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Hearing all the concerns from the local and state health departments, and the CDC, it was the right decision to make to keep people safe and healthy,” said Dr. Scott Myers, CEO of the Ohio QuarterHorse Association. “It is disappointing to all who worked tirelessly in preparation for this year's Congress, and I want to personally thank you for your continued support.
The Ohio QuarterHorse Association said the well-being of its workers, exhibitors and attendees is its highest priority and said the risk is too great to hold the event. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article.
Daily parking on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays is only $15 Location : Entire Grounds Website : QuarterHorseCongress.com The American QuarterHorseCongress is the world's largest single-breed horse show, with 25,000 entries in 2019.
Our mission is to protect and promote the QuarterHorse and the interests of owners, breeders, exhibitors, and enthusiasts. OSHA is committed to setting the standard in the equine industry by engaging equine enthusiasts through world-class competition, recreational activities, education, and engagement of the next generation of participants and industry leaders.
Single Day: $25 PER VEHICLE *** Daily parking on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays is only $15*** Attendees to the American QuarterHorseCongress are encouraged to reserve parking in advance, prior to arriving to the fair grounds.
Any vehicle, including trailers, trucks, cars or golf carts, that parks in an unauthorized area, or without proper stickers/permits, will be towed by the Ohio State Highway Patrol at the owner's expense. The American QuarterHorseCongress is the world’s largest single-breed horse show, with 25,000 entries in 2018.
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We are excited to partner with OSHA and Professional Auction Services to provide 24-hour Fall of the Hammer mortality coverage for horses purchased at the online Congress Super Sale. Fall of the hammer mortality insurance coverage provides buyers immediate all risk mortality and theft coverage on horses purchased for 24-hours after the close of the Congress Super Sale internet auction.
Market’s fall of the hammer mortality insurance coverage will cease 24-hours after the end of the Congress Super Sale internet auction. We are represented exclusively by insurance agents in the field who specialize within a specific horse discipline and/or breed.
To report a claim: Please contact Market in the event of any accident, sickness, injury and/or death. It is necessary to report any medical or surgical condition as soon as possible, or immediately in the event of your horse ’s death.
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Coverage descriptions listed are intended to be brief and do not replace actual policy language. Nicole Barker, with the Ohio QuarterHorse Association has the details for The Congress that kicks off in less than 1 week.
The Horse area has Slam Latch Dividers, Roof Vents, and an Escape Door. The Collapsible Rear tack has a Saddle Rack, Rubber Mats and Walls for easy Clean up.
Exceptional competitions, horse auctions, and educational demonstrations and lectures abound. With over seven acres of QuarterHorse -related exhibits, it’s no wonder the event attracts more than 650,000 visitors to the Columbus area annually and pumps $110 million into the local economy.
Most Congress attendees are members of the American QuarterHorse Association, so with a little help from an Aqua 2002 membership study here’s what we’ve pieced together about the demographics of QuarterHorse owners and the people attending the Congress this year: Average age: 4638% male62% female83% reside in a rural, farm or ranch area41% hold an undergraduate degree69% attended college53% farm, ranch or are a management/professional69% have household income over $50,00028% have household income over $100,00068% ride Western36% ride English average, Aqua members have 7.6 American Quarter Horses per household88% spend at least one hour per day with their horses But based on our experience in the field, here’s what we’ve observed: QuarterHorse owners can recite pedigrees in their sleep.
Low This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance scale. When all was said and done, IMOCA was given the green light to bring and demonstrate Mountain Trail to the QuarterHorseCongress.
Thanks to IMOCA members in Ohio who committed to bringing three truckloads of obstacles and horses to demonstrate, we knew that we would be able to set up a nice Mountain Trail Course to present Mountain Trail to the Aqua. Six months had rolled by and early on a Sunday morning we loaded up my horse Checkers (Sir Rugged Chen, 19-year-old QuarterHorse) and Macon, a cute smart pony which would be used for ride one lead one and demonstrate in hand and headed for Columbus, Ohio, a four and half day drive across America.
We arrived at the QuarterHorseCongress on Thursday, October 25th and made our way through a maze of trucks, trailers, horses and pedestrians. I guess this is what one should expect at the world's the largest single breed show with over 20,000 horses.
Once the horses were tucked into their bedded stalls we were able to catch our breath and check out the facilities. Once I saw the pavilions filled with vendors I knew I was in trouble, for my wife’s shopping eyes were wide open.
My wife Lee and I were so thankful for everyone’s hard work and commitment to make this happen for without them it would only be a dream not a reality. There is always so much hard work behind the scenes which no one sees yet is so critical to the success of any endeavor and IMOCA presenting Mountain Trail to the Congress was no exception.
Mark Blender and his horse Checkers (Sir Rugged Chen, 19-year-old QuarterHorse) It started out with me speaking about “instinct vs intelligence” and how it relates to training horses.
It was a fun filled hour of information and my demonstration horse provided did great. I finished just in time to warm up my horse Checkers and turn him over to Dr. Scott Myers.
Checkers was on and did a great job as he flowed through the obstacles showing the horsemanship and transitions which are the foundation of Mountain Trail. They spent some time just riding the course and moving through the obstacles and demonstrating their skills to the audience.
After demonstrating Mountain Trail skills as a group then it was time for each participant to have the course to themselves and ride or show in-hand a preset pattern as would be required in a real show/challenge.