All Novice Shows

2017 OAQHA All Novice Show

 

September 16, 2017

Novice Show Bill 2017

  

Patterns

Reining – Pattern 5 

Ranch Riding- Pattern 4

  

EWD Showmanship

 

Walk/Trot Showmanship

 

Showmanship

 

 Walk/Trot Equitation

 

 Equitation

  

 Walk/Trot Horsemanship

 

 Horsemanship

 

Trail

 

2017 AQHA Novice Championships Qualifying Methods for Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association Members

Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association qualifying criteria for the 2017 East, West and Central AQHA Level 1 (Novice) Championship shows is as follows:

 

To qualify individuals would need to be a current member of the Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association, OQHA Amateur or OQHA Youth.

 

The circuits for qualifying are:

                    • Winter Tulsa Holiday Circuit
                    • Summer Tulsa Holiday Circuit
                    • OQHA Spring Show
                    • Redbud Spectacular
                    • Oil Can Classic
                    • Prairie Classic
                    • NSBA Show Your Colors
                    • SRCHA Show
                    • OAQHA All Novice Show

 

Results will be calculated on the best 15 shows from the list above.

OQHA All Novice Youth & Amateur Shows are eligible to submit three state qualifiers per class to AQHA. If there are not three qualifiers in a particular class the affiliate may move that “slot” to another class; however, no more than six state qualifiers will be allowed in any particular class.

Level 1 Amateur and Level 1 Youth competitors may qualify for the Level 1 championships in the following classes:

    • Halter geldings and mares: yearling, 2-year-old, 3-year-old, aged
    • Performance halter geldings and mares (the horse must be performance halter eligible)
    • Showmanship
    • Horsemanship
    • Hunt Seat Equitation
    • Working Hunter
    • Equitation Over Fences
    • Hunter Hack
    • Western Pleasure
    • Hunter Under Saddle
    • Trail
    • Western Riding
    • Reining
    • Barrel Racing
    • Pole Bending
    • Stake Race
    • Ranch Riding

 

The Central Level 1 championship will include the above listed classes as well as Level 1 cattle classes. The Level 1 Amateur and Level 1 Youth competitors do not have to qualify to participate in the cattle classes. As long as the exhibitor is Level 1 eligible in the cattle class they are entering, their entry will be accepted.

    • Cutting
    • Working Cow Horse
    • Working Cow Horse Boxing
    • Tie-Down Roping
    • Breakaway Roping
    • Dally Team Roping -Heeling & Heading