Pictured here, Jody Quiram giving away some of the awards at a show. Photo © TP Creations Photography

Gordyville & Illinois QH Circuit – March 17-20

Gifford, IL (March 12, 2018) The Illinois Quartershow Horse Association (ILQHA) will be at Gordyville USA for the Gordyville & Illinois Quarter Horse Circuit—running from Saturday, March 17th through Tuesday, March 20th. This event will be closely followed by the Illinois Youth Quarter Horse Shows which will be running from Friday, March 23rd through Sunday, March 25th.

This double event will begin each morning at various start times according to the showbill which can be found on the Gordyville website (gordyvilleusa.com) under the tab “Horse Shows.” There you will also find the pattern sets.

These back to back shows are the only ones to be held at Gordyville this month; the next show will be the Arabian Springfest Horse Show taking place April 6th through April 8th. There will be six judges in attendance which will result in six sets of points. This show will have circuit awards, all arounds, as well as many parties over the course of the week. For stall reservation for this show or any upcoming Gordyville show, call the Gordyville office at (217)568-7117.

Food and beverages will be available at the concession stand. RV spots on the property are available on a first come, first serve basis with access to showers inside the building.

Entrance to the show is free, and there will be vendors set up inside the building. There is ample free parking at Gordyville. A list of nearby hotels can be found on our website as well.

About Illinois Quarter Horse Show 


The Illinois Quarter Horse Association is an affiliate of the American Quarter Horse Association. Their purpose is to promote American Quarter Horse in the state of Illinois, by promoting interest in riding, breeding, raising, training, exhibiting and racing the American Quarter Horse. –(ilqha.com)

About Gordyville


Gordyville was founded by Legendary auctioneer Gordon Hannagan and his wife, Jan. After years of horse sales in 39 states and two provinces of Canada, estate sales and land sales at other venues, Gordy established an equine and auction showplace boasting 160,000 square feet of space to host any event. It consists of two 100’ x 240’ arenas and room for 600 portable stalls all under one roof that is heated in the winter and has new ventilation fans to cool it in the summer. There is also a restaurant, concessions, wash racks, showers, RV hookups and exceptional staff onsite.  Located two hours south of Chicago and three hours north of St. Louis, Gordyville is easily accessible from I-57. For more information about Gordyville, visit http://www.gordyvilleusa.com/.

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