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Canadian Results for the All American Quarter Horse Congress

2022 Congress Reserve All Around Champion – L1 Amateur – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON
Champion – L1 Youth 14-18 Barrel – Cashy Colours, shown by Amber Gregson, owned by Victoria Gregson, Hillburg,ON

Champion – L1 Youth 14-18 Barrel – Cashy Colours, shown by Amber Gregson, owned by Victoria Gregson, Hillburg,ON

Champion – L1 Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

Champion – NSBA L1 Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

Champion – L1 Youth Pole Bending – Healey Falls Flyn Hi, shown by Matteo Catulli, owned by Valerio Catulli, London, ON

Champion – L3 Select Amateur Trail – Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Bed DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

Champion – L3 NSBA Select Amateur Trail – Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Bed DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

Champion – SSB 3Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Futurity NSBA Limited – Deja Whoo, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, shown by Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

Champion – 2Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Candice Hall, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

Champion – SSB 2Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Candice Hall, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

Champion – L3 NSBA Select Amateur Trail - Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Bed DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

Reserve Champion – SSB 2Yr Old Maiden Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity Limited – My Best Thinking, shown by Suzanne Duquette, owned by Kelly Sparks, Harley, ON

Reserve Champion – L1 Youth Pole Bending – Ok Ohla Bambino, shown by Amber Gregson, owned by David & Victoria Gregson, Hillburg,ON

Reserve Champion – Amateur Select Showmanship – Best To Be Slow, owned & shown by Sonia Vilandre, St-Charles sur Richelieu, QC

Reserve Champion – NSBA Amateur Select Showmanship – Best To Be Slow, owned & shown by Sonia Vilandre, St-Charles sur Richelieu, QC

Reserve Champion – Walk/Jog Western Pleasure Independent – Willy Crazy Bout You, owned & shown by Linda Frederiksen, Caledonia, ON

Reserve Champion – NSBA Walk/Jog Western Pleasure Independent – Willy Crazy Bout You, owned & shown by Linda Frederiksen, Caledonia, ON

Reserve Champion – 3Yr Old Limited Non-Pro Western Pleasure Futurity – Deja Whoo, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, shown by Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

Reserve Champion – 2Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Candice Hall, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

Reserve Champion – SSB 3Yr Old Open Western Pleasure Futurity NSBA – Deja Whoo, shown by Angie Cannizzaro, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

Reserve Champion - Walk/Jog Western Pleasure Independent - Willy Crazy Bout You, owned & shown by Linda Frederiksen, Caledonia, ON

3rd – NRHA Non-Pro Reining Level 1 Stakes – Chics Nu Gun owned & shown by Paul McGrath, Vanessa, ON

3rd – Amateur Breakaway Roping – Miss Mahogany Bell owned & shown by James Bell of Smithville, ON

3rd – Youth 14-18 Barrels – Cashy Colours, shown by Amber Gregson, owned by Victoria Gregson, Hillburg,ON

3rd – L1 Amateur Horsemanship – Huckleberry Cowboy, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

3rd – NSBA L1 Amateur Horsemanship – Huckleberry Cowboy, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

3rd – SSB 2Yr Old Maiden Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity – My Best Thinking, shown by Suzanne Duquette, owned by Kelly Sparks, Harley, ON

3rd – Amateur Pole Bending – Pay Me With Pie, owned & shown by Brody Marshall, Stayner, ON

4th – L2 NSBA Select Amateur Trail – Best To Be Slow, owned & shown by Sonia Vilandre, St-Charles sur Richelieu, QC

4th – NRHA Open Reining Level 2 Futurity – Chics Nu Gun owned & shown by Paul McGrath, Vanessa, ON

4th – NYATT Barrel – Uino Frenchman owned & shown by Jenna Mergl, Ridgeville, ON

4th – L1 Amateur Barrels – Go Boumboum Gold, owned & shown by Jessia Poulin, Brossard, QC

4th – Amateur Barrels – Go Boumboum Gold, owned & shown by Jessia Poulin, Brossard, QC

4th – 3YR Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes NSBA – Jus The Best, owned by Art Goertz, shown by Mavis Goertz, Arkona, ON

4th – NSBA 2Yr Old Maiden Limited Open Western Pleasure Futurity – Sleep Over, shown by Justin Melvin, owned by William Cox, Paris, ON

4th – L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Straight Up Blue, owned & shown by Kaidyn Goodwin, Tusket, NS

4th – NSBA L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Straight Up Blue, owned & shown by Kaidyn Goodwin, Tusket, NS

4th – NSBA L1 Amateur Showmanship – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

4th – 2Yr Old Maiden Western Pleasure Furity NSBA – Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Gil Galyean, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

4th – SSB 2Yr Old Maiden Western Pleasure Furity NSBA – Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Gil Galyean, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

4th – NSBA 2Yr Old Maiden Limited Open Western Pleasure Futurity – Sleep Over, shown by Justin Melvin, owned by William Cox, Paris, ON

4th – 3Yr Old Open Western Pleasure Futurity NSBA – Deja Whoo, shown by Angie Cannizzaro, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

5th – NRHA Open Reining Level 2 Futurity – Gunnatrashtherest, shown by Loris Epis owned by Joyce Paquette, Tilbury, ON

5th – L1 Youth 14-18 Barrel – Holey Foose, shown by Kayla Ward owned by Kristen Ward, Tillsonburd, ON

5th – EWD Walk/Jog Horsemanship Independent – Willy Crazy Bout You, owned & shown by Linda Frederiksen, Caledonia, ON

5th – Select Amateur Horsemanship – Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Bed DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

5th – NSBA Select Amateur Horsemanship – Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Bed DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

5th – NSBA Junior Hunter Under Saddle – Southern Couture, shown by Alyse Roberts, Meagan Fahlman, Dilke, SK

5th – SBB 2Yr Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes Limited – Straight Up Blue, owned by Kaidyn Goodwin, shown by Jocelyn D’Entremont, Tusket, NS

5th – 2Yr Old Maiden Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity Limited – My Best Thinking, shown by Suzanne Duquette, owned by Kelly Sparks, Harley, ON

3rd - SSB 2Yr Old Maiden Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity – My Best Thinking, shown by Suzanne Duquette, owned by Kelly Sparks, Harley, ON

5th – NSBA 2Yr Old Maiden Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity Limited – My Best Thinking, shown by Suzanne Duquette, owned by Kelly Sparks, Harley, ON


5th – L1 Amateur Showmanship – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

5th – L1 NSBA Amateur Trail – More Radiant, owned & shown by Craig Cunningham, Burlington, ON

5th – L2  Select Amateur Trail – Best To Be Slow, owned & shown by Sonia Vilandre, St-Charles sur Richelieu, QC

5th – SSB 3Yr Old Non Pro Western Pleasure Futurity NSBA – Deja Whoo, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, shown by Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

5th – L1 Senior Western Riding – Talkin Machine, shown by Brad Ost, owned by Darlene Schwab, Okotoks, AB

5th – NSBA L1 Senior Western Riding – Talkin Machine, shown by Brad Ost, owned by Darlene Schwab, Okotoks, AB

5th – Amateur Select Working Hunter – All The Champagne, owned & shown by Christine DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

6th – NRHA Non-Pro Reining Level 2 Stakes – Chics Nu Gun owned & shown by Paul McGrath, Vanessa, ON

6th – L1 13 & under Youth Barrels, Healey Falls Flyn Hi, shown by Matteo Catulli, owned by Valerio Catulli, London, ON

6th – 13 & under Youth Barrels, Healey Falls Flyn Hi, shown by Matteo Catulli, owned by Valerio Catulli, London, ON

6th – L1 Amateur Barrels – Moneys Six, owned & shown by Jordan Thomson, Chesley, ON

6th – Amateur Barrels – Moneys Six, owned & shown by Jordan Thomson, Chesley, ON

6th – Limited Open Performance Halter Gelding – John E B Good, shown by Jonathan Meilleur, owned by Lillian Tayloe, Kincardine, ON

6th – Small Fry Hunt Seat Equitation – Exremely Shocking, owned by Sherry Quail, shown by Hayley Drummond, Alliston, ON

6th – NSBA mall Fry Hunt Seat Equitation – Exremely Shocking, owned by Sherry Quail, shown by Hayley Drummond, Alliston, ON

Champion – 2Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA - Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Candice Hall, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

6th – NSBA EWD Walk/Jog Hunter Under Saddle Independent – Willy Crazy Bout You, owned & shown by Linda Frederiksen, Caledonia, ON

6th – Junior Hunter Under Saddle – Southern Couture, shown by Alyse Roberts, Meagan Fahlman, Dilke, SK

6th – NSBA L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Fixntobeunforgetable, owned & shown by Adrianna MacLean, Napanee, ON

6th – Non-Pro NSBA 2Yr Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes Limited – Straight Up Blue, owned& shown by Kaidyn Goodwin, Tusket, NS

6th – L1 Amateur Showmanship – Told Ya Shes Lazy, owned & shown by Karine Bisaillion, Saint-Valère, QC

6th – L1 Amateur Trail – Made To Sizzle, owned & shown by Sarah Black, Amaranth, ON

6th – 2Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Queen Ov Hearts, shown by Candice Hall, owned by Cory Seebach & Candice Hall, Black Creek, BC

6th – NSBA L1 Youth 13 & Under Western Pleasure – Shes A Dream Machine, owned & shown by Stella Taylor, Tusket, NS

Champion – L1 Youth Pole Bending - Healey Falls Flyn Hi, shown by Matteo Catulli, owned by Valerio Catulli, London, ON

7th – NSBA Level 1 Amateur Ranch Riding – They Call It Chrome owned & shown by Heidi Nelson, Fordwich, ON

7th – L1 13&under Youth Barrels, Dalts Maverick, shown by Allie Clark, owned by Jannine Clark, Essex, ON

7th – L1 Amateur Barrels – Pay Me With Pie, owned & shown by Brody Marshall, Stayner, ON

7th – Amateur Barrels – Pay Me With Pie, owned & shown by Brody Marshall, Stayner, ON

7th – L1 Amateur Equitation Over Fences- All The Champagne, owned & shown by Christine DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

7th – Select Amateur Hunter Hack, Oh Mirror Mirror, owned & shown by Mike DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

7th – EWD Walk/Jog Hunter Under Saddle Independent – Willy Crazy Bout You, owned & shown by Linda Frederiksen, Caledonia, ON

7th – L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Fixntobeunforgetable, owned & shown by Adrianna MacLean, Napanee, ON

7th – 2Yr Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes Limited – Straight Up Blue, owned by Kaidyn Goodwin, shown by Jocelyn D’Entremont, Tusket, NS

Champion – SSB 3Yr Old Non-Pro Western Pleasure Futurity NSBA Limited – Deja Whoo, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, shown by Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

7th –  NSBA L1 Select Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – We The North – owned & shown by Marcy Lynne Brown, Simcoe, ON

7th – L1 Senior Trail – Best Lopin Machine, shown by Charlie Bussieres, owned by Anissa Belisle, Stoke QC

7th – L1 NSBA Senior Trail – Best Lopin Machine, shown by Charlie Bussieres, owned by Anissa Belisle, Stoke QC

7th – L1 Youth 14-18 Trial – The Hot Moonlite, owned & shown by Emily Yates, North Bay, ON

7th – L1 NSBA Youth 14-18 Trial – The Hot Moonlite, owned & shown by Emily Yates, North Bay, ON

7th – 3Yr Old Non Pro Western Pleasure Futurity NSBA – Deja Whoo, owned by Scott & Linda Berwick, shown by Linda Berwick, Clarence Creek, ON

7th – L1 Youth 13 & Under Western Pleasure – Shes A Dream Machine, owned & shown by Stella Taylor, Tusket, NS

7th – 3Yr Old & Over $2,500 Novice Horse Limited Open Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Doubt She Remembered, shown by Jocelyn D’Entremont, owned by Kiara O’Donnell

Reserve Champion – Amateur Select Showmanship – Best To Be Slow, owned & shown by Sonia Vilandre, St-Charles sur Richelieu, QC

8th – Limited Open Performance Halter Mares – VSW A Cool Red Lady, shown by Andrew Dewar, owned by Kristi Carroll, Ramara, ON

8th – Youth 14-18 Barrel – Dash Ta Fortunes, owned & shown by Alexis Weaver, Chatham, ON

8th – Performance Halter Gelding – John E B Good, shown by Jonathan Meilleur, owned by Lillian Tayloe, Kincardine, ON

8th – L1 Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation – Sleepy Monn, owned by Klaus Zabel, shown by Amber Zable, Caledon, ON

8th – NSBA L1 Amateur Hunt Seat Equitation – Sleepy Monn, owned by Klaus Zabel, shown by Amber Zable, Caledon, ON

8th – SBB Limited 3YR Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes NSBA – Jus The Best, owned by Art Goertz, shown by Mavis Goertz, Arkona, ON

8th – NSBA L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Willy Makesya Winde, owned & shown by Monica Collins, Ancaster, ON

8th –  L1 Select Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – We The North – owned & shown by Marcy Lynne Brown, Simcoe, ON

8th – L1 Amateur Trail – More Radiant, owned & shown by Craig Cunningham, Burlington, ON

3rd – NRHA Non-Pro Reining Level 1 Stakes - Chics Nu Gun owned & shown by Paul McGrath, Vanessa, ON

9th – NSBA Level 1 Amateur Ranch Riding – SV Whizzin Onacancan, owned & shown by Jenny Shaw, Chatham, ON

9th – Calf Roping – Knickers N A Knot – owned by Lisa Creager, shown by Trent Creager, Hillsburg, ON

9th – Select Amateur Equitation Over Fences, Oh Mirror Mirror, owned & shown by Mike DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

9th – NSBA L1 Select Amateur Horsemanship – Batt Man Legacy, owned & shown by Jackie Ruccolo, Wheatley, ON

9th – NSBA L1 Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Why So Late, owned & shown by Marie-Michelle Rioux, Saint Augustin de Desmaures, QC

9th – L2 Select Amateur Western Riding – Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Ben DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

9th – NSBA L2 Select Amateur Western Riding – Good To Be Macho, owned & shown by Ben DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

10th – Level 1 Amateur Ranch Riding – They Call It Chrome owned & shown by Heidi Nelson, Fordwich, ON

10th – NSBA L1 Youth 14-18 Horsemanship – The Hot Moonlite, owned & shown by Emily Yates, North Bay, ON

10th – L1 Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Southern Couture, owned & shown Meagan Fahlman, Dilke, SK

10th – NSBA L1 Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Southern Couture, owned & shown Meagan Fahlman, Dilke, SK

10th – 13 & Under Youth Pole Bending – Healey Falls Flyn Hi, owned by Valerio Catulli, shown by Matteo Catulli, London, ON

10th – L1 Amateur Ranch Riding – They Call It Chrome, owned & shown by Heidi Nelson, Fordwish, ON

10th – L1 NSBA Amateur Trail – Maybeline, owned & shown by Anika Rear, Ripley, ON

10th –  L1 NSBA Select Amateur Trail – Batt Man Legacy, owned & shown by Jackie Ruccolo, Wheatley, ON

5th – NSBA Junior Hunter Under Saddle – Southern Couture, shown by Alyse Roberts, Meagan Fahlman, Dilke, SK

11th – L1 Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Why So Late, owned & shown by Marie-Michelle Rioux, Saint Augustin de Desmaures, QC

11th – NRHA Non-Pro Reining Level 3 Stakes – Chics Nu Gun owned & shown by Paul McGrath, Vanessa, ON

11th – NRHA Open Reining Level 3 Futurity Final – Gunnatrashtherest, shown by Loris Epis owned by Joyce Paquette, Tilbury, ON

11th – NSBA Limited Open Performance Halter Mares – Shes Lost Her Cool, owned by Shannon Boyce, shown by Derek Hanscome, Carleton, NS

11th – Limited Amateur Aged Mares, Some Queen Machine, owned & shown by Janine Ann Domingos, Erin, ON

11th – L1 Select Amateur Horsemanship – Batt Man Legacy, owned & shown by Jackie Ruccolo, Wheatley, ON

11th – NSBA L1 Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Find Your Drive, owned & shown by Johanna MacMullin, Toronto, ON

11th 3YR Old Open Hunter Under Saddle Futurity Limited – Forever Be Good, owned by John Hughes, shown by Darci Rapley, Cayuga, ON

11th – Non-Pro NSBA 2Yr Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes Limited – Straight Up Blue, owned& shown by Kaidyn Goodwin, Tusket, NS

11th – NSBA Amateur Showmanship – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

11th – L1 NSBA Amateur Trail – Sleepy Monn, owned by Klaus Zabel, shown by Amber Zabel, Caledon, ON

11th –  L1 Select Amateur Trail – Batt Man Legacy, owned & shown by Jackie Ruccolo, Wheatley, ON

11th – 3Yr Old & Over $2,500 Novice Horse Open Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Amazon Prime, shown by Angie Cannizzaro, owned by Lynne & Tami Denman, Surrey, BC

12th – Maturity Open Hunter Under Saddle Stakes – Southern Couture, shown by Alyse Roberts, Meagan Fahlman, Dilke, SK

12th – NSBA Small Fry Horsemanship – Extremely Shocking – owned by Sherry Quail and shown by Hayley Drummons, Allison, ON

12th – L1 Youth 14-18 Barrel – Dash Ta Fortunes, owned & shown by Alexis Weaver, Chatham, ON

12th – L1 Youth 14-18 Horsemanship – The Hot Moonlite, owned & shown by Emily Yates, North Bay, ON

12th – L1 Amateur Hunter Hack, Oh Mirror Mirror, owned & shown by Mike DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

12th – Limited 3YR Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes NSBA – Jus The Best, owned by Art Goertz, shown by Mavis Goertz, Arkona, ON

12th – Limited Non-Pro 3YR Old Hunter Under Saddle Stakes NSBA – Jus The Best, owned by Art Goertz, shown by Mavis Goertz, Arkona, ON

12th – L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Willy Makesya Winde, owned & shown by Monica Collins, Ancaster, ON

12th –  NSBA Open L1 Hunter Under Saddle – We The North – shown by Darla Lee, owned by Marcy Lynne Brown, Simcoe, ON

12th – 3Yr Old & Over $2,500 Novice Horse Open Trail Stakes – Sleep N The Moonlite, shown by Justin Melvin, owned by William Cox, Paris, ON

12th – NSBA Youth 15-18 Western Pleasure – Crystals Finale, owned by Dr David Desmond, shown by Jasa Kopack, Georgetown, ON

4th – L1 Youth 14-18 Hunter Under Saddle – Straight Up Blue, owned & shown by Kaidyn Goodwin, Tusket, NS
5th – Amateur Select Working Hunter - All The Champagne, owned & shown by Christine DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

13th – L1 Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Find Your Drive, owned & shown by Johanna MacMullin, Toronto, ON

13th – L1 Youth 14-18 Barrel – DF Frosty Gold Pep, shown by Isabella Gregory, owned by Natalie Wood, Newberg, ON

13th – NRHA Open Reining Level 3 Futurity – Gunnatrashtherest, shown by Loris Epis owned by Joyce Paquette, Tilbury, ON

13th – Amateur Equitation Over Fences – All The Champagne shown & owned by Christine DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

13th – Small Fry Horsemanship – Extremely Shocking – owned by Sherry Quail and shown by Hayley Drummons, Allison, ON

13th – Amateur Equitation Over Fences- All The Champagne, owned & shown by Christine DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

13th – Limited Open Performance Halter Mares – Shes Lost Her Cool, owned by Shannon Boyce, shown by Derek Hanscome, Carleton, NS

13th – Amateur Aged Mares, Some Queen Machine, owned & shown by Janine Ann Domingos, Erin, ON

13th – Youth 11 & under Horsemanship – One Tuff Red Head, Owned by Jenna Woodley, shown by Mackenzie Landry, Chelmsford, ON

13th – Open L1 Hunter Under Saddle – We The North – shown by Darla Lee, owned by Marcy Lynne Brown, Simcoe, ON

13th – NSBA L1 Select Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Batt Man Legacy, owned & shown by Jackie Ruccolo, Wheatley, ON

13th – L1 Amateur Working Hunter – All The Champagne, owned & shown by Christine DeBrouwer, Blenheim, ON

14th – NSBA EWD Walk/Jog Horsemanship Independent – Invite A Hot Texan, owned & shown by Sarah McConaghy, Bolton, ON
5th – L1 NSBA Amateur Trail – More Radiant, owned & shown by Craig Cunningham, Burlington, ON

14th – NSBA EWD Walk/Jog Horsemanship Independent – Invite A Hot Texan, owned & shown by Sarah McConaghy, Bolton, ON

14th – Youth 14-18 Barrel – DF Frosty Gold Pep, shown by Isabella Gregory, owned by Natalie Wood, Newberg, ON

14th – Select Amateur Barrels – Nldfancyladnyhancock, owned & shown by Tracey Steeves, Midhurst, ON

14th – EWD Walk/Jog Horsemanship Independent – Invite A Hot Texan, owned & shown by Sarah McConaghy, Bolton, ON

14th – Youth 14-18 Pole Bending – Prescriptionsforcash, owned & shown Alexis Weaver, Chatham, ON

14th – Senior Pole Bending – Nldfancyladnyhancock, owned & shown by Tracey Steeves, Midhurst, ON

14th – L1 Amateur Trail – Maybeline, owned & shown by Anika Rear, Ripley, ON

14th – Junior Western Pleasure – Sleep N The Moonlite, shown by Justin Melvin, owned by William Cox, Paris, ON

14th – NSBA Junior Western Pleasure – Sleep N The Moonlite, shown by Justin Melvin, owned by William Cox, Paris, ON

14th – Youth 15-18 Western Pleasure – Crystals Finale, owned by Dr David Desmond, shown by Jasa Kopack, Georgetown, ON

14th – 3Yr Old & Over $2,500 Novice Horse Open Western Pleasure Stakes NSBA – Doubt She Remembered, shown by Jocelyn D’Entremont, owned by Kiara O’Donnell

14th – L1 Amateur Trail – Sleepy Monn, owned by Klaus Zabel, shown by Amber Zabel, Caledon, ON

15th – Level 1 Amateur Ranch Riding – SV Whizzin Onacancan, owned & shown by Jenny Shaw, Chatham, ON

15th – 13 & under Youth Barrels, Dalts Maverick, shown by Allie Clark, owned by Jannine Clark, Essex, ON

15th – Amateur Barrels – Master Prayer, owned & shown by James Wilson, Orillia, ON

15th – L1 Select Amateur Hunter Under Saddle – Batt Man Legacy, owned & shown by Jackie Ruccolo, Wheatley, ON

15th – L1 Youth Pole Bending – Sheilwin Tivio Belle, owned by Brenda Ciglen, shown by MADISON Ciglen, Erin, ON

15th – L1 Amateur Pole Bending – Nldfancyladnyhancock, owned & shown by Tracey Steeves, Midhurst, ON

15th – L1 Amateur Ranch Riding – SV Whizzin Onacancan – owned & shown by Jenny Shaw, Chatham, ON

15th – Amateur Showmanship – Where I Come From, owned & shown by Cale Thompson, Barrie, ON

7th – L1 Youth 14-18 Trial – The Hot Moonlite, owned & shown by Emily Yates, North Bay, ON
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Canadian Horse Journal Autumn 2022 Issue

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Fans Flock to Family Fun Day at Ajax Downs; Ivory Rolls Again

AJAX DOWNS, AUGUST 22, 2022 – Ajax Downs’ popular FAMILY FUN DAY returned to the Quarter Horse track for the first time in three years on Sunday, August 21 and it was standing-room only for an afternoon of racing and fun events, kid’s games and prizes with proceeds benefitting the Ajax Pickering Hospital.
 
The crowd roared for every race on the afternoon and wagered with enthusiasm and the highlight dash was the 11th running of the Ontario Bred Maturity worth $39,240. The country’s top older horse HAD TO BE IVORY rolled to his fourth consecutive win in the 400-yard Maturity, overcoming a bump at the start and then surging past his tough rival Countrys Comin Bac to win by a long neck. The 7-year-old, bred and owned by Hillsburgh’s Carol and Jaime Robertson, recorded yet another stellar clocking, speeding the distance in 19.779 for a 102 speed index.
 
Trained by Bryn Robertson, Had to Be Ivory was ridden by Cory Spataro, who was subbing for an absent Josh Scott. It was the 20th career win from 26 starts for the Ontario bred and he has earned over $327,000.
 
“He was a pro as always,” said Spataro. “When a horse beside him, Twixt of Fate, acted up, he got a bit scared so we had to reset the way he was standing. But then he broke like a rocket, I was bumped and then we had to re-rally. You can’t ever count out Countrys Comin Bac but I feel like I had it with about 100 yards left.”
 
Heading into the next racing day at Ajax Downs, Wednesday, August 31, there is an exciting four-way tie for leading jockey by victories. BRIAN BELL, RAMIRO CASTILLO, TONY PHILLIPS, and ISMAEL MOSQUIERA all have 12 wins. Bell leads in Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario points with 154 over Castillo’s 152. The points leader at the end of the racing season is honored with the leading rider trophy.
 
Keep up to date on news and entries for Ajax Downs on social media and at www.ajaxdowns.com. To find out more about how you can own a Quarter Horse or join a syndicate, contact the Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario at www.qrooi.com.
 
 
The Had to Be Ivory team from left to right, Mike Robertson, Jaime Robertson, Had to Be Ivory, Zac Kennedy, Carol Robertson, Paul Sauve, and Cory Spataro. Trainer Bryn Robertson was absent. (New Image Media Photo, crowd photo by Laurie Overton)
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Canadians at the 2022 Run For A Million in Las Vegas

CQHA’s 2nd Vice President, Brad Bowie was the voice of the 2022 Run For a Million, presented by Teton Ridge, the richest event in the history of Reining.

When he wasn’t keeping the crowed entertained and informed from the announcer’s booth or hanging out with the best reiners in the world along with some of the cast and crew of Taylor Sheridan’s hit show Yellowstone, he found the time to talk with a couple of the Canadians at the event who were there competing.

CQHA is pleased to present the following interviews with:

Danny Tremblay originally from Quebec is an NRHA Million Dollar Rider, past winner of the Run For a Million Shoot Out, and Run For a Million qualifier who’s clients have won the non pro at the event two years in a row now.

Jade Whitemarsh hales from Alberta and is coming home with some bragging rights after scoring a 216.50 to secure 6th place in the TRFAM Non Pro Championships with North Sail Solitaire a 2013 Canadian bred  stallion by Topsail Whiz and out of Solitary Gunner by  Colonels Smoking Gun. Jade and the family raised chestnut earned a purse of $5,208.88USD for their run.

 

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AQHA Creates New Promo Code for New and Renewing Canadian Members

Dear Canadian Quarter Horse Community,

 

AQHA is excited to announce a membership promotion that will help activate potential AQHA members in Canada.  

 

With promo code CQHA, specifically created for Canada, new and renewing members can save $5 USD on an AQHA membership. Simply share this code with American Quarter Horse enthusiasts in your country, including family, friends, neighbors, youth organizations, and more, and when they enter it into the promo code field of the online AQHA membership application they will save $5 USD on their membership. This is a great opportunity to help grow your affiliate membership and expand the international AQHA family! 

 

There are many benefits to having an AQHA membership and here are just a few: 

  • A digital subscription to The American Quarter Horse Journal. We’re celebrating the western lifestyle, and the many ways our members rely on their American Quarter Horses to have fun or get work done. 
  • Access to special programs supported by AQHA grants like Quality Samples, Educational Marketplace Clinics, and the Youth Excellence Seminar.
  • Take advantage of our Special World Show Qualifying process, show advisor and lease program
  • The rush of competition and the thrill of victory. Whether it’s ranch riding, jumping, barrel racing – or anything else – AQHA competitions are a valuable experience that create lifelong memories. 

Be sure to share information about the discount via email, or post on social media, so we can spread the word about the endless benefits of joining AQHA!

 

Sincerely, 

 

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Jamie Hughes 

AQHA Director of International Activities

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Ontario Amateur QHA 2022 OAQHA Challenge

Submitted by: The OAQHA

The OAQHA Challenge gives all Non-Pro exhibitors an opportunity to ride in a unique format for payback, prizes, and recognition.

In 2022, we are offering Showmanship, Horsemanship, and Hunt Seat Equitation. Exhibitors have an opportunity to earn an invitation to the Finals at their local Area/Promotional club shows – the Top 5 average scores from the Youth/Amateur/Select (combined) from one show in each of Area 1, Area 2, Area 3, and EOQHA qualify for a spot in the Finals, as well as a few Level 1 Wild Card qualification opportunities.

The Challenge will culminate in an exciting Finals event at the OQHA Summer Finale over Labour Day Weekend. During the Finals the qualifiers will ride/lead off in the ultimate showdown with the Top 10 exhibitors being recognized. With the support of CQHA and various product sponsors we are able to offer exciting cash prizes and awards. Not only does this event offer exhibitors an opportunity to compete for prizes and cash, it’s an opportunity for Non-Pros to compete against different exhibitors than they do most weekends and challenge themselves with a competitive environment and challenging patterns in preparation for the Fall majors.

There will be one more opportunity to qualify at the EOQHA Hot Hot Sizzler!

More details and Finalist spotlights can be found here: https://oqha.on.ca/pages/amateur

 
 

Qualifiers to date:

Showmanship: Sonia Vilandre & Best To Be Slow, Sarah Donaldson & Crossin The Line, Rob Rivait & Shez Paid To Be Sleepy, Mallory McKewen & OneGoodHotPine, Cynthia Glover & Lazy N Shy, Lindsay McDougall & One Fine Suggestion, Tracy Beck & Betty The Battcatcher, Taylor Carney & John EB Good, Cale Thompson & WhereIComeFrom, Jody O’Neill & Lite Sleeper, Jodi Pearce & Simple Kinda Cowgirl, Darcy Woods & VS Shes A Flatliner, Kharli Friske & Her Final Secret, Katie Thompson & Gettin Bizy, Taiya Parry & Justa Lady Star, Madison Glover & Lazy N Shy

Equitation: Sarah Black & Made To Sizzle, Lisa Black & Select This Chip, Mallory McKewen & OneGoodHotPine, Leslie Riley & Mymommadontdance, Kharli Friske & Her Final Secret, Holly Robinson & Sweet Mambo Jambo, Cale Thompson & Huckleberry Cowboy, Danielle Bannerman & Keeping Sundi, Good Jodi Pearce & Outlaw For Hire, Cale Thompson & WhereIComeFrom, Amber Zabel & Sleepy Monn, Sadie MacPhail & Sheza Chocolate Kat, Darcy Woods & VS Shes A Flatliner, Jackie Ruccollo & Batt Man Legacy, Gillian Merkley & RW Get It On

Horsemanship: Sarah Donaldson & Crossin The Line, Ben DeBrouwer & Good To Be Macho, Cynthia Glover & Lazy N Shy, Kharli Friske & Her Final Secret, Holly Robinson & Sweet Mambo Jambo, Jody O’Neill & Lite Sleeper, Cale Thompson & Huckleberry Cowboy, Ashley Caris & JustAWalkInThePark, Rob Rivait & Shez Paid To Be Sleepy, Jodi Pearce & Simple Kinda Cowgirl, Amber Zabel & Sleepy Monn, Katie Thompson & Gettin Bizy, Tracy Beck & Betty The Battcatcher, Lisa Black & Select This Chip, Sadie MacPhail & Sheza Chocolate Kat

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EOQHA’s Online Trail Clinic with Tim Kimura

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Ontario Bred Juvenile First Cold Wave Named Ajax Downs’ 2021 Horse of the Year

First Cold Wave won the $115,000 Alex Picov Futurity in 2021 and was named Horse of the Year by the Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario (Clive Cohen photo)
AJAX DOWNS, APRIL 25, 2021- For only the third time in Ajax Downs history, a 2-year-old has been named the track’s Quarter Horse of the YearFIRST COLD WAVE, who is Ontario bred and sired, was voted 2021’s top horse by the board of directors of the Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario on April 22. 
 
Owned and bred by Robert Bailey of Oakwood, Ontario, First Cold Wave is the only provincially sired and bred juvenile Horse of the Year, following American bred Leanintoit (2011) and American sired/ Ont. bred One Kool Wave (2010).
 
The impressive-looking First Cold Wave earned 39 QROOI points in 2021, more than any other Ajax Downs starter. The sorrel-coloured gelding also collected the trophy for High Point 2-Year-Old Male horse. He is a son of young stallion Cold Hard Dash, whose first crop of foals raced in 2021. Cold Hard Dash is owned by a syndicate and stands at Iron Horse Reproduction in Port Perry.
 
Trained by Jason Pascoe, First Cold Wave made his Ajax Downs debut in July following a 10th place finish in his career debut at Remington Park in Oklahoma. He won his maiden in that first start locally under jockey Brian Bell and then finished a close second in the $61,000 Ontario Bred Futurity to Night Leader. First Cold Wave turned the tables on that rival, winning a Trial for the $65,000 Ontario Sires Futurity before taking the final. After a third-place finish in a Trial for the prestigious Alex Picov Futurity, First Cold Wave won a furious battle to the wire, taking the $115,000 Futurity final by a nose.
 
Produced from the mare Cassies Carver by Wave Carver, First Cold Wave completed his 2021 season with four wins in seven starts and earnings of $98,764 (Cdn.).
 
First Cold Wave recently returned to racing on April 15, finishing fourth in an allowance race at Remington Park. He is being pointed to that track’s Heritage Place Derby Trials on May 7 and should he qualify, would contest the $250,000 (US) final on May 28.
 
Ajax Downs racing fans will hopefully get to see the champ for the track’s big 3-year-old races this summer.
 
The 2022 Ajax Downs Quarter Horse season opens Wednesday, May 11 (first race post time at 1:30 p.m.). Racing will be conducted on Wednesdays, plus one Sunday a month, and there will be a special card on Thanksgiving Monday, October 10.
 
You can view the entire racing schedule with on-track events here
 
Follow Ajax Downs on social media @AjaxDowns (Twitter and Instagram), Facebook and at www.ajaxdowns.com. For more information on how to become an owner or partner in a Quarter Horse contact the QROOI at www.qrooi.com.
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2021/2022 CQHA/AQHA Grant Application

Sadie MacPhail won the CQHA sponsored award for the Overall High Scoring Novice with Sheza Chocolate Kat in the Ontario Amateur Quarter Horse Association's 2021 Challenge. Owned by Kristin Ego of Coldwater, Ontario; Sheza Chocolate Kat is a Canadian bred 2013 bay roan mare. Sired by Good Bars Kat and out of Sheza Frosty Dee by Three Dimension Zip.

CQHA/AQHA GRANT APPLICATION OCT. 1, 2021 – SEPT 31, 2022 (Grant Period)

Application Deadline is May 15, 2022
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pts received after Sept 10, 2022 for approved applications will NOT be reimbursed.

The CQHA’s main purpose is to support and promote the development of the Canadian Quarter Horse industry in Canada and abroad. CQHA also strives to support the hard work of all the Provincial/Regional .

Currently, the AQHA annually allocates Funds to CQHA to be used to support, promote, and develop American Quarter Horse activities in Canada.  The CQHA in turn administers the allocation of these funds in the form of Grant funding to the Provincial and Regional AQHA Affiliates and other events that use AQHA horses to financially assist them in achieving these AQHA objectives in Canada using the Category criteria listed below.

The following pages contain the 3 Categories eligible for Grant Funding as set out by AQHA:

Category 1: Education/Clinics

Examples:

  • Any type of educational event (virtual or in person) that supports AQHA members and promotes AQHA
  • Can be used in conjunction with AQHA Educational Marketplace funding
  • AQHA Professional Horsemen seminars
  • Education or support of registration, transfer, membership or other AQHA business services
  • Travel support for AQHA clinicians
  • Translation of AQHA materials

 Requirements:

  • Clinicians must be current AQHA members
  • AQHA membership mandatory for attendees
  • List of attendees: AQHA/CQHA members to be submitted after event
  • Must complete an event review form (provided by AQHA)
  • AQHA and CQHA signage/banners must be displayed
  • AQHA member service support must be available at event

       Category 2: Competition/Use

Examples:

  • Support for events including, but not limited to: AQHA approved shows or special events, recreational riding events, regional or cultural events where American Quarter Horses are used
  • Funds not to be utilized for AQHA shows with greater than 100 entries (1 entry is a horse and rider combo per class entered)
  • Awards, prizes, or other means of promoting and recognizing AQHA exhibitors or
  • participants via AQHA sanctioned events
  • Sponsorship of activities produced by Non-AQHA Organizations to promote AQHA member/horse participation (prizes, cash awards)
  • Travel support for AQHA judges

 Requirements:

  • Must demonstrate equitable support for all types of American Quarter Horse events/use in country
  • List of attendees: AQHA/CQHA members to be submitted after event
  • AQHA signage/banners must be displayed
  • AQHA/CQHA member service support must be available at event
  • Must complete an event review form (provided by AQHA)

Category 3: Marketing

& Membership Outreach

    Examples:

  • Marketing and promotional materials for purchase
  • Outreach programs/booths at events/fairs designed to engage members and participants
  • Promotion of AQHA/CQHA services and activities through online, print, or other media sources

Requirements:

  • Current AQHA and CQHA marketing materials and signage clearly available and displayed
  • AQHA and CQHA applications other that AQHA website, brochures for AQHA/CQHA service and value to members
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2022 CQHA Strategic Planning Session

Canadian Quarter Horse Assoc is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: CQHA Strategic Planning Sessions
Time: Mar 25, 2022 10:00 AM Winnipeg

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