The American Quarter Horse JournalMarch 17, 2014
To learn more about the Georgia Peach Saddle Series and GQHA State Novice Championship Show, visit www.gqha.com. (Credit: Journal)
Rookie, 4-H and Level 1 (formerly Novice) competitors have a great reason to hit the show pen this summer. The Georgia Peach Novice/Open Show Saddle Series kicks off its first event in May at the International Horse Park in Conyers, Georgia.
The dates are,
As the name suggests, series winners will tote home a new show saddle. Winners will be crowned for four divisions: AQHA Level 1 youth, AQHA Level 1 amateur, open and 4-H.
Daily high-point awards will be presented for eight divisions: Rookie youth, Rookie amateur, Novice youth, Novice amateur, 4-H, open, open walk-trot and small fry.
Free clinics, taught by AQHA Professional Horsemen, will be offered before each show at 6 p.m. on Friday.
By competing at one show in the Georgia Peach Saddle Series, competitors will earn a qualification to the Georgia Quarter Horse Association Novice State Championship Show, set for August 23 in Conyers.
Here’s how to qualify for the GQHA Novice State Championship Show:
To learn more about the Georgia Peach Saddle Series and access the entry forms, visit www.gqha.com. Information about the GQHA Novice State Championship Show is also provided on the website.
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