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AQHA Director’s Report INSIDE


AQHA Director’s Report....25 Youth World Cup ...............25 OQHA News.......................26 Region 4..............................27 OQHBF...............................28


AREA 3 News ....................28 EOQHA News....................29 Sally Bishop........................29 QROOI News .....................30 Fort Erie Racetrack.............31


By Kathy Patterson


THE QUARTER HORSE YOUTH WORLD CUP


The Quarter Horse Youth World Cup took place in Kreuth, Germany, July 21 to July 29, 2012.


Fifteen year old Haley Stradling of B.C. aboard, Ger- man owned, Wild At Dawn, was the winner of the YWC Cutting. Closer to home, Rianna Storey of Ontario, with Belgium owned, The Right Luke, won 1st in Hunt Seat Equitation; 2nd


in Western Horsemanship; 4th in Western Riding and 5th in Hunter Under Saddle.


The Italian Team won this year’s World Cup, with Canada placing a very respectable fourth. Congratulations to Team Canada for their excellent show- ing and special recognition to Team Coach Della Cryderman and Team Manager Karen Westerback for their dedication and guidance to the 2012 Cana- dian Team.


ONTARIO QUARTER HORSE BREEDERS FUTU-


RITY


Just a reminder that this August will be the 50th Anniversary of the Ontario Quarter Horse Breeders Futuri- ty. It will also feature the implementation of its new for- mat which has been planned to better meet the current needs of the industry.


With its long successful history of devotion to improving the quality of Ontario bred Quarter Horses the present orga- nizers are moving forward to keep this prestigious events rel- evance going for years to come.


The Futurity will be held, along with the Summer Finale Quarter Horse Show at Ilderton Fairgrounds in Ilderton, Ontario on August 24, 25 and 26, 2012. Come join in the festivi-


ties. FALL TRAIL RIDE


Always a great fun week- end, the Ontario Quarter Horse Association will hold its AQHA Trail Ride on Saturday, Septem- ber 8th and Sunday September 9th at Esker Springs Ranch, 348 Esker Rd., Omemee, Ontario, K0L 2W0.


The Canadian Quarter Horse Association is an affiliate of the AQHA. Annual membership is free to current members of AQHA. To enroll on-line, visit the CQHA web site: www.cqha.ca, and choose


“Membership” section. Choose “Affiliates” to link to provincial Quarter Horse & Racing Association sites. Contact: Marnie Somers, President (204) 834-2479 or email: marnie@horsescoops.com


Saturday will see a full program of activities centered on Trail Riding with reasonably priced meals available.


On Sunday, participants can go on self guided trail rides around this beautiful area of our province.


Check our the Trail Ride Schedule at www.oqha.on.ca/ Or contact Karen Cook at 705- 799-6921 or at Karen.cook@nexicom.net for the full program, costs and reg- istration information.


IN CLOSING 2012 AQHA Youth World Cup Report


Team Canada Highlights: • Canada was one of 15 countries who participated at the 2012 American Quarter Horse Youth World Cup held July 21 to 29, in Kreuth, Germany. • Team Canada won Four GOLD & Two BRONZE individual medals


• Team Canada members won Championship buckles in Cutting and Hunt Seat Equitation


• One Team Canada mem- ber won trophy spurs as the overall Reserve High Point Rider earning 58 points • The Right Luke, donated by Chloe Shaw-Jackson, drawn by Team Canada and ridden by several team members, was the Reserve High Point Horse of YWC 2012 earning 51 overall points.


• Team Canada finished in fourth place, with 98 total points. Team Italy was first with 144 points; Team Ger- many was second with 134 points; Team New Zealand was third with 110 points; and Team USA was fifth with 92 points


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AQHA Youth World Cup & Team Canada Back- ground:


A major initiative of the Canadian Quarter Horse Association (CQHA) is to co-ordinate and field a


team to represent Canada at biennial American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Youth World Cup competitions. These com- petitions are educational, leadership-based events for youth members from around the world, culmi- nating in showcasing skills learned in an atmosphere of friendly competition. Each participating country is eligible to select up to five competing riders, two alternate riders and three non-competing youth (leadership members). The host country provides a pool of horses of various ability levels, which are subsequently grouped into lots of five horses each. During the opening cere- monies, teams draw to determine their assigned group of five horses. Teams then designate rid- ers to compete in Western Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Western Riding, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunt Seat Equitation, Showman- ship, Trail; Reining; and Cutting classes. Points earned by placing in the top ten of each class are tabulated to determine the overall team placings. Two sets of medals are awarded to the top ten exhibitors in each class - one per judge, per show day.


Team selection crite- ria are determined by each


The CQHA Board of Directors congratulates the entire 2012 youth team, coach and manager and their support groups both on site and back at home for their cumulative efforts. You were great ambas- sadors for Canada and we are very proud of all of you!


For more photos and congratulatory Facebook postings, visit Team Cana- da’s FB (Public Group) page http://www.face- book.com/#!/groups/19470 7480629380/ And/or CQHA’s own FB page http://www.facebook.com/ #!/can.quarter.horse.assoc


Kathy Patterson


If I can be of any assis- tance, please contact me at: Phone: (5519) 345-2861, Fax: (519) 345-2742 or by e-mail at thrkathy@hsfx.ca.


Back row (l to r): Della Cryderman, Stefanie Lepp, Brittany Ruecker, Amanda Daly, Haley Stradling, Laura Anne Berensci, Quinn Brandt, Karen Westerback, Megan Daly, Carly Epp Front row: Rianna Storey, Joannie Backes Photo courtesy of Jessie Godin


participating country, as is the method of funding team fees and travel expenses. Team Canada members are chosen from applications submitted to the CQHA Youth World Cup Commit- tee based on selection crite- ria for each biennial event and is published on the CQHA’s website. Funding for Team Canada fees and travel expenses is cost- shared by AQHA/CQHA, provincial/regional Quarter Horse Associations, CQHA affiliate disciplines, corpo-


rate and/or individual spon- sors, and team members’ families.


The 2012 Team Cana- da five competing riders placed as follows:


Joannie Backes, Carlsbad Springs, ON


• Hunter Under Saddle – 5th in Show #1; 9th in Show #2


Quinn Brandt, Steinbach, MB


• Western Horsemanship – 4th in Show #1;


onship Trophy Buckle • Reserve Champion High Point Rider YWC 2012 earning 58 overall points (received set of trophy spurs)


• Hunt Seat Equitation – 7th in Show #2


Carly Epp, Caledon, ON • Western Pleasure – 10th in Show #1


• Showmanship – BRONZE MEDAL in Show #1


Haley Stradling, Alder- grove, British Columbia • Cutting: GOLD MEDAL in Show #1, and GOLD MEDAL in Show #2 = Cutting Championship Tro- phy Buckle


The 2012 Team Canada alternate riders were: Amanda Daly, Pritchard, BC ; and Stefanie Lepp, Rivers, MB


Rianna Storey, Cambridge, ON


• Western Riding – 4th in Show #2


The 2012 Team Cana- da leadership members were:


Laura Anne Berensci, Paris, ON; Megan Daly, Pritchard, BC; and Brittany Ruecker, Balcarres, SK


• Hunter Under Saddle – BRONZE MEDAL in Show #1; 5th in Show #2 • Hunt Seat Equitation – GOLD MEDAL in Show #1; and GOLD MEDAL in Show #2 = HSE Champi-


The 2012 Team Canada Coach and Team Manager were:


Coach Della Cryderman, Murillo, ON and Manager Karen Westerback,Thunder Bay, ON


Coach Della Cryderman, Murillo, ON and Manager Karen Westerback,Thunder Bay, ON


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