More on the Menu at Oregon's May Show

The Oregon Quarter Horse Association adds classes for Paint horses at its May 14-17 circuit in Central Point, Oregon.

From the Oregon Quarter Horse Association

Jackson County Expo in Central Point, Oregon, is home to both OQHA's May show and Summer Classic. (Credit: Journal)

The Oregon Quarter Horse Association looks to entice even more exhibitors to its May 14-17 in Central Point, Oregon, with the addition of American Paint Horse Association classes to its AQHA-approved show. 

Jackson County Expo in Central Point is also the home to the Oregon Summer Classic, which was the third-largest AQHA circuit in 2014. OQHA's May show provides super practice for exhibitors set on success at the Summer Classic June 22-28. 

Here are six more reasons why the OQHA May show is worth the trip:

  • Full slate of AQHA and APHA classes, including solid-bred and cattle classes
  • Six AQHA judges and four APHA judges
  • All-day show fees
  • Two show arenas every day
  • A free exhibitor barbecue and back-number bingo
  • AQHA all-around and reserve all-around awards for the six-judge circuit; APHA high-point and reserve high-point awards for the four-judge circuit

Visit to access the show schedule and more. 

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