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OQHA News

CHUCK SMITH INDUCTED INTO THE NCHA MEMBERS HALL OF FAME
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CHUCK SMITH INDUCTED INTO THE NCHA MEMBERS HALL OF FAME

A very special congratulations goes out to Chuck Smith on his induction into the NCHA Members Hall of Fame. Read his story in the June/July issue of the Cutting Horse Chatter available online at bit.ly/ChuckSmith_NCHA . Congratulations from all of us at OQHA, Chuck!
Register for YES 2021
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Register for YES 2021

AQHYA MEMBERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD ARE INVITED TO MAKE THEIR MARK AT THE 2021 BANK OF AMERICA YOUTH EXCELLENCE SEMINAR, JULY 12-14, IN AMARILLO, TEXAS! Youth interested in attending the  2021 Bank of America Youth Excellence Seminar , scheduled for July 12-14 in Amarillo, Texas, can  register now . “The Youth Excellence Seminar is the event to be at this summer. With AQHYA members and horse enthusiasts from around the country coming together, there is not a more exhilarating or fun-filled event out there,” said current AQHYA President Justin Eddy. “From leadership workshops, keynote speakers and days filled with excitement, everyone can find something for them in Amarillo this summer. I hope to see you there!”
2021 Annual Picnic
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2021 Annual Picnic

The Ohio Quarter Horse Association (OQHA) is holding its annual picnic Monday, June 21st. OQHA will provide the main course as well as side dishes. Members will gather for a picnic-style meal and yard games at 5:30 p.m. followed by the individual monthly board meetings at 7 p.m.  Youth members - AQHYA world championship show registration. We look forward to seeing everyone!    
2021 SOQHA The Madness is a Wrap
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2021 SOQHA The Madness is a Wrap

The Madness, presented by SOQHA, lived up to its name in more than one way! More than 17,700 AQHA entries, more than 2900 NSBA Dual/Approved entries, more than 240 NSBA entries in the money classes and add in the Small Fry & other non-approved classes, made for an amazing run of shows. Sure, it could have been warmer to start, but the competition was HOT. The youth that showed will be in the finals of the Youth World in August. The Amateur and Select classes were some of the deepest seen in some time. SOQHA truly had horses and exhibitors from California to Maine. SOQHA hopes to see Canadian exhibitors back sooner than later. SOQHA thanks each and every person that showed, watched, attended, and hooted for the great