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Buckeye Open Charity Golf Outing Registration Form
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OQHA Goes to OSU
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OQHA Goes to OSU

The Ohio Quarter Horse Association held their monthly board meeting at the Ohio State University Veterinary School on May 16, 2016. The evening started with a social hour for all OQHA, OAQHA and OQHYA members to engage in fellowship amongst the various associations and OSU Veterinary faculty and staff.   Dean of the Veterinary School, Dr. Rustin Moore thanked OQHA for their continued partnership and support of OSU, who invited all OQHA members to experience a background tour of the school and hospital. The tour, consisting five check points included the triage, breeding, and x-ray centers. OQHA members were also treated with a short seminar on the Evaluation of Four Common Diagnostic Tests for Insulin Dysregulation.
Jim Flowers Arrangements Made for Tuesday
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Jim Flowers Arrangements Made for Tuesday

JAMES R. FLOWERS   Born: July 15, 1939 Died: May 13, 2016 Services:   10:00 AM Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at Ferguson Funeral Home, 202 E. Main Street, Plain City, Ohio 43064 Visitation:   4-8 PM Monday, May 16, 2016 at Ferguson Funeral Home, 202 E. Main Street, Plain City, Ohio 43064 JAMES R. FLOWERS age 76 of Unionville Center, passed away peacefully Friday evening May 13, 2016 at his residence surrounded by his loving family. Born July 15, 1939 in Plain City, Ohio. Jim started his career at Ranco, Plain City. He soon went to the All-American Quarter Horse Congress held at the Expo Center and retired after 42 years of service and retired from OQHA in 2010. He also was the Equestrian Manager for the Ohio State Fair. He was known
OQHA Represents At Level 1 East Championships
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OQHA Represents At Level 1 East Championships

By: Jordan Melegari, OQHYA member It makes you proud when you realize that the last four standing in the Level 1 horsemanship 14- 18 class are all from Ohio. Jillian Channell, Fallyn Harkin, Cora Wyers, and Emily Ambrose were 1, 2, 3 and 4. It seemed like every time class placing were announced there was another familiar Ohio name being called out. Many wonderful memories were made inside and outside the arenas. After all, how could they not be when you have so many Ohio exhibitors placing!  One of those memorable moments was watching "the wave" happen in the 14-18 HUS class line up. While showing is serious to the exhibitors, the fun is always right under the surface and occasionally it bubbles to the top.  Although