Mackenzie of Rutland recently earned an award for logging 50 hours in the American Quarter Horse Association Horseback Riding Program.
What does QH stand for?
QH stands for Quarter Horse (breed of stock horse)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of QH
- Qingdao German Service Center (China; est. 2004)
- Quilters Guild of the Southern Crescent (Fayetteville, GA)
- Quark-Gluon String Model
- Queensland Girls' Secondary Schools Sports Association (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
- Quantum Gravity Theory
- Qatar Gas Transport Company Ltd. (Nakilat, Qatar)
- QoS at Gateway
- Queensland Guided Walks (Queensland, Australia)
- Qeynos Hills (gaming, Everquest)
- Quaque Hora (Latin: Every Hour)
- Quill Hair & Ferrule (also seen as QHF; Columbia, SC)
- Quinohemoprotein Amine Dehydrogenase
- Quadrifilar Helix Antenna
- Quarry Hills Associates (Quincy, MA)
- Quarter Horse Association (various locations)
- Queensland Hotels Association (Australia)
- Quincy Housing Authority
- Quinton Hazel Automotive Ltd
- Quarter Horse Association of Alberta
- Quakers Hill Anglican Church
Samples in periodicals archive:
George youth has been named to the 2010 team of the American Quarter Horse Association's Youth World Cup.
QUARTER HORSE racing is an established part of the US racing scene, and several top thoroughbred trainers, notably D Wayne Lukas and Bob Baffert, were leading exponents before switching to the more prestigious and lucrative 'code'.
American Quarter Horse Youth Association Love of the Horse gift set If you love horses, we have the perfect gift.
This year's Utah Quarter Horse Association (UQHA) 2005 racing season includes two dates with fun and educational activities specifically for the next generation of racing fans.
The occasion was the fifth annual "Poker Ride," sponsored by the Oregon Foundation Quarter Horse Club (OFQHC).
The Swiss Quarter Horse Association was founded in 1984, and Nicole Meyer's husband Werner was one of its first members.
For example, quarter horses are often the cowboy's choice for strenuous work, thoroughbreds are racers, and warm-bloods jump hurdles in competition.