|American Quarter Horse Stallions (7 Sites, 36 Hits) 01/24/2002 idowebsites
The American Quarter Horse is an American breed of horse that excels at sprinting short distances. Its name came from its ability to outdistance other breeds of horses in races of a quarter mile or less, where some individuals have been clocked at speeds up to 55 mph (88.5 km/h). The American Quarter Horse is the most popular breed in the United States today. Here you will find web resources for the American Quarter Horse.
|AQHA Horses (8 Sites, 5 Hits) 08/16/2004 admins
Sites pertaining to the American Quarter Horse.
|NW AQHA & APHA Halter Horse Breeders (5 Sites, 4 Hits) 02/28/2001 fosterrm2
The promotion of AQHA & APHA Halter Horses! Pictred here is the handsome stallion Raise the Triple Bar, a 2002 Black Frame Overo who is also homozygous for the black gene. See more of him at www.raisethebarfarms.com
|Best Quarter Horse Sites (8 Sites, 28 Hits) 12/29/2001 nathal54
This ring is a collection of the greatest quarter horse sites on the Internet today. Whether you're looking to buy a quarter horse , sell a quarter horse , offer quarter horse services and supplies, or just love this versatile, compact American breed, these sites are for you!
|Doc Bar Descendants (7 Sites, 16 Hits) 03/19/2001 adoptable
Doc Bar was born in 1956 and died on July 20, 1992. He was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Association's Hall of Fame.
|Roan Foundation Quarter Horse (4 Sites, 5 Hits) 09/12/2003 adoptable
The Roan horse has a semi-equal distribution of white and dark hairs in the horse’s coat. They may appear to be gray if viewed from a distance.
|Buckskin Quarter Horses (5 Sites, 2 Hits) 09/03/1999 genessa
The Buckskin color in horses is caused by the action of three different genes: dilution, agouti, and the creme gene. These combine to give the horse a tan color similar to tanned deer skin. Find in this ring sites with information on buckskin quarter horse breeders, stallion owners, horses for sale, events, organizations and fans. Note: Pictured on this page: a buckskin mare photographed by Derrick Coetzee. On the NavBar: a colt named Bear, from the same photographer.
|Quarter Horses (9 Sites, 4 Hits) 04/08/2001 genessa
The quarter horse owes its origins to the English thoroughbreds brought to what would later become the United States by the 1600 English colonists. Find in this ring all manner of sites about this lovely, versatile breed. Pictured: a buckskin quarter horse mare and her palomino colt, named Bear, photographed by Wikimedia Commons member Derrick Coetzee.
|Quarter Horse Show Ring (4 Sites, 5 Hits) 01/22/2001 genessa
One of the many functions the delightful quarter horse can perform is that of the show horse. Find in thisring websites of all sorts pertaining to every aspect of showing, breeding, caring for, understanding and appreciating the show quarter horse. Pictured: a bay quarter horse in English show tack. photographed by Wikimedia Commons member YohMom.