AQHA & NSBA Indiana Youth Scholarship Show Offers New Facility, Great Prizes
A new, must-go show this summer is being held in Shipshewana, Indiana. It’s an AQHA, IQHA & NSBA approved show being held July 27-29 with five sets of points available. The Michiana Event Center is brand new with an all air-conditioned coliseum, warm-up arena and stall area. There are 350 stalls available, and both arenas are 100 x 200.
“The facility is right in the middle of a quaint Amish community with people passing by on their Amish buggies. You can explore shops full of Amish handiwork and crafts,” says Allen Mitchels, who has been involved with putting this show together.
“We would also like to thank Jerry Robinson who owns PF Premo for being a sponsor as well as Steve, Kathy, and Sarah of Headley Quarter Horses for being a long-time supporter and sponsor for the show. The Headley Family stands halter stallions, Rumerz, Heza Secret Agent and Heartz On Fire.”
Mitchel adds, “The show is also offering a significantly reduced rate of $70 for each stall if a horse is shown in Open and Amateur halter at both shows. We are looking forward to helping promote and show our support of the halter horse industry. We appreciate the sponsorships from two of the top halter horse individuals in the industry, and we have seen quite a bit of interest in our show from top halter professionals.”
There will be High Point Buckles for Open, Amateur, Select Amateur, Level 1 and Rookie Amateur. High Point Grand Champion and Reserve GC buckles awarded in Open and Amateur Halter. Embroidered halters for Small Fry as well as the overall high points from the combined NSBA Youth Classes will receive $3,000 in scholarship money where the top five placings will receive the following proceeds:
The show will offer a flat rate option of $315.00 per horse for both shows which includes all classes, AQHA processing fees, and IQHA fees. It does not include NSBA classes, RV, shavings, stall or grounds fee. The stalls are available for $100.00 each until July 12, $115 per stall after that. The show is also offering a discounted rate of $70 for each stall if the horse is shown in Open and Amateur halter at both shows.
CLICK HERE to view the showbill in the May issue of GoMag.