Ontario Quarter Horse Association

2015 OQHA NYATT Team…

OQHA is please to have these 8 young ladies represent them at the All American Quarter Horse Congress 2015. The 2015 NYATT team is made up of 5 events with each team allowed to have 2 individuals represent them in each of the following events, Showmanship, Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle, Barrel Racing and Reining. Each individual can only participate in a maximum of 2 events.

OQHA 2015 NYATT Team consists of the follow young ladies

  • Jasmyn Rivait and Hot Roddin Minute in Showmanship
  • Hannah Buijs and Lopin To The Bar in Showmanship and Horsemanship
  • Emily Levesque and Charlies Version in Hunter Under Saddle
  • Nicole McComb and Red Hot Cierra in Western Pleasure
  • Jasmyn Rivait and Shez Paidtobe Sleepy in Western Pleasure
  • Taylor Longhouse and Up Up N Away in Hunter Under Saddle
  • Sharese Rivait and Show Your Invitation in Horsemanship
  • Madison Wood and Obviously A Triple in Barrels
  • Brigitte Gagnon and Ima Hollywood Model in Barrels



Please be sure to thank these sponsors that have kindly sponsored the OQHA 2015 Congress NYATT Team.

  • Bob & Maryanne Willsey
  • Blair & Judi Woodley
  • Stanton Show Horse – Kathryn Stanton
  • Robin Frid Show Horses – Robin & Jenny
  • Ken O’Donnell
  • Patterson Show Horses – Glen & Tracey
  • JM Quarter Horses – Jodi Mallette
  • RNR Patient Transfer – Rob & Debra Rivait
  • Anita Newbigging
  • Dave Aitchison Show Horses
  • Mike & Deb Joslin
  • Dewar Performance Horses – Andrew Dewar
  • Sherry & Larry Newbigging
  • Bryan Ramsay

Good Luck this year in the NYATT events.

September 15th, 2015|News 2015, Youth|

Get a leg up with the OEF Youth Bursary Program

oefRichmond Hill, ON. – The Ontario Equestrian Federation (OEF) is now accepting applications for its OEF Youth Bursary program, which helps deserving youth reach their equestrian goals.

Each year the OEF proudly offers a minimum of five $1,000 bursaries to junior members. The program is open to all junior members of the OEF between the ages of 14 and 17 as of Jan. 1 of the bursary year. Riders, drivers and equestrians of all abilities and disciplines are eligible to apply. This program is intended to reach those who have experienced significant personal or financial hardships that make it difficult for them to reach their equestrian goals.

“The OEF Youth Bursary program is designed to help deserving youth expand upon their skills, knowledge and experience,” says Dianne Graham, the executive director of the Ontario Equestrian Federation. “Whether recipients use their bursary for riding lessons, clinics, educational courses related to horses, schooling shows or much-needed equipment, the OEF Youth Bursary program supports their development and helps make their dream possible.”

The OEF Youth Bursary program has been helping young equestrians since it began in 2000. To date, 136 OEF Youth Bursaries have been awarded. Last year, six OEF Youth Bursaries of $1,000 each were awarded. The number of 2016 bursaries that will be awarded will be determined at the end of the year.

For more information about the OEF Youth Bursary program, or to download the application form, visit www.horse.on.ca and go to the Programs/Educations section. Applications are due Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.

September 6th, 2015|News 2015|

OQHA 2015 Points

Current Points – September 21

Now includes ALL ONTARIO SHOWS for 2015! All year end awards will be calculated on the best 25 shows in each event.


Click to save/open the XLS file on your local drive. Use the tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet to change classes.

Points Questions?

If you have any questions or notice any typos, please email Sue Nye (or phone 519-758-0537) – our OQHA Points person for 2015.

August 30th, 2015|News 2015|

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