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OQHA News

Stephen Arbaugh Passes
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Stephen Arbaugh Passes

STEPHEN MICHAEL ARBAUGH December 21, 1947 ‒ January 15, 2018 Mansfield, Ohio Lieutenant Stephen Arbaugh was like a brother to many, not just a friend. Every activity in which he participated grew to form a strong kinship: his Sheriff Department Family, his Horse Judging Family, his McDonald’s Breakfast Family, his Golf Family, his Gun Collectors Family, and his Lexington Athletics Family. Steve Arbaugh, age 70, passed away Monday, January 15, 2018 at his Mansfield farm. He was born December 21, 1947 in Mansfield to parents David Roy & Marjorie Ann (Maglott) Arbaugh. He graduated Madison High School with the class of 1966 and married Gwendolyn Curtiss on March 21, 1981. Lieutenant Arbaugh retired from
Get the 2018 AQHA Rulebook
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Get the 2018 AQHA Rulebook

The 2018 AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations is now available online and in print. The American Quarter Horse Association - November 6, 2017 The AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations is now available online in PDF format and in print. AQHA members can download the rulebook or request a printed copy at  www.aqha.com/rulebook . The AQHA rulebook represents corporation bylaws, rules and regulations of registration, rules and regulations of racing, rules and regulations of shows, amateur and youth division rules and regulations, and the constitution of AQHYA. The rulebook also answers all your questions regarding AQHA rules, show patterns, horse markings, equipment guidelines and
30-Year Show Record Smashed
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30-Year Show Record Smashed

The American Quarter Horse Association, October 24, 2017  Zips Bossy Chip has smashed through American Quarter Horse Hall of Famer Van Decka’s 30-year record for the all-time leading youth horse by points. The record was set 30 years ago. In 1987, at the All American Quarter Horse Congress, Van Decka earned his last point, ending his Hall of Fame show career with 4,270 youth points. In September, Zips Bossy Chip topped that record with 17-year-old owner Ellexxah Maxwell of West Mansfield, Ohio. Zips Bossy Chip has amassed 4,280 youth points. “I bought her in 2011, and the first year was a bit of a struggle,” Maxwell said. “I was a green rider, and she was a green horse. It was difficult. I think, since then, we’ve learned
Ohio NYATT team comes out on top
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Ohio NYATT team comes out on top

The Ohio NYATT team came out on top in Sunday’s competition at the 2017 All American Quarter Horse Congress. Finishing with 132 total points, the team walked away with its fair share of awards in all disciplines. Congratulations to the entire team on a successful Congress! Barrels: Colin Robinson - Champion Maggie Cain – Fifth Place Reining: Isabella Tesmer – Third Place Hunter Under Saddle: Olivia Tordoff – Champion Ashton Krutulis – Third Showmanship: Ellexxah Maxwell – Reserve Champion Cora Wyers – 10 th Place Hunt Seat Equitation: Lauren Carnahan – Fifth Place Horsemanship: Marley Mainwaring – Champion Emma Brown – Sixth Place Western Pleasure: Gavin Patterson – Seventh Place Congratulations also to