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Annual Banquet Set For January 20, 2018 In Topeka

At the April board meeting the annual banquet date was set for January 20, 2018 at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Topeka. Youth, amateur and general membership meetings will be held during the morning with the annual awards presentation following a free luncheon for all 2017 members. Be sure to mark your calendars.

 

KQHA Aids Wildfire Relief Effort

The KQHA board of directors voted to contribute funds to the relief effort for the wildfires that swept through the Ashland area. Click on the link below to see the thank you letter sent by the Ashland Community Foundation.

Ashland Thanks KQHA

Versatility Champiionship To Be Offered At State Fair

KQHA will be offering special awards for the versatility ranch classes at the State Fair in September. Watch the web site for more details coming soon.

Prairie Classic Dates Set for 2018

The 2018 dates for the Prairie Classic will be February 7 to February 11 in Oklahoma City at the State Fairgrounds.

 

 

Hope In The Heartland Moves Dates For 2017

Hope In The Heartland will be changing dates for 2017. The show will move to September 28 - October 1, 2017 at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka. This move should takes us off of the Iowa futurities and the show in Springfield , IL. In addition the number of judges will change from 6 to 4 with a 5th judge pending.

 

 

Scholarship Winners Announced

KQHA is pleased to announce the following winners of the 2016 Scholarships. Each student will receive $2065.00 towards their college education. Congratulations to Macy Putnam, Hayley Waddell, Christine Rosa and Regan Mosier.

 

 

Alan Hinds Elected as Region 8 Director For AQHYA

 

2016 AQHYA Officers

KQHYA member Alan Hinds from Lawrence, KS was elected to a Region 8 director position during the YES Conference held in Amarillo, TX July 14, 2016.

AQHYA national officers and regional directors play a major role in the youth association by planning events, participating in community service projects and spreading the word about American Quarter Horses, youth activities and AQHYA. They also represent AQHYA throughout the year at functions and events nationwide.

Throughout the year, the officers and directors network with horse enthusiasts throughout the industry to ensure a successful future for the industry. AQHYA officers and directors set goals to grow youth involvement in every aspect of the equine world, uphold the integrity of the breed and work toward ensuring the future of the industry. 

 

 

 

Changes Made To Hall Of Fame

 

This program honors individuals and horses that have made significant contributions to the KQHA and have had an impact on the Quarter Horse breed. The Hall of Fame award serves as a lasting tribute to outstanding individuals in the Quarter Horse industry.


Persons nominated may be living or deceased and must have been permanent residents of Kansas for at least five years. Individuals must be (or have been, if deceased) in good standing with KQHA. Horses nominated must have been bred in Kansas or owned by a Kansas resident for at least five years. Horses nominated must be deceased.


Nominations are due to the President June 1. Past Presidents and current members of the Board of Directors will vote on all nominations that are put forward by July 15. Each Past President can vote for one person and one horse each year. To be inducted, a person or horse must get votes from at least 50% of the returned ballots.


Inductees will be honored appropriately.

 

 

 

 

It's Time To Renew Your Membership

 

All memberships expire on January 31st.

 

Reminder: Membership dues must be paid prior to the show that you want points to begin at. In order for points to count, both the exhibitor and owner of the horse/horses must be paid. Open points are kept on the horses; amateur& youth on the horse rider combination.


Youth have additional requirements to fulfill for eligibility.

 

 

 

 

Logan Western

Photos courtesy of the Wright Focus(www.wrightfocus.com)

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