Horse Conformation Standards

Increase your horse anatomy knowledge and hone your eye for good conformation with this FREE report:

Increase your horse anatomy knowledge and hone your eye for good conformation with this FREE report: American Quarter Horse Conformation Standards.

This easy-to-read, two-page report explains conformation standards and what to look for when judging a horse – at a show or for possible purchase.

The report also gives a history of the American Quarter Horse and the Association’s goals. American Quarter Horse Conformation Standards is a helpful guide for anyone interested in learning more about the breed or the Association.

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  1. Hello FSRA! I am a Calgary-based professional phgortoapher who is doing a shoot for Calgary Co-op in September. I am looking for a 40s/50s era pick-up truck to rent for the day. Know anybody with such a vintage piece that would be interested? Any advise as how to source an old truck would be much appreciated. Thanks, Robert Lemermeyer

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