Alabama Quarter Horses (ALQHA) is an affiliate of the American Quarter Horse
Association in Amarillo, Texas. The AQHA is the largest
breed registry in the world.
ALQHA was chartered in January 1956, and has been a
working, viable affiliate every year. The mission of
ALQHA is to promote the American Quarter Horse, educate
and assist members and associates in relation to the
breeding, improving and promoting of the American
Quarter Horse. Also, to generate growth of ALQHA
and AQHA membership via the marketing promotion,
advertising and publicity of the American Quarter Horse.
ALQHA offers members a complete slate of activities
that they can compete in. Quarter Horses are competing
and winning at all levels in:
Endurance and Trail Riding, Logging Hours
Western & English Pleasure Classes
Open/fun Shows, Amateur/ Novice Division
Halter, and more!
What does ALQHA do for the horse.
Aside from the business services provided through links to AQHA,
ALQHA is actively involved in Legislative support for
horses of all breeds. ALQHA also provides education, and
educational links to members and non-members.
GET THE 2020 AQHA RULEBOOK
The 2020 AQHA Official
Regulations is now available online,
in print and
as a downloadable app.