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AQHA Opens First Satellite Office In Oklahoma City


OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MARCH 4, 2020—The American Quarter Horse Association has opened its first satellite office in Oklahoma City. The first permanent service center, outside of the Amarillo, is located at Heritage Place Sales Company on 2829 South MacArthur Blvd. in Oklahoma City, OK.

Horsemen and women can transfer, register, complete leases, embryo enrollments, and more at the new office which is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (CST) Monday through Friday. Users are urged to schedule an appointment, however, walk-ins are accepted but there could be a wait.

“Early reaction has been extremely positive,” Butch Wise, AQHA 1st Vice-President said this week.

CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment on-line. The system will walk users through steps needed to schedule your appointment with one of AQHA’s experienced professionals at Heritage Place.

Appointments are scheduled every hour and last 50 minutes. Traditionally, the amount of work that can be completed within this time frame is 2-3 registrations or 3-4 transfers, pending all paperwork being prepared in advance and completed. Don’t worry, AQHA is there to help you complete the paperwork if assistance is needed.

If you have more transactions than can be completed within your appointment, you have the option to schedule an additional follow-up appointment or leave the work with the AQHA representative to be completed and processed for you.

For additional information call Jackie Boggs at 806.378.4541 or email her at okc@aqha.org. Boggs, a longtime AQHA employee, is now onsite in Oklahoma City.

AQHA is looking at opening additional satellite offices in Columbus, Ohio and Fort Worth, Texas in the near feature.

Whether you are a professional horseman or a weekend trail rider, AQHA values your business and their goal is to ensure you have the information and paperwork needed to be successful with your American Quarter Horse.

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