Illinois Youth Team to compete at the All American Quarter Horse Congress
IThe National Youth Activity Team Tournament (NYATT) will be held at the Congress on Sunday, October 16th, 2022. It brings together many youth from state and regional Quarter Horse associations across the U.S. and Canada. Teams consist of one to fourteen members sponsored by the state Quarter Horse Association.
Most Valuable Professional announced - Jennifer Drinkall
We are proud to announce that Jennifer Drinkall has been voted the MVP of the Illinois Quarter Horse Association. The criteria for selection was based on involvement and support of the state affiliate, recognition by peers as a fair and upstanding business person upholding ethical standards of AQHA Professional Horsemen and an individual who has worked towards the future of the industry by being positive and innovative in business endeavors. The vote was open to all ILQHA members and the nominees were those ILQHA members that are also members of the AQHA Pro Horseman.
Ranch Riding 7 Tips to Improve Your Scores
Prepare for AQHA’s ranch riding class with these tips from trainer Trevor Carter.
Ranch riding is challenging because it has elements of speed and a pattern to follow that requires you to learn how to adjust under the pressure of competition. I really recommend this class for getting comfortable in the show pen, whether you’re an experienced rider but new to showing, or you’ve got a well-trained horse and want to get started competing. Here are seven things you need to know before you show in ranch riding.