Christine Hamilton, The American Quarter Horse Journal

Christine Hamilton has worked in the American Quarter Horse industry--racing, breeding or writing--for 19 years. She has a BA in English from the University of Alabama, and has been an editor with The American Quarter Horse Journal since 2003.

Articles by Christine Hamilton

EHV-1 Outbreak: A Positive and Proactive Redbud Spectacular

Find out how the organizing committee of one of the largest Quarter Horse shows in the nation is handling Read More

One in a Million: Part 2

Genetic testing has shown Dunbars Gold, a 1996 brindle Quarter Horse stallion, to be an extremely rare chimera, an individual with two DNA types. Of the more than 4.7 million American Quarter Horses registered with AQHA, only 15 are brindles Read More

One in a Million, Part 1

Genetic testing has shown Dunbars Gold, a 1996 brindle Quarter Horse stallion, to be an extremely rare chimera, an individual with two DNA types. Of the more than 4.7 million American Quarter Horses registered with AQHA, only 15 are brindles Read More