EQUITATION SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL

Cribbing, otherwise known as crib biting or windsucking is where a horse bites onto a solid object (fence or gate) and sucks back air through the gullet. It is often learned when horses are exposed for long periods to stress, or isolation (kept alone in stables, or paddocked away from other horses). Scientifically, it is known as a stereotypical behaviour.

United States ELD Mandate Information

United States ELD Mandate Information

The American Quarter Horse Association is concerned about the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, which went into effect on December 18, 2017. The rule limits the amount of time a commercial truck driver can drive and mandates a specific amount of off-duty/non-driving time, and requires the use of electronic logging devices to track the driving and non-driving times.  

Congress has extended the ELD exemption through December 7, 2018.

Below you will find information on AQHA's involvement regarding the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) electronic logging device (ELD) mandate and resources on how you can get involved.

Resources

Read more

LMQHA TACK SALE

LMQHA TACK SALE

RAIN OR SHINE

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9TH

12 - 4 PM AT 21220 32ND AVE

CONTACT MELLISSA

If an eye is painful, the angle of the eyelashes in that side will drop.

If an eye is painful, the angle of the eyelashes in that side will drop.

Study: Most Senior Horses Have Eye Problems

To boot, researchers found that it’s not always easy for owners to spot ocular issues: Owners reported that fewer than 4% of the study horses had some sort of ocular disease, but researchers determined that nearly 90% of them did.

Read more

BC's Quarter Horse History

aqha_green cqha-logo hcbc_copy mbna