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2020 Youth World Show
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2020 Youth World Show

Wrapping Up the 2020 Ford Youth World AQHA wraps up the 2020 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show, which was held in accordance with local, state and federal coronavirus mandates. That’s a wrap on the 2020 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show, which was hosted in accordance with local, state and federal coronavirus mandates. The Ford Youth World was held July 29 - August 8 at the OKC Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City. AQHYA exhibitors from the United States and Canada competed for 42 world championship, 33 Adequan® Level 2 championships and 39 Nutrena Level 1 championships. The Nutrena Level 1 youth classes were held in conjunction with the Ford Youth World for the first time in the show’s history,
2020 SOQHA The Madness Had Another Great Show
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2020 SOQHA The Madness Had Another Great Show

SOQHA The Madness - another year, another fantastic show! Thank you to everyone that rolled with the changes & embraced the new, but temporary dates. More than 7000+ AQHA entries, huge NSBA numbers, lots of prizes and a ton of food given away. Your complete results are posted.  Congratulations to the all-around winners and everyone else that showed! Thank you to An Equine Production for helping the show run smooth! Thank you to all the judges for doing a great job! And lastly, thank you to every exhibitor and trainer for coming to the show and making it a great one!  View updated OQHA points here   Circuit & High Point Winners Results S/C 1 Results S/C 2 Money Classes - 1 Money Classes - 2 Scribe Sheets
2020 BWHA Classic Recap
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2020 BWHA Classic Recap

2020 was a challenging year for many horse organizations including Buckeye Western Horse Association (BWHA). BWHA placed high importantance on returning to Findlay, Ohio. With many other horse shows being canceled, it did not look good promising. However, members worked hard contacting the county commissioners and the Health Department in order to pull it off. Buckeye Western would like to thank members of the Fulton County Saddle Club for paving the way to be able to have a show. It was good to be back at the University of Findlay’s Western Farm after being away for seven years. Majority of the membership residing from the Findlay area, it was good to see old friends but most of all make new ones. BWHA sold out in
EOQHA's September Show has MOVED
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EOQHA's September Show has MOVED

Unfortunately, EOQHA’s September show will NOT be held at the Ohio Expo Center. Instead, EOQHA has moved it to the Champion’s Center in Springfield, Ohio. They can’t wait to see y’all there!! Call today to make stall reservations!
2020 Little Buckeye
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2020 Little Buckeye

Team Tournament Results:  Team 1 is the winnin Team Tournament Results:  Team 1 is the winning team with a total of 47 points! They win a leather halter from Mane Stream Saddlery Kim Best Laura Salome Ryan Ventura Maggie Garwood Team 3 came in second with 45 points!  They win a $100 Schneider’s Gift Card  Hanna Hedderick Lauren Brown Sarah Lebsock Team 2 came in 3rd place with 35.5 points! The will win a $50 Gift Card from Glamorous Threads Heather Duer Kelly Rauschenbach Jenn Feller Jill Moore   Some photos provided by  Fairfield Photography     2020 Little Buckeye All Around Highpoint Awards: L1 AM W/T Champion - Lisa Scott-Reiss Reserve Champion - Sheila Shortz Rookie AM  Champion - Lauren N Brown Reserve Champion
BWHA Classic Horse Show - July 17-19 is HAPPENING
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BWHA Classic Horse Show - July 17-19 is HAPPENING

The BWHA Classic Horse Show , July 17-19, at the University of Findlay, Western Farm is happening! Please be aware that the camping spots will be limited. If you already sent in a reservation for stall and/or camping and won't be able to attend our show, please contact Melinda Mueller, horsemel123@gmail.com .   Check the  BWHA FB page , frequently,  and Like it (if you haven't already) to keep aware of updates to the show.  BWHA will be adding links to their website regarding health and consent forms that will need to be filled out and handed in, at the welcome tent.  BWHA is excited to see you all July 17th!
OMIQHA Summer SunSation was a HUGE show
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OMIQHA Summer SunSation was a HUGE show

The Summer SunSation show was a huge, very deep show, one of the biggest , best shows around! OMIQHA had very big classes, Trail had 186 goes, L2 Youth Western Pleasure had 35 goes, L1 Amateur Western Pleasure had 48 goes, L1 Amateur Western Horsemanship had 49 , with the 14-18 Western HMS had 45 in the class. Showmanship was huge, the L1 Youth SMS had 68 in the class, with the Amateur side having  50 in their class. Halter had a good representation of Youth Aged Geldings of 16, Amateur Aged Geldings had 17, Performance Geldings held out at 23 and 17 between the Youth and Amt. Hunter had great numbers also with 44 L1 Youth HUS showing, the Amt. side showed 38. Equation was slightly lower, but still good numbers inspite of the
OQHYA June Virtual Meeting - Monday, June 15 @ 7 PM
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OQHYA June Virtual Meeting - Monday, June 15 @ 7 PM

Please join us via Microsoft Team Meeting! Attendance will be taken and roll call made. We highly encourage you to join via Microsoft Team meeting and share video for attendance purposes. Join Microsoft Teams Meeting +1 213-437-9246    Conference ID: 187 097 08#
OQHA Picnic - Cancelled
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OQHA Picnic - Cancelled

The OQHA Annual Membership Picnic scheduled for June 15th has been cancelled. Open Board of Directors will still have a June meeting rescheduled for June 22nd at 7 pm at the OQHA office. This will be limited to board members only in order to practice social distancing.
Fulton County Saddle Club Doubled Last Year’s Show
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Fulton County Saddle Club Doubled Last Year’s Show

Fulton County Saddle Club doubled last year’s show with people just happy to be at a horse show again. Selling 230 stalls and 73 camping spots. Exhibitors came from New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan, bringing 1,204 entries this year with 240 Open, 186 Amateur, 378 Youth, 134 Novice, and 201 Novice Youth. The largest class was Youth Showmanship with 43 entries. They had open added money jackpot classes that were well received. They gave away seven high point all-around awards. The winners received a trophy donated by Greg & Marty Holden and a $50 gift card to Rod’s donated by the Fulton County Saddle Club. High point all-around: Small-fry - Chloe Robert's Level1 Youth- Josie