Breed Registries and Associations
The American Morgan Horse Association exists to preserve, promote and perpetuate the Morgan breed.
Only horses produced from Paint, Quarter Horse or Thoroughbred bloodlines are eligible for regular registration. Registration depends upon amount and location of color.
The mission of the American Quarter Horse Association is: To record and preserve the pedigrees of the American Quarter Horse, while maintaining the integrity of the breed and welfare of its horses. To provide beneficial services for its members that enhance and encourage American Quarter Horse ownership and participation. To develop diverse educational programs, material and curriculum that will position AQHA as the leading resource organization in the equine industry. To generate growth of AQHA membership via the marketing, promotion, advertising and publicity of the American Quarter Horse. To ensure the American Quarter Horse is treated humanely, with dignity, respect and compassion, at all times.
The Appaloosa Horse Club is the international breed registry serving ApHC members and Appaloosa enthusiasts by recording and preserving the horses’ heritage and history, and by providing services that promote, enhance and improve the Appaloosa.
AHA is a major equine association serving 85,600 Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horse owners and 235 clubs across North America. AHA registers and maintains a database of more than one million Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses and administers approximately $3 million in annual prize money. AHA produces championship events, recognizes over 550 Arabian horse shows and distance rides and provides activities, education, and programs that promote breeding and ownership.
Sturdily built ponies, ranging in height from 11 to 12.2 hands. Versatile with proven quality for riding or driving by children or adults.
Noted for their black color, arching necks and animated trot. Friesians are used for carriage, pleasure, combined driving and dressage.
Color registry for buckskin, dun, red dun and grulla horses. Excludes draft or pony traits in conformation. Can be mixed breeding.