New address and passport info!

We are delighted to announce that Carin Herrick is the new Passport Issuing Officer on behalf of the AQHA-UK.  Carin is well known on the show circuit and by many of our members.  We would like to thank her for working with the Association and wish her well in her new...

Virtual clinic from the USA

Groundwork Fundamentals  Virtual Seminar with Marilyn Randall AQHA-UK in conjunction with AQHA will be hosting a virtual seminar available to view between 10th-13th September. This will be followed by a video recording from the clinician to answer any questions you...

New Covid 19 Show procedures coming soon

An additional meeting was held last night with the Showing Council, at the request of some of the Member Bodies. The objective of this meeting was to allow Societies and Associations to get together and specifically discuss the creating a possible “operational...

Latest Covid-19 news for equestrians

Latest Covid-19 news for equestrians

What do the latest rules on easing the lockdown mean to equestrianism? For all home nations, the following should be observed when carrying out any activity: All activity must be outdoors All should observe the relevant guidance on health, hygiene and physical...

Latest Covid-19 news for equestrians

15th May latest for Riding Schools/trainers

There's a mass of information here including the latest update from the BEF: Here's the latest from the BEF 15th May 2020 and we have also included an HSE (Health & Safety Executive) document, as well as a link to 'how CV is spread' which may give you some ideas...

BEF Statement re working with horses

BEF Statement re working with horses

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 12 May 2020  BEF statement: Stance on riding reviewed  Following the UK Prime Minister’s broadcast on Sunday 10 May, the Board of British Equestrian (BEF) has convened to discuss their position on riding and training in the current coronavirus...

Warning – Equine Grass Sickness

The AQHA-UK received a distressing report of a recent victim of Equine Grass Sickness. Sally was so shocked at the speed and severity of this terrible disease which caused the death of her horse, that she wrote in to explain what happened to her beautiful Quarter...