With the outbreak of Covid-19 forcing most AQHA activities in Canada to be cancelled for the year, the Canadian Quarter Horse Association has watched as its membership has rallied around itself in the past months to offer support to fellow equestrians in need. Many members of the CQHA work as first responders, essential service workers, and front line workers as well, and the community has been outspoken in their gratitude towards these individuals, and their families.
In times like these community is essential, and the Canadian Quarter Horse Association wishes to formally recognize those individuals who have supported their communities throughout this pandemic as well as those who
have come to the aid of Quarter Horse owners in need.
CQHA invites its members to nominate individuals in their community who have supported them and their equine operations through the pandemic, as well as those CQHA members that work or volunteer in their community as front line workers, essential service workers, or first responders.
The Canadian Quarter Horse Heroes is a community recognition program of the Canadian Quarter Horse Association (CQHA). The following information is designed to help those that would like to put a nomination in for a deserving individual.