JACKSON, MS – Preparations are underway for the Dixie National Equestrians with Disabilities Show scheduled for February 6 & 7, 2024 at the Kirk Fordice Equine Center, on the State Fairgrounds in Jackson, MS. This year, our 24th year, will truly be bigger and better than ever before.
We will offer 4 sets of AQHA points, 4 sets of NSBA points, and 4 sets of PHBA points. Don’t forget, the composite winner in each class is awarded the coveted Dixie National Jacket. This will be the best deal yet for equestrians from all over the country to come and join with us in a competitive, yet friendly environment.
Jaymee Carruth, President of the Mississippi Quarter Horse Youth Association says, “The Mississippi Quarter Horse Youth Associations’ annual Equestrians with Disabilities Show, part of the Dixie National Quarter Horse Show, has long been one of my favorite projects through MQHYA. Disabled equestrians from all over the U.S. come together at the Kirk Fordice Equine Center in Jackson, MS every February for the biggest EWD show of its kind in the nation. This event is put on at no cost to the exhibitors, thanks to donations from our many generous sponsors. We are very thankful for all of our volunteers, including our judges, who return each year to donate their time to make this event a positive experience for our exhibitors. We can always use additional volunteers, and I guarantee that if you volunteer, you will be blessed. Please join us in Jackson, MS for this fun filled event.”
For more information, dnqhs.org or event coordinator Karen Phillips (205) 812-5917