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Applications

Membership Application

Join TQHA, discover big benefits, and become an advocate promoting & protecting the interest of American Quarter Horse in the great state of Texas.

Board of Directors Application

If you are interested in serving on the TQHA Board of Directors, please fill out this application.

Committee Application

If you are interested in serving on a TQHA Committee, please fill out this application.

Scholarship Application

The TQHA Foundation supports scholarships that help further the education of our industry’s future leaders.

Association

W-9 Form

*PLEASE NOTE: TQHA Race members must have SSN / W9 on file with TQHA before any payments are issued.

Racing Forms

Sale Futurity Nomination Form

For foals of 2019 which passed through the 2020 TQHA Yearling Sale Ring.

Sires’ Cup Futurity & Derby Nomination Form

The Sires’ Cup Futurity and Derby are open to all Quarter Horse foals sired by Stallions whose donated breeding season sold through the TQHA Stallion Service Auction.

Texas Classic Futurity & Derby Nomination Form

The TQHA race programs include the Texas Classic Futurity, Derby & Juvenile.

Accredited Texas-Bred

Breeding Stock Application

For Broodmares and Stallions only, an Accredited Texas-Bred Broodmare &/or Stallion must be registered with the AQHA or Jockey Club, & complete accreditation with the TQHA as breeding stock.

Multiple Embryo Transfer Report

For more information on the rules of Embryo transfer involving ATB Breeding Stock click here.

Racing Stock Application

For weanlings, yearlings, and horses of racing age only.

Transfer Report

Fill out in order to complete transfer of ownership.

Barrel Racing

Barrel Offspring Incentive Enrollment Form

If your foal is sired by an eligible stallion, enroll in the TQHA Barrel Racing Stallion Incentive Program.

Become a TQHA Member Today

Join TQHA, the largest AQHA affiliate and your advocate promoting & protecting the interest of American Quarter Horses in the great state of Texas.