Deadline to apply is November 1, 2015.

To submit an equine research grant application for 2016-2017, applicants must download the equine research guidelines for a complete list of program criteria. Research funding is available through our general, head trauma and young investigator applications.

2016 Equine Research Grant Guidelines

2016 General Research Application

2016 Young Investigator Research Application

The American Quarter Horse Association and American Quarter Horse Foundation encourage the submission of research projects related to the health, welfare and utility of the horse, and of importance to the horse owner and horse industry. Current research priorities include:

1. Congenital Diseases/Genetics
2. Welfare
3. Infectious Diseases/Immunology
4. Musculoskeletal Disorders and Injuries
5. Reproduction

Issues within these categories include genetic markers for disease, genetic medicine and therapy, regenerative medicine, utility of the horse, therapeutic modalities, breeding values and standards, drug testing, physical therapy and rehabilitation of the horse, improved injury management, behavioral issues, feeding practices, parasite control and improved deworming protocols. Funding decisions will be based on scientific merit, clinical application and or potential benefit to the horse and horse industry.

For more information on the American Quarter Horse Foundation’s equine research program, please contact us at:

American Quarter Horse Foundation
Equine Research Program
2601 East Interstate 40
Amarillo, TX  79104

(806) 378-5034 phone
(806) 376-1005 fax


Get additional information on research funding available through the AAEP Foundation.