Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original
Original

OQHA News

2017 OQHA Show Calendar is now available
Continue Reading

2017 OQHA Show Calendar is now available

Vist  http://www.oqha.com/ohio-show-schedule  for the 2017 shows that are either approved, not approved or have approval pending for OQHA Points.
Help Us Create the 2017 Congress Theme
Continue Reading

Help Us Create the 2017 Congress Theme

Thank you for celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the All American Quarter Horse Congress with us.  As we look into next year's event, we are asking you for your input/suggestions for the 2017 Congress theme.  Follow the link below to participate in helping us create the next theme as we move into 2017. 2017 Theme
The stage is set for the 2016 NRHA Open Futurity Finalists
Continue Reading

The stage is set for the 2016 NRHA Open Futurity Finalists

Oklahoma City, November 30 - NRHA - The 2016 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship (NAAC) Show offered the section 3 of the Open Level semi-finals on Tuesday. Once the last horse-rider-combination left the Jim Norick arena, the Open finalists were determined. Posting the top composite score in the Level (L)4 Lucas Oil semi-finals - a 445 - was NRHA Five Million Dollar Rider Shawn Flarida riding Luckie Moonstone (Spooks Gotta Gun x My Lucky Moonstone), a Sire & Dam offspring owned by Jason Dobrinski, nominated and bred by Loren Booth.  Winning the Level 3 division with a 433 was Gabriel Diano riding Oops Itsa Spooks (Spooks Gotta Gun x Tejons
SOQHA Turkey Circuit
Continue Reading

SOQHA Turkey Circuit

By: Samantha Armbruster             The Southern Ohio Quarter Horse Association put on its annual Thanksgiving weekend show, the Turkey Circuit in partnership with the Mark Harrell team helping manage. The last OQHA show of the season brought in many new and fresh faces to the Quarter Horse industry and was a very relaxed and well-run show as a whole. Each day, the show was finished well before dinnertime, which gave exhibitors plenty of opportunities for some downtime, which included riding and practicing in the arenas as well as watching the Ohio State/Michigan game on Saturday.             With such an important game for all OSU fans at the horse show, the café inside the building gave many people the option of watching