Promoting the breeding, racing, and ethical treatment of racing American Quarter Horses & Thoroughbreds in New Mexico since 1961
The New Mexico Horse Breeders’ Association promotes the breeding, racing, and ethical treatment of American Quarter Horses and Thoroughbreds in the state. Established in 1961, this non-profit corporation has served as the backbone to an agricultural industry that is a long-standing tradition in New Mexico. The NMHBA also serves as the official registrar for New Mexico-bred horses. It also administers a legislative-mandated incentive fund, which encourages the expansion of the industry and improves the quality of performing athletes. More than ever, horses bred in New Mexico are competitive on a national level and are internationally recognized for their accomplishments.