NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY
OQHA is looking for an Executive Secretary, please see job description at this link. Job Description
Interested candidates should forward resume and supporting documents by September 15 to the OQHA Candidate Selection Committee c/o Keith Ketner by email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association 5506 N Rockwall Ave, Bethany OK 73008; 405-440-0694 or fax to 405-440-440-0649.
OQHA has lost one of it’s valued members. Bud Breeding passed away July 20, 2014. Our deepest sympathy to Sharon and her family for their loss. The services for Bud will be July 28, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. at The Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City. The address is 14343 N. Macarthur, Oklahoma City, OK 73142.
In lieu of flowers please donate to the
Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association Scholarship
c/o the American Quarter Horse Foundation
PO Box 32111
Amarillo TX 79104
Post from AQHA Website
M.O. “Bud” Breeding Obituary
AQHA Honorary Vice President M.O. “Bud” Breeding died July 19.
The American Quarter Horse Journal
July 20, 2014
Just days after attending the dedication of this year’s American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductees in Amarillo, AQHA Honorary Vice President M.O. “Bud” Breeding, 92, of Oklahoma City, has died.
Bud made a large impact on the Quarter Horse industry. But his love affair with Quarter Horses did not begin until he was almost 40, when he became the owner of a registered mare, her yearling and her weanling.
“I came home from the office one day, and my first wife told me she had bought three horses. That’s how it all started,” Bud said at the time of his Hall of Fame induction in 2002. “She took the dog to the vet one day, and the vet had three horses that he thought she ought to have. He knew that she wanted them more than he did. So he sold them to her.”
This purchase led to an impressive breeding and show record that included Harlan, Nick’s Rusty Leo and Red Okie Bars. Overall, Bud raised and owned more than 100 AQHA point-earners and seven AQHA Champions. While Bud had his share of good horses, his largest contribution to AQHA was through proving support for shows and the industry.
He wrote the constitution and bylaws for the Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association and the Oklahoma Amateur Quarter Horse Association. He also drafted the format for the AQHA World Championship Show. He revised the AQHA Champion rule in 1968, served on the show and contest committee for 20 years and added his expertise to the AQHA Board of Directors for 34 years. Bud was named an AQHA honorary vice president in 1987.
He was inducted into the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame in 2002.
YOUTH See you at the AQHYA World Show in Okc August 1-9 at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds. See the youth page or contact the Youth Advisor for information.
Need to know what your Level is, go to aqha.com/findyourlevel
For more information on Leveling check out our premium book.
Get your tickets now for the Decked out Golf Cart ONLY 100 will be sold. Tickets are $100.00 each and the drawing will be during the Redbud.
Betting on a Cure. Click here for more information for fun racing day during the Redbud. Betting On A Cure
NEWS from AQHA ! World Show Invitation Method for Halter
Halter exhibitors can be invited to the 2014 AQHA world championship shows by attending a designated number of shows. Click on link below to get all the details.
Halter Qualification for World Show
Our March Spring Show was Great! We want to thank our sponsors, exhibitors and show staff for making the show a success. OQHA appreciates all you do. Mark your calendars for our Redbud Classic coming soon. See our event page for details. Buy your ticket for the “DECKED OUT GOLF CART” to be drawn during the Redbud Spectacular. Get your tickets now because there will only be 100 tickets sold. Golf cart valued at $6.000.00.
Redbud Classic forms available on the events page.
Also check out our events page for other shows that are OQHA approved. If you are having a show in Oklahoma and would like to be approved, you can contact our office and we will get you hooked up.