2017 Oregon Shows Give Exhibitors Much To Be Excited About
The Oregon Quarter Horse Association’s show season kicks off February 9-12 in Eugene, and OQHA releases details for Summer Classic.
January 23, 2017
From the Oregon Quarter Horse Association
The Oregon Quarter Horse Association’s 2017 show season gets underway February 9-12 at the Oregon Horse Center in Eugene.
- Four judges
- Full slate of classes, including Versatility Ranch Horse
- New for 2017: flat fee of $75 per judge for one horse/any division or rider (must pay AQHA drug fee and applicable cattle fees)
- Free Rookie classes with a $25 office fee
- Beginning classes offer belt buckle to the winner!
Oregon Summer Classic
Offering eight judges in five days, the 2017 Oregon Summer Classic is June 21-25 at the Jackson County Expo in Central Point, Oregon.
The Summer Classic ranks consistently as one of the top AQHA shows every year, and it’s for good reason. Here’s what exhibitors can anticipate for 2017:
- Four judges in every arena on Wednesday and Thursday
- Friday is an off day – enjoy a vacation with friends and family!
- Four judges in every arena on Saturday and Sunday
- Circuit and reserve champions in every class
- All-around saddles!
- More than $100,000 in prizes and awards
- Versatility Ranch Horse classes
- Dual-approved National Snaffle Bit Association classes
- Futurity classes
- Ranch riding and roping “chute-out” for added money
Come have fun in Oregon with us!
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