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Horse show set for July 4

Thursday, June 11, 2009

The Indiana QHA Show N' Go, an American Quarter Horse Association-approved show, will be held July 4 and 5 at the Crossroads Arena in Cloverdale.

American Quarter Horse Shows test horses' abilities in dozens of different classes and feature events such as jumping, reining, barrel racing, cutting, roping and pole bending. Additionally, halter classes that judge American Quarter Horses based on balance, muscling and breed characteristics are held.

People who exhibit at an American Quarter Horse show earn points that turn into awards or cash at the end of the year. By competing at an AQHA show, exhibitors and horses also can qualify for an AQHA World Championship Show

"We welcome all American Quarter Horse owners as well as anyone who has a passion for horses," said Don Treadway, AQHA executive vice president. "AQHA shows are fun, and anyone who has ever wanted to get involved with horses or compete at an AQHA show is encouraged to attend."

Each year, AQHA approves more than 3,000 shows and special events across the globe. For more information about the Indiana QHA Show N' Go, contact John J. Cloe at 655-2107.

For additional information about AQHA, including showing, racing or recreational riding programs, call (806) 376-4811 or go online to www.aqha.com.


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how much does it cost to see the show?

-- Posted by maria31st on Fri, Jun 12, 2009, at 6:20 AM


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