Sudden Scoop Category

All-Arounds at Level 1 East Announced

After nearly a week of competition, top exhibitors earned prizes May 7 at the 2017 Nutrena East AQHA Level 1 Championships in Raleigh, North Carolina. Christine Gudas of Lafayette, Indiana, arrived in Raleigh with one goal: to finish in the top 10 in one class. She did that and more. At the end of the […]

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Selling World Champion and Producers – May Internet Horse Auction

An Appaloosa World Champion Stallion and World Champion producers highlight the May Internet Auction,” announces Mike Jennings of the Professional Horse Services, LLC management team.  More than 50 Quarter Horses, Paints and Appaloosas are offered in the auction including proven show horses, prospects and breeding stock.  Top Appaloosa breeders, Anding Acres and Char-O-Lot Ranch are […]

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Trainer Seth Marlatt Passes

Seth Michael Marlatt, age 35, of Greencastle, passed away on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Born September 6, 1981 in Greencastle, the son of Michael and Brenda (Adams) Marlatt and was a graduate of Greencastle High School “Class of 2000”. Seth was a horse trainer having worked in Indiana, Texas, and Georgia for several years, and […]

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Ohio Quarter Horse Association Announces New Location

RICHWOOD, OHIO – The Ohio Quarter Horse Association (OQHA), host of the All American Quarter Horse Congress, today announced plans to relocate its headquarters from Richwood, Ohio to Columbus, Ohio. “For many years we have recognized the importance of having OQHA closer to central Ohio,” said Dr. Scott Myers, OQHA CEO. “The new headquarters will […]

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All Level 1 & Rookies Invited to Compete at Level 1 Championships

If you’re a Level 1 or Rookie exhibitor, you no longer have to qualify to compete at the AQHA Level 1 Championships. Beginning with the 2018 events, all Level 1- and Rookie-eligible exhibitors are welcome to compete at one of the three Level 1 Championships. The AQHA Executive Committee changed the qualification requirements during the […]

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2017 AjPHA Youth World Show Premium Book and Forms Now Available

Time to enter up, Paint riders! The 2017 AjPHA Youth World Championship Show is right around the corner, and the premium book is now available. The show takes place June 26–July 9 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. 2017 Premium Book Online Now! The own/lease, pre-entry, stall reservation and RV reservation deadline […]

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2018 AQHYA World Show to Offer 13&U Classes

Level 3 13-&-Under core classes have been added to the 2018 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show. The classes were recommended by the American Quarter Horse Association Show Committee at the 2017 AQHA Convention and were recently approved by the AQHA Executive Committee. Exhibitors can qualify to compete in Level 3 13-&-Under western pleasure, […]

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AQHA Select World to Stay in Amarillo

Last winter, the American Quarter Horse Association solicited host-site bids for the 2018 AQHA Select World Championship Show, presented by Adequan® (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan). After carefully reviewing the submitted bids, the AQHA Executive Committee has made the decision to keep the 2018 Adequan® Select World at the Tri-State Fairgrounds in Amarillo. “The Association is committed to […]

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Uncle Joe Parrish Passes after Battle with Cancer

From Candy Parrish: Joe Parrish of Pavo, GA passed away April 25th after a battle with cancer. Fondly known as “Uncle Joe” to most; he was the uncle of Bret Parrish and Brook Parrish. He is the brother of the late Kiff Parrish. Joe routinely traveled to the horse shows and assisted Brook of Kendall’s […]

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May Internet Horse Auction – Enter Now and Get a Discount

Round Hill, VA – Professional Horse Services, LLC “Enter horses now in the May INTERNET Auction and take advantage of a lower entry fee. Horses entered by May 1 will receive the benefit of a $25 discount.  Bidding for horses will open on May 15th and close on May 17th,” according to Mike Jennings of […]

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