendar. AQHA’s design team will do its best to include all winning photos in the 2013 AQHA calendar, which is currently in production. The calendar will be available through Quarter Horse Outfitters.

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Guess That Horse

August 1, 2012

The AQHA Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Iron Clad Jack was a 1978 gray stallion.

Congratulations to Diane for being the first person to correctly identify Iron Clad Jack in today’s Guess That Horse contest. Diane will receive a free one-year subscription to The American Quarter Horse Journal.

Think you can guess a horse by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by The American Quarter Horse Journal. Today’s winner will receive a one-year subscription to The American Quarter Horse Journal. Read the rest of this entry »

Guess That Horse

July 25, 2012

The AQHA Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Cupid's Jane was a 1973 red roan mare.

Congratulations to Trisha Smith for being the first person to correctly identify today’s horse as Cupid’s Jane. Trisha will receive a John Deere paperweight and a special promotional code for 15% off her entire online purchase at Quarter Horse Outfitters. Well done!

Think you can guess a horse by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by John Deere and Quarter Horse Outfitters! Today’s winner will receive a John Deere paperweight and a special promotional code for 15% off your entire online purchase at Quarter Horse Outfitters.

Here’s how the contest works:

  • When the page is live, 10 hints will be posted — one at a time — every few minutes on this page.
  • Tip: Refresh your browser periodically for new hints.
  • Please post your guesses into the “comments” box below.
  • The first person to correctly identify the American Quarter Horse wins the prize.

The winner will be announced after all the hints are given; participants must provide a valid e-mail address to be eligible for the prize.

Get more help with your guesses! Consult AQHA records for pedigrees, show records and much more!

Hint #1: This American Quarter Horse was a red roan.

Hint #2: This American Quarter Horse was a mare.

Hint #3: This American Quarter Horse was shown by only two youth riders in her show career.

Hint #4: This American Quarter Horse was shown in halter and western pleasure.

Hint #5: This American Quarter Horse features Three Bars and Wimpy in her pedigree.

Hint #6: This American Quarter Horse placed 10th in western horsemanship at the 1979 Youth World Show.

Hint #7: This American Quarter Horse earned her open performance Register of Merit in 1976.

Hint #8: This American Quarter Horse became the dam of nine foals in her lifetime, two of which earned Registers of Merit.

Hint #9: This American Quarter Horse was out of Judge’s Cupid.

Hint #10: This American Quarter Horse was bred by Kenneth B. Jones of Hebron, Nebraska.

Cupid’s Jane was a 1973 red roan mare by The Oletimer and out of Judge’s Cupid by Judge Crocker. Shown in halter and western pleasure, Cupid’s Jane earned her open performance Register of Merit in 1976 and became the dam of nine foals, two of which earned Registers of Merit of their own.

Guess That Horse

July 18, 2012

The AQHA Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Quite A Skipper was a 1977 brown gelding.

Congratulations to Diane for being the first person to correctly identify Quite A Skipper! Diane will receive a copy of “Selecting and Showing Western Pleasure Horses” DVD from Quarter Horse Outfitters. Be sure to tune in next Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT for another round of Guess That Horse!

By Skipper’s Go Lad and out of Quite Nice, Quite A Skipper was a 1977 brown gelding who earned his keep exhibiting in hunter, jumper, hunter hack, hunt seat equitation and working hunter classes. He was shown over 100 times and earned 253 points. Quite A Skipper competed in four World Shows and earned reserve world champion at the 1983 World Show in senior working hunter.

Think you can guess a horse by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters! Today’s winner will receive a free copy of the “AQHA Video: Selecting and Showing Western Pleasure Horses” DVD. Read the rest of this entry »

Guess That Horse

July 11, 2012

The AQHA Guess That Horse contest takes place every Wednesday at 1 p.m. CDT.

Cutter’s Indian was a 1969 palomino stallion.

Congratulations to Bridget H for being the first person to correctly identify Cutter’s Indian in today’s Guess That Horse contest! Bridget will receive a matching World Championship Show plastic tumbler and coffee mug set.

Cutter’s Indian was a 1969 palomino stallion by Cutter Bill and out of Fancy Indian by Silver King. Bred by Rex Cauble of Murphy, Texas, Cutter’s Indian earned a total of 233 points in Western Pleasure and a performance register of merit. He sired 201 foals over 21 foal crops, and his progeny collectively earned 10 Registers of Merit.

Think you can guess a horse by its picture, points or pedigree? Then try your hand at today’s Guess That Horse contest, sponsored by Quarter Horse Outfitters! Today’s winner will receive a matching AQHA World Championship plastic tumbler and coffee mug set.

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