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Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse

Hoof Prints is a community-wide public art display celebrating the history and the spirit of the American Quarter Horse.  This project is made possible with the partnership of Center City of Amarillo and the American Quarter Horse Association with support from the Amarillo Cultural District, Texas Commission on the Arts, and State Cultural District.  With dozens of life-size horses around town, there is art from local artists everywhere.  Each horse is sponsored by a local business, so take a “Hoof Prints Tour” of the city to see all of the beautiful horses.

Hoof Prints honors the American Quarter Horse used on ranches surrounding Amarillo today.  “America’s Horse” can be seen at rodeo’s timed events, working on a ranch or even on the big screen during a Western movie.  The American Quarter Horse is the world’s most versatile breed.  The world headquarters for the American Quarter Horse Association, the largest equine breed association in the world, is right here in Amarillo.  Along with the Association, Amarillo is home to the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum, which preserves the history of the American Quarter Horse, along with honoring the people and horses that have been most influential to the breed.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

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Please Note:  All numbering is per the hard copy Hoof Prints brochure

Hoof Prints – Downtown

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. This project is made possible with the partnership of Center City of Amarillo and the American Quarter Horse Association with support from the Amarillo Cultural District, Texas Commission on the Arts, and State Cultural District.

1. Giallo – 550 S. Buchanan – NewCrest Image

2. On the Prairie Dog Fork – 320 S. Polk – Maxor

3. The Future of Texas Is In Good Hands – 701 S. Taylor – Merrill Lynch

4.  Old Blue – 500 S. Taylor – Amarillo National Bank

5. Freedom – 700 S. Pierce – Basden Bail Bonds

6. Patriot Pony – 1300 Harrison – Park Place Towers 

7.  The Great American Horse – 1300 Jackson – The Continental

8.  Blaze – 310 Van Buren St. – Amarillo Fire Department

9. Sarge – 200 SE Third Ave. – Amarillo Police Department

10. Scout – 404 S. Hayden – Howard C. Allen/Tri-State Mechanical

11. Pride’s Journey – 317 S. Van Buren – AmeriPride

12. Amarillo Super Spirit – 1000 S. Polk – Cenveo

13. Sunset in Texas – 801 S. Fillmore – Upshaw Insurance

14. Blue Blaze – 1314 S. Polk – Amarillo College

15. Music Box – 613 SW 10th Ave. – Music Box

16. Blueprint – 3401 S. Fillmore – Diversified Interiors – REMOVED FOR REPAINT

17. Patches – 1217 S. Tyler – REMOVED

18. Lone Star – 2736 SW 10th Ave. – A-Team Rentals

19. Unity – 3600 W. 15th Ave.- People’s Federal Credit Union

20.  Trigger – 1619 S. Kentucky – Dyer’s BBQ

21. Bronco – 1601 S. Georgia – St. Andrews Episcopal School

22.  Rebel Booster – 3921 Westlawn – Tascosa High School Rebel Booster Club

23. Hick’s Horse – 1301 W. Third Ave. – Wiley Hicks, Jr., Inc.

Hoof Prints – Southeast Amarillo

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

64.  Future – 1701 Hollywood Rd. – Owens Corning

65.  Dancer – 11150 FM 1541 – Amarillo Salvage Pool

66.  Revelation 19:11 – 8827 S. FM 1541 – Cowboy Church & Arena of Life

67.  Bring on Tomorrow – 2271 SE 27th Ave. – AIG

68.  Tyrone Knocks – E 1151, 8901 FM 1541 – Plaska Contractors

69. Hod Rod Skippy – 5309 S. Washington – Bill’s Backyard Classics

70. Hughes Hoofprint – 5401 S. Washington – Hughes Equipment

71.  Life, Liberty and Happiness – 6511 S. Washington – Miller Paper Co.

72.  Plains – 6699 S. Washington – Plains Transportation

73.  Lone Star – Wolflin Square I-40 & Georgia – Boston & Mays

74. Wal-Mart – 4215 Canyon Dr. – Wal-Mart

75. REMOVED

76. Country – 4030 Canyon Dr. – Country Chevrolet

77. Howdy Howdy – 4040 Canyon Dr. – Scottie’s Transmission

Hoof Prints – Medical Center Area

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

24. Hope Malone – 1901 Medi Park Dr., Building C – Advanced Pain Care

25. Earth, Wind, Fire & Water – #11 Medical Drive – SW Neuroscience & Spine Center

26. Pride of the Masked Rider – 1400 Coulter – Texas Tech Health Science Center

27. Centennial – 6500 Amarillo Blvd. West – Panhandle 4-H

28. Seahorse – 1500 S. Coulter – Family Medical Centers

29. Reflections of Love – 1301 S. Coulter – Women’s Healthcare/Dr. David Chastain

30.  Survivor – 1310 Wallace Blvd. – Amarillo Comprehensive Breast Care Center

31. Children’s World – 17 Care Circle – Amarillo Children’s Clinic

32. Leopard and Roses – 500 Quail Creek Drive – Dr. Ronald D. Whittington

33.Freedom – 6010 Amarillo Blvd. West – Thomas E. Creek, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

34. Heart – 1901 Port Lane – Amarillo Heart Group PA

35. Doc – 5500 SW Ninth Ave. – Craig Methodist Retirement Community

36. Scout – 401 Tascosa Road – Golden Spread Council, Boy Scouts of America

37. Spirit of Service – 1700 Gentry Dr. – Atmos Energy

38. Peacemaker – 10101 Amarillo Blvd. West – Fort Amarillo RV Resort

Hoof Prints – South/Southwest Area

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

39. Cinergy’s Best Flicks – 9201 Cinergy Square – Cinergy Entertainment

40. ER Doc – 3530 S. Soncy – The ER on Soncy

41. Stagecoach – 4140 S. Coulter – Wells Fargo

42. The Mustang – 5600 W. 49th Ave. – Bonham Middle School (Inside the school)

43. Liberty – 7200 Hillside – People’s Federal Credit Union

44. Ole Blue – 3435 Reeder – Sleepy Hollow Elementary

45.  Oh What A Feeling – 4500 S. Soncy – Street Toyota

46. Cherry Lime – 7417 SW 34th Ave. – Sonic Drive In

47. Happy – 3423 Soncy – Happy State Bank

48. Texas – 3600 Soncy – Texas Furniture

49. Cavalier Ellis B Cheval – 3218 Hobbs Rd. – The Lone Star Ballet

50. America’s Horse 2 – 8101 SW 34th – Bank of America

51.  Hilly – 6650 Soncy Rd. – Hillside Heights Rehabilitation Suites

52. Shelby – 3400 Soncy – Gene Messer Ford

Hoof Prints – North/Northeast Amarillo

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

I-40 West Area

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

Hoof Prints – I-40 East Area

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

78.  Roomie – 2301 East I-40 – Ashmore Inn & Suites II, Inc.

79.  Total Package – 2601 East I-40 – American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum

80.  We’ve Been Friends a Long Time – 2100 East I-40 – Plains Chevrolet

Hoof Prints – Outside Amarillo, TX

Hoof Prints of the American Quarter Horse project began in 2002 to raise funds for Center City of Amarillo and promote art in public places. The American Quarter Horse Association is the title sponsor for the project.

 
94.  Old Sandy – Dumas, TX – McDonald’s
 
Not listed:  Bushland, TX