70 Super Years for PCQHA

AQHA's oldest state affiliate, the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association, celebrates its 70th anniversary and a new office.

From the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association

AQHA First Vice President Sandy Arledge (left) of Encinitas, California, was on hand to help celebrate the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association's 70th anniversary. (Credit: PCQHA)

As the oldest state affiliate chartered by the American Quarter Horse Association in 1945, the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association celebrated 70 years and a new Paso Robles office location May 6, 2015.  PCQHA has a long standing partnership with AQHA and California regional Quarter Horse clubs in supporting the American Quarter Horse Association through its membership benefits, shows, clinics and other events for youth, amateur and open Quarter Horse enthusiasts on the Pacific Coast of California. 

Celebrating their 70th anniversary and new office, PCQHA opened their doors with a Wine and Cheese party during the annual San Luis Obispo County Quarter Horse Association Mother’s Day Circuit in May. Attendees were able to meet the directors from PCQHA and were introduced to the new PCQHA office manager, Annie Fike. Annie joins PCQHA with a wealth of horse knowledge, plus skills in communication, office and creative arenas. 

In addition to the new location, PCQHA is excited to share its’ new website, www.pcqha.com. The PCQHA website was designed for members to easily navigate and learn about the benefits and opportunities of the association, as well as keep current on point standings and news.