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OQHA News

Millie Landon
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Millie Landon

Name: Millie Landon Age: 16 Where do you live and with who? I just moved to Pilot Point, Texas where I live with my mom, Tara, and my stepdad, Doug. How did you get involved in horses? My mother used to train horses, so I have grown up in AQHA since I was born. What discipline(s)/class(es) do you show in and why did you choose that discipline or class(es)? I show in the horsemanship, western pleasure, showmanship, and halter.  I have shown horses that had done the pleasure and had been started in horsemanship and showing those classes makes me feel confident walking into the show pen. What would be possible for you to give up? (something that is not horse related) Something that I could never give up is my family because they
Sam Flarida wins Youth and L1 Non Pro NRHA Futurity
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Sam Flarida wins Youth and L1 Non Pro NRHA Futurity

Congratulations to Sam Flarida on winning the Youth Futurity and the Level 1 Non Pro Futurity with a score of 220 on Hollywooddirtysecret at the NRHA Futurity. They were also  the Level 2 reserve champions, placed third in the Level 3 & 5th in the Level 4. Sam & "Big Mac" won over $58,000!
Courtney Hilty
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Courtney Hilty

Name: Courtney Hilty Where do you live and with who? I live in Huber Heights, Ohio and I live with my sister Natalie and my parents, Tim and Gretchen Hilty. Walnut Hills Farm is also the home of our three dogs Bridget, Bandit, and KateSpade as well as our six horses and six chickens. How did you get involved in horses? I became involved with horses when I was eight years old. We took lessons at the Sullenberger farm in Piqua, Ohio. We started in 4-H at the Miami county fair and later became AQHA members in 2014. Soon after we joined IEA and eventually YEDA. We also joined a rodeo drill team called Midwest Express that later became Silver Lining Drill Team. We now show at the Clark County fair and show with Piper Performance Horses.
Ohio NYATT Team Brings Home Division I Champion Title
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Ohio NYATT Team Brings Home Division I Champion Title

Youth from state and regional Quarter Horse associations across the U.S. and Canada gathered for the largest National Youth Team Tournament in the world at the All American Quarter Horse Congress Sunday, October 21. This year’s National Youth Activity Team Tournament (NYATT) hosted more than 60 teams and offered a new division of competition. Division I is a team entered in eight to fourteen NYATT classes while Division II teams are entered in one to seven NYATT classes. This split is only for the awards ceremony so that each division competes for separate top ten division awards. Each team may consist of four to fourteen riders, with no more than two members competing in each of the seven NYATT classes: Barrel