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Quarter Horse Congress 2019

Oct 1-27, 2019

Columbus, OH Expo Center

About The

Ohio Quarter Horse Association

The All American Quarter Horse Congress is the world’s largest single-breed horse show, with 25,000 entries in 2018. Held at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, the show attracts 650,000 people, and generates $409 million in the central Ohio economy. The All American Quarter Horse Congress is hosted by the Ohio Quarter Horse Association, a state affiliate of the American Quarter Horse Association.
The mission of the Ohio Quarter Horse Association is to protect and promote the Quarter Horse and the interests of owners, breeders, exhibitors and enthusiasts. OQHA is committed to setting the standard in the equine industry by engaging equine enthusiasts through world-class competition, recreational activities, education and engagement of the next generation of participants and industry leaders.
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2019 event

Dates

Horse Show

October 1 – 27, 2019

Trade Show

October 4 – 27, 2019

For more information visit
www.quarterhorsecongress.com

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